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Map exhibiting the Farmington & Hampshire & Hampden canals : together wth the line of their proposed continuation through the valley of the Connecticut River to Canada / engraved and published by N. & S.S. Jocelyn.

Image ID: 1692566

Map exhibiting the Farmington & Hampshire & Hampden canals : together wth the line of their proposed continuation throug...  [Farmington & Hampshire & Hampden canals] (1828)


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Image Title

:  Map exhibiting the Farmington & Hampshire & Hampden canals : together wth the line of their proposed continuation through the valley of the Connecticut River to Canada / engraved and published by N. & S.S. Jocelyn.

Alternate Title

: Farmington & Hampshire & Hampden canals

Creator(s)

: Jocelyn, Nathaniel, 1796-1881 -- Engraver
N. & S. S. Jocelyn (Firm) -- Publisher
Jocelyn, Simeon Smith, 1799-1879 -- Engraver

Published Date

: 1828

Item Physical Description

: 1 map : hand col. ; 157 x 38 cm.

Notes

: Inset: Profile of the canals. Note 2.) NYPL copy backed with cloth, mounted on wooden rods. Note 3.) Relief shown by hachures. Note 4.) Top quarter of map, north of the Canadian border at 45°, is ms. NN

Source

: Maps of North America. / Countries / United States (except New York) / Parts

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / The Lionel Pincus and Princess Firyal Map Division

Catalog Call Number

: Map Div. 08-1370

Digital ID

: 1692566

Record ID

: 1861552

Digital Item Published

: 2-5-2009; updated 3-25-2011

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