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1. Europa zur Zeit der Reformation

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1856. Spruner von Merz, Karl, 1803-1892. Relief shown by hachures. Wall map. Originally published on one sheet. Probably issued in: Historisch-Geographischer Wand-Atlas. Gotha : Justus Per... Gotha : Justus Perthes, [1856?].

2. Grave Reform in Modern China

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2018. Mullaney, Tom, Henriot, Christian, Snyder-Reinke, Jeffrey, 1969-, and Stanford University. Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research. Grave Reform in Modern China is a digital humanities initiative based at Stanford that is building an interactive spatial and textual analysis plat... Stanford University. Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research.

3. New Jersey, circa 1826

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1826. Young and Delleker. New Jersey state map color coded by county.|Noticeable creases, tears and discoloration from adhesive tape marks. A. Finley.

4. New Jersey geological map 1839

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1839. A geological map of New Jersey by Henry D. Rogers, professor of Geology in University of Pennsylvania "to accompany the Report on the Geology of Ne...

5. New Jersey Squire's map 1845

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1845. Squire's map of the state of New Jersey. Color coded by county. Illustration of waterfull drawn and engraved by John T. Hammond. Insets of Newark, ...

6. New Jersey state map 1834

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1834. New Jersey state map engraved by J. H. Young. Each county is color coded.

7. Camden County map, 1846

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1846. 1846 map of Camden County created by John Clement Jr. of Haddonfield NJ, compiled from "Records and other authorities". Map includes a history of t... T. Sinclair Lith(?).

8. Salem and Gloucester counties, New Jersey wall map

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1849. A map of the counties of Salem and Gloucester, New Jersey, from original surveys conducted by Alexander C. Stansbie, James Keily and Samuel M. Rea.... Smith and Wistar.

9. Southern Essex County map 1850

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1850. Tracing from prior map with names of property holders added.|Map has significant damage including portions torn away and marks left by adhesive tape. Hiram A. Belding.

10. Southern Essex County, New Jersey 1850

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1850. Traced from and showing part of the information on map entitled Map of Essex County, New Jersey, with names of property holders showing portions of... Hiram A. Belding, Newark N.J.