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Presentation copy of this fine late 19th Century facsimile of the "Governor Bradford map" of New York City, 1728.

The map based on a survey by James Lyne in 1728, showing main roads and streets.

The dedication reads:

To his excellency John Montgomerie, Esq. Capt. Genl. & Gov. in Chief of his Majestis provinces of New York New Jersey this plan of the city of New York is humbly dedic'd by Your Excellancy's obet & most humble servt, Wm. Bradford."

The pencil note at the bottom shows that the map was presented by the publisher to the Maine Historical Society in 1903.

Condition Description
Pencil notes in the margins, including the stamp of the Maine Historical Society.