Washington DC Map Chronology
Includes URL for Library of Congress images and descriptions available on line.
Mathew Carey's 1802 map was the first one to name the stretch of land west of the Capitol as "The Mall.". Compare to Territory of Columbia by Andrew Ellicott above.
Plan of the west end of the public appropriation in the city of Washington, called the Mall : as proposed to be arranged for the site of the university / to the Committee of the H. of R. of Congress, BHLatrobe, Surveyor of the City of Washington, Jan'y 1816.
A map of the city of Washington in the District of Columbia : established as the permanent seat of the government of the United States of America / taken from actual survey, as laid out on the ground, by R't King, surveyor of the City of Washington ; engraved by C. Schwarz, Wash'n.
Plan of the city of Washington : seat of government of the United States / drawn from the original plan adopted and signed by J. Adams, president of the U.S., by W. Elliot.
Map of the city of Washington / drawn by F.C. De Krafft, city engineer.
CREATED/PUBLISHED: Wm. M. Morrison, 1846.
Johnson's Georgetown and the city of Washington : the capital of the United States of America / by Johnson and Ward.
Exhibit chart showing streets & avenues of the cities of Washington and Georgetown, improved under the Board of Public Works, D.C. : Nov. 1st 1873 : sewers.
CREATED/PUBLISHED[Washington? : s.n., 1873] (Washington : J.F. Gedney)
Map of Washington, D.C., and environs : with marginal numbers and measuring tape attachment for instantly locating points of interest within a radius of twenty miles from the Capitol / by Axel Silversparre, C.E.
CREATED/PUBLISHED Washington : R.E. Whitman, c1887.