1775 Atlas Map of Virginia and Maryland by Thomas Jefferys

1775 Atlas Map of Virginia and Maryland by Thomas Jefferys

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1775 map of the most inhabited part of Virginia containing the whole province of Maryland : with part of Pensilvania, New Jersey, and North Carolina

Map Features

  • Locations and references in French.
  • Reference table shows posts & forts, sources of salt, homes, and Native American villages.
  • Waterways include the Cumberland River, Green River, Ohio River, Salt River, Licking River, Red River, and many creeks and other tributaries. Many trails, battlegrounds, and Indian tribal areas are marked.
  • Towns of Greenville, Lee’s Town, Lexington, Boonsburg, Danville, Clarkville, Louisville, and others are featured in this map.

Map Notes

  • Contributor: John Filson, Henry D Pursell and Ternon Rook.
  • Relief shown pictorially.
  • Prime meridian: Philadelphia.
  • Border Hand colored
  • Includes inscriptions.

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