One of the earliest maps of Tennessee and Kentucky printed in the United States and one of the earliest obtainable maps of each of these states.
The map was engraved by Amos Doolittle, one of the most important 18th Century American engravers. Among the more interesting features of the map are the detailed treatment of the early roads in the region. The map shows military reservation boundaries, Indian boundaries, early towns, roads, rivers, mountains, lakes, Indian Villages, counties and a host of other details.
The map appeared in Jedidiah Morse's American Universal Geography.