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1. The Roads from Boston to Connecticut River in 1642

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1911. Text on map: A description of the extent of the bounds of Massachusetts Bay Patent southward ... By Nath. Woodward, Solomon Saffery. Text below tit... Springfield, Mass. : Wright & DeForest, [1911].

3. New Haven harbor

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1846. United States Coast Survey. "Harbor map no."--Upper left margin. "The Triangulation was executed in 1833, the Topography in 1837 and 1838, and the Hydrography in 1838." Relief... [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Coast Survey Depot, 1846.

4. Harbors of Captain's Island East and Captain's Island West

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1849. United States Coast Survey. Covers Captain Harbor and adjacent waters. The harbor is between the islands and the mainland of Greenwich, Conn., immediately east of the New York... [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Coast Survey Office, 1849.

5. Harbors of Black Rock and Bridgeport

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1848. United States Coast Survey. Triangulation, topography, and hydrography conducted between 1833 and 1837. Relief shown by hachures and landform drawings. Depths shown by soundin... [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Coast Survey Office, 1848.

6. Connecticut.

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1874. J.H. Butler & Co. Connecticut--Maps.

7. Connecticut.

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1899. White, J. W. Scale approximately 1:500,000; 1 map: color; 26 x 34 cm Connecticut--Maps.

8. Connecticut.

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1899. George F. Cram Company. Scale approximately 1:45,000; 1 map: color; 26 x 49 cm Railroads--Connecticut--Maps. Geo. F. Cram.

9. Connecticut.

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1805. Lewis, Samuel, 1753 or 1754-1822.,Arrowsmith, Aaron, 1750-1823. Relief shown by hachures. Appeared in: Arrowsmith, Aaron. "A new and elegant general atlas."Boston, 1805. Drawn by: S. Lewis. Longitude in degrees ...

10. Connecticut.

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Shows railroads and county boundaries. Prime meridian: Greenwich.|26 x 40 centimeters|Scale approximately 1:400,000|General Map Collection.