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Circa 1815  Manuscript map of Delaware County (from Samuel Sherwood papers)

1823 route of a Sherwood family trip from Delhi to upstate New York as traced via Google Maps.

1829  Map of the County of Delaware: Whole map (with the exception of census and other information on the bottom)  by David H. Burr.
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1829  Map of the County of Delaware by David H. Burr. Section: Parts of the towns of Franklin, Meredith, Delhi.
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1833 Map of the State of New York: Whole Map Published by Andrus & Judd, Hartford, Conn.
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1833  Map of the State of New York: Section: Canal illustration.
Published by Andrus & Judd, Hartford, Conn.
1833  Map of the State of New York. Section: Profile levels of the Grand Canal. 
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1833  Map of the State of New York: Section: The Travellers Guide. 
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1833  Map of the State of New York: Section:  Central New York
Published by Andrus & Judd, Hartford, Conn
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1833  Map of the State of New York: Section:  Delaware and Otsego County area, with a small portion of the Grand Canal 
Published by Andrus & Judd, Hartford, Conn.
1833 Map of the State of New York: Section: Southeastern New York.  
Published by Andrus & Judd, Hartford, Conn. Photographed in natural room light through archival mylar.  May be hard to read
1833  Map of the State of New York: Section:  New York City and Long Island 
Published by Andrus & Judd, Hartford, Conn
1833  Map of the State of New York: Section:  Northern New York 
Published by Andrus & Judd, Hartford, Conn
 
1833  Map of the State of New York: Section:  Western New York
Published by Andrus & Judd, Hartford, Conn.

1851 route of Harvey Seaman of Hamden NY who sailed from New York to San Francisco via Cape Horn as traced via Google Maps.

1855 map tracing of the events in the life of Lucy Ann Lobdell, the female huntress of Delaware County via Google Maps

1856 Map of Delaware County: Section: Delhi and surrounding area  By Jay Gould.
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1856 Map of Delaware County: Section: Meredith and surrounding area  By Jay Gould.
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1856 Map of Delaware County: Section: Roxbury detail  By Jay Gould.
Detail of the Town of Roxbury: the boyhood home of John Burroughs is above the X in Roxbury.  Jay Gould's family lived in the village of Roxbury. Some sections of the map may be hard to read.

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