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The Province of New Jersey, divided into East and West, commonly called the Jerseys / engraved & published by Wm. Faden, Charing  Cross, December 1st, 1777 ; Croisey, sculpt.

Image ID: 1166987

The Province of New Jersey, divided into East and West, commonly called the Jerseys / engraved & published by Wm. Faden,... ([1778?])


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Image Title

:  The Province of New Jersey, divided into East and West, commonly called the Jerseys / engraved & published by Wm. Faden, Charing Cross, December 1st, 1777 ; Croisey, sculpt.

Creator

: Faden, William, 1750?-1836 -- Engraver

Published Date

: [1778?]

Specific Material Type

: Maps

Item Physical Description

: 1 map ; 74 x 55 cm.

Notes

: Shows county boundaries and "Division line run in 1743 between East New Jersey and West New Jersey." Note 2.) "This map has been drawn from the survey made in 1769 ... by Bernard Ratzer ... and from another large survey of the northern parts ... by Gerard Banker." Note 3.) Described in Imago mundi, v. 48 (1996), p. 168.

Standard Reference

: LC Maps of North America, 1750-1789, 1240

Source

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

Location

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

Catalog Call Number

: Map Div. 98-1036 [Filed with N.J. 1777]

Digital ID

: 1166987

Record ID

: 462098

Digital Item Published

: 2-28-2005; updated 2-1-2012

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