A Map of New-England, being the first that ever was here cut, and done by the best pattern that could be had, which being in some places defective, it made the other less exact yet doth it sufficiently shew the scituation of the Country, and conveniently well the distance of Places. The figures that are joyned with the Names of Places are to distinguish such as have been assaulted by the Indians from others.

Collection: Osher Collection

Name: A Map of New-England, being the first that ever was here cut, and done by the best pattern that could be had, which being in some places defective, it made the other less exact yet doth it sufficiently shew the scituation of the Country, and conveniently well the distance of Places. The figures that are joyned with the Names of Places are to distinguish such as have been assaulted by the Indians from others.

Barcode: 492

From Atlas: No

Notes: The map illustrated William Hubbard's book "The Present State of New England : Being a narrative of the troubles with the Indians, 1677."

Creator: Array

Printmaker: Foster, John, 1648-1681

Publisher: Foster, John, 1648-1681

Date/Date Range Produced: 1677

Date/Date Range Published: 1677

Language: English

Region Depicted: ConnecticutMaineMassachusettsNew EnglandNew HampshireRhode IslandVermont

Map Type: GeographicalHistorical mapsThematic maps

Dimensions: 30 x 38 cm.

Printing Process: Relief

Printing Technique: Wood

Material Type: Paper

OCLC: 733577329

Accession Number: OS-1677-3

Donor: Osher

Subjects: AnimalsBearsColonial AmericaConnecticutCoyoteFoster, John, 1648-1681FoxesGalleonsHubbard, William, 1621 or 1622-1704King Philip's War, 1675-1676MaineMaps--Early works to 1800MassachusettsNew EnglandNew HampshireNorth American faunaRhode IslandSailing shipsVermontWolves

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