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This map of the Province of New York, as surveyed in 1767 by Bernard Ratzen, was published in D. T. Valentine's Manual in 1854.   The D.T. (David Thomas Valentine 1801-1869) Valentine’s Manuals were books produced annually from 1841 to 1870. There are 28 volumes total and officially were titled Manual of the Corporation of the City of New York.  The books contained hundreds of maps, lithographs and woodcuts of New York City.  They also organized and presented a governmental record of the Corporation of New York City, including lists of offices and office holders, election results and financial summaries. In addition, they contained statistics such as those for social and religious institutions, banks, hospitals and schools.

This charming map includes a very detailed street plan extending from the Battery to the farms north of Grand Street, where the farm landowners are identified.  There is a nicely engraved cartouche with reference key in the upper left corner and compass rose in the lower right corner.  The Staten Island Ferry and the "Brookland Ferry" are shown along with private piers.  The framing is done to conservation standards with a museum mat and black and gold beaded frame.

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This map of the Province of New York, as surveyed in 1767 by Bernard Ratzen, was published in D. T. Valentine's Manual in 1854.   The D.T. (David Thomas Valentine 1801-1869) Valentine’s Manuals were books produced annually from 1841 to 1870. There are 28 volumes total and officially were titled Manual of the Corporation of the City of New York.  The books contained hundreds of maps, lithographs and woodcuts of New York City.  They also organized and presented a governmental record of the Corporation of New York City, including lists of offices and office holders, election results and financial summaries. In addition, they contained statistics such as those for social and religious institutions, banks, hospitals and schools.

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