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Map showing the boundaries of the lands on the east and west of Lake Champlain (now in New York and Vermont) and in particular a grant to Godfrey Dellius of 3 Sept. 1696, with some proprietors named and tracts of land lettered
imprint
[1772?]
description
1 online resource
format(s)
Map
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imprint
[1772?]
cartographic mathematical data
Scale [ca. 1:380 160].
restrictions
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
general note
"This map exhibits the French & English grants. The French are distinguished by the yellow lines, and the English by the red."
Another copy exists, with title on publisher's website: French and English land grants ... (Volume reference no.: MPG 1/22)
Hand col.
Map centred on Lake Champlain, showing New York Colony land grants for land to the east and west of Lake George and Lake Champlain, extending a little north of Baie Missisquoi. Grant to Godfrey Dellius of 1696 is apparently in conflict with part of a French grant.
Scale statement derived from another copy: 6 miles to an inch.
Title from publisher's website.
Volume reference no. on publisher's website: MPG 1/597/1.
catalogue key
11813109
 
Electronic reproduction. Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2015. (Colonial America. Module 1)
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