Maps

The following is a list of Mill River watershed maps, some technical, some historical (many are available for download). We hope to keep this collection growing, if you know of a great map we could feature here please let us know.

Featured Maps

2011

The Mill River Watershed

The Mill River Watershed. A map created by Hillary King from MassGis data and her own work with ArcGIS software.

 

1895

The first US Geological Survey topographic map of the watershed.

Historical Maps

Courtesy of the Northampton Dept. of Public Works and the Forbes Library.

1700


A sketch map from G.R.J. Cestre, a Sorbonne professor who wrote about the geographical evolution of Northampton while he was a visiting professor at Smith College in the 1960s.
Download a PDF of the 1700 Northampton Map

1790


A map that the 19th-century historian J.R. Trumbull made, delineating the home lots of first settlers in Northampton
Download a PDF of the 1790 Northampton Map

1794

A sketch map of Northampton made by J. Denisson, a surveyor in 1794.
Download a PDF of the 1790 Northampton Map

1831

A survey of Northampton done for the selectmen.
Download a PDF of the 1831 Northampton Map

1853

The Presdee & Edwards map of Northampton
Download a PDF of the 1853 Northampton Map

1860

The Henry Walling map of Hampshire Co., Northampton only
Download a PDF of the 1860 Northampton Map

1873

A map of Northampton and Easthampton
Download a PDF of the 1873 Map of Northampton and Easthampton Map

1873

A map of Bay State
Download a PDF of the 1873 Map of Bay State

1875

Birdseye view of Northampton
Download a PDF of the 1875 Map of Northampton

1886

Birdseye View of Haydenville

1903

A sketch map of  Northampton and Florence by Price & Lee.
Download a PDF of the 1903 Map of Northampton and Florence

Other Maps

1854

Map of Hampshire County, Massachusetts. Surveys by Wm. J. Barker, published by James D. Scott & Owen McLeran, Philadelphia. Boston Public Library.

1856

A Topographical Map of Hampshire County Massachusetts. Walling, Henry F. (Superintendant of the State Map).  Boston Public Library.

 

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