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Northern Provinces United States Antique Map Thomson 1817

Author:
Title:
Northern Provinces
Year Printed:
1817
Place:
Edinburgh
Paper Size:
25 in. x 21 in.
Condition:
VERY GOOD
nameVariation1:
Northern Provinces United States Vintage Map Thomson 1817
nameVariation2:
Northern Provinces United States Old Map Thomson 1817
nameVariation3:
Northern Provinces United States Historic Map Thomson 1817
nameVariation4:
Northern Provinces United States Historical Map Thomson 1817
nameVariation5:
Northern Provinces United States Collectors Map Thomson 1817
nameVariation6:
Northern Provinces United States Rare Map Thomson 1817
SKU:
1800varclm-002
Price: $899.99
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Original antique map of the Northern Provinces of the United States. This map comes from Thomson's New general Atlas of 1817. This authentic vintage map of the Northern Provinces of the United States is very nicely engraved and detailed covering from Virginia to the District of Main, which reflects the British view of the border. The map contains several interesting remnants of post Revolutionary War features. The name Indiana appears in present-day West Virginia. This region was a major contention between the private Indiana Land Company and the State of Virginia in the latter part of the 18th century. The Connecticut Reserve (bounty land grant) appears in the Cuyahoga valley of present-day Ohio. The Township of the Six Nations is shown north of Lake Erie in a Great Track of Woodland. The map extends to provide good detail on the course of the St. Lawrence and Utawas Rivers. There is a large decorative engraved view of Niagara Falls at top center. Engraved by Hewitt. Total paper size is approximately 25" x 21" with one fold as issued.