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Large rare, engraved antique map showing nice details of the waters in the vicinity od Saybrook.  The coastal features are well defined and there is a street grid for Saybrook. The lighthouse is clearly shown on the western side of the mouth of the Connecticut River. At Griswold's or Eastern Point a single apple tree is drawn and labeled "Leaning Apple".  This map is a reduced version of the survey map by J.W. Adams.

1839 Map of Connecticut River and Saybrook Harbor

SKU: 2187
  • Title

    Map of the Mouth of the Connecticut River and Saybrook Harbour.  Reduced from the Orginal  Survey of J.W. Adams.  Made under the Direction of Capt. WH Swift

  • Map Maker Specifics

    US Government, 1839

  • Size

    24.5 x 29 in. plus margins

  • Condition

    Near Fine, a touch of offset, uncolored; Folds as issued.   Good impression on thick paper.

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