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New Hampshire

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

A chorographical map of the northern department of North-America, 1780

 Item — Drawer 122 : L : 5, Section: 4
Identifier: 2020-IL-001-150
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection contains approximately 300 rare printed maps, unique manuscript maps, and published texts collected by Richard H. Brown, which pertain to the American Revolutionary War era.

Dates: 1780

A topographical map of the Province of New Hampshire, 1784

 Item — Drawer 122 : L : 8, Section: 1
Identifier: 2020-IL-001-092
Description This rare map of New Hampshire was prepared from surveys by Samuel Holland - famed engineer who entered British service during the French and Indian War (1754-1763). The map depicts New Hampshire in great detail, illustrating rivers, streams, lakes, elevations, township boundaries, roads, and structures. Two great arcs delineate the boundary of a parcel known as "Mason's Curve." The parcel, owned by John Mason (1586-1635), was originally located between the Merrimack and Kennebeck Rivers,...
Dates: 1784

Map of the province of New York, reduc’d from the large drawing of the province, compiled from actual surveys by order of his Excellency Willion Tryon Efq. Captain General & Governor of the fame, by Claude Joseph Sauthier; to which is added New-Jersey, from the topographical observations of C.J. Sauthier & B. Ratzer, 1776

 Item — Closed Stacks, Drawer: 35
Identifier: M-181
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection of historic maps date from 1675-1971, and primarily relate to the Washington and Custis families, the Revolutionary War, and society life in antebellum Washington D.C. and Virginia. Includes matching editions of maps personally owned by George Washington.

Note: surveys created by George Washington are found in the George Washington Collection.

Dates: 1776