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A Plan of Kennebek & Sagadahok Rivers, with the adjacent Coasts: taken from Actual Surveys, and dedicated to his Excely. William Shirley Esqr. Governor of Massachusets Bay Prov: in New England. By Thos: Johnston 1754. To which is added a draught of the Ri

Collection: Osher Atlas Collection

Title: A Plan of Kennebek & Sagadahok Rivers, with the adjacent Coasts: taken from Actual Surveys, and dedicated to his Excely. William Shirley Esqr. Governor of Massachusets Bay Prov: in New England. By Thos: Johnston 1754. To which is added a draught of the River La Chaudiere by a French Deserter the same Year. T. Kitchin sculpt.

Alternative Title: Frankfort, built by the Plymouth Company; Fort Halifax, built by the government of the Massachusetts, 1754; Fort Frederick at Crown Point, built by the French in 1731; An eye-draught, by a French deserter, in 1754. [inset map describing northward flow of La Chaudiere River from its head to St. Laurence River in Quebec and the portages which connect it to the Kennebec River in Maine]; Fort Western, Built by the Plymouth Company 1754

Barcode: 7404

Creator: Johnston, Thomas (1708 -1767), Kitchin, Thomas, 1718-1784

Date Range: 1731 - 1754

Printing Process: Engraving

Notes: 1754 - inscribed on map; 1731 - Inscribed on Map. Also contains inset diagrams of (left top to right bottom) Frankfort, built by the Plymouth Company, 1752, Fort Halifax, built by the government of the Massachusetts, 1754, Fort Western, built by the Plymouth Company, 1754, Fort Frederick at Crown Point, built by the French in 1731. Also included is an inset map titled An eye-draught, by a French deserter, in 1754. [inset map describing northward flow of La Chaudiere River from its head to St. Laurence River in Quebec and the portages which connect it to the Kennebec River in Maine]

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