[corresponds to legend and note below the map of the state of Ohio by Rufus Putnam, Surveyor General of the United States]
[small shaded box] Tracts of land ceded to the United States by the Indian Tribes 1795.
References [dot] Towns
[two small triangles] Indian villages
NB. The river Cayahoga, Tuscarawas Branch, the Indian boundary lines, the Ohio River
with the river and smaller streams running into the Ohio flows [illegible]
as far as the Indian boundary with the subdividing lines laid down agreeable
to actual survey except the Ohio from the Scioto river to the little Miami, and
the Virginia reservation: these, with the Indian land Detroit [illegible] are taken from [illegible] Map corrected by the latest observations.
January 1804 Scale of 20 miles to an inch