A Map of the Eastern part of the Province of New York; with part of New Jersey &c., from the London Magazine

Engraver Thomas Kitchin British
Printer Robert Baldwin, London British

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This is one of a series of maps that England's first literary periodical, the London Magazine, published during the French and Indian War (1754-63). That extended conflict between Britain and France for control of the Eastern Great Lakes and Canada stimulated interest in accurate descriptions of Britain's American colonies. Here, Pennsylavnia, New York and New England are described with part of Lake Ontario at upper left with an inset view of Ford Frederick on Lake Champlain below near the title.

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