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City of New York
- Hills, John (Surveyor)
- [New York] : J. Disturnell, 1876 (New York : lith. of Snyder & Black)
- Relief shown by hachures and land forms. Redrawing of topographical survey of 1782. Above neat line at lower left: Drawn by J. Calvin Smith, from a manuscript in the possession of John Lozier, Esq. Table of references identifies major buildings and areas of the city burned in fires of 1776 and 1778. The so-called Hills plan, drawn in 1785 but depicting New York City in 1782, was given to the city in 1847 by John Lozier and deposited at the New-York Historical Society. cf. Cohen & Augustyn, Manhattan in maps, p. 88-89.
- New York
- New York (N.Y.)—Maps—Early works to 1800—Facsimiles, United States—History—Revolution, 1775-1783—Maps, and Historical maps—New York (State)—New York
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