Maker: Walling and Gray.
This antique, hand-colored map was published in the 1872 "New Topographical Atlas of the State of Pennsylvania with Descriptions Historical, Scientific, and Statistical," by Walling and Gray. This map shows counties, major cities, geological formations, and details railroad stations and post offices. Huntingdon County includes the towns of Barree, Brady, Carbon, Cass, Clay, Cromwell, Dublin, Franklin, Henderson, Hopewell, Jackson, Juniata, Lincoln, Logan, Miller, Morris, Oneida, Penn, Porter, Shirley, Smithfield, Springfield, Spruce Creek, Tell, Todd, Union, Walker, Warriors Mark, West, and Wood. Juniata County includes the towns of Beale, Delaware, Fayette, Fermanagh, Greenwood, Lack, Milford, Monroe, Spruce Hill, Susquehanna, Turbett, Tuscarora, and Walker. Mifflin County includes the towns of Armagh, Bratton, Brown, Decatur, Derry, Granville, Menno, Oliver, Union, and Wayne. Perry County includes the towns of Buffalo, Carroll, Centre, Greenwood, Howe, Jackson, Juniata, Liverpool, Miller, Northeast Madison, Oliver, Penn, Rye, Saville, Southwest Madison, Spring, Toboyne, Tuscarora, Tyrone, Watts, and Wheatfield. This map is in very good antique condition overall, with some minor toning and foxing, water mark at lower border beyond the neatline. It measures approximately 17.5 x 14 inches.
Item Number: MAT150