Maps: 1851 - 1875
1860 Francis Paul Becker: "POLAND," in two
differently-colored versions.
Friedrich von Stülpnagel (engraver/cartographer/editor) - Justus Perthes
(publisher)
: "OSTSEE- LAENDER UND Inneres RUSSLAND bis MOSKAU,"
from "Stielers Handatlas," formally titled "Hand-Atlas uber alle Theile der
Erde und uber das Weltgebaude"
(Handy atlas of all parts of the world and  
of the universe)
, the leading German world atlas of the last three decades   
of the 19th and the first half of the 20th century. It went through ten
editions from 1816 to 1944. As with many 19th century publications, an
edition was issued in parts; for example, the eighth edition was issued in  
32 monthly parts. The first edition, by Stieler and Christian Gottlieb
Reichard, was published beginning in 1817, and completed in 1823 (50
maps). After Stieler's death, Stülpnagel edited the second (1845–47) and
third (1852–54) editions (both 83 maps); a fourth edition appeared 1862-
64, a fifth 1866-68 (each 84 maps). See the Fifth edition map below.
1861 Eugene Andri-
veau-Goujon: "Bal-
tics," from "Atlas
Usuel..."
From www.
miklianmaps.com
1861 (Alexander) Keith
Johnston: "SOUTH-WEST
RUSSIA Showing the
extent of the KINGDOM
OF POLAND previous to
the partition in 1772...,"
London.
From
www.davidrumsey.com
M.J.J.N. Huot and Malte-Brun: "CARTE HISTORIQUE
DE LA POLOGNE PRESENTANT Les divers
demembrenens en 1772, 1794, 1795, 1807,
et 1815," Paris, 29.5 x 22 cm, from "Atlas de la
Geographie Universelle...nouvelle edition," published
by Garnier-Freres.
Both from www.miklianmaps.com
1863 John Dower
(Artisit- Engraver)
-
The Illustrated
London News
(Publisher):
"Boundary of the
Kingdom of
Poland..."
 (AK)
1866 Thunot Duvotenay:
"CARTE DE LA RUSSIE D'
EUROPE."
1874 Bilder Atlas: "NORDOSTLICHES
DEUTSCHLAND UND RUSSISCH- POLEN,"
Leipzig, 12 x 17 inches / 31 x 44cm, from
the German Bilder Atlas, by Brockhaus,
considered the most extensive lexicon of
natural and scientific images of the 19th
century. Also a
DETAIL image. From Lake Erie
Maps and Prints.
Reymann's topographischer Special-Karte, 1:200 000, consists of three series of detailed maps (von Deutschland, von Central Europe, von Mitteleuropa)
published 1806 - 1908. It is named after the first cartographer, Daniel Gottlob Reymann (1759 - 1837) , who was superintendent of the Map of the Prussian Arm Depot.
The sheets were originally issued by Reymann, then taken over by Heinrich Berghaus in 1836. Beginning 1846, the maps were published by Carl Flemming. In 1874
the series was sold to the General Staff of the Prussian Army. The last update of the series -- from 405 sheets in 1874 to a high of 526 sheets -- was 1908. Each sheet
covers approximately 68 x 46 km, and each sheet is 34 x 23 cm. The edges contain names of adjacent sheets, a scale, and sometimes the cartographer, engraver,
publisher and year. What you see below is the 1875 map overview, a detail overview of maps of Lithuania, and finally the 12 relevant the images.
1875 "Ubersichtsblatt zu G.D. REYMANN'S
topographischer Special-Karte von
CENTRAL EUROPA."
(Map overview.) Also
a
DETAIL of the overview, and individual
maps in the same position to the right as
on the key.
From www.mapywig.org.
C Sloboda (Kelme)
B  Memel (Klaipeda)
E Tilse (Nida - Vente)
F Georgenburg (Jurbarkas)
F1 Rosienie (Raseiniai)
F2 Janow (Jonava)
I1 Kowno (Kaunas)
I2 Preny Troki
L1 Kalvaria
L2 Merecz (Merkine)
N1 Suvalka
N2 Grodno
1871"PROVINZ
PREUSSEN UND
POLEN," from Th.
von Liechtenstern
and Henry Lange's
"Schul Atlas, No. 10"
1863 "LIV-, EHST-,
KURLAND," Riga, J.
Bacmeister, publ.
 
Fromdspace.utlib.ee
1866 C. Schulz: "LIV-,
EST-, & KURLAND."
Dorpat.
 From
www.dspace/handle/
10062/858642
1854 C.G. Rücker:
"General-Karte LIV-
EHST und KURLAND,"
in an oversized map
on linen, published by
Verlag von Franz
Kluge.
