Historic Map - Ludlow, Vermont - 1859

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Bird's Eye View of Ludlow, VT, Windsor County, viewed from South Hill, published by Endicott & Co. in 1859.

Chartered by New Hampshire to Jared Lee, Esq. and 65 associates in 1761, the Ludlow charter originally consisted of 24,000 acres, but was reduced by 11,739 acres when Mount Holly township was formed, in Rutland County.

Beautifully colored, the view captures the town as it appeared before the Civil War. A train runs along the Rutland Railway, shown in the lower left.


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