"A Correct Map of North America",
Subject: Northeastern United States
Period: 1800 (circa)
Publication: A New Historical and Commercial System of Geography
Color: Hand Color
11.5 x 8.3 inches
29.2 x 21.1 cm
This uncommon map stretches from Georgia to Maine (Sagadahok) and is based on Robert de Vaugondy's Partie de l'Amérique Septentrionale, qui Comprend le Cours de l'Ohio, la Nlle. Angleterre, la Nlle York, le New Jersey, la Pensylvanie, le Maryland, la Virginie, la Caroline. The Carolinas and Virginia extend to the Mississippi River. Pennsylvania is enlarged and shown taking in part of New York, which in turn encompasses all of New Jersey. New England consists of only Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Lakes Huron, Ontario, and Erie appear in a largely accurate configuration. A large inset titled "Supplement to Carolina" features the remainder of South Carolina and parts of Georgia. Filled with Indian names. Given that the map's source was 45 years old at the time of publication, this map is strangely out-of-date. Engraved by Holborn.
References: McCorkle #800.2.
Light scattered foxing and a printer's crease extending along the coastline at bottom.