A good place to begin with any study of Mid-Atlantic maps would be the Nova Virginiae Tabula. Hondius published this document in 1630. John Smith's 1612 maps provided a great basis for this work. Scores of forgotten place names, villages, towns, and American Indian are scattered across the region and, perhaps, provide us with some reflection about how much European settlement altered this country.
Although hundreds had settled down in Virginia by the time this document was published (including my own family line in 1619, the Woodsons), it proved to be one of the most important maps for this seemingly new world, stoking great interest in American colonization.