|Creator:||Scull, William, active 1765, cartographer.|
10 June 1775.
Printed for Robt. Sayer &amp; J. Bennett, map &amp; printseller No. 53 in Fleet Street. Published as the Act directs,
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Revolutionary War era map of Pennsylvania, compiled by Sayer & Bennett, primarily from William Schull's map. The detailed map extending from Fort Pitt (formerly Fort Duquesne) in the west to the New Jersey border along the Delaware river to the east.
Relief shown by shading and hachures.
Scale of "English Miles 69 1/2 to a Degree".
Prime meridian: London. "Longitude west from London."
Shows counties, townships, towns and cities, Indian villages, stores, churches, taverns, and names of residents in the countryside; rivers and streams, waterfalls, ferries, swamps, springs, and landmarks; mills, mines, furnaces, and forges; and forts and French and Indian War battle sites. - Cf. Seller & Van Ee, Maps and charts of North America and West Indies, 1750-1789, entry 1296.
Imprint in three places along lower left, center, and right margin.
Separately published and in editions of "The North American Atlas" published by Faden; and Thomas Jefferys' The American atlas. 1775;
1 map on 3 sheets : copperplate engraving, hand-colored ; 68 x 134 cm
Scale approximately 1:362,000
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