From Indignant Protest to Hesitant Revolutionaries: Maryland and the American Revolution, 1765-1776

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1776, March. Map of The Theatre of War in North America, with the Roads and a Table of the Distances ..... [London]: Printed for R. Sayer and J. Bennett.... 20 by 16 inches (map only) courtesy of the Clements Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan. MSA SC 2221-2-20.

The map depicts the area east of the Mississippi River from James Bay to Cape Canaveral, and locates provincial boundaries, towns, forts, roads, Indian villages, New England fishing waters, etc. An inset is comprised of "Evan's Polymetric Table of Amercia," which provides for the calculation of the distance between most prominent towns. There is text below the map which is missing from this on-line copy and is "A Compendious Account of the British Colonies in North America," which devotes a paragraph of description to each of the North American colonies, including Florida, Canada, and the Province of Quebec as well as Maryland. See Sellers & Van EE, Maps and Charts of North American and the West Indies 1750-1789, 149. For the map with the full text, see an on-line copy at the Bibliotheque nationale du Quebec,

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