Pease Map, 1796


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Pease Map, 1796

Seth Pease joined Moses Cleaveland's journey to the Western Reserve in 1796. He was hired to survey and produce maps of the new frontier. This map is considered the second map of Cleveland to distinguish it from a map produced by Amos Spafford during the same year. Notice that the map is oriented with North at the bottom of the map.

Which aspects of this 1796 map of Cleveland can still be seen in the city today?


This file appears in: Moses Cleaveland