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Old Lake Champlain USGS Maps
Suitable for Framing
Back to more maps of Lake Champlain

The United States Geological Survey made the first "topo" maps of the lake and its surrounding towns in the early 1900s. These maps are visually charming and historically useful.
We have assembled the old topos of the Lake area into 5 separate wall maps
.
 Each of our prints consists of 4 of the old maps stitched together to make a pleasant wall decoration.*
Prints of these and other Vermont USGS Maps are available for purchase on our new site

North - Canada to Colchester VT
(including Plattsburg, NY)

ca. 1916 USGS Map
A Composite made from 4 USGS Maps: Rouses Point 1895, St. Albans 1916, Milton 1915, Plattsburg 1906


 This is a detail section.

 

Middle - Burlington  to Crown Point

ca. 1905 USGS Map
A Composite made from 4 USGS Maps: Willsboro 1895,
Burlington 1906, Middlebury 1905, Port Henry 1898

South - Ticonderoga to Whitehall

ca. 1904 USGS Map
A Composite made from 4 USGS Maps: Ticonderoga 1902, Brandon 1904, Castleton 1897, Whitehall 1902

Burlington and Colchester  ca.1915

Burlington and Shelburne  ca.1915

* The original old topo maps measure 13" x 16". Our 4-map composite prints are slightly reduced to fit a standard 24" x 36" frame size. 
These 4-sheet maps are also available in a smaller size, 16"x24" or 18"x24", for $20 ea + $8 s/h..
These smaller prints are visually appealing, but the text is quite small. To order a smaller print, mail us a check or send payment via our special order form


Revised: 01/18/23
Copyright 2005 [Old Maps]. All rights reserved.