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A map of the United States exhibiting post roads & distances : the first sheet comprehending the nine northern states, with parts of Virginia and the territory north of Ohio /

A map of the United States exhibiting post roads & distances : the first sheet comprehending the nine northern states, with parts of Virginia and the territory north of Ohio /

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Summary

Relief shown pictorially.
Prime meridian: Washington, D.C.
Handwritten on slip of paper affixed to map verso: "No. 154, title page of Map of United States deposited by Abm. Bradley junr. as author, Sept. 26th 1796."
"W. Barker, sculp. Philada."
Sheets joined to form 1 map.
LC Trails, 30
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Includes mail transportation chart and text.
Fold-lined, some brown coloration along folds. Some annotations in pencil.
Copy imperfect: Sheet sectioned vertically in half.

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Date

01/01/1796
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Contributors

Bradley, Abraham, 1767-1838.
Harrison, William, 1774-
Barker, W. (William), active 1795-1803.
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Source

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