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|Named Person:||Richard Amos|
|Document Type:||Map, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gardner A Sage; Saml S Doughty; Charles Loss; Edwin Smith, surveyor.; Amos Corning; DeWitt McClellan Lockman
|Notes:||Cadastral map. Covers the area later bounded by Charles Street, Bleecker Street, Christopher Street and Washington Street, Manhattan, New York (N.Y.) Shows property and lot lines, lot numbers and owners' names. Gives some dimensions.
Date of original situation after 1808, when Corning is first known to have surveyed in New York--cf. Stokes, I.N. Phelps. Iconography of Manhattan Island, v. 6, p. 606. Date before the 1826 date of intermediate copy noted. A date early in this period is probable.
Date of this ms. copy 1840 Sep. 23.
Based in part on a map drawn 1801 Jan 15.
Pen-and-ink, watercolor, pencil on paper.
Soiled, frayed, stained.
On verso: G.
|Description:||1 map : ms., col. ; 43 x 57 cm.|
|Cartographic Mathematical Data:||Scale not given; (W 74Â°00Ê¹35Êº/N 40Â°44Ê¹00Êº).|
|Other Titles:||Richard Amos on Hudson, Greenwich & Washington, Christopher, Amos & Charles
Richard Amos on Hudson, Greenwich and Washington, Christopher, Amos and Charles
|Responsibility:||partly copied from a map made by Chas. Loss the lots on Hudson Street ; surveyed and laid out by Amos Corning ; copied by Saml. S. Doughty ; copied from the copy made by S. Doughty by E. Smith ; copied by Gardner A. Sage.|