• Creator
  • Freeman, Charlotte F
  • Created Date
  • 1830
  • Description
  • Copying maps onto paper was a common assignment for both girls and boys attending academies in the 19th century, as students practiced geography and penmanship simultaneously. This map of New England details towns, counties and natural features such as rivers and lakes from Maine to Connecticut. Shows the New England states with their counties delineated. Norman B. Leventhal Map Center copy gift of Bank of America. Charlotte F. Freeman. Manusc... more
    Copying maps onto paper was a common assignment for both girls and boys attending academies in the 19th century, as students practiced geography and penmanship simultaneously. This map of New England details towns, counties and natural features such as rivers and lakes from Maine to Connecticut. Shows the New England states with their counties delineated. Norman B. Leventhal Map Center copy gift of Bank of America. Charlotte F. Freeman. Manuscript "schoolgirl" map drawn by Charlotte F. Freeman, ca. 1830. less
  • Format
  • Maps
  • Rights
  • No known copyright restrictions. This work is licensed for use under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike License (CC BY-NC-SA).