This is one of the more fascinating maps we have come across. It shows every single location George Washington visited during his life, all up and down the east coast. From Savannah in the south to Kittery, Maine in the north. The map below was done by the National Geographic Magazine in honor of the first president’s 200th birthday.

Done by the National Geographic Magazine
Done by the National Geographic Magazine

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1931 map of George Washington's travels
Relief shown by hachures. “Prepared in accordance with the Joint Act of Congress known as the 71st Congress, Second Session, S.3398, in cooperation with the United States Commission for the Celebration of the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of George Washington.” Includes insets: New York and the lower Hudson — Mount Vernon — Tidewater Virginia — Boston and vicinity — Philadelphia and vicinity. Source: Columbia University

The map is incredibly large in size, so here are a couple interesting close-ups for you to check out.

George Washington's travels in the mid-Atlantic near Washington and Baltimore
George Washington’s travels in the mid-Atlantic near Washington and Baltimore
George Washington’s travels in Massachusetts and New England