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Conecticut at the time of the ratification of the constitution
Romans, Bernard
Conecticut at the time ...
1937
Separate Map
 
Author
Romans, Bernard
Full Title
Connecticut and part of adjacent. (By Bernard Romans, 1777) at Amsterdam, Coven and Mortier and Covens junior... H. Klockhoff sculpt. Reprinted 1937 by U.S. Geological Survey. (in upper margin) Conecticut at the time of the ratification of the constitution, from 1780 original ... Issued by the United States Constitution Sesquicentennial Commission.
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Map of Connecticut and Long Island. Relief shown by hachures. Includes historical text and tables. Series: "This map is one of a series of similar colored maps, depicting the 13 original states, from New Hampshire to Georgia at the time of the formation of the Constitution ..."
Composite: Steven's facsimile of British head quarters manuscript map of New York
Great Britain. War Offi...
Composite: Steven's fac...
1782
[Manuscript Map, Separa...
 
Author
[Great Britain. War Office, Stevens, Benjamin Franklin]
Full Title
(Composite of) B.F. Steven's Facsimile of the Unpublished British Head Quarters Coloured Manuscript map of New York & Environs, 1782, Reproduced from the original drawing in the War Office, London. Issued only to subscribers at 4, Trafalgar Square, W.C., London. 1900. Malby and Sons. Engravers.
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(Composite removing linen gaps between sections). From the printed advertisement for the map: "BF STEVENS'S Facsimile of the Unpublished British Headquarters Coloured Manuscript Map of New York and Environs 1782. Reproduced from the Original Drawing in the War Office London. 24 sheets Scale 6 1/2 inches to a mile. 10 feet by 4 feet. The successive British Commanders in Chief in America Generals Sir William Howe, Sir Henry Clinton, and Sir Guy Carleton during their respective occupations of New York and Environs in the Revolution caused this manuscript plan from time to time to be kept up. The plan extends from below Guanas Bay to the Heights of Spikendevi, a distance of about eighteen or nineteen miles. It shows the Fortifications, Defenses, Topography, Streets, Roads, etc. of the whole of the Island of New York with the Harbor Islands, Water Ways, and River Frontages on the Hudson and East Rivers, the Military Works on Long Island including Brooklyn, the Works in Paulus Hook and parts of the Jersey Shore. It has a copious Table of References to various works British and American, some of them with notes as to the time of their construction or destruction. The Original Drawing, ten feet by four feet, is on a scale of about six and a half inches to a mile. It is handsomely reproduced for subscribers only in careful facsimile on 24 sheets which can be joined up and mounted like the original as a Wall Map or mounted on linen if desired. It will be issued either mounted on linen to fold in book form with leather slip case 13 x 10 inches or the 24 sheets 22 x 15 inches, each will be supplied in a portfolio. No more than 100 copies are being printed and the engravings are erased as each sheet is printed off. A few extra copies of sheet 8 have been printed so that it can be sent as a specimen on application from intending subscribers..." <a href=http://www.davidrumsey.com/view/google-earth-browser#new-york-1782 target=_blank>View in Google Earth</a>
Steven's facsimile of British head quarters manuscript map of New York
Great Britain. War Offi...
Steven's facsimile of B...
1782
[Manuscript Map, Separa...
 
