1825 Maps of South Carolina Districts, Mills Atlas - English

Mills Atlas - 1825

Robert Mills, who was born in Charleston in 1781, published this set of maps in an atlas of the state in 1825. Mills served as state architect for South Carolina, designing the Lunatic Asylum and many local court houses, and later won the contest to design the Washington Monument in Washington, DC. This atlas, made for the South Carolina State Legislature, contains 28 district maps and a state map, made from an earlier state sponsored survey of all the districts from 1817 to 1821, signed by twenty-two (22) different surveyors, and updated in 1825. It was the first official atlas of the state of South Carolina.

The following is a 1938 reproduction provided by Mrs. Lucy Hampton Bostick and Mr. Fant H. Thornley of Columbia, SC.


Title Page

Limited Edition

Preface

Introduction

1825 State Map

Abbeville District

Barnwell District

Beaufort District

Charleston District

Chester District

Chesterfield District

Colleton District

Darlington District

Edgefield District

Fairfield District

Georgetown District

Greenville District

Horry District

Kershaw District

Lancaster District

Laurens District

Lexington District

Marion District

Marlboro District

Newberry District

Orangeburg District

Pendleton District

Richland District

Spartanburg District

Sumter District

Union District

Williamsburg District

York District



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