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New Jersey road maps of the 18th century

Statement of Responsibility:
assembled from the Princeton map collection by Howard C. Rice, Jr.
Rice, Howard C., Jr.
Media Type:
Genealogical Resource
Item Type:
"Maps are accompanied by a short essay.; Contents : A Map of the road from Trenton to Amboy / copied by G. Bancker in 1762 from John Dalley's survey of 1745 [p. 1-5] -- A Map of the division line between counties of Middlesex & Somerset / by Azariah Dunham, 1766 [p. 7-15] -- Route of the French army across New Jersey, August 1781 / 7 maps by Louis-Alexandre Berthier [p. 17-28] -- The Main road from Philadelphia to New York / series of engraved maps by Frances Shallus, and others, extracted from "" The Traveller's directory : [1804]"
Princeton University Library
Place of Publication:
Princeton, NJ
vi, [42] p. : ill., maps
Date of Original:
ID Number:
929.3 9749 Maps 1964
Language of Item:
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Location of Original:
Toronto Reference Library, Humanities and Social Sciences
The Ontario Genealogical Society
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New Jersey road maps of the 18th century