This is an attractive 1814 map of the state of Kentucky by Matthew Carey. It covers the entire state noting counties and region in outline color. The map also notes rivers, creeks, towns, roads, mountains and a host of additional geographical features. The map was engraved by Enoch G. Gridley and issued as plate no. 21 in the 1814 edition of Carey's General Atlas. The 1814 edition of the atlas was the first atlas made in the United States to use standard color on maps.