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There were many subsequent copies and issues, see Sellers & van Ee #37-44, Mc Corkle #755.31, Fite & Freeman #47.The copy used to settle the boundary between the United States and Canada was the fourth 1775 edition, illustrated in Hayes (Map 172).
The text gives a short history of discovery and colony foundation. This map is illustrated and discussed in Myers (1999).The First Containing an Analysis of a General Map of the Middle British Colonies in America.This famous map has been discussed in many map histories and there were many subsequent copies not all listed here; see Klinefelter, Gipson, Mc Corkle #755.15, 756.4, 758.3, 760.3, 771.3,775.5, 776.10, Sellers & van Ee #709-716, Wheat & Brun #298-99.West of the Alleghanies is considered Iroquois land as shown by the color scheme. It is a large four sheet map and all four can be seen at the Darlington Library. D'ANVILLE IMPROVED WITH THE BACK SETTLEMENTS OF VIRGINIA AND COURSE OF OHIO, Illustrated with geographical and historical remarks. Its main interest is in showing the boundary between Nova Scotia and French Canada, see Mc Corkle for a discussion. It covers the area east of the Mississippi from Canada to Carolina. The second printed version has the imprint "Printed for Robt. Jefferys," and is illustrated in Brown #27, Schwartz (1994) and Johnson (1974).
Longitude is west from London at bottom and west from Ferro at top. Pennsylvania is identified, but not much else in the state. Londres, 1755 (Sellers & van Ee #56, 57, 58; Mc Corkle #755.9, 755.22, 756.6, 759.1, 763.4). A map published in Cartes en couleur des lieux sujets..., by J. Dated 1755 by Mc Corkle (#755.26) from the engraving date, it shows the St. The eastern sheet is illustrated in Mc Corkle and has a fancy cartouche with a palm tree and an engraving of Crown Point; the western part is illustrated in Brown #23. The fort was four pointed with two additional breastworks toward the landward side, and was located very near the river juncture. This is a manuscript map showing the region from Cumberland to Lake Erie and west into Ohio.
Published in Nieuwe En beknopte Hand-Atlas by Isaak Tirion, 1769 (Mc Corkle #755.39, #769.1; Sellers & van Ee #63).