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Conant (mapmaker) / Swett’s Zincography (printer), Map of the Mountain & Lake Regions of New-Hampshire with Rail-Road Routes: by M. Conant, Enrg. Cocheco R.R. Boston, 1852.

The first White Mountains map?

One of the first printed maps—along with Franklin Leavitt’s of the same year—to focus on the Lakes and White Mountains regions of New Hampshire.   This scarce map depicts the region at a very large scale, depicting county and town boundaries, as well as those of public and ungranted lands. Coverage extends from Portsmouth and […]

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1860 William Kitchell Topographcical Map of the State of New Jersey

Monumental map of New Jersey by William Kitchell

The second official map of New Jersey, compiled by William Kitchell to replace Thomas Gordon’s map of 1828. A spectacular, important and surprisingly scarce piece, not described in the cartographic literature until John Delaney’s Nova Caesaria (2014). State Geologist William Kitchell oversaw the compilation of the map from the finest available sources, in particular the findings of […]

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Geo[rge] Stevens Civil Engineer / Lith. of W. H. Rease, N.E. Cor. 4th & Chestnut St. Phila. / Printed by Wagner & McGuigan Franklin Place, VILLAGE OF SHELBURNE FALLS FRANKLIN CO. MASSACHUSETTS From actual Survey… Philadelphia: George Stevens, 1856.

Unrecorded map of Shelburne Falls Massachusetts

An unrecorded 1856 wall map of the lovely town of Shelburne Falls along the Deerfield River in Franklin County, Massachusetts, with terrific detail of local topography and architecture. This extremely rare map depicts Shelburne Falls at the very large scale of 200 feet:inch, showing details of the natural topography, street layout and street names, property […]

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J[acob] R[ichards] Dodge, L. H. Bradford & Co., TOWNSHIP AND RAIL ROAD MAP OF NEW HAMPSHIRE compiled from the best authorities with corrections and alterations of town lines from actual surveys…. Second Edition. Nashua: J. R. Dodge, 1854.

Lovely 1854 map of New Hampshire by Jacob Richards Dodge

A large and most attractive 1854 wall map of New Hampshire depicting the state in a period of intense economic development, by eminent journalist and statistician Jacob Richards Dodge. Drawn at a scale of 1”:6 miles, the map depicts town and county boundaries, roads and railroads, and major topographical features such as the White Mountains. […]

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A monument in the mapping of New Hampshire

The first official map of the State of New Hampshire, and for its time the largest-scale map of the state. David Cobb calls it “the most detailed and accurate map of the state produced in the early nineteenth century.” Based largely on new surveys, the map depicts the state with the surveyed boundaries of counties […]

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Moses Greenleaf / Published by Shirley & Hyde, Portland / J. H. Young & F. Dankworth, Engravers, Philadelphia, Map of the State of Maine with the Province of New Brunswick.

A lovely example of Greenleaf’s Map of the State of Maine

State IV of Moses Greenleaf’s second wall map of Maine (the stated “Third Edition”), the finest map of the state published up to that time. The map shows the entire state of Maine as well as New Brunswick and a portion of Lower Canada, and includes an inset map on the lower right depicting Nova […]

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