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The First Actual Survey of The State of North Carolina

To David Stone and Peter Brown Esqrs,.. taken by the subscribers is repectively dedicated by their humble servants Jonathan Price and John Strother.

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Reference: A310
Date 1808
Hydrographer/Surveyor/Artist: Jonathan Price and John Strother
Size Of Original: w 62" x h 32"
Paper Type Innova Smooth Cotton Paper 310gms

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This map, perhaps above all others of its time, is quite simply a masterpiece of early American cartography. Made in the years following the Revolutionary war and the creation of the fledgling American Nation it epitomized the spirit which would eventually lead to the creation of modern day America.

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