"Africa" from the "Universal Atlas, Including County and Railroad Maps of the United States" published by Dodd, Mead & Company, New York, 1894 individual regions, countries and colonies all depicted using different colors, major geographical features also illustrated measures approx 10″ x 12″
"Turkey in Asia" by G.W. Colton from his “General Atlas” published by G.W. & C.B. Colton, New York 1874 despite being labeled Turkey, this map shows many of the countries of Asia Minor and the Middle East region, such as Mesopotamia (modern-day Iraq), Syria, and more as with most Colton maps, this features major towns, roads, railways and topographical features…
"Central and Southern Africa" outlines most of the colonial lands of the time was created soon after World War One, as Former German Colonies are listed, along with their new colonial owners published by C.S. Hammond and Co., in New York circa 1920 measures approx 8" x 11"
"Africa, Central Part" with inset of Madagascar from "The Century Atlas" prepared under the supervision of Benjamin E. Smith published by The Century Company of New York, 1897 measures approx 8 1/2" x 11 1/2"
"Map of Africa" with insets of Egypt and Liberia/Sierra Leone drawn by J.H. Young engraved by E. Yeager "Engraved to Illustrate Mitchell's New Intermediate Geography" published in 1876 measures approx 9 3/4" x 12"