"The Part of Virginia which was the Seat of Action", Conder, Thomas
Period: 1788 (circa)
Publication: William Gordon's History of the Rise, Progress ... of the United States…
Color: Black & White
10.5 x 7.3 inches
26.7 x 18.5 cm
This detailed Revolutionary War map extends from tidewater Virginia back into the Piedmont to Louisa and Orange counties. Derived in part from the Fry & Jefferson map of Virginia and Maryland, it includes part of Maryland and much of the lower Chesapeake Bay. Watershed, islands, courthouses, and some early roads are delineated. Names many towns and settlements including Norfolk, Suffolk, Hampton, Richmond, Hanover, Fredericksburg, Elk Hill, Albemarle Old Courthouse, and Tappahannock. Locates Tod's Bridge, Raccoon Ford, Cape Henry, Point Comfort, etc.
Very nice impression and original margins. Short printer's crease with light soil, otherwise a fine example.