Plan of the Town & Port of Edenton in Chowan County
Titled 'A "plan of the town and port of Edenton, in Chowan county, North Carolina; surveyed and drawn in June, 1769, by C.J. Sauthier," Legend reads: "Plan of the Town and Port of Edenton in Chowan County North Carolina church, court house, "Goal", school house, tan yard, windmill, flag staff and wharf."
Click here for a larger and interactive version of this map, courtesy of the Norman B. Leventhal Map & Education Center at the Boston Public Library. The original map resides in the Britsh Library Collection.
Sauthier, Claude Joseph, "PLAN of the Town & Port of EDENTON in Chowan County NORTH CAROLINA." Map. 1769. Norman B Leventhal Map & Education center, https://collections.leventhalmap.org/search/commonwealth:hx11z435c (Accessed April 12, 2019)
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