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[Susquehanna River to Schuylkill River, Chesapeake Bay to Delaware Bay.

Image ID: 484199

[Susquehanna River to Schuylkill River, Chesapeake Bay to Delaware Bay. ([1771])


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Image Details

Image Title

:  [Susquehanna River to Schuylkill River, Chesapeake Bay to Delaware Bay.

Creator

: Smither, James -- Engraver

Published Date

: [1771]

Item Physical Description

: 1 map ; on sheet 36 x 48 cm.

Notes

: Covers southeastern Pa., northeastern Md., and northern Del. Note 2.) Title supplied by cataloger. Note 3.) Includes "Fig. 2," a technical ill. Note 4.) From Transactions of the American Philosophical Society. Volume I. From January 1st, 1769, to January 1st, 1771. Note 5.) Map to accompany "An abstract of sundry papers and proposals for improving the inland navigation of Pennsylvania and Maryland, by opening a communication between the tide-waters of Delaware and Susquehannah, or Chesapeake Bay ... "

Standard Reference

: Later issue in Papenfuse & Coale. Atlas of historical maps of Maryland, p. 65, figure 68

Source

: Lawrence H. Slaughter Collection of English maps, charts, globes, books and atlases / Charts and maps

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / The Lionel Pincus and Princess Firyal Map Division

Catalog Call Number

: Map Div. 97-6016 [LHS 240]

Digital ID

: 484199

Record ID

: 302089

Digital Item Published

: 2-28-2005; updated 3-25-2011

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