Author
[Great Britain. War Office, Stevens, Benjamin Franklin]
Full Title
B.F. Steven's Facsimile of the Unpublished British Head Quarters Coloured Manuscript map of New York & Environs, 1782, Reproduced from the original drawing in the War Office, London. Issued only to subscribers at 4, Trafalgar Square, W.C., London. 1900. Malby and Sons. Engravers.
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From the printed advertisement for the map: "BF STEVENS'S Facsimile of the Unpublished British Headquarters Coloured Manuscript Map of New York and Environs 1782. Reproduced from the Original Drawing in the War Office London. 24 sheets Scale 6 1/2 inches to a mile. 10 feet by 4 feet. The successive British Commanders in Chief in America Generals Sir William Howe, Sir Henry Clinton, and Sir Guy Carleton during their respective occupations of New York and Environs in the Revolution caused this manuscript plan from time to time to be kept up. The plan extends from below Guanas Bay to the Heights of Spikendevi, a distance of about eighteen or nineteen miles. It shows the Fortifications, Defenses, Topography, Streets, Roads, etc. of the whole of the Island of New York with the Harbor Islands, Water Ways, and River Frontages on the Hudson and East Rivers, the Military Works on Long Island including Brooklyn, the Works in Paulus Hook and parts of the Jersey Shore. It has a copious Table of References to various works British and American, some of them with notes as to the time of their construction or destruction. The Original Drawing, ten feet by four feet, is on a scale of about six and a half inches to a mile. It is handsomely reproduced for subscribers only in careful facsimile on 24 sheets which can be joined up and mounted like the original as a Wall Map or mounted on linen if desired. It will be issued either mounted on linen to fold in book form with leather slip case 13 x 10 inches or the 24 sheets 22 x 15 inches, each will be supplied in a portfolio. No more than 100 copies are being printed and the engravings are erased as each sheet is printed off. A few extra copies of sheet 8 have been printed so that it can be sent as a specimen on application from intending subscribers. .." <a href=http://www.davidrumsey.com/view/google-earth-browser#new-york-1782 target=_blank>View in Google Earth</a>
Title: Steven's facsimile of British head quarters manuscript map of New York
Great Britain. War Offi...
Title: Steven's facsimi...
1782
Separate Map
 
Author
[Great Britain. War Office, Stevens, Benjamin Franklin]
Full Title
(Map Title Page to) B.F. Steven's Facsimile of the Unpublished British Head Quarters Coloured Manuscript map of New York & Environs, 1782, Reproduced from the original drawing in the War Office, London. Issued only to subscribers at 4, Trafalgar Square, W.C., London. 1900. Malby and Sons. Engravers.
Note
From the printed advertisement for the map: "BF STEVENS'S Facsimile of the Unpublished British Headquarters Coloured Manuscript Map of New York and Environs 1782. Reproduced from the Original Drawing in the War Office London. 24 sheets Scale 6 1/2 inches to a mile. 10 feet by 4 feet. The successive British Commanders in Chief in America Generals Sir William Howe, Sir Henry Clinton, and Sir Guy Carleton during their respective occupations of New York and Environs in the Revolution caused this manuscript plan from time to time to be kept up. The plan extends from below Guanas Bay to the Heights of Spikendevi, a distance of about eighteen or nineteen miles. It shows the Fortifications, Defenses, Topography, Streets, Roads, etc. of the whole of the Island of New York with the Harbor Islands, Water Ways, and River Frontages on the Hudson and East Rivers, the Military Works on Long Island including Brooklyn, the Works in Paulus Hook and parts of the Jersey Shore. It has a copious Table of References to various works British and American, some of them with notes as to the time of their construction or destruction. The Original Drawing, ten feet by four feet, is on a scale of about six and a half inches to a mile. It is handsomely reproduced for subscribers only in careful facsimile on 24 sheets which can be joined up and mounted like the original as a Wall Map or mounted on linen if desired. It will be issued either mounted on linen to fold in book form with leather slip case 13 x 10 inches or the 24 sheets 22 x 15 inches, each will be supplied in a portfolio. No more than 100 copies are being printed and the engravings are erased as each sheet is printed off. A few extra copies of sheet 8 have been printed so that it can be sent as a specimen on application from intending subscribers. Prices to Subscribers Mounted on linen to fold in book form with leather slip case $30 ne.t Unmounted on 34 sheets in portfolio $25 net. The above prices include delivery to any Public Libra
Covers: Steven's facsimile of British head quarters manuscript map of New York
Great Britain. War Offi...
Covers: Steven's facsim...
1782
Separate Map
 
