"Nova Virginiae Tabula" - Map of the Virginia Colonies and the Chesapeake. Oriented to the west, this reproduction map of the Virginia colony spans from Cape Henry to the Susquehanna River and as far inland as the Appalachian Mountains (many of the mountain ranges shown do not exist). Roughly based on John Smith’s earlier map, this is considered to be on of the most influential and important maps of America ever produced. At the time that this map was created, the inland portion of Virginia was largely unexplored. Jamestown (Lamestowne) is shown on the James River (Powhatan flu). The inset in the upper left refers to the capture of John Smith by Chief Powhatan, whose daughter Pocahontas takes a liking to him.
This Classic Reproduction Vintage Map honors the beauty of this unique art form and evokes the vivid images of a simpler time. Each print is a custom reproduction printed on Heavyweight Enhanced Matte Art Paper. These Historic Art Prints are suitable for framing, mounting or direct display on any wall!