Inventory of Historic Maps of Mississippi,
created 2007-2017,
by Paul Davis

Title:An accurate chart of the coast of West Florida, and the coast of Louisiana; from Sawaney River on the west coast of East Florida, to 94° 20' west longitude describing the entrance of the River Mississippi, Bay of Mobile, Pensacola Harbour, &c. / surveyed in the years 1764,5,6,7,8,9,70 & 71. by George Gauld, M.A. under the directions of the right honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty.
Author:Gauld, George, 1732-1782
Scale:1 inch to 6 miles
Situation Date:1764-1771
Publication Date:2-4-1803
Features:Bays, rivers, Gulf soundings and bottom type, swamps, islands, keys, lakes, marshes, oyster reefs, communities, structures, churches, forts, Indian settlements, names of residents, plantations.
Comments:Feature Note: 1820 version contains detailed cultural information along the Mississippi and Iberville Rivers in Louisiana, not contained on the original publication of 1803.
Publisher Note: Engraved by B. Baker(1st edition). Library of Congress version is a second,1820 edition ( see link provided). An 1823 version was published by the the British Hydrographic Office as "Admiralty Chart No. 524."
Size Note: Library of Congress version is 23.4 X 30.9 inches (59.5 X 78.5 Centimeters).
Link Note: Link provided is 1820 version.
Coverage:Panhandle of Florida, coastal areas of Mississippi (Harrison, Jackson, Hancock Counties) and Alabama and southeastern portion of Louisiana
Repository:Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division | Mississippi Department of Archives and History
Publisher:William Faden, Geographer to the King
Size (inches):24 x 64