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Maps of the French and Indian War
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1 of 14 North America from the French of Mr. D'Anville.
Based on map by Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville, with revisions.
London: Published by Thomas Jefferys, 1755.
2 of 14 An Authentic Plan of the River St. Laurence.
London: Published by Thomas Jefferys, 1759.
3 of 14 A Plan of Quebec.
London: Published by E. Oakley, 1759.
4 of 14 Interactive Feature Map:
A Prospective Plan of the Battle fought near Lake George on the 8th of September 1755
Drawing by Samuel Blodget, engraving by Thomas Johnston.
Boston, 1755.
5 of 14 Plan of Kennebeck & Sagadahock Rivers.
Engraving by Thomas Johnston.
Boston, 1754.
6 of 14 A Survey of Lake Champlain.
Drawing by William Brassier.
London: Published by Robert Sayer and J. Bennett, 1776.
7 of 14 Land of the Sioux and Padoucas.
Engraving by Thomas Kitchin.
London: Published by John Mitchell, 1755.
8 of 14 New England, New York, part of Canada, part of Pennsylvania.
Engraving by Thomas Kitchin.
London: Published by John Mitchell, 1755.
9 of 14 Map of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.
Engraving by Thomas Kitchin.
London: Published by John Mitchell, 1755.
10 of 14 Map of New Hampshire and Hudson River, with inset map of Boston.
London: Published by Thomas Jefferys, 1774.
11 of 14 Map of New Hampshire.
Drawing by Joseph Blanchard and Samuel Langdon.
London: Published by Thomas Jefferys, after 1761.
12 of 14 Map of western Pennsylvania.
by W. Scull.
London: Published by Robert Sayer and J. Bennett, 1775.
13 of 14 A Plan of the City and Fortress of Louisbourg.
Drawing by Richard Gridley, engraving by P. Pelham
Boston: Published by J. Smibert 1746.
14 of 14 A Plan of the Havana.
Drawing by Thomas Kitchin.
London: Published by J. Boydell and R. Willock, 1762.
Plans of Forts A Set of Plans and Forts in America, 1765.
Published in 1765 by Mary Ann Rocque, widow of John Rocque and Topographer to His Royal Highness the Duke of Glouchester, this book contains 30 plans of forts in North America.