Tourist's Pocket Map of Michigan, 1839 Puzzle
This 1839 "Tourist's Pocket Map of Michigan" once exhibited more than internal improvements, roads and distances. First published by S. Augustus Mitchell in 1834, the map went through a variety of changes from its original publication date to 1846. It was called a "Tourist's Pocket Map" as a result of its literal function. It could be folded into a small 12x7.5-inch booklet that could fit into any tourist's pocket; the original is 18x22 inches.
Features a historical image from the collections at the Archives of Michigan. This 500-piece jigsaw puzzle is printed, pressed, and assembled in Lansing, Michigan. Approximate dimensions are 17" x 24"
*Disclaimer: This puzzle is hand-pressed by a Michiganology team member. Therefore, each puzzle comes out differently and will not fully match the image on the puzzle's box.*