NOTE: The information provided here is supplementary to “Reflecting on the Price-Strother Map of North Carolina: An Uncommon Exercise for an Uncommon Map”, a history of this magnificent map published in the Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts.
There are four NC Map Blog supplements to the MESDA article:
Price-Strother map in contemporary letters (this page, scroll down)
Contemporary letters referencing the Price-Strother map
Aaron Burr was most renowned for being Vice President during Jefferson’s first term, and while in that office, killing Alexander Hamilton in a duel. Continue reading “Price-Strother map in contemporary letters”