Map of the Country which was the scene of Operations of the Northern Army Including the Wilderness Through which Genl. Arnold marched to attack Quebec

Collection: Story Sheet Map Collection

Title: Map of the Country which was the scene of Operations of the Northern Army Including the Wilderness Through which Genl. Arnold marched to attack Quebec

Barcode: 2274

Printmaker: Yeager, Joseph, approximately 1792-1859

Region Depicted: New England · New Hampshire · Vermont · Maine · New York (State) · Massachusetts · Québec (Province)

Date Produced: 1822

Date Published: 1822

Language: English

Historical Context: General Benedict Arnold lead an expedition to attack Quebec City. The map shows the route taken by Arnold and marks the progress of the expedition between September 22, 1775 and November 9, 1775 with date notations.

Subjects: Yeager, Joseph, approximately 1792-1859 · New England · New Hampshire · Vermont · Maine · New York (State) · Massachusetts · Arnold, Benedict, 1741-1801 · Military maneuvers · Québec (Province)

Map Type: Historical, Thematic

Dimensions: 25 x 19 cm.

Printing Process: Engraving

Printing Technique: Copper

Material Type: Paper

Notes: Note below neat line: "Engraved by J. Yeager." In upper right corner: "6"

Brief Description: Historical map of New England showing the locations of towns, forts, and waterways. Map also shows the route taken by General Benedict Arnold in leading an attack on Quebec.

Physical Description: 1 map: hand colored, illustrated

Theme: From Colonies to Local Control: Mapping North America, 1494 to 1867

Collection/Donor: Story

Permanent URL: http://www.oshermaps.org/map/2274.0001