1775 Map Boston A new and correct plan of the town of Boston As an example of late 18th-century British journalistic cartography, this is a reduced version of Page's original Map | of Boston. Using pictorial symbols, it shows Charlestown in ruins followi - New York Map Company
1775 Map Boston A new and correct plan of the town of Boston As an example of late 18th-century British journalistic cartography, this is a reduced version of Page's original Map | of Boston. Using pictorial symbols, it shows Charlestown in ruins followi - New York Map Company

1775 Map Boston A new and correct plan of the town of Boston As an example of late 18th-century British journalistic cartography, this is a reduced version of Page's original Map | of Boston. Using pictorial symbols, it shows Charlestown in ruins followi

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Map size: 18 inches x 2 feet (60.96cm x 45.72cm) | Ready to frame in standard size frame (18x24) | Frame not included | Archival quality reproduction

1775 Map Boston A new and correct plan of the town of Boston As an example of late 18th-century British journalistic cartography, this is a reduced version of Page's original Map | of Boston. Using pictorial symbols, it shows Charlestown in ruins following the British burning of the town during the Battle of Bunker Hill. The major focus of the map, however, is Boston, which was occupied by the British at the beginning of the Revolutionary War. This simplified Map | emphasizes the city's streets, wharves, and fortifications. Relief shown pictorially. Appears in Gentleman's Magazine. London. 1775.