Johnston, Alexander Keith (18041871)

Johnston, Alexander Keith, cartographer, born at Kirkhill, Midlothian; was an engraver by trade, and devoted himself with singular success to the preparation of atlases; the “National Atlas” was published in 1843, and the “Royal Atlas of Geography” (1861) was the finest till then produced; he also executed atlases physical, geological, and astronomical, and constructed the first physical globe; honours were showered upon him by home and foreign geographical societies; he died at Ben Rhydding (18041871).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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