Antique rare maps of Connecticut


1684 - Pas-Kaart vande Zee Kusten van Niew Nederland anders Genaamt Niew York tusschen Renselaars Hoek en de Staaten Hoek . . .

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Early Appearances of Manhattan Island, Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, Block Island. Important early Sea Chart of the region around New York City, Long Island and the Connecticut and southern Massachusetts coastlines, first published by Johannes Van...


1771 - A Map of the most Inhabited part of New England, containing the Provinces of Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire, with the Colonies of Conecticut and Rhode Island, Divided into Counties and Townships . . . 1771

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Nice example Carrington Bowles' scarce map of New England, based upon Braddock Mead's 4-sheet map of 1755. The map is one of the earliest maps to include the names of the townships within New England, a number of which are not yet named. Other...


1774 - A Map Of The Most Inhabited Part Of New England Containing The Provinces Of Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire. With the Colonies of Conecticut and Rhode Island . . . 1774

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The Most Important Map of New England At The Time of the American Revolution Nice example of Bradock Mead's remarkable large format map of New England & Long Island, the most important general map of the region at the commencement of the...


1780 - Connecticut, and Parts adjacent . . .

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Bernard Romans' Map of Connectiuct -- A Revolutionary War Era Rarity Important early map of Connecticut and Long Island, originally published in New Haven by Bernard Romans and later in Amsterdam. This map was one of four Romans maps parts of the...


1780 - A New and Accurate Map of the Colony of Massachusets Bay, In North America from a Late Survey

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An early map of Massachusetts Bay Colony, which appeared in the Universal Magazine. Shows boundary line with New Hampshire Colony, Rhode Island Province, part of Connecticut Colony, boundary of Rhode Isle, early counties, etc. Nantucket, Martha's...


1814 - Connecticut From the best Authorities

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Inscribed to a Top Student! Nice example of the Mathew Carey's map of Connecticut, engraved by Amos Doolittle, which first appeared the 1795 edition of Carey's American Atlas. Carey's American Atlas was the first atlas published in the United States,...


1876 - Map of the South Mountain and Boston Railroad & Connection Showing Territory Passed Through Rail-Roads and Canals Crossed or Connected…

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Decorative map of the Route of the South Mountain & Boston Railroad, from Harrisburg/Rockville to Boston, with a large decorative title vignette and a vignette showing a the Bridge where the railroad crosses the Hudson River. A relatively rare map...


1730 - A Large Draught of New England New York and Long Island -- Sold By George Grierson at the two Bibles in Esses Street Dublin

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A "Pirated Dublin" Sea Chart of New England and Long Island A rare chart of the New England coast adapted from the work of Cyprian Southack and published in a Dublin edition of the English Pilot. The Fourth Book. The chart depicts the northeast...


1756 - A Map of the Eastern part of the Province of New York, with part of New Jersey - &c. -- Drawn from the best Authorities . . .

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French & Indian War Map of New York and New Jersey Detailed map of the Theater of the French and Indian War in 1755. The region depicted includes the Hudson River valley, north to Lake Champlain, including Forts Ticonderoga and Frederick. Also...


1804 - Connecticut

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Early map of the state of Connecticut, from Arrowsmith & Lewis's Atlas.


1822 - Geographical, Historical and Statistical Map of Connecticut

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Nice example of this early map of the State of Connecticut, from the first edition of Carey & Lea's Geographical, Historical and Statistical Atlas of America. The map includes wonderful contemporary details concerning the topography, indigenous...


1824 - Connecticut

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Nice example of Finley's map of Connecticut, colored by county, showing towns, roads, railroads, lakes, rivers, mountains, etc. One of the best maps of the state during the period. Anthony Finley was the dominant map maker in the United States from...


1825 - Carte Geographique, Statistique et Historique Du Connecticut

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The First Map of Connecticut Published in France Excellent wide margined example Buchon's finely executed map of Connecticut. The map includes wonderful contemporary details concerning the topography, indigenous lands, rivers, climate, towns,...


1835 - Connecticut and Rhode Island

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Original color example map of Connecticut and Rhode Island, from an early edition of Bradford's Comprehensive Atlas. The map is colored by counties and shows towns, rivers, lakes, bays, harbors, islands and other important places. Block Island and...


1846 - Connecticut

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Detailed map of Connecticut from Mitchell's New Universal Atlas, showing early railroads, townships, canals, etc. Hand colored by county. Insets of Hartford and New Haven. Statistical Table shows county populations. Mitchell's pre-1850 maps are...


1848 - Harbors of Black Rock and Bridgeport Founded upon a Trigonometric Survey under the direction of F.R. Hassler . . . 1848

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Fine example of this rare edition of the US Coast Survey map of Harbors of Black Rock and Bridgeport, Connecticut, published separately on thick paper as a presentation copy. The chart provides fine detail topographical and geographical details of the...