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Jeremiah Greenleaf's map of Maine.

The map is highly detailed, showing towns, roads, rivers, lakes, mountains, and a host of other details.

The map locates the disputed Canadian-American border along Maine's northern boundary, which was then very hotly contested, including the American claims north of Temiscouata Lake, the English/New Brunswick claims south of Chimney Lake and the boundary line recommended by the King of the Netherlands during the boundary dispute negotiations between the US and England.

A fascinating map and one of the few atlas maps to address the boundary dispute in such detail.