"America Septentrionalis oder Mitternachtiger Theil von America, Bestehend, in Neu Brittania Canada, Neu Engeland, Neu Schotland, Neu Jorck, Pensylvania, Carolina Florida Georgien. Worinnen der Grosse S. Laurentius und Ohio Fluss Samt…", Kilian, George Christophe
Subject: Colonial United States and Canada
Period: 1764 (circa)
Color: Hand Color
9 x 8 inches
22.9 x 20.3 cm
This uncommon, little German map was based on Homann's America Septentrionalis, which in turn was reduced from D'Anville's important map. It depicts the region at the end of the French and Indian War. The British Colonies now extend to the Mississippi River with the Carolinas, which include Earl Gravilles's Property, shown stretching from the Atlantic coast to beyond the Mississippi. Georgia is shown as a small sliver of South Carolina.
The binding margin at top has been extended to accommodate framing and some missing paper has been added in the bottom corners, well away from the map.