The improved part of the Province of Pennsylvania. 1759
Shows White Horse and many other taverns. Also shows Kennison’s home nearby. Roads near the tavern are “The Road to Philadelphia” from Lancaster, “The Road to Philadelphia” from Lebanon, Edgemont Road, Swedes Ford Road (to Plymouth), Road to Moorehall.
Pennsylvania exhibiting not only the improved parts of that Province, but also its extensive frontiers. 1770
Looks very similar to the 1759 map (even cites the same survey’s). Kennison home is still on map.
Attack made against the rebels near White Horse Tavern. 1777
Detailed map of the Paoli Massacre. Interestly the map is titled “Attack made against the rebels near White Horse Tavern”, and only marks Paoli as a town to the east of the battle. It was drawn by officer on the spot.
Operations of the British army, from the 25th August to 26th Sept. 1777
Shows events before and after the Battle of the White Horse Tavern, including commanding generals, dates, and positions.
Progress of the Army from their landing till taking possession of Philadelphia, 1777
Traces landing of troops at Elk until the capture of Philadelphia, very similar to the “Operations of the British Army” map, but includes additional details around Philadelphia.
Seat of war in the environs of Philadelphia. 1785
Chester County Map, 1816 by James Hindman
Chester County, Pennsylvania: from original surveys. 1847
Labeled as “White Horse Inn”. Also shows “Smithy” and “Store” on the opposite side of the road.
Chester County, Pennsylvania. 1856
Similar to 1847 map.
Chester Co., Pennsylvania. 1860
Not labeled as White Horse, but as home of A. Rittenbaugh. Rail road is shown, with White Horse Station.
Chester County Map 1873
Shows land owned by William Weightman (richest person in PA).
Ye improved part of Pensilvania in America. 1687
Shows the Welsh Tract, an area of about 40,000 acres, that Wm Penn set aside for Welsh Quakers to move from Britain to America.