The North Eastern Part of the United States, engraved for N.P. Willis's American Scenery Illustrated and published by George Virtue in London, offers an extensive geographical representation of the northeastern United States during the 19th century. This detailed map captures parts of states such as New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and others, with a distinct red line demarcating a route of interest. A smaller sub-map at the bottom right corner focuses on parts of Virginia and Maryland, offering a more detailed look at these regions.
The route in red traces the one taken for Willis's American Scenery.