1759 A New and Accurate Map of the Present Seat of War in North America
By: Royal Magazine
Date: 1759 (published)
Dimensions: 14.75 x 11.25 inches (37.5 x 28.75 cm)
This is an interesting map of New England and Eastern Canada showing the region disputed in the French and Indian War from a British point of view. New York is shown to include present day Ontario and New England's northern boundary is the St. Laurence River. New York extends north of Lake Ontario and Lake Erie is here called Lake Oswego. Engraved by G. Rollos. Published in the November 1759 issue.
Condition: B+ Original color with a few minor spots of foxing and a bit of offsetting.
Inventory # 18243
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