- VINTAGE MAP REPRODUCTION: You’ll love this high quality historic reproduction of 1831 Map of Bucks County Pennsylvania. Our museum quality maps are archival grade, which means it will look great and last without fading for over 100 years. Our print to order maps are made in the USA and each map is inspected for quality. This beautiful artwork is a perfect addition to your themed decor. Vintage maps look great in the home, study or office. They make a perfect gift as well.
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- A LOOK BACK AT HISTORY: This is an impressive, historic reproduction of 1831 Map of Bucks County Pennsylvania. This print is from an original found in the maps and geography division of the US Library of Congress. A true piece of history. See our product description section for more fascinating information about this historic map and its significance.
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One of the three original counties founded by William Penn in 1632, Bucks County, has a rich history and deep roots in American History. Published by prolific American cartographer and engraver Henry Schenck Tanner in 1831 during what is considered the ‘golden age’ of American mapmaking, this is truly an authentic piece of cartographical History and unique depiction of the past.
During the American Revolution, General Washington and his troops camped in Bucks County as they prepared to attack Hessian encampments in Trenton, NJ. They crossed the Delaware River on December 26, 1776, and defeated Johann Rall and his troops in the Battle of Trenton; this victory marked a turning point in the War for Independence and was commemorated in 1917 with the opening of the Washington Crossing Park, where 13 historic structures stand to this day.
Immediately Northeast of Philadelphia, this depiction shows the region in a time of considerable growth and prosperity. As Philadelphia grew, immigrants and residents moved into the town of Bensalem, the largest in Bucks County. In the early 19th century, the rise of manufacturing jobs spurred population growth. One of the most iconic estates in Pennsylvania, Andalusia, or the Nicholas Biddle Estate is found in Bensalem, and the Greek Revival architecture is one of the most excellent examples in the United States.
Pennsylvania’s rich heritage goes back as far as any place in American History, and Bucks County is deeply rooted in this legacy.
Bucks County Townships Today: Bedminster, Bensalem, Bridgeton, Bristol, Buckingham, Doylestown, Durham, East Rockhill, Falls, Haycock, Hilltown, Lower Makefield, Lower Southampton, Middletown, Milford, New Britain, Newtown, Nockamixon, Northampton, Plumstead, Richland, Solebury, Springfield, Tinicum, Upper Makefield, Upper Southampton, Warminster, Warrington, Warwick, West Rockhill, Wrightstown.