"A Chorographical Map of the Northern Department of North America Drawn from the Latest and Most Accurate Observations", Gavit, John
Subject: New England & Southeastern Canada
Period: 1850 (circa)
Color: Black & White
12.5 x 9.9 inches
31.8 x 25.1 cm
This is a smaller edition of a 1778 map of the same title made by Bernard Romans, the first to name the state of Vermont. The map is on an unusual orientation, showing Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence at the bottom of the map, with the White Mountains and Connecticut at the top. The map shows all the large land grants in the vicinity.
References: cf. McCorkle #778.17; cf Cobb (NH) #49.
A nice impression on a sheet with folds as issued, with some offsetting, uneven toning, and a few spots of foxing. Trimmed to neatline at left for binding, with a tape repair on the verso closing a short binding tear.