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Map of the City of New York showing the original high water line and the location of different Farms and Estates

Map of the City of New York showing the original high water line and the location of different Farms and Estates

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1853
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New York (N.Y.). Common Council, Publisher
Hayward, George, b. ca. 1800, Lithographer
Valentine, D. T. (David Thomas), 1801-1869, Author
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