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Estate of Samuel Blodget, Jr. : one of the founders of the city of Washington, D.C. : [Jamaica, Washington D.C.] /

Estate of Samuel Blodget, Jr. : one of the founders of the city of Washington, D.C. : [Jamaica, Washington D.C.] /

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Cadastral topographic map showing tracts belonging to the Blodget estate named Jamaica, buildings, ward and block numbers, and vegetation.
"Squares in red confirmed to Sam'l Blodget on division with the Commissioners."
"Prepared from the official plan of the city of Washington of 1870."
Includes 2 statistical tables: Official schedule of ... lots confirmed to Samuel Blodget.
LC copy mounted on cloth backing.
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.





Blodget, Lorin.
Blodget, Samuel, 1757-1814.
District of Columbia. Board of Commissioners.


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