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Origin of steam navigation, a view of Collect Pond and its vicinity in the City of New York in 1793 / by John Hutchings, Williamsburgh, L.I. 1846.

Image ID: 1650652

Origin of steam navigation, a view of Collect Pond and its vicinity in the City of New York in 1793 / by John Hutchings,...  [Underneath plan, with census of the City of New York in vari...] (1846)

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Image Title

:  Origin of steam navigation, a view of Collect Pond and its vicinity in the City of New York in 1793 / by John Hutchings, Williamsburgh, L.I. 1846.

Alternate Title

: Underneath plan, with census of the City of New York in various years from 1697 to 1863. Below: On which pond the first boat propelled by paddle wheels and screw propellers, constructed by John Fitch, six years before Robert Fulton made trial of his boat upon the River Seine. . .and ten years prior to his putting into operation his boat Clermont. . .with a design of the boat and its machinery on the Collect Pond.

Creator

: Hutchings, John -- Lithographer

Additional Name(s)

: Eno, Amos F., 1836-1915 -- Collector

Published Date

: 1846

Depicted Date

: 1793

Medium

: Lithographs

Specific Material Type

: prints

Item Physical Description

: 1 print : lithograph ; 48 x 72.4 cm.

Standard Reference

: Eno ; Eno 53++

Source

: The Eno collection of New York City views.

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Print Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs

Catalog Call Number

: MEZN++ Eno 53

Digital ID

: 1650652

Record ID

: 1784730

Digital Item Published

: 8-18-2009; updated 3-25-2011

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