Bookstore

Quick Search

Author
Title
Description
Keyword
Seller Id
ISBN
Advanced Search
 
 
 
 
       Tell a Friend
Author Name:    Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Title:   PROPRIETARY - COLONIAL PENNSYLVANIA MAPS SET: Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, "Appendix I-X," Nos. 1-25 + (2) Additional

Binding:   Unbound

Book Condition:   VG+

Jacket Condition:   N/A

Edition:   First Edition

Size:   Various

Publisher:   Harrisburg, PA Clarence M. Busch, State Printer 1894

Seller ID:   022327

Complete set of (23) maps, complete as issued (Nos. 1-16, 19-25) + (2) additional, as given, housed in original marbled paper portfolio (worn, with repair). All maps issued in conjunction with Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, Appendix I-X, except as noted, with numbers given as issued and as listed in MG 11 (Map Collection) of PA State Archives (PHMC). All printed in color, sizes ranging considerably, several measuring 3' x 2' or larger. Most maps show clean fronts, mildly soiled backs, some showing minor separations at fold junctures, typical of issue. (1-608) Die Gros-Britannische Colonie-Laender, In Nord-America in accuraten Special-Mappen nach den Londone Originalien (608). (2-609) [The London Land Company Survey, by Thomas Fairman, 1709]. Copy, 1764 of an Island in the river Delaware in Philadelphia County above the mouth of the Schuylkill. (3-610) [John McCulloch's Land Survey, situated on the East side of Monongahela River between Great Redstone and Dunlap's Creek, by John Lukens, 1769]. Shows: Fort Bird [Burd]. (4)-611) A Map of the State of Pennsylvania, by Reading Howell, [1792]. Shows: county and township lines, roads, furnaces, forges, grist and saw mills, Indian paths and towns, minerals, dwelling houses. (5-612) [The London Land Company Resurvey in Chester County, February 21, 1736]. Survey of lands said to be in New Castle County but found to be in Chester County. (6-613) ["Coxburg" Survey, "Notingham" Township, Washington, County, January 25, 1780]. John Lukens, Surveyor General. (7-614) [Pennsylvania Land Company in London Survey, September 12-15, 1760]. Survey for land lying on Conestoga Creek, Lancaster County by John Lukens, Surveyor General. (8-615) [Peters Creek, Mount Pleasant, Washington County Survey, May 7, 1785]. Survey to adjust title to unpatented lands in Monongahela, Youghiogheny and Ohio Counties. (9-616) [Manallin Township, Fayette County, Survey, March 22, 1785]. Bazil Brown's survey on the waters of the Redstone and Dunlaps Creeks, for adjusting the claims to unpatented lands in Monongahela, Youghiogheny and Ohio Counties. (10-617) John Estaughand Company's Land situate on Conostogoe and the Mill Creek, Chester County, 1717. (11-618) [7,500 Acres on the Delaware River, Bucks County Survey, August 17, 1699]. Copy of original by Thomas Fairman, Surveyor. Shows: Delaware River 20 miles above the Falls. (12-619) [Tracts of Land called New Munster and Society, December 13, 1763]. Shows: mill, dwelling house, Rankin's field. (13-620) Map of the British Colonies in the Year 1765 from a Map of the Period. Shows: Indian villages, forts, Philadelphia, New Castle, Delaware, rivers, falls, mines. (14-621) [London Land Company Survey, August 19, 1709 of 5,000 Acres, Chester County by Thomas Fairman, Surveyor]. (15-622) [London Land Company Survey of 5,000 Acres bounded by the "Scholkil and Perqueaming" Creek]. Thomas Fairman, Surveyor. (16-623) [London Land Company Survey of 5,000 Acres, Chester County]. Surveyed by Thomas Fairman, August 19, [1709]. (17-18: Not issued.) (19-624) Map of the Province of Pennsylvania.Servt W. Scull. Philadelphia, Printed by James Nevil for the author, April 4, 1770. (20-625) A Map of Pennsylvania Exhibiting not only The Improved Parts of that Province, but also Its Extensive Frontiers: Laid down from Actual Surveys and Chiefly from the Late Map of W. Scull Published in 1770. Shows: roads, ferrys, churches, forts, houses, miles, coal, falls, Indian villages. (21-626) A Map of the Provinces of New-York and New-Jersey, with a part of Pennsylvania and the Province of Quebec from the Topographical Observations of C. J. Sauthier, Augsburg, [1777]. (22-627) Regni Mexicani seu Novae Hispaniae Ludovicianae, N. Angliae, Carolinae, Virginiae et Pensylvaniae nec mon Insviarvm Archipelagi Mexicani in America Septentrionali accurata Tabula exhibita a Joh. Baptista Homanno, n.d. (23-628) A Map of the Improved Part of the Province of Pennsylvania in America. Begun by William Penn Proprie


Price = 495.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart

Related Listings
Fiftieth Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg: Report of the Pennsylvania Commission
Beitler, Lewis E. (secretary, Pennsylvania Commission)
45.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart

Lords of the Old West
Workers of the Writers' Program of the Works Project Administration in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
20.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart

The Union Cavalry in the Civil War -- I: From Fort Sumter to Gettysburg; II: The War in the East from Gettysburg to Appomattox 1863-1865; III: The War in the West 1861-1865 [Volume I + II + III, Complete in 3 Vols.]
Starr, Stephen Z.
29.95 USD
Add to Shopping Cart

Gossiping Guide to Wales (North Wales and Aberystwyth) - Popular Edition, Part II
15.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart

The Reading Railroad: History of a Coal Age Empire - Volume 1: The Nineteenth Century + Volume 2: The Twentieth Century
Holton, James L.
150.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart

The Waterfowl of the World [Vol. I + II + III + IV, Complete, Slipcased]
Delacour, Jean
195.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart

Pennsylvania: A Guide to the Keystone State [American Guides Series]
Workers of the Writers' Program of the Works Projects Administration in the State of Pennsylvania
50.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart

Reading's Volunteer Fire Department: Its History and Traditions
Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; Walter S. Frees (fwd.); Paul Comly French (pref.)
85.00 USD
Add to Shopping Cart

 


Questions, comments, or suggestions
Please write to info@sauconybookshop.com
Copyright©2017. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by ChrisLands.com

 

 

cookie