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This is a stunning 1825 comparative chart of the world's mountains. Divided into the Western Hemisphere mountains ( on the left ) and the mountains of the Eastern Hemisphere ( on the right ). Also includes the relative elevations of important cities, monuments, etc. Unlike most comparative charts issued in the mid 19th century, this chart includes a reference table as part of the map itself. Lists Dalhgari, in Nepal, as the world's tallest mountain, but also features smaller mountains that today serve as sky resorts such as Mt. Mansfield and Killington in Vermont, Mt. Monandnock and Mt. Washington in New Hampshire and Saddleback in Massachusetts. This was originally published in the 1825 French Edition of Carey & Lea's 1822 A Complete Historical...American Atlas, entitled Atlas Géographique. Statistique, Historique et Chronologique des Deux-Amériques et des Ãles adjacentes. It was edited and published by Jean Alexandre Buchon.
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