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- Danckerts, Justus, 1635-1701
- [Amsterdam : Danckerts?, ca. 1690]
- Listed in Phillips, Atlases, 540 and 541 as in Dackerts, J. Atlas. Amsterdam [1703?] (two issues: as no. 98 in the first, and no. 5 in the latter). The third issue of the "Jansson-Visscher series," with Yermonton placed above Philadelphia, and Niew Castel alias Sandhoeck added to the west bank of Delaware Bay. Inset: Nieuw Yorck, eertÿs Genaemt Nieuw Amsterdam op't Eylant Manhattans. Publication date from Burden. Historic Maps copy 3 is uncolored.
- New York and North America
- New England—Maps—Early works to 1800, New York (N.Y.)—Bird's-eye views—Early works to 1800, Middle Atlantic States—Maps—Early works to 1800, Bird's-eye views—New York (State)—New York—1690, Maps—New England—1690, and Maps—Middle Atlantic States—1690
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- Princeton: Historic Map Division, Special Collections, Firestone Library
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