Virginiae Item et Floridae
This map by Jodocus Hondius first appeared in the 1606 Mercator’s atlas, published by Hondius. As noted by William P. Cumming (The Southeast in Early Maps), Hondius relied primarily on de Bry’s engravings of White’s and LeMoyne’s maps of Virginia and Florida, respectively. As a result, the coastlines of South Carolina and Georgia are greatly reduced.
The Dutch archives holds this map and you can see it at this link (thanks to our friend Yvette at the archives):
Notice the 3 separate Indian towns on Hatteras Island one on Ocracoke. Of course, the one we all know about on Roanoke Island near the colonist’s fort is shown as well as the companion village across the sound at Dasamoriquepeuc.
But aside from all the cartographic history, I love the turkey!