1735 Map New England An actual survey of the sea coast from New York to the I. Cape Brition: with tables of the direct and thwart courses and distances from place to place Southack, who lived in Boston after 1685, is recognized as America's first chartma - New York Map Company
1735 Map New England An actual survey of the sea coast from New York to the I. Cape Brition: with tables of the direct and thwart courses and distances from place to place Southack, who lived in Boston after 1685, is recognized as America's first chartma - New York Map Company

1735 Map New England An actual survey of the sea coast from New York to the I. Cape Brition: with tables of the direct and thwart courses and distances from place to place Southack, who lived in Boston after 1685, is recognized as America's first chartma

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Map size: 20 inches x 2 feet (60.96cm x 50.8cm) | Ready to frame in standard size frame (20x24) | Frame not included | Archival quality reproduction

1735 Map New England An actual survey of the sea coast from New York to the I. Cape Brition: with tables of the direct and thwart courses & distances from place to place Southack, who lived in Boston after 1685, is recognized as America's first chartmaker. His extensive experience as a navigator and privateer in America's waters enabled him to produce several charts of the New England coast. This one provided detailed navigational aids for the northeast coast from Long Island to Cape Breton Island. Besides an inset of Boston Harbor, it also included insets of New York Harbor, Casco Bay, and Halifax Harbor. Another version of this chart appeared in various editions of The English Pilot, The Fourth Book, the standard 18th century guide to English navigation. Shows longitude east and west from Boston. Soundings in feet. Includes tables, distance charts, and insets of New York, Boston, and Halifax harbors, Casco Bay, and Annapolis Royal.