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Regional Maps of Southern Vermont
List of Maps
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We have collected a wide range of old and new Vermont maps - mostly old - and assembled them in easy-to-use packages. The maps include the early Colonial maps made before Vermont existed, the very important and rare Blodget and Whitelaw maps, early postal route maps, railroad maps and modern state maps to help you compare old and new.

The latter in the last column of the list indicates the smallest paper size for legible printing (see below).
1756 Blanchard & Langdon An Accurate Map of His Majesty's Province of New Hampshire in New England  (ms) B
1761 Blanchard & Langdon An Accurate Map of His Majesty's Province of New Hampshire in New England B
1779 Probst A Map of the Most Inhabited Part of New England.. B
1779 Sauthier A Chorographical Map of the Province of New York in North America B
1780 Romans A Chorographical Map of the Northern Department of North America B
1784 B&L - Sawyer An Accurate Map of the State and Province of New Hampshire in New England.. B
1789 Blodget A Topographical Map of the State of Vermont from Actual Surveys C
1795 Doolittle Vermont from Actual Survey Delineated & Engraved by Amos Doolittle B
1796 Whitelaw A Correct Map of the State of Vermont From Actual Survey C
1797 Sotzman Vermont entworfen von D.F. Sotzman B
1810 Whitelaw A Correct Map of the State of Vermont From Actual Survey…The Second Edition C
1821 Whitelaw-Hutchinson Vermont from Actual Surveys with all the Late Additions and Improvements C
1831 Finley Vermont B
1822 Carey Map of Vermont B
1834 Robinson An Improved Map of Vermont Compiled from the Latest Authorities B
1839 Burr Map of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and
Connecticut, Exhibiting the Post Offices, Post Roads, Canals, Rail Roads
B
1845 Robinson An Improved Map of Vermont Compiled from the Latest Authorities B
1856 Colton Vermont B
1860 Walling Map of the State of Vermont D
1878 Beers Vermont B
1902 Forbes Railroad Map of Vermont D
1902 National Publishing Complete Map of Vermont Showing Highways and Natural Features B
1976 National Survey National Survey Map of Vermont B
2001 State of Vermont State Highway Map B

The capital letter in the last column indicates the smallest paper printout size for legibility. The maps are all designed for printing in "C" size (18"x24"), but many are legible at "B" size (11" x 17"). The most detailed maps require printing on "D" size ( 24" x 36") for full legibility. 
This means that if you purchase the "B" sized color prints (11"x17"), most maps will be legible, but that 4 older maps (1789, 1796, 1810 and 1821) will be hard to read ("C") and the 1860 and 1902 maps will be of almost completely illegible.  We recommend that you purchase the CD as well as the 11" x 17" color prints.

 


Revised: 01/13/10
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