MAP OF THE NORTH EASTERN BOUNDARY
This map was apparently copied from Morse's American Geography. However because there are no notes on the map and the north eastern boundary between the United States and British North America (specifically New Brunswick and Quebec) had been under negotiation at various times since 1783 we can't determine which edition of American Geography it was copied from. The topic of the north eastern boundary would have been of interest at this time as it was finally resolved in 1842.
Bottom center, outside the neat lines: Morse's American Geography.
J. S. Bartlett
1 map ; 23 x 29 cm
MaineNew HampshireVermontNew York
-74.319; -62.919; 42.482; 48.345
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
new series v.4, pg. 413
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