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Map of Essex County, New Jersey : from surveys /

Map of Essex County, New Jersey : from surveys /

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General-content county map also showing marshes, rural buildings, and householders' names; the city/town/village insets show all buildings and occupants' names.
Hand colored to emphasize municipal (city/borough/township) boundaries and territories; Newark city inset hand colored to emphasize wards.
Relief shown by hachures.
Prime meridian: New York.
Map sheets mounted on cloth backing to form northern/southern segments (sheets).
"Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1859 by H.F. Walling in the ... Southern District of New York."
LC copy imperfect: Fold-lined, torn at some fold lines, originally printed in multiple sheets, sheets conjoined and mounted on cloth backing, missing small sections at sheet edges.
LC Land ownership maps, 447
Includes 10 city/town/village insets (including Newark and Orange), local business directories, and distance table.
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
2 copies

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Date

01/01/1859
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Contributors

Walling, Henry Francis, 1825-1888.
Baker & Tilden.
H.F. Walling's Map Establishment.
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