'The Carrigain Map' is the most important American map of New Hampshire ever published.
Code: NewHampshire-carrigain-1814 Price: $9,500.00 Title:
New Hampshire by Recent Survey Made Under the Supreme Authority and Published according to Law by Philip Carrigain Consellor at Law and late Secretary of the State. / New Hampshire To his Excellency Jon Taylor Gilman Esq. and to the Honourable the Legislature of the State of New Hampshire this Map commenced under their Auspices and matured by their Patronage is most respectfully inscribed by their Obliged Servant Philip Carrigain.
Size: Printed area measures 60.5 x 46.5 inches (153.67 x 118.11 centimeters)
The most important and influential 18th century Colonial Era map of New England.
Code: MostInhabitedPartofNewEngland2-jeffreysmead-1774 Price: $11,000.00 Title:
A Map of the most Inhabited part of New England containing the Provinces of Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire, with the Colonies of Connecticut and Rhode Island, divided into Counties and Townships: The whole composed form Actual Surveys and its Situation adjusted by Astronomical Observations.
Size: Printed area measures 41 x 40 inches (104.14 x 101.6 centimeters)
The vital Hudson River Corridor during the American Revolutionary War.
Code: NewHampshire-marshall-1832 Price: $200.00 Title:
Map of the Country which was the scene of the Northern Army Including the Wilderness through which Gen. Arnold marched to attack Quebec.
Size: Printed area measures 10.5 x 8 inches (26.67 x 20.32 centimeters)