By the time William Darby drew this plan, Pittsburgh had become the main point of departure for settlers bound for the Ohio Valley. The city appears here as enlarged by the heirs of William Penn from its original modest size. Of special interest is the town of Allegheny to the north, planned by the State of Pennsylvania with a great central square and surrounding common land.

Size: 20 x 17 inches – Black & White, Cover-stock Paper

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