Title MAP: Southeastern Pennsylvania - 1775
Book Condition Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original
Publisher Reproduction map of original
Seller ID S56
Reproduced from the southeast portion of Sayer and Bennett's larger 1775 map of Pennsylvania, entitled "A Map of Pennsylvania...Laid down from Actual Surveys, and Chiefly from the Late Map of W. Scull..." , this map section shows forts, creeks and rivers, wagon roads, trails, the location of religious meetings and many mills, stretching from modern Fulton County in the southwest north to Wyoming County. The populous southeast corner shows the greatest detail, with western and northern areas still mostly wilderness. Berks, Cumberland and Northampton Counties are still vast tracts of land.