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The Documentary History of the state of New York
Over 4500  pages  4 Volumes of Information

 A Complete Searchable Publication on CD

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Including All Fold-out Maps and plates in FULL Scale
                 
The Documentary history of the state of New York:, arranged under direction of the Hon. Christopher Morgan, secretary of State, Other author: O'Callaghan, E.B. (1797-1880); 4 VOL. set.; Pub. 1850, C Van Benthuysen, public printer, Albany, 1849-1851, 4502  pgs.  4 Volumes
                 
The importance of O'Callaghan's four volumes is widely acknowledged. This vast collection of information not only includes documents and lists of inhabitants during the early Dutch and English periods in New York, but also extensive information on the German (Palatine) and French Huguenot landings in 1710 and before. Details on the French and Indians are presented. Even the steamboat controversy! All documents are translated into English. A fine library acquisition! O'Callaghan's Documentary History of New York is complete, with all maps and plates scanned from actual book pages in gray (not B&W) format to preserve the detail.
                 
The Contents and Index Pages speak eloquently of the breadth of documents made available by O'Callaghan's work.   
                 
                               
                             
   PLUS all the original Full Size Maps Included in the Hard Copy Text
                                  
Just Some of the more then 30 Drawings, charts and Maps as presented in this text
  • Albany NY 1770
  • Aurora, NY 1848
  • Battle at Lake George 1755
  • Buffalo NY early
  • Champlains New France (NY) 1632
  • Columbus Co., NY 1798
  • Grants at Lake Champlain
  • Indian Drawings
  • Indian Fort
  • Lake Champlain 1732
  • Livingston, NY 1714
  • Macombs Purchase
  • Lands between the Mohawk River and Wood Creek
  • Niagra River - early
  • Northern Boundary 1768
  • NY Coastline - early
  • NY Grants/Townships 1700s
  • NY Land Grants 1779 - Large!
  • Ontario Co., NY 1790
  • Oswego 1727
  • Oswego 1755
  • Renselaerwick 1767
  • Steam Navigation - Collect Pond 1793
  • NY Survey Map 1797
  • Western NY 1809
  • Susquehanna, Delaware, and Mohawk land Patents 1790
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