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This plan of the City of New York (within the palisades which were erected in the year 1745) was made for the purpose of shewing the progress and extent of the Great Fire which happened in the year 1776, the number of houses that was consumed, and also the Fire of 1778

Description
Includes illustrations and references to points of interest. "Presented to the New York Historical Society by David Grim." "Lith. by G. Hayward ... for D.T. Valentine's Manual 1863." Historic Maps copy mounted on cardboard; on verso: "Fac-Similes of the original Autographs of the Burgomasters, Schepens, and many other distinguished individuals in the early history of this City, copied for D.T. Valentine's Manual 1863, by G. Hayward 171 Pearl Street N.Y."
Publisher
[New York : Common Council, 1863] (N[ew] Y[ork] : Geo. Hayward)
Place(s)
New York
Subject(s)
Manhattan (New York, N.Y.)—Maps and Fires—New York (State)—New York—Maps
Held by
Princeton
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