|Scope & Content||
Masthead: "A MAP OF PENNSYLVANIA EXHIBITING not only THE IMPROVED PARTS of that PROVINCE, but also ITS EXTENSIVE FRONTIERS Laid down FROM ACTUAL SURVEYS and Chiefly FROM THE LATE MAP of W. Scull Published in 1770; And Humbly Inscribed
TO THE HONOURABLE THOMAS PENN AND RICHARD PENN Esquires TRUE AND ABSOLUTE PROPRIETARIES & GOVERNORS of the PROVINCE OF PENNSYLVANIA and the TERRITORIES thereunto belonging."
Note: The southern boundary between Pennsylvania and Maryland is termed "Temporary Limits". There is a strip of Maryland flanking the bottom of the map, representing about 6 miles into Maryland territory.
Scull, W., Cartigrapher.
Pennsylvania --History --Colonial Period, ca. 1600-1775.
Pennsylvania Province of --Map, ca. 1771.
Maryland, Northern --Map, ca. 1771.
|Pub Place||Paris. France|