c 1840 ''A NEW MAP OF PENNSYLVANIA...'' - Tanner


''A NEW MAP OF PENNSYLVANIA WITH ITS CANALS, RAIL-ROADS & DISTANCES...''  Philadelphia:  Henry S. Tanner, c. 1840.  Engraved map with original hand-coloring. (Image: 10 5/8 x 13 1/4’’)

This map depicts Pennsylvania with counties named and in contrasting outline color.  Topographical features are shown, and major cities, towns, mountains, waterways, railroads (existing & proposed) and canals (existing & proposed) are identified.

The chart along the top shows the ''Profile of the Pennsylvania Canal'' & ''Columbia Rail Road''. Along the bottom are steamboat distances from Pittsburgh to Louisville, Philadelphia to New York & Baltimore.

Shhipped in archival 16x19'' mat


  • Inventory# M-7863