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Special List 29: List of Selected Maps of States and Territories

Special List No. 29

Vermont


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801. A Topographical Map of the State of Vermont from actual

     Survey. . . . Engrav'd and Printed for William Blodget by

     Amos Doolittle. . . . 1789.

     1 inch to ca. 4½ miles. 39 x 30½. Published. Counties (in

color), townships, roads, meetinghouses, forts, mills, iron

works, and physical features. "Most Humbly Dedicated to his

Excellency Thomas Chittenden, Esqr., Governor and Commander in

Chief; The Honorable the Council and the Honorable the

Representatives of said State; By their Most Obedient and Devoted

Humble Servant, William Blodget." Filed as RG 77: US 107 (SF).

802. A Map of the State of Vermont. Drawn under the Direction of

     Ira Allen, Esqr., late Surveyor Genl. of the said State, for

     his History thereof. London, March 28th, 1798 . . . Engraved

     by I. Pabner.

     1 inch to ca. 17 miles. 18½ x 22½. Published. Counties,

towns, forts, colleges, physical features, and parts of New York,

New Hampshire, Maine, and Canada. Filed as RG 77: US 13 (SF).

803. Vermont. From Actual Survey With all the late Additions &

     Improvements, by James Whitelaw, Esq., Late Surveyor

     General. To His Excellency Richard Skinner, Esq., This Map

     Is Respectfully Dedicated By The Publishr., Ebenezer

     Hutchinson, Hartford, Vt., A.D. 1821.

     1 inch to ca. 7 miles. 46½ x 32½. Annotated published.

County names and boundaries, township names and boundaries,

roads, meetinghouses, courthouses, grammar schools, dwelling

houses, various types of mills, forts, iron works. Also shown are

populations and dates of grants of townships. Filed as RG 77: US

48.

804. Vermont. From Actual Survey With all the late Additions &

     Improvements, by James Whitelaw, Esq., Late Surveyor

     General. M.M. Peabody, sc. To his Excellency Richard

     Skinner, Esq., This Map Is Respectfully Dedicated By The

     Publishr. . . . 1824. Ebenezer Hutchinson.

     1 inch to 3¾ miles. 47 x 32. Published. Counties (boundaries

in color), townships, dates of grants and 1820 population of

townships, roads, meetinghouses, courthouses, grammar schools,

names of some residents, mills, iron works, ferries, post towns,

forts, and physical features. Tables listing population by county

in Vermont for 1820 and population of States of the Union in 1810

and 1820. Inset illustration "View of the Village of Montpelier

Taken from Mill Point in Berlin." By Mrs. S. I. Watrous. Filed as

RG 77: US 92.

805. [Map of] Vermont and New Hampshire. [ca. 1840.]

     1 inch to ca. 14 miles. 18 x 14. Published. Counties,

townships, major towns, roads, railroads, canals, and physical

features. States shaded yellow. Annotated to show a few

additional roads and towns. Filed as Ref. Coll.: Vermont, 1840.

806. Map of the State of Vermont, from Surveys under the

     Direction of H. F. Walling. Drawn, Engraved, Printed,

     Colored, and Mounted at H. F. Walling's Map Establishment .

     . . Published by Johnson & Browning. [1859]

     1 inch to ca. 2½ miles. 4 sections, each 31 x 31. Published.

County boundaries and townships in color. Dates of charters and

population of townships, railroads, roads, towns, churches,

cemeteries, forts, mills, quarries, mineral deposits, sites and

dates of battles, schools, and physical features. List of "sub-

scribers" with their addresses and occupations. Inset map:

"Geological Map of the State of Vermont, Compiled by Albert D.

Hager, 1859." Geological formations shown in color. Inset plans

of Proctorsville (Cavendish), Middleton, St. Albans, Winooski

Village, Burlington, Middlebury, Montpelier, St. Johnsbury,

Rutland, West Rutland, Bennington, Bennington Centre, Rutland

Centre, West Rutland Marble Quarries, Manchester, Factory Point

(Manchester), Bakersfield, Wells Corners, Woodstock, Bellows

Falls, Vergennes, Benson, Fair Haven, Danbyborough, Castleton,

East Poultney, West Poultney, West Pawlet, Hydenville

(Castleton), Fayetteville, Scotch Hill (Fair Haven), and

Brattleborough. Inset "View of the Capitol at Washington" and

view of "New State Capitol [at] Montpelier." Small pieces of map

are missing. Filed as Ref. Coll.: Vermont, 1859.

807. Map of the State of Vermont from Surveys under the Direction

     of H. F. Walling. Drawn, Engraved, Printed . . . at H. F.

     Walling's Map Establishment . . . Published by Albert D.

     Hager, Proctorsville, Vt. [n.d.]

     1 inch to ca. 2½ miles. 2 sections, each 32½ x 42½.

Published. County boundaries and townships are shown in color.

Railroads, roads, settlements, churches, cemeteries, grist and

saw mills, quarries, mineral deposits, sites and dates of

battles, schools, and physical features. Also shows population

figures for 1850 and 1860 and dates of charter and settlement for

each township. It is noted on the map that 1850 population

figures are according to the 1850 census and those for 1875 (?)

are according to the 1860 census. Inset map: "Geological Map of

the State of Vermont Compiled by Albert D. Hager." Geological

formations are shown in color. Filed as RG 77: U 4.

See also entries 158, 159, 161 in Connecticut,

371, 372 in Maine,

556, 558 in New Hampshire.

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