A map of New-England, being the first that ever was here cut, and done by the best pattern that could be had, which being in some places defective, it made the other less exact: Yet doth it sufficiently show the situation of the country & conveniently...

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    Hubbard, William, 1621 or 2-1704.

    Title: A map of New-England, being the first that ever was here cut, and done by the best pattern that could be had, which being in some places defective, it made the other less exact: Yet doth it sufficiently show the situation of the country & conveniently well the distances of places.

    Publisher: [S.l. : s.n., 1677?]
    Scale: ca. 1:900,000
    1 map: 31 x 40 cm
    Notes: Oriented with north to the right. Relief shown pictorially. From Hubbard, William, "Narrative of the troubles with the Indians in New England" "The figures that are joyned with the names of places are to distinguish such as have been assaulted by Indians from others." Reproduced from the original in the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center. Please contact the Dodd Research Center for copy rights.

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