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A new map of the western parts of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland and North Carolina; comprehending the river Ohio, and all the rivers, which fall into it; part of the river Mississippi, the whole of the Illinois River, Lake Erie; part of the lakes Huron, Michigan &c. and all the country bordering on these lakes and rivers.

A new map of the western parts of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland and North Carolina; comprehending the river Ohio, and all the rivers, which fall into it; part of the river Mississippi, the whole of the Illinois River, Lake Erie; part of the lakes Huron, Michigan &c. and all the country bordering on these lakes and rivers.

 
 
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Scale ca. 1:1,300,000.
Hand colored.
Annotated in ink. One annotation shows where "Genr. Wayne defeated the Indians Augt. 20, 1794."
Relief shown pictorially and by hachures.
Prime meridian: Philadelphia and London.
Includes historical and descriptive text.
LC Maps of North America, 1750-1789, 789
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
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01/01/1778
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Hutchins, Thomas, 1730-1789.
Cheevers, T.
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