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Description

Scarce French & Indian War era map of Virginia, extending west as far as 82 degrees west longitude, drawn chiefly from Joshua Fry & Peter Jefferson's map of the region.

On the Middle Fork of the Holston River near Abingdon, is the farm of S. Stahlmaker, and in West Virginia at the junction of the Green Briar and New Rivers is the homestead of J. Keeny's. These are described as the farthest western settlements in Virginia in 1755. In the Appalachians are a Cow Pasture, Calf Pasture and Virginia Boundary with ye Six Nations in 1722.

A number of early Indian Tribes and place names are located.

An excellent early map of colonial Virginia.

Reference
Jolly Lond-205