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Whitelaw Map of Vermont - 1796
21-sheet set     11x17
Home           Full Sheet Prints

A complete copy of the original 1796 "Whitelaw" map is now available as a paper reprint. This remarkable map , made just a few years after Vermont joined the United States, shows every town in the state.

For many towns, the map shows principal roads, mill sites, and even the names of some prominent people.

The map is issued as 9 separate sheets in color, each 11" x 17". You can easily re-assemble the 31" x 46" map if desired. For this edition we have added a set of matching modern road maps in the same alignment so you can easily compare old and new. There are 21 pages in all. They are packaged as loose sheets in an envelope.

Below:  old & new maps comparison

Also included is a complete state road map and a separate town outline map.

 


 

To see an example, The Rutland Area - in 1796   

Vermont 1796 Whitelaw Map - 21 sheets      $24  + $8 shipping/handling

You can buy the 1796 map by credit card (use one of the two icons below) or by mailing a check for $30 to Old Maps, PO Box 54, West Chesterfield, NH 03466. If you mail, be sure to add a note stating that you are buying the 1796 21-sheet map prints.

 
 


Revised: 05/22/14
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