Special List 29: New Hampshire
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554. A Topographical Map of the Province of New Hampshire, surveyed agreeably to the Orders and Instructions of the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners for Trade and Plantations unto Samuel Holland, Esqr., His Majesty's Surveyor General of Lands for the Northern District of North America; By the following Gentlemen His Deputies. . . . London: Printed for William Faden, Geographer to the King . . . March 1st, 1784. 1 inch to 4 miles. 2 sections, each 24½ x 34. Published. Townships, "patents," towns, roads, mills, and physical features. Filed as RG 77: US 9 (SF). 555. New-Hampshire, From Late Survey; To The Citizens of which this Map is most respectfully Dedicated by their obedient Servant, Edward Ruggles . . . O. T. Eddy, sc. [1819.] 1 inch to ca. 7 miles. 32 x 19. Counties (boundaries in color), townships, physical features, roads, and parts of adjoining States and Canada. . . . There are symbols for buildings, but no explanation is given concerning these symbols. Inset illustration of "View of Bellows Falls and Mansion House Hotel." Filed as RG 77: US 106 (SF). 556. New Hampshire, by Recent Survey, Made under the Supreme Authority and Published according to Law by Philip Carrigain, Counsellor at Law and late Secretary of the State . . . 1818 . . . W. Harrison Sc[ulptor]. J. J. Barralet, del. 1 inch to 3 miles. 2 sections, 30½ x 47. Annotated published. Includes parts of adjoining States. Counties, townships, roads, ferries, bridges, county seats, post towns, churches, academies, universities and colleges, iron foundries, cotton factories, mills, and 1810 population figures for individual townships. Map annotated to show ". . . John Clinton's (U.S. Engineer) surveys & reconnesances [sic] in Vermont and New Hampshire in 1825." Table lists population statistics for States and several cities in 1810. Map is dedicated to the Governor and the State Legislature. Inset illustrations of scenic views. Inset map of the United States to the Mississippi River including Louisiana, showing towns, roads, and military posts. Scale is 1 inch to 75 miles. Also an inset map of "The States of the Union East of the Hudson With the adjacent British Colonies [in Canada]," showing towns and roads. Scale is 1 inch to 30 miles. Filed as RG 77: US 28 (OS). 557. Post Route Map of the States of New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Parts of New York and Maine . . . by W. L. Nicholson, Topographer of P.O. Dep't., 1866. . . . Eng. by D. McClelland . . . Lithd. by P. S. David . . . brought up to date of Oct. 1, 1867. 1 inch to 6 miles. 2 sections, each 31 x 41½. Published. State boundaries in color. Frequency and types of mail service, mileages between post offices, counties, towns, and railroads. Post routes shown in color to illustrate number of deliveries per week (once, twice, three times, six times). Tables list statistical information such as distances between principal eastern cities, and population and areas of States shown on map. Filed as RG 28: Regional Maps, Folder 1. 558. Post Route Map of the States of New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and parts of New York and Maine. Showing post offices with the intermediate distances and mail routes in operation on the 1st of June, 1894. Published . . . under the direction of A. von Haake, Topographer, P.O. Dept. 1 inch to 6 miles. 2 sections, each 32½ x 41. Published. Frequency and types of mail service, mileages between post offices, discontinued post offices, counties, towns, railroads, and physical features. Post routes in color to show frequency of service. Most of Rhode Island portion is missing. Inset map of "Environs of Boston" shows carrier stations of the Boston post office and railroad lines. Scale 1 inch to 3 miles. Filed as RG 28: Regional Maps, Folder 27. 559. [Map of the States of New Hampshire and Vermont compiled in the U.S. Geological Survey, 1911-14.] 1 inch to ca. 8 miles. 30 x 22. Published. County names and boundaries, villages and cities, steam and electric railroad lines, and drainage features. Noted: "Advance sheet. Subject to corrections." Also a copy of this map reprinted in 1918. Filed as RG 57: Published State Maps, New Hampshire, 1911-14. See also entries 156, 158, 161, 372, and 373.Please note: This web version may differ from other versions.