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Scale: 1 inch = circa 66 miles. Hand-colored map from J.T. Scott's New and Universal Gazetteer, 1798-1800. Notations include early settlements, military reservations, and the location of Native American villages. Map indicates terrain in some areas (e.g. "high broken ground" and "way nearly level"). The Mero district is shown divided into Sumner, Davidson, and Tennassee with "Naskville" also noted. Fort Massac is noted on the Ohio River. Includes portions of Kentucky, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Louisiana.


18 x 21 cm


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