Road from Quibbletown to Amboy map - Scull - Erskine Map
1778 Map - Scull-Erskine
This is A. A. Boom's redrawn version of a 1778 map titled "Road from Quibbletown to Amboy and places by bearings".
Original Boom drawing is at:
The The Somerset County Historical Society of New Jersey, (908) 218-1281.
9 Van Veghten Dr., Bridgewater -
Original Map is at the New York Historical Society > N-YHS Digital Collections > Witness to the Early American Experience > Robert Erskine-Simeon DeWitt maps, 1778-1783
Quibbletown is roughly where the New Market part of Piscataway is now and Piscatawaytown was south of there.
George Washington's Map Maker (New Brunswick, N. J.: Rutgers University Press, 1966).
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by Robert Erskine F.R.S. Geogr. A. U.S. and Assistants ; pr Capt. Scull.
Military topographic map. Covers Somerset and Middlesex Counties in New Jersey and Richmond County in New York. Shows roads running through Milltown, South Branch, Raritan, Finderne, Hillsboro, Millstone, Boundbrook, Newmarket, Samptown, South Plainfield, New Brunswick, Metuchen, Bonham Town, Fairfild Union, Perth Amboy and Elizabeth. Also shows "American Camp," buildings and owners' names, landforms and streams.
Shows relief by hachures.
Roads Then and Now: Then Now Basking Ridge Rd. Vosseller Ave.  Quibbletown Rd. Rock Ave. Lincoln's Gap King Gorge Rd. [1,2] Mordecai's Gap, | Wayne's Gap, |Vosseller Ave. [1,2] Oliver's Gap | North of the Rariton Lotts p. 94
 Angelakos Map
Note: Liesenbein in "Report on a Preliminary Archaeological Investigation of the Alleged Site of the 1777 Summer Encampment of Wayne's Brigade at Middlebrook, NJ", 1974, p. 17, states that "No Revolutionary War map with passes labelled Wayne's and Lincoln's is known to exist at this time."
"George Washington's Maps - A Biography of Robert Erskine", Albert Heusser, 1928, Rutgers Univ. Press