New York: White, Gallaher & White 1828. First Edition. , [iii]-xvi, [i]-vii, [1-blank], -426, [i]-xl pages. 8vo. 5 1/4 x 9 inches. Page 148 misnumbered 841. Recent 1/4 leather over papered boards preserving spine label and endpapers. Previous owner name on front flyleaf (M.T Bandwell?). Several small pieces of front flyleaf adhered to title page in distant past affecting readability of title page in minor ways. Pages edges tinted yellow. Foxed throughout, a sound copy. While the title page notes a series of maps, here as in many copies the frontispiece and eleven maps were not bound in but likely issued in a separate atlas. Very Good. Boards. 
"Emma Hart Willard (February 23, 1787 – April 15, 1870) was an American women's rights activist who dedicated her life to education. She worked in several schools and founded the first school for women's higher education, the Troy Female Seminary in Troy, New York. With the success of her school, Willard was able to travel across the country and abroad, to promote education for women....The Troy Female Seminary was renamed the Emma Willard School in 1895, in her honor and today is still promoting her strong belief in women's education. A statue honoring her services to the cause of higher education was erected in Troy in 1895. An Emma Willard Memorial was erected in Middlebury, Vermont in 1941. In 1905, Willard was inducted into the Hall of Fame for Great Americans in the Bronx, New York. In 2013, Willard was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame." (wikipedia)
A review of OCLC and past sales records notes several dozen examples of a separately printed atlas for this work. The first edition appears to be scarce in the market, but later editions are relatively common.