"A New and Correct Map of the British Colonies in North America Comprehending Eastern Canada with the Province of Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Government of Newfoundland: with the Adjacent States of New England...", Laurie & Whittle
Subject: Northeastern United States & Canada
Period: 1794 (dated)
Publication: A New and Elegant Imperial Sheet Atlas
Color: Hand Color
26.3 x 18.9 inches
66.8 x 48 cm
This detailed map includes eastern Canada with Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland together with New England, New York, New Jersey and parts of Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware. The great fishing banks are graphically depicted. There are numerous interesting notations throughout, e.g., "This vast Tract of Land, which is the Antient Couchsachrage one of the Four Beaver-Hunting Countries of the Six Nations, is not yet Surveyed" and "Col. Arnold's Rout [sic] in 1775" referring to Benedict Arnold's winter campaign at the start of the American Revolution. The title cartouche is surmounted by a beaver.
References: Stevens & Tree (MCC-39) #65-c.
A fine impression with original outline color and later coloring in the cartouche. There is light offsetting and the map has been separated along the centerfold and rejoined with archival materials.