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A Plan of the city and environs of New York in North America
- [London : s.n., 1776]
- General street map showing selected letter-keyed buildings in built-up area and field lines with generalized land use in rural areas. Relief shown by hachures. Also shows "Road to Kings Bridge where the Rebels mean to make a stand" and "Road to Kepps Bay where the Kings troops landed." Also covers rural part of Manhattan Island up to present-day 14th Street and small parts of Long Island. Removed from: The Universal Magazine of Knowledge and Pleasure, London, Nov. 1776, v. 59. Watermark: Oval cartouche surmounted by crown with capital letter W at right.
- New York
- New York (N.Y.)—Maps—Early works to 1800, Land use, Rural—New York (State)—New York—Maps—Early works to 1800, City maps—New York (State)—New York—1776, and Maps—New York (State)—New York—1776
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- Princeton: Historic Map Division, Special Collections, Firestone Library
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