REPRODUCTION 1858 ADAMS COUNTY MAP

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These beautiful reproduction maps from Thomas Publications measure 54"x38" and feature several local landmarks around its edges. The map was originally published by M.S. & E. Converse, Publishers from Actual Survey by G.M. Hopkins C.E., Philadelphia. This map is the version that was carried by General Robert E. Lee during the Gettysburg Campaign.

Surrounding the county map at center are street maps of the various small towns in the county, including McSherrystown, Abbotstown, Heidlersburg, Littlestown, Bendersville, Fairfield, Mummasburg, Arendtsville, East Berlin, New Oxford, Hunterstown, and of course, one of Gettysburg. There is also a Table of Distances. Also included are several line drawing of significant structures in the area - Pennsylvania College (Gettysburg College), Eagle Hotel, County Prison, the residence of David McCreary, the Lutheran Theological Seminary, the Evergreen Cemetery Gatehouse, Fahenstock Bros. Store, and more.

These maps are unfortunately too large for us to ship in one of our mailling tubes, so must be purchased in the store; we can also deliver them to any of the militaria shows we set up at during the course of the year.

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