"Mappa Geographica Provinciae Novae Eboraci ab Anglis New-York…Nova Jersey ex topographicis observationibus", Sauthier, Claude Joseph
Subject: Colonial Mid Atlantic
Period: 1778 (dated)
Publication: Atlas Geographicus Maior Exhibens…
Color: Hand Color
22.5 x 14.4 inches
57.2 x 36.6 cm
Lower sheet of a two-part map after Sauthier's 1776 map based on the surveys ordered by Governor William Tryon. Shows all New Jersey, Long Island, part of New York, part of Pennsylvania, Delaware Bay & Connecticut. It features the disputed line of partition between New York and New Jersey and county boundaries in New York. Good detail of towns and villages, roads, and coastal detail. Extends to include Annapolis and northward to shows all of Martha's Vineyard. This sheet has the title cartouche, uncolored as issued, published by Homann Heirs.
References: McCorkle #778.19; Sellers & Van Ee #1049.
On thick, course paper. Two small foxing spots, still very good.