The Fry-Jefferson map, first
published in 1753, was the definitive map of Virginia in the eighteenth century.
Created by two of the colony's most accomplished surveyors, Joshua Fry and Peter Jefferson, A Map of the
Inhabited Part of Virginia containing the whole Province of Maryland, with Part of
Pensilvania, New Jersey and North Carolina included their completed border
survey for the western bounds of the Northern Neck and a portion of the Virginia–North Carolina . . .
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