1758 Map Pennsylvania | Allegheny | Pittsburgh Plan of Fort du Quesne, now Pitsburgh, as it was, before it was Demolish'd With a "Scale for the Plan, 400 Feet" and a "Scale for the Profile, 60 Feet" at lower centre. Inset with a sectional profile of the - New York Map Company
1758 Map Pennsylvania | Allegheny | Pittsburgh Plan of Fort du Quesne, now Pitsburgh, as it was, before it was Demolish'd With a "Scale for the Plan, 400 Feet" and a "Scale for the Profile, 60 Feet" at lower centre. Inset with a sectional profile of the - New York Map Company

1758 Map Pennsylvania | Allegheny | Pittsburgh Plan of Fort du Quesne, now Pitsburgh, as it was, before it was Demolish'd With a "Scale for the Plan, 400 Feet" and a "Scale for the Profile, 60 Feet" at lower centre. Inset with a sectional profile of the

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Map size: 14 inches x 2 feet (35.56cm x 60.96cm) | Ready to frame in standard size frame (14x24) | Frame not included | Archival quality reproduction

1758 Map Pennsylvania | Allegheny | Pittsburgh Plan of Fort du Quesne, now Pitsburgh, as it was, before it was Demolish'd With a "Scale for the Plan, 400 Feet" and a "Scale for the Profile, 60 Feet" at lower centre. Inset with a sectional profile of the fort wall (scale approximately 1:720). Shows a lettered key (A-D) identifying locations within the fort at lower right including "C - Powder Magazine, Intended to have been Blown up, but the Match went out, before it reach'd the Powder". Compare with Maps K.Top.122.18. - a similar Map | by a different hand. Titled "A drawn Plan of Fort du Quesne, now Pittsburgh, as it was before it was demolished, 1758, by I.C. Pleydell" in the Catalogue of Maps, Prints, Drawings, etc., forming the geographical and topographical collection attached to the Library of his late Majesty King George the third, etc., London, 1829. Titled 'A colored "plan of Fort du Quesne (now Pittsburg), as it was before it was demolished, 1758;" drawn by J.C. Pleydell, on a scale of 100 feet to an inch, with profil on a scale of 20 feet to an inch: 1 f. 4 1/2 in. x 9 1/2 in. (Two copies)' in the Catalogue of the manuscript maps, charts, and plans, and of the topographical drawings in the British Museum. Fort Duquesne in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.