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1641, New Haven in 1641. F. R. Honey, 1880. From A. P. Stokes, Historical Prints of New Haven, Connecticut. 1910.

1649, Ciuitas S. Dominici in Hispaniola, maker and place of origin unknown

1690, San Domingo, maker and place of origin unknown

1763, A Plan of the City of New York, Reduced from an Actual Survey, New York, T. Maerschalkm

1764, La Riviere du Détroit, Paris, Jacques Bellin
From Volume 1 of Le Petit Atlas Maritime, this is the earliest printed map of the city of Detroit.

c. 1770, A New and Accurate Plan of the Town of Boston, in New England, maker and place of origin unknown.

1776, A Plan of the City and Environs of New York in North America, London, Universal Magazine

1778, Map of New York, with the adjacent Rocks and other remarkable Parts of Hell-Gate, London, Thomas Kitchin
Originally printed in the London Magazine

1778, Plan de Boston Paris:Le Rouge, (1778).

1829, Plan of the City of Boston. Charles Stimpson, 1829.

1830, Map of the City of New Haven, from actual survey, Connecticut, D.W. Buckingham

1833, Hooker's New Pocket Plan of New York, New York, William Hooker

1838, New York City, maker and place of origin unknown.

1838, Plan of the City of New York for the Use of Strangers, maker and place of origin unknown.
This map was intended to fold into a pocket-sized case, and includes the locations of all churches, theaters, libraries, and other public buildings, as well as parks and gardens.

1852, Map of the City of New Haven, from Surveys Connecticut, R. Whiteford.



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