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[Property survey of that part of Prince Georges County, Maryland, later to become central Washington D.C.].

[Property survey of that part of Prince Georges County, Maryland, later to become central Washington D.C.].

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Summary

Cadastral survey of tracts identified as Duddington Manor, New Troy, Gordons Meadows, Gleanings, Elinor, Bealls Leveles, Duddington Pasture, etc.
Photocopy of ms. survey map.
Oriented with north to the right.
Originally printed on 2 sheets.
Includes text and notes.
LC copy mounted on cloth backing.
Typewritten label affixed to cloth backing of LC copy: Photostat from negative in the Department of Justice--an exhibit in U.S. v. Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Co., Equity No. 31589, U.S. Ex. No. 16 ...
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
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Date

01/01/1760
person

Contributors

Priggs, John F. A.
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