From Ohio History Central
The map illustrates the first tract of Ohio land to be sold by the Continental Congress. The Ohio Company of Associates, composed of former Revolutionary War officers and soldiers, acquired the land. The company established the first permanent settlement at Marietta in April 1788. Among the Ohio Company's first directors were Rufus Putnam, Manasseh Cutler, and Winthrop Sargent.
Ohio Historical Society State Archives Series 4635, AL03613 from the Ohio Company's Purchase Allotments Collection.
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