Author
[Great Britain. War Office, Stevens, Benjamin Franklin]
Full Title
(Covers to) B.F. Steven's Facsimile of the Unpublished British Head Quarters Coloured Manuscript map of New York & Environs, 1782, Reproduced from the original drawing in the War Office, London. Issued only to subscribers at 4, Trafalgar Square, W.C., London. 1900. Malby and Sons. Engravers.
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From the printed advertisement for the map: "BF STEVENS'S Facsimile of the Unpublished British Headquarters Coloured Manuscript Map of New York and Environs 1782. Reproduced from the Original Drawing in the War Office London. 24 sheets Scale 6 1/2 inches to a mile. 10 feet by 4 feet. The successive British Commanders in Chief in America Generals Sir William Howe, Sir Henry Clinton, and Sir Guy Carleton during their respective occupations of New York and Environs in the Revolution caused this manuscript plan from time to time to be kept up. The plan extends from below Guanas Bay to the Heights of Spikendevi, a distance of about eighteen or nineteen miles. It shows the Fortifications, Defenses, Topography, Streets, Roads, etc. of the whole of the Island of New York with the Harbor Islands, Water Ways, and River Frontages on the Hudson and East Rivers, the Military Works on Long Island including Brooklyn, the Works in Paulus Hook and parts of the Jersey Shore. It has a copious Table of References to various works British and American, some of them with notes as to the time of their construction or destruction. The Original Drawing, ten feet by four feet, is on a scale of about six and a half inches to a mile. It is handsomely reproduced for subscribers only in careful facsimile on 24 sheets which can be joined up and mounted like the original as a Wall Map or mounted on linen if desired. It will be issued either mounted on linen to fold in book form with leather slip case 13 x 10 inches or the 24 sheets 22 x 15 inches, each will be supplied in a portfolio. No more than 100 copies are being printed and the engravings are erased as each sheet is printed off. A few extra copies of sheet 8 have been printed so that it can be sent as a specimen on application from intending subscribers. Prices to Subscribers Mounted on linen to fold in book form with leather slip case $30 ne.t Unmounted on 34 sheets in portfolio $25 net. The above prices include delivery to any Public Libra
Approaches To New York
British Admiralty Hydro...
Approaches To New York
1885
Chart Map
 
Author
British Admiralty Hydrographic Office
Full Title
North America - East Coast Approaches To New York From The United States Chart, Published In 1874. Corrected 1877 ... London. Published at the Admiralty, 23rd Octr. 1877; under the Superintendence of Captain F.J. Evans ... Sold by J.D. Potter, Agent for the sale of the Admiralty Charts, 31 Poultry & 11 King Street, Tower Hill. Engraved by Davies & Company. Small corrections ... I.85.
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Chart is without color. Relief shown by hachures and landform drawing, depths shown by soundings, isolines, and shading. sounding in fathoms in lower water. Includes four views.
Connecticut. Rhode Island.
Bayer, Herbert; Contain...
Connecticut. Rhode Isla...
1953
World Atlas
 
Author
[Bayer, Herbert, Container Corporation of America]
Full Title
Connecticut. Rhode Island. U.S. State.
Note
Map and graphics showing principal resources, population, occupations, manufacturing, mineral production, agriculture, and land use. Includes brief history and description of states' features. Relief depicted by hachures.
(Metropolitan New York and Long Island) Northern Section. To and Through Manhattan.
Shell Oil Company
(Metropolitan New York ...
1956
National Atlas
 
Author
Shell Oil Company
Full Title
(Metropolitan New York and Long Island) Northern Section. To and Through Manhattan. (Verso to) Metropolitan New York and Long Island. Eastern Long Island.
Shell Metropolitan New York and Long Island. Eastern Long Island.
Shell Oil Company
Shell Metropolitan New ...
1956
National Atlas
 
Author
Shell Oil Company
Full Title
Shell Map of Metropolitan New York, Long Island, Westchester County, Southwestern Connecticut, Northern New Jersey (cover title). Shell Metropolitan New York and Long Island. Eastern Long Island. 1956-2.
Connecticut.
Gray, Ormando Willis
Connecticut.
1874
World Atlas
 
Author
Gray, Ormando Willis
Full Title
Gray's Atlas Map of Connecticut with Portions of New York and Rhode Island.
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Prime meridians Washington D.C. and Greenwich. Relief shown by hachures.
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