[Map of northern Vermont]
- Whitelaw, James, 1748-1829, creator
- Whitelaw succeeded Ira Allen as Vermont's surveyor general in 1787 and held the office until 1804. While in office he continued his private surveying and planned for a map of the entire state. The note on his Vermont printed map of 1796 almost exactly describes this manuscript when he states: "The outlines of the townships of Orwell, Cornwall, Salisbury, Goshen, Hancock, Rochester, Bethel, Royalton, Sharon and Norwich, & all north of them are laid down from correct surveys made under the direction of the surveyor general, between the years 1783 and 1790."
- Place Of Origin:
- No place, unknown, or undetermined
- Creation Date:
- [ca. 1790?]
- 1 ms. map : col. ; 57 x 65 cm.
Early works to 1800
- Digital Format:
- Books and documents
- Manuscript maps
Vermont--Maps, Manuscript--Early works to 1800
- Shows roads, some mills, forts, etc., and township and county boundaries.
Title supplied by cataloger.
Pen-and-ink and watercolor.
Available also as a digital image through the Harvard University Web site.
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Colonial North American Project at Harvard University
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