Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware 1749 - APSdigobj3524
From Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware 1749, Pennsylvania
Published by Evans, Lewis, 1700?-1756 in 1749
Full Title: A map of Pensilvania, New-Jersey, New-York, and the three Delaware counties: by Lewis Evans.; Creator: Evans, Lewis, 1700?-1756; Date: 1749; Publisher: Unattributed; Contributor: Hebert, L.; Description: Color map of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York.; Notes: Norris's copy has now disappeared. It was being used as late as 5 October 1832, for James Mease commented that there was a marginal note by Evans that "all great storms begin at the leeward." Somehow, this note strengthened Mease's theory that the present earth "was made at the creation from the ruins of another" (Minutes).Wheat: 672Contains comments about the origins of the northeast storms (suggested by B. Franklin?), lightning and electricity, navigation of the Delaware River, and other bays, etc.Endorsement on back, in Benjamin Franklin's hand: "To Dr. John Mitchell from Mr. B. Franklin." The map was at one time in the collection of the Marquess of Bute, a friend of Mitchell's. Joseph Parker Norris gave a copy of this map to the American Philosophical Society on 16 June 1815. ; Language: English; APS Digital ID: APSdigobj3524
Full Title: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware 1749 - APSdigobj3524
Full Atlas Title: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware 1749
Location 1: North America
Location 2: United States, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania
Publish Date: 1749
Publisher: Evans, Lewis, 1700?-1756
Number Maps in the Atlas: 1
Map Original Width: 19.63"
Map Original Height: 26.06"
Item Number: US1609006
Collection: Historic Map Works Rare Historic Maps Collection
Image Quality: High quality scan of original that is perfect for printed fine-art quality reproduction.
Source Institution:© American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA, USASouce Media:
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