A copy of the general map the most part compiled from the actual survey by order of the commisioners appointed to settle the partition line between the provinces of New York and New Jersey : manuscript map, 1769: General map the most part compiled from actual surveys

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About this Item

Creator
Ratzer, Bernard.
Type
Manuscript maps.Wafers (seals).
Language
English
Origin
United States
Description
1 item (1 linear foot) ; approximately 159 x 79 cm
Date
1769
Repository
Houghton Library, Harvard Library, Harvard University
Identifier
colonialnorthamerica.library.harvard.edu/014331880

Content Notes

Map showing the whole of New Jersey and its borders with as well as part of Pennsylvania and New York. Map is drawn in black ink with green, pink, and yellow watercolors used to show features such as waterways, borders, and places of interest. Notes on map concern border disputes between New Jersey and New York.
  • In English.