Rare map of Detroit hand-drawn in 1790 before the British evacuated the city surfaces in Canadian home

Rare map of Detroit hand-drawn in 1790 before the British evacuated the city surfaces in Canadian home
 

A hand-drawn, late 18th-century map of Detroit has joined a trove of historical artifacts from the city and America.
The University of Michigan's Clements Library now holds the map that's been authenticated by experts as an original.
Rough sketch of the King's Domain at Detroit was signed by its author, D.W. Smith, in 1790.
Brian Dunnigan, the library's associate director and map curator, calls it a 'special find' in a Tuesday release.
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29 September 2016 in Travel, Views: 45
Source: Daily Mail
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