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Antique rare maps of New England





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1768 - A Plan of a Tract of Land called Monadnock Number six, 1768, Measured according to an agreement with Thomas Packer, Esq. as Follows...

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Original manuscript survey of a part of Nelson Township, New Hampshire, executed under an agreement with Thomas Packer, one of the orginal New Hampshire proprietors and son-in-law of Lt.Governor John Wentworth. The township name was changed to...


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1770 - [Vermont / New Hampshire Grants]

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Manuscript Map Showing the New Hampshire Grants Which Would Become The State of Vermont Finely executed manuscript map delineating the New Hampshire Grants, the first meaningful delineation of the future state of Vermont. The map extends north to...


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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...


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1773 - Carte De La Nouvelle Angleterre, Nouvelle Yorck et Pensilvanie . . .

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An excellent early map of the region bounded by New England, Lake Ontario and the northern Chesapeake River, centered on New York and Connecticut from a Dutch edition of Bellin's Histoire Generale des Voyages. Shows towns, roads, mountains, rivers,...


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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...


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1775 - The Seat of War, In New England by an American Volunteer, with the Marches of the Several Corps sent by the Colonies towards Boston, with the Attack on Bunkers Hill

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Important early broadside map and plan of the Battle of Bunker Hill and the area around Boston, published by Sayer & Bennett, in London in 1775. Sayer & Bennett's map of the Seat of War is one of the two earliest pictorial accounts of the...


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1775 - The Provinces of New York, and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and the Governments of Trois Rivieres, and Montreal; Drawn by Capt. Holland. Engraved by Thomas Jefferys, Geographer to His Majest.

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Rare First Edition, Second State, of Samuel Holland's Map of New York, Vermont, New Jersey, etc. Important colonial map of the Hudson River and its tributaries, including the Mohawk, and also with New Jersey and the upper course of the St. Lawrence...


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1775 - A Map of 100 Miles around Boston (The Battles of Lexington & Concord)

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One of the earliest obtainable battle related maps of the American Revolution, which was prepared to illustrate the Gentleman's Magazine accounts of the Battle of Lexington and Concord which appeared in the June 1775 edition. The map illustrates the...


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1775 - A New Map of Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island with the adjacent parts of New England and Canada, Compiled from a great number of actual Surveys; and other materials Regulated by many new Astronomical Observations of the Longitude as well as Latitude; .

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Highly detailed map of Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island and contiguous regions, published in London by Thomas Jefferys in his landmark work, The American Atlas. Jefferys American Atlas, first published in 1775, would become the definitive reference...


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1776 - A General Map of the Northern British Colonies in America. Which comprehends the province of Quebec, the government of Newfoundland, Nova-Scotia, New-England and New-York. . . 1776

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A scarce "Holster Atlas" edition of Sayer and Bennett's highly important map of New England and eastern Canada at the start of the American Revolution. This edition of the map was prepared specifically for the American Military Pocket Atlas, an atlas...


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1776 - 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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T.C. Lotter Edition of The Most Important Map of New England At The Time of the American Revolution. Fine old color example of the T.C. Lotter edition of Bradock Mead's 4-sheet map of New England & Long Island, the most important general map of...


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1776 - A Plan of the Town of Newport in the Province of Rhode Island . . April 24, 1776

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The First Printed Plan of Newport Rhode Island The earliest printed plan of Newport, Rhode Island, published for the use of British forces just months before they occupied the town in December 1776. Based on surveys by Charles Blaskowitz, one of the...


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1776 - The Provinces of New York, and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania and the Province of Quebec. Drawn By Major Holland, Surveyor General, of the Northern District of America. Corrected and Improved, from the Original Materials, By Govern. Pownall, Member

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Rare Final State of Samuel Holland's Map of New York, Vermont, New Jersey, etc. Nice example of this important colonial map of the Hudson River and its tributaries, including the Mohawk, and also with New Jersey and the upper course of the St....


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1777 - Theatre De La Guerre en Amerique | Seat of War in America

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A very rare Revolutionary War map centered on the Mid-Atlantic colonies, which appeared as a supplement to an issue of the British published periodical Courier de L¹Europe. The present map employs a curious angular projection, and is centered on New...


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1777 - A Map of the Coast of New England from Staten Island to the Island of Breton, as it was actually Surveyed by Captain Cyprian Southack

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Navigating The Northeastern Seaboard Detailed coastal chart of the Northeastern part of the United States and part of Canada, reduced from Cyprian Southack's seminal 8 sheet chart that made up The New England Coasting Pilot, one of New England's...


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1777 - A Map of the Provinces of New-York and New-Jersey, with a part of Pennsylvania and the Province of Québec . . . 1777

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German edition of Sauthier's important map of the Provinces of New York and New Jersey, published at the outset of the American Revolution. A highly detailed extending from Delaware Bay, New Jersey in the South to New York-Canada border, and including...