1842 Mather Map Of Long Island New York

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#325 of 1980

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issued prior to the american civil war and the subsequent long island land rush framed prints, this is one of the most detailed and attractive large format maps of long island to appear in the 19th century. covers from new jersey and staten island eastward as montauk and fisher’s island. includes parts of westchester framed prints, new jersey framed prints, rockland county framed prints, and the connecticut coast. a large inset map in the lower right hand quadrant depicts manhattan with a special focus on geological features and topography. shows the partially completed long island railroad as well as smaller roads and towns. notes various important long island communities including the east hampton framed prints, bridgehampton framed prints, southampton framed prints, amaganset framed prints, riverhead framed prints, and sag harbor framed prints, among others. in many cases individual buildings are detailed. the whole is laid out on a grid structure of ten mile squares. prepared by w.w. mather from the survey work of john calvin smith. engraved by endicott & company for part one of mather’s geology of new york . framed prints, abstract framed prints, aged framed prints, antique framed prints, art framed prints, atlas framed prints, cartography framed prints, continent framed prints, design framed prints, exploration framed prints, geography framed prints, globe framed prints, illustration framed prints, location framed prints, manuscript framed prints, issued prior to the american civil war and the subsequent long island land rush greeting cards, this is one of the most detailed and attractive large format maps of long island to appear in the 19th century. covers from new jersey and staten island eastward as montauk and fisher’s island. includes parts of westchester greeting cards, new jersey greeting cards, rockland county greeting cards, and the connecticut coast. a large inset map in the lower right hand quadrant depicts manhattan with a special focus on geological features and topography. shows the partially completed long island railroad as well as smaller roads and towns. notes various important long island communities including the east hampton greeting cards, bridgehampton greeting cards, southampton greeting cards, amaganset greeting cards, riverhead greeting cards, and sag harbor greeting cards, among others. in many cases individual buildings are detailed. the whole is laid out on a grid structure of ten mile squares. prepared by w.w. mather from the survey work of john calvin smith. engraved by endicott & company for part one of mather’s geology of new york . greeting cards, abstract greeting cards, aged greeting cards, antique greeting cards, art greeting cards, atlas greeting cards, cartography greeting cards, continent greeting cards, design greeting cards, exploration greeting cards, geography greeting cards, globe greeting cards, illustration greeting cards, location greeting cards, manuscript greeting cards, issued prior to the american civil war and the subsequent long island land rush prints, this is one of the most detailed and attractive large format maps of long island to appear in the 19th century. covers from new jersey and staten island eastward as montauk and fisher’s island. includes parts of westchester prints, new jersey prints, rockland county prints, and the connecticut coast. a large inset map in the lower right hand quadrant depicts manhattan with a special focus on geological features and topography. shows the partially completed long island railroad as well as smaller roads and towns. notes various important long island communities including the east hampton prints, bridgehampton prints, southampton prints, amaganset prints, riverhead prints, and sag harbor prints, among others. in many cases individual buildings are detailed. the whole is laid out on a grid structure of ten mile squares. prepared by w.w. mather from the survey work of john calvin smith. engraved by endicott & company for part one of mather’s geology of new york . prints, abstract prints, aged prints, antique prints, art prints, atlas prints, cartography prints, continent prints, design prints, exploration prints, geography prints, globe prints, illustration prints, location prints, manuscript prints, issued prior to the american civil war and the subsequent long island land rush posters, this is one of the most detailed and attractive large format maps of long island to appear in the 19th century. covers from new jersey and staten island eastward as montauk and fisher’s island. includes parts of westchester posters, new jersey posters, rockland county posters, and the connecticut coast. a large inset map in the lower right hand quadrant depicts manhattan with a special focus on geological features and topography. shows the partially completed long island railroad as well as smaller roads and towns. notes various important long island communities including the east hampton posters, bridgehampton posters, southampton posters, amaganset posters, riverhead posters, and sag harbor posters, among others. in many cases individual buildings are detailed. the whole is laid out on a grid structure of ten mile squares. prepared by w.w. mather from the survey work of john calvin smith. engraved by endicott & company for part one of mather’s geology of new york . posters, abstract posters, aged posters, antique posters, art posters, atlas posters, cartography posters, continent posters, design posters, exploration posters, geography posters, globe posters, illustration posters, location posters, manuscript posters