Full Title: Map of the Middle States of America. Comprehends New-York, New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and the Territory N.W. of Ohio By J. Russell

Antique map titled 'Map of the Middle States of America comprehends New-York, New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and the Territory N.W. of Ohio'. Uncommon map of the Middle Atlantic States, including Ohio. This Revolutionary War era map covers from the Hudson River Westward to include Fort Miami and Fort Washington. An inset of Long Island in included near the top border of the map. Identifies several Indian villages, forts, mines, rivers, towns and a host of additional topographical features. Early regions in south eastern Ohio, including the Seven Ranges, Army Lands, Indiana, Donation Lands from the Commonwealth of Virginia, Colonel Simmes and Ohio Company are noted, along with towns such as Morgans Town, Lick Town, Kill Buck Town, Wills Town, New Comers Town, Beaver Town, Salt Lick Town and Hurricane Toms are identified. Fort Washington on the Ohio River is also noted.

Publication 'An Historical, geographical, commercial, and philosophical view of the American United States' by W. Winterbotham. The cartographer was John Russell, a British cartographer active in London during the late 18th and early 19th centuries.

Some discolouration on the fold

Good later hand colour

Good condition for this very scarce map

code : M4796

Cartographer : RUSSELL John

Date : 1794 London

Size : 36.5*46 cms

availability : Available

Price : £295

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