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Antique rare maps of New York State





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1777 - Province De New-York en 4 Feuilles par Montressor a Paris . . . 1777

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The Most Important Map of The British Colony of New York on the Eve of the American Revolution, With Revisions Added By The French For Use During the American Revolution. Fine example of the George Louis Le Rouge edition of John Montressor's...


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1778 - Carte Des Troubles De L'Amerique Levee par Ordre Du Chevalier Tryon Capitaine General et Gouverneur De la Province de New-York Ensemble la Province de New-Jersey . . . 1778

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Rare French edition of this important early Revolutionary War map, published to illustrate the Northern Theater of War in the early years of the American Revolution, shortly after the French entered the conflict in alliance with the American...


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1779 - A Map of part of the States of New York, New Jersey, & Pennsylvania. for the use Honble. Major Genl. Greene. from the Original of Rt. Erskine F.R.S. by Jno. Eskine May 28th 1779.

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One of a Few Surviving Manuscript Maps Made For The Continental Army To Remain in Private Hands Large manuscript map of northern New Jersey and southern New York (including New York City), “the cockpit of the American Revolution”, drawn by John...


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1781 - Plan Du Fort Niagara, construit et defendu par M. De Pouchot

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Rare French & Indian War era map of the fortifications at Fort Niagara, from Pierre Pouchot's Memoires sur le derniere guerre de L'Amerique Septentrionale. The map identifies in fine detail the construction and fortification of Fort Niagara, by...


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1789 - View of the West Bank of the Hudson's River 3 Miles above Still Water, upon which the Army under the command of Lt. General Burgoyne, took post on the 20th. Sepr. 1777 (Showing General Frazer's Funeral).

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Fine view of Burgoyne's encampment along the Hudson River, published shortly after the end of the American Revolution. Burgoyne's campaign to defeat the revolutionary forces by advancing from Canada and meeting another British army from New York City...


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1789 - Attaques Des Forts De Chouaguen en Amerique. . . . 1756… [French & Indian War Battle Plan--Fort Oswego, Fort Ontario and Fort George]

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Rare French & Indian War Battle Plan, showing the fortifications and battles fought at the mouth of the Chouaguen (Oswego) River in 1756. The key at the bottom of the battle plan explains the various activities of the French, English and Indians,...


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1789 - Attaques Du Fort William-Henri…1757 [French & Indian War Battle Plan--Fort William Henry]

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Rare French & Indian War Battle Plan, showing the fortifications and battles fought at Fort William Henry on Lake George. The key at the bottom of the battle plan explains the various activities of the French, English and Indians, including...


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1803 - A Map shewing the relative situation of a tract of Land belonging to I.B. Church Esqr. / . This Tract of Land contains 100,000 Acres, and is situated on the Geneseo River; 22 Miles South of Williamsburgh, 100 East of Presque-Isle, 8 North of the Pennsyl

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Rare early 19th Century map relating to the early settlement of western New York. This undeveloped 100,000-acre tract on the Genesee River in western New York had been used to repay a debt to John Barker Church from financier Robert Morris. Church was...


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1804 - New York

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Early map of the state of New York, from Arrowsmith & Lewis's Atlas.


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1805 - [Mohawk River, New York] (Two manuscript maps of Cosbys Manor, Mohawk River, with other documents related to the same.)

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Early 19th-Century Manuscript Maps and Court Papers Concerning the Disposition of Lands on the Mohawk River in New York. Together, two manuscript map sheets, showing thousands of acres of land on the Mohawk River. One of the maps shows lot numbers...


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1809 - A New Chart of the Coast of North America From New York to Cape Hatteras Including the Bays of Delaware and Chesapeak, with The Coasts of New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia and Part of the Coast of North Carolina. By Captain N. Holland. An Improved Edition

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A Rare British Sea Chart of the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions (The Colonial Williamsburg / William Wooldridge Copy) Extremely rare separately issued chart of the coast from New York to North Carolina, which was issued separately and in Laurie...


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1812 - Map of the Northern Part of the State of New York Compiled from actual Survey By Amos Lay 1812

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Important early map of the Northern part of New York State, published by Amos Lay. Lay's map of New York was the best general map of the region at the time of its publication. The map provides a detailed view of the Canadian border just one month...


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1818 - The State of New York with part of the adjacent States By John H. Eddy, Geographer, New York 1818.

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"Remarkable for its Clarity of Execution and Detail" (Rumsey) Fine example of John Eddy's large map of New York State, engraved by Peter Maverick. Nice example of one of the most important maps of the state of New York issued in the first part of...


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1819 - New York. By H.S. Tanner

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First state of the best atlas map of New York State published in the 19th Century. This vividly colored example is richly annotated throughout the map with various regional details on various rivers, roads and other local features. The early counties...


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1822 - Geographical, Statistical and Historical Map of New York

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Detailed early map of New York, colored by county. A number of western and northern counties not yet formed. Shows towns, roads, rivers, canals, etc. Profile of the Grand Canal.


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1823 - A Map Shewing the extent of the Susquehanna Country and its Practicable Canal Routes as designated by the Susquehanna Commissioners (with Report By The Maryland Commissioners on A Proposed Canal From Baltimore To Conewago)

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Fine large folding map, illustrating the work of the Commissioners appointed in December 1822 to survey the route of a Canal which would connect the Susquehanna River with the City of Baltimore. Published by Fielding Lucas Jr. in Baltimore, this rare...