From
www.mapywig.org
4th Edition: 1862 [dated 1861]
AK-34
3rd Edition: 1853
www.geographicus.com
1860 J Andriveau-Goujon:
"POLOGNE, ANCIENNE &
MODERNE," Paris, 25 x 18
inches, showing, via
hand-coloring, the
partitions.
From
www.raremaps.com
1860 Joseph Grässl: "DIE Russichen OST-SEE
- PROVINZEN LIVLAND EHSTLAND und
KUR- LAND," Hildburghausen, from Meyer's
Grosser Hand-Atlas."
1870 Fedor Fedorovich Shubert (Russian military cartographer, also known as  Theodor
Friedrich Schubert )
: [Left]: "IV." [Stockholm] (Left): "IV." [Stockholm]; (Right): "VII."
[Königsberg], two of 16 maps in "Kriegsstrassen Karte eines Teils von Russland und der
angrenzenden laender," Vienna. See the first version, 1837, and the second: 1854.
From
www.davidrumsey.com
1868 "Карта Европейской России и Сибири"
(Map of European Russia and Siberia), St
Petersburg, by the Imperial Army.
From the
National Library of Russia: www.nlr.ru/eng
1865 Christ. Gottfr.
Dan. Stein: "POLEN,"
Leipzig, 51 x 40 cm.,
at
1:1 200 000. From
his "Neuer Atlas der
ganzen Erde."
From
www.davidrumsey.com
1859 [dated] Krišjānis
Barons: "Lantkahrte no
Latweeschu semmes..,"

(Landmap of Latvians)
,
Dorpat, from the first book
of Baltic geography in
Latvian:
Mūsu tēvzemes
aprakstīšana…”
(The
description of our fatherlan)
.
The first cartographic
work in Latvian by a
Latvian.
From the National
Library of Latvia via the
EuropeanLibrary.org  
1856 Friedrich von Stülpnagel: Supplemental maps to "Stieler's Hand- Atlas,"
drawn at a larger scale, were published 1855-1880. They were available
included in the atlas binding, as separate maps, or in their own special
binding. The group "Border Regions of Russia in Europe" consisted of 10 maps
of West and South Russia, at scales ranging from 1:1 250 000 to 1:2 500 000.
Most of the maps in this group, like the three above, were drawn by von
Stülpnagel. These are all dated 1856, and are all scaled at
1:1 250 000. From
www.easteurotopo.org
"Die Gouvernments
Livland, Kurland
und Kowno"
"Esthland und
Ingermanland"
"Das Königreich
Polen"
1855 Carl Flemming:
"Preussen, Posen,
Russisch-Polen," Glogau,
34.5 x 32 cm.  Litho-
graph, hand-colored in
wash and outline when
published.
From www.
bergbook.com
1856 C.F. Weiland:
"Karte von den Konigl:
Preussischen Provin-
zen Preussen und
Posen, nebst dem
Kaiserlich Russi-
schen Konigreiche
Polen," Weimar, 59 x
40 cm, from "Allge-
meiner Hand-Atlas
der Erde..."
From
www.davidrumsey.com
1867 Joseph Meyer:
"Die Russischen
Ost-See-Provinzen
Livland Ehstland
und Kurland," 46 x
34 cm.
From
bergbook.com
1859 Wojciech Chrzanowski: "Karta dawnej [former] Polski," Paris, at 1:300 000,
published as 36 loose sheets with a title page.
Sourced from the Department of Cartography,
Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems University. Nicolaus Copernicus University in
Toruń, via mapywig.org
"Karte Zbiorowa"
(Map Key)
S.1. LIPAWA
(Liepaja)
S.5.  POLONGA
(Palanga)
S.11. WILNO
(Vilnius)
S.2. RYGA (Rige)
S.3 LUCIN
(Ludza)
S.12. MINSK
S.6. PONIE-
WIEŽ
(Panevėžys)
S.7. DINABURG
(Daugavpils)
S.5.  POLONGA
(Palanga)
1870 "Karte des ehemaligen König-
reiches Polen in seiner gegen- wärtigen
Eintheilung...mit des Eisen- bahnen
etc. "
(Map of the former King- dom of
Poland in its current state...with
railways)
, Vienna.From www.RCIN.org
1862 "Карта европейской России и Кавказского края"
(
Map of European Russia and Caucasus) 1:1 680 000:
IV. Санкт Петербург - Гельсингфорс - Ревель - Рига -
Вильно - Стокгольм
(St. Petersburg, Helsingfors
[Helsinki], Revel [Talinn], Riga, Vilno, Stockholm)
. VII.
Варшава - Киев
(Warsaw, Kiev), all in Cyrillic. From the U.
S. Library of Congress via easteurotopo.org and mapywig.org
IV
1871 "почтовая карта
европейской rossii"
(Postal Map of European
Russia).
