What does the title tell you about this map? Why are some places outside of New Hampshire labeled?
What do you notice about the material and condition of this map? What do those words say?
Who do you think these people are, and why are their names here? What do the abbreviations after their names mean?
What do these different types of lines mean? Where else are these lines used?
How do the mapmakers help us see the difference between land and water on the map? This large lake isn’t labeled. Which one could it be?
The mapmakers are using a technique to show a change in the land. What do these shaded points represent? Is there another name for the White Hills?
Why aren’t as many towns labeled in this part of the state?
If you follow the rivers north, where do they go? Where do they go if you follow them south?
Degrees of longitude and latitude appear around the border of the map. How do they help you read the map?
The map’s scale bar helps you calculate the real distances represented on the map.
Only a quarter of a compass rose is shown on this map. The decoration at the top means that direction is north.