Hand-tinted map of South Carolina coast and inland area, published in 1696 by Nicholas Sanson, a French cartographer. Titled in French, it reads as,   

A particular map of Carolina, drawing on the New memories of Mr. S of Amsterdam from the House of Pierre Mortier Bookseller. With privilege our Lords of the States.

The map, based on the c. 1695 Thornton-Morden map, was first published in Sanson’s Atlas Nouveau Contenant Toutes Les Parties du Monde. It depicts the area from the South Edisto River to the Santee River. Relief shown pictorially, depth shown by soundings and bathymetric shading. Landowners, rivers, creeks, Native American settlements, mountains, and trees are represented.