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One of the earliest American maps of Vermont from the first American gazetteer.

Joseph T. Scott, a Philadelphia engraver and publisher, issued his gazetteer during the early days of American cartography. Scott included much detail of rivers, counties, roads, and towns. This map of Vermont includes precise detail of settlements and roads, including Govr. Chittenden's home in the north.

Also shown is Dartmouth College, just across the Connecticut River, which is not shown on the map of New Hampshire.

Condition Description
Minor offsetting and soiling.
Wheat & Brun 196.