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NOVA

CA E SA RE A
A Cartographic Record of
The Garden State, 1666–1888

The volume of approximately 250 pages will measure 11


by 14 inches and include 100 maps in full color. Two
editions are available:
* Lithograph-wrapped hard cover, with one large fold-
out state map. Pre-publication price: $75 (after publi-
cation, $100). Members of the Friends of the Princeton
University Library will receive one free copy. How to
join: http://library.princeton.edu/about/friends.
* Special edition of 350 commemorative copies: Cloth-
covered hard cover, with one large foldout state map.
Numbered and signed by the author and designer. With
a duplicate set of enlarged county wall maps in a com-
panion folder. Volume and folder housed in a custom-
designed slipcase. Pre-publication price: $200 while
supplies last (after publication, if copies remain, $250).

Author: Designer:
John Delaney, curator of Mark Argetsinger, an
Historic Maps, Princeton award-winning typogra-
University Library. His pher and book designer.
previous works on the He has designed publica-
history of cartography tions for such institutions
include To the Mountains of as the John Carter Brown
the Moon: Mapping African Library, Princeton
Exploration, 1541–1880 University Library, The
(2007); Strait Through: Grolier Club, and the
Magellan to Cook & the Index of Christian Art.
Pacific (2010); First X, Then He is a past winner of
Image: William Faden (1749–1836). “The Province of New Jersey, Y, Now Z: An Introduction the Carl Hertzog Award
Divided into East and West, Commonly Called the Jerseys” ([Lon- to Landmark Thematic Maps for Excellence in Book
don], December 1st, 1777) [Historic Maps Collection]. The map that (2012). Design.
settled the boundary between New Jersey and New York.

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A Pre-Publication Offer
T O COM M E MORAT E the 350th anniversary (1664–
2014) of the naming of New Jersey, Princeton University
Library will publish Nova Caesarea: A Cartographic Record of the
Garden State, 1666–1888 in the summer of 2014. This compre-
hensive and extensively illustrated volume will introduce read-
ers to the maps that charted the state’s development—from
unexplored colonial territory to the first scientifically surveyed
state in the Union. An introductory section on coastal charts,
manuscript road maps, and early state maps will provide a his-
torical background to the major focus of the book: the state’s
first wall maps and county atlases. The large scale of these
maps allowed their creators to include the names and locations
of nineteenth-century merchants and farmers, hence personal-
izing local history. The maps will be supplemented with litho-
graphs from the atlases and photographs of the locations today.
Left: Tri-State Rock (Port Jervis, New York), 2013 [courtesy of John Delaney].
Photograph of the monument that marks the northwestern border of New
Jersey with New York and Pennsylvania.

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“Chalfonte House.” Lithograph


from T. F. Rose, Historical &
Biographical Atlas of the New Jersey
Coast (Philadelphia: Woolman &
Rose, 1878) [Historic Maps
Collection] A popular Cape May
resort still in business today.