|Title:||Map; Adams County, I. W. Field and Co. (Original Print)1872.|
This map is from a disassembled "Atlas of Adams County Pennsylvania, 1872." Mount Pleasant is highlighted in green. Three towns are indicated in Mount Pleasant Township: White Hall (also known as Redland), Mount Rock (Centennial) and Newville (Bonneauville). For a few years around 1872 Bonaghtown was named Newville.
Three mending tape marks stain the lower left corner. 13" x 15"
|Acquired from:||Mel's Antiques, Gettysburg, PA|