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1 Map Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, New York 1790-1920 Map Packet

Family Roots Publishing

Price: 5.95 USD



2 MAP: A Chorographical Map of the Northern Department of North America, Drawn from the Latest and Most Accurate Observations

Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original
Originally drawn about 1780, our reprint was made from John Gavit's mid-19th century engraving. Depicting part of New York north of the lower Hudson valley, and from its eastern boundary to the south shore of Lake Ontario, this fascinating map identifies settlements and grantee lands in the neighboring parts of Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Settlements along the St. Lawrence and Richelieu Rivers are also identified.
Price: 7.95 USD



3 MAP: Brooklyn, New York 1891

Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original
From Greenpoint to Flatbush and east to the Jamaica border, this map of Brooklyn at the end of the 19th century is rich in detail. Public parks and cemeteries are identified as are the elevated railways and the ferry lines to lower Manhattan. There is also good detail for New York City south of 18th Street. An excellent research tool for anyone researching this populous area.
Price: 7.95 USD



4 MAP: Map of the City of Rochester, New York

Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original
Originally drawn by S. Cornell, this 1838 map is one of the earliest printed plans of the young New York State city. Wards, tracts, and public buildings are shown.
Price: 7.95 USD



5 MAP: New York City and Brooklyn: 1866

Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original
Issued by A.J. Johnson in 1866, this large scale map clearly identifies streets, wards, public buildings, major cemeteries, and ferry routes in both New York City and Brooklyn. A must for anyone researching these cities.
Price: 7.95 USD



6 MAP: New York State Circa 1825

Black and white map, printed on 11" x 17" paper., Reproduction map of original
With an inset plan of Manhattan, this map, printed on 11" x 17" cream-colored paper, identifies many small towns and villages as well as county lines, roads and canals throughout the state. The southern part of Upper Canada (now Ontario) is also shown.
Price: 4.50 USD



7 MAP: New York State: 1866

Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original
Our reprint of this 1866 Johnson map shows small towns, villages and the all-important town boundaries within each county. With an inset map of Long Island.
Price: 7.95 USD



8 MAP: New York, New England and the Middle Colonies: 1673

Black and white map, printed on 18" x 22" paper., Reproduction of original
Entitled "Totius Neobelgii Nova et Accuratissima Tabula", this map by the Dutch cartographers R.& J. Ottens depicts the settled portions of North America north of the Chesapeake Bay. With its handsome cartouche and inset views of New Amsterdam, our 18" x 22" reissue of a 19th century version of the famous "Restitutio" map faithfully captures the spirit of the original. A fascinating map for those researching this area and time period.
Price: 7.95 USD



9 MAP: Sixteen Miles Around Manhattan: 1883 – 1884

Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original
Labeled “Vicinity of New York”, this map shows the area surrounding New York City, detailing the region south of the city of Yonkers from the Paterson – Newark, NJ area in the west to Glen Cove and Hempstead on Long Island and continuing as far south as Asbury Park, NJ. Early railways, such as the Coney Island Horse Railway and the New York, West Shore and Buffalo Railway, are identified. An excellent locator map for finding the suburban and neighboring communities of New York City at a time of rapid suburban development and migration. The map also identifies a number of area cemeteries, the newly constructed Brooklyn Bridge and the islands (Dix and Hoffman’s Island) that were used to quarantine arriving immigrants from Europe.
Price: 7.95 USD



10 MAP: Special Map Group for New York Manors

Reproduction map of original
Includes maps [B 2], [B 3] and [B 9] (see descriptions above). All 3 maps
Price: 18.95 USD



11 Map: City of Albany , New York (2 maps)

Jonathan Shepard Books

Price: 9.95 USD



12 Mohawk Frontier, Second Edition..The Dutch Community of Schenectady, New York, 1661-1710

New York University Press

Price: 21.95 USD

New York Atlas & Gazetteer

13 New York Atlas & Gazetteer

104 pages, 11 x 15 1/2, paperback, Langenscheidt Publishing Group / DeLorme
This Gazetteer is designed for travelers who want topographic map detail for outdoor recreation, sales and transportation and everyday travel. Contains back roads, recreation sites, hiking trails, campgrounds, golf courses, scenic drives, a guide to state and national parks, historic sites/museums, fishing, and ski areas. Includes a comprehensive index.
Price: 19.95 USD



14 New York Chronology: The Ultimate Compendium of Events, People, and Anecdotes from the Dutch to ...


Price: 14.96 USD



15 New York State Probate Records

New England Historical & Genealogical Soc

Price: 19.95 USD



16 Permanent New Yorkers

Association for Gravestone Studies

Price: 14.95 USD



17 The Developer's Frontier: The Making of the Western New York Landscape


Price: 18.95 USD



18 The Palatine Families of New York 1710, 2 Volumes

Picton Press

Price: 95.00 USD

Landmark History of New York, Albert Ulmann

19 Landmark History of New York
Albert Ulmann
1901, (reprint), 5½x8½, paper, index, 297 pp, Heritage Books
First published in 1901, this charming guidebook takes the reader on a journey through New York City's past by visiting its most historic sites in chronological order. These sites were marked with inscribed tablets that appear as facsimiles throughout this book. Typical of the style of writing often found in the late 19th century, the book employs a rather corny (but not objectionable) device: a professor dispensing his sage historical knowledge to some precocious children as he leads them through the back alleys and graveyards of the old city. Even so, it contains enough valuable information to hold the interest of any adult. Its worth lies in the careful reproduction of the tablet inscriptions, the exact location of historic sites, the explanation of the origin of street names, and the addition of a comprehensive bibliography and list of references. Landmark History of New York is profusely illustrated with photos, ancient maps, drawings and old prints, and even includes a few poems. Beginning in "the old Dutch town" with tablet number one, which marks the site of the first habitations of white men on the island of Manhattan in 1613, and ending with the first excavation for the underground railway, this century-old tour is sure to delight anyone who has ever visited or lived in The Big Apple.
Price: 25.50 USD



20 CD: Orderly Books of The Fourth New York Regiment, 1778-1780 and The Second New York Regiment, 1780-1783
Almon W. Lauber, Ph.D.
(1932), 2006, CD, Graphic Images, Searchable, Adobe Acrobat, v6, PC and Mac, 953 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
As regimental adjutant Samuel Tallmadge was a staff officer whose duty it was to assist the commanding officer in the discharge of the details of his military duties, keep the Orderly Book up to date and give out the orders to the brigades and companies. At the close of the American Revolution, he retained not only the Orderly Books which he had kept but also those written by others. These books were carefully preserved and handed down through his family until his great grandson Charles Tallmadge Conover, realizing their historical value, presented them to the State of New York. An Orderly Book reflects the activities of the army and the daily life of the soldiers and officer, the morale of the various military units, the manners and customs and the plans for military operation. "As source material for an understanding of the War of Independence, the Orderly Books supplement the records of committees, conventions and legislative bodies and the letters, diaries and public papers of officials and private individuals. They are valuable, likewise, for local history, for genealogical research and for biographical study because they contain information not found elsewhere." A subject, place and everyname index allows easy access to information.
Price: 19.95 USD

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