Connecticut - Five New England States in Context

Connecticut - Five New England States in Context

Code: connecticut-five-new-england-states-in-context

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Connecticut - Five New England States in Context

New England is seldom thought of as the Northern Appalachians and their associated coastal plain, but that's a very accurate summary description.  Not quite ALL of the northern Appalachians: the western edge of the Taconic mountains still belongs to New York. The mountainous slopes south of the St. Lawrence River Valley are Canadian, and of course New England's coastal towns hardly feel Appalachian at all.  But that's the point of this "in context" map series: expanding the viewpoint, getting past unexamined assumptions. colors.

The Five New England States map includes Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Neighboring portions of Quebec (and a small corner of Ontario), Maine, New York and New Jersey are included in less intense


Small: 1:1.25 million, 1” = approximately 20 miles

Medium: 1:1 million, 1” = approximately 16 miles    

Large: 1:750,000, 1” = approximately 12 miles

Dimensions: All map dimensions are approximate.