MapThis map of the peninsula between Delaware & Chesopeak Bays, with the said bays and shores adjacent drawn from the most accurate surveys. "John Churchman (1753-1805), a Quaker surveyor and cartographer from Nottingham, Pennsylvania, produced this hand-colored map for the American Philosophical Society in order to support the proposed construction of a canal between the Delaware and Chesapeake bays. The mapped area covers the Delmarva Peninsula, Chesapeake Bay, and Delaware Bay. It presents in particular detail the anchorages and navigational hazards along the shoals and sandbanks of...
- Contributor: American Philosophical Society - Churchman, John
- Date: 1778
MapThe State of Maryland from the best authorities. "This map of Maryland appeared in General Atlas for Carey's Edition of Guthrie's Geography Improved, published in Philadelphia in 1795. The map extends from the Delaware Bay westward to northeastern Virginia and indicates the state's principal towns, roads, and counties, as well as mountains, rivers, and the bordering states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia. It shows the following counties: Anne Arundel (spelled...
- Contributor: Lewis, Samuel - Guthrie, William - Barker, W. (William) - Carey, Mathew
- Date: 1795
Map[Ville, port, et rade de Baltimore dans le Maryland. "Ville, port, et rade de Baltimore (City, port and harbor of Baltimore) is a manuscript map, in pen-and-ink and watercolor, that depicts the harbor and environs of Baltimore, Maryland, towards the end of the Revolutionary War. The map was created by Louis-Alexandre Berthier (1753-1815), a young French officer who accompanied the army of the Comte de Rochambeau to North America in 1780 and served...
- Contributor: Berthier, Louis-Alexandre
- Date: 1781