A Map of that part of America which was the Principal Seat of War, in 1756.
Name: A Map of that part of America which was the Principal Seat of War, in 1756.
Image Number: 714.0001
From Atlas: No
Notes: Appears to be copy 3 of OS-1757-3, but colored
Creator: Gentleman's magazine (London, England)
Date/Date Range Produced: 1757
Date/Date Range Published: 1757
Region Depicted: CanadaMaineMassachusettsNew EnglandNew EnglandNew HampshireNew York (State)OntarioPennsylvaniaSaint Lawrence River ValleyVermont
Map Type: GeographicalPolitical maps
Dimensions: 22 x 33 cm.
Printing Process: Engraving
Printing Technique: Copper
Material Type: Paper
Brief Description: Map of New England and the upper Saint Lawrence Valley during the French and Indian War. The map does not show military positions, movements, or fortifications, but includes major rivers and areas associated with Indian tribes.
Physical Description: 1 map: colored, illustrated
Accession Number: OS-1757-6
Subjects: CanadaGentleman's magazine (London, England)Indians of North AmericaMaineMaps--Early works to 1800MassachusettsNative AmericansNew EnglandNew HampshireNew York (State)OntarioPennsylvaniaQuebec (Province)RiversSaint Lawrence RiverSaint Lawrence River ValleyUnited States --History --French and Indian War, 1754-1763Vermont