Plan of Fort Frederick at Crown Point
Plan and description of fortifications by the French serving as a buffer between the British position at Lake George and the other forts. Plan at top of page details the fort and map on lower part of page is keyed referencing lakes, rivers, and creek as well as the location General Johnson defeated the French. The dotted line represents the route of the French.
Map of Fort Frederick, located at the Northern Tip of Lake George, Crown Point, Vermont. Map reads with North facing to the top left corner of the map. Prime meridian is unknown due to lack of information and graticule on the map. Scale was determined by measuring from the bottom left corner of the fort to the top right corner of the fort. Bottom Map is a poor representation of Lake George to the Southern tip of Lake Champlain.
2 maps on 1 page ; 8 x 10 cm and 7 x 5 cm
Fort Frederick -73.432; -73.428; 44.027; 44.030
Lake George -74.926; -72.998; 41.809; 44.540
Fort Frederick 1:2,450
Lake George 1:2,050,000
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
v.25, November 1755, pg. 525
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