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Crown Point Military Road - 8 sheet set - 1860 - Vermont- Old Map Reprint VT Specials

$26.00

Crown Point Military Road - 8 sheet set - 1860 - Vermont- Old Map Reprint VT Specials

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Year - 1860

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Original Size - 11 x 17

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Academic Title - Crown Point Military Road - 7 sheet set

Comments - The Crown Point Military Road was built across the Vermont wilderness in 1759-1760 during the French and Indian War.

No map was made at the time. The most accurate map of this historic route may be the 1860 Map of the State of Vermont by H.F. Walling.

The Military Road is shown here as a dashed line passing across the state in a generally southeasterly direction from Orwell on the Lake to Springfield on the Connecticut, passing through the towns of Rutland, Cavendish and others. The line is a bit hard to discern in places as the Walling map is very detailed, showing every house and road in the state. On each sheet we have placed 2 solid dots to help you find the road.

This very detail is what makes this map so useful to historians, as one can find the general route on the ground today with careful analysis. However, the reader should be careful as we do not know how well the 1860 mapmakers did their job.

8 sheets total. They are packaged as loose sheets rolled together and SHIPPED IN A TUBE.

Printed on bond paper.

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