A beautiful example of the American map publisher Samuel Augustus Mitchell Jr.'s 1867 map of New Hampshire and Vermont. Centered on the Connecticut River, which forms the border between New Hampshire and Vermont, this map covers both states as well as adjacent parts of Massachusetts, Maine, New York and Canada. Identifies Killington Peak and Camel's Hump in Vermont, now popular ski resorts. This map also identifies various cities, towns, rivers and an assortment of additional topographical details. Map is color coded according to political boundaries with elevation rendered by hachure. One of the most attractive American atlas maps of this region to appear in the mid-19th century. Features the vine motif border typical of Mitchell maps issued between 1866 and 1882. Prepared by S.A. Mitchell for inclusion as plate no. 14 in the 1867 issue of Mitchell's New General Atlas. Dated and copyrighted, 'entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1867 by S. Augustus Mitchell Jr. in the Clerks Office of the District Court for the eastern District of Pennsylvania.'