Shows, in
Cyrillic, post offices,
branches and stations,
telegraphic and railway
stations.
From karty.by
1863 Detail: "Map of
Europe... Shewing the
System of Telegraphs
with which they are
connected," London.
From www.raremaps.com
1871 "Карта Mинской
губернiи,"
(Map, Minsk
guberniya)
, dated 1864
on the map.
From radzima.net
1870 "Карта
Гродненской
губернIи
(Map of
Grodno guberniya)
.
From the US Library of
Congress, via
easteurotopo.org
1855 Vincentas
Juzumas: "Mappa
dyecezyi Żmudzkiej czyli
Telszewskiej, granicami
Kowieńskiej i
Kurliandzkiej gubernii
objętej"
(Map of the
diocese of Samogitia or
Telze (Telšiai), to the
borders of Kaunas and
Kurland gubernii),
St.
Petersburg.
From The
Wroblewski Library of the
Lithuanian Academy of
Sciences: elibrary.mab.lt/
1858 [dated] "Карта
Виленской губернiи"

(Map of Vilna guberniya)
.
From The Wroblewski Library
of the Lithuanian Academy of
Sciences: elibrary.mab.lt/
c. 1860 "Карта
Виленской губернiи"

(Map of Vilna
guberniya)
. From the US
Library of Congress, via
www.mapywig.com
1867 Adolph Peterman:
"No. 37c. Ost-Europa No.
3. Süd-Schweden, die
Russichen Ostsee- Provin-
zen, Polen & West Russ-
land," from the Fifth
edition of "Steiler's Hand-
Atlas."
From
www.davidrumsey.com
www.davidrumsey.com
artlusatica on eBay
VII
1862
1867
1854 [dated] Joseph
Meyer
(publisher): "Russ-
land: Gouv. St. Peters-
burg, Esthland, Liefland,
Kurland," Hildburg-
hausen, 19 x 25 cm,
from "Meyer's Zeitung
Atlas No. 50."
From
www.davidrumsey.com
1852 Karl Albert Rathlef
(Estonian Geographer) -  
Julius Malm
(mapmaker):
"Hydrographische Karte Liv-,
Esth.- u. Kurland," Reval,
published by Verlag von
Franz Kluge.  The river
systems of today's Estonia and
Latvia.
From the National Library
of Estonia: www.digar.ee
1854 Fedor Fedorovich
Shubert
(Russian military
cartographer, also known
as  Theodor Friedrich
Schubert )
: "VII." [Konigs-
berg] one of 16 sheets from  
"Kriegsstrassen Karte eines
Theiles von Russland,"
Vienna, each 41 x 66 cm,
mounted on linen. See the
1837 original and the
1870 update.
From
www.davidrumsey.com
1859 [dated] Heinrich
Kiepert: "POLEN, WEST-
RUSSLAND bis zum Dniepr,
die OSTSEEPROVINZEN..,"
Weimar, published by the
Verlag des Geograph.
Instituts, 114 x 72 cm /
45 x 28.5 inches, dissected,
mounted on linen. An inset
map depicts boundaries
from 1660 - 1795. The
third of three editions: first
in 1849, second in 1853.
From https://www.pahor.de/
1860 [dated] Józef
Herkner
(geographer):
"Mapa Królestwa
Polskiego," Warsaw.
Insets show popu-
lation by guberniya
and powiat, or county,
the equivalent of the
Russian "uyezd." Also
shows roads by type
and railways.
From
Mazowiecka Biblioteka
Cyfrowa via www.
mapywig.org
1857 Philippe Vandermaelen's (cartographer/publisher)
Etablissement geographique de Bruxelles published "Carte
de l'Allemagne"
(Atlas of Germany) in Brussels. The atlas
has 20 lithographed maps with hand-colored outlines.
Map No. 3 depicts the Memel and the Baltic coast as far
north as "Windau ou Vindaou," today's Ventspils, Latvia.
No. 8 depicts "Waywodie d' Augustowo" and lands east
including "Vilna ou Wilno" and Minsk. The maps show
roads, railroads and administrative divisions, the foot-
print of principal cities, villages, parishes, postal roads,
railways, landmarks, canals, fortifications, forests, lakes,
rivers and mountains. Ocean depths are shown by
bathymetric contours and soundings.
From
www.davidrumsey.com
Allemagne No 3
Allemagne N 8
1863 [dated]
Auguste-
Henri Dufour
(cartographer/
publisher)
:
"“Carte de
l'ancienne
Pologne avec
les délimitations
actuelles,"
("Map
of old Poland with
current boundaries)
,
Paris, in a dissceted
map in nine images.
From Archiwum
Państwowe
w Poznaniu via  
www.mapywig.org