An attractive and fascinating map of Kentucky and Tennessee, one of the earliest American made maps of these states. The border is indicated between the two states, running at the 37th parallel. Indian boundaries are also shown, as is the southern boundary of the military reservation set aside for veterans of the North Carolina troops. Rivers are especially prominent, and settlements and roads are also shown throughout the region, including the “New & Short Road to Virginia.” Many forts are indicated, including Fort Washington (Cincinnati), Fort Massac in Illinois, and just to the north of the neat line, Fort Jefferson. An excellent eighteenth century American document.