Title/Content of Map: Antique French Map and Plan of Boston, MassachusettsDate Printed: 1757Cartographer: Bellin, Jacques NicolasSize (in): 10 x 6
One of the earliest obtainable town plans of Boston, Massachusetts. This antique French plan shows the area as it was 12 years before the American Revolutionary War. This fine copper-plate engraved plan from Bellin's Histoire General des Voyages shows the back bay as a true bay, before it was filled and built up in the 19th century. Includes Charles Town across the bay. In Boston Bay the key features are an anchorage, Ronde Island, and a single dotted line denoting the navigational channel. Very sparse soundings and hydrographic details. Includes at left an index of 16 locations identified alphabetically on the map.
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