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Selected New York and Long Island Town Patents
This is a Three Book Set researched and published by Frederick Van Wyck - all printed seperately between 1935 and 1938.
Covering Patents within the areas of Long Island and New York.

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Select patents of towns and manors:  Boston, A. A. Beauchamp, 1938, Van Wyck, Frederick, 120 pgs. - "One hundred twenty-five copies printed,"  CONTENTS: Chapter I: Brookhaven Patents, Chapter II: Huntington Patents, Chapter II: The Kingston Incorporation, Chapter IV: Southampton Patents, Chapter V: A Hudson River Manor, Chapter VI: A Long Island Manor
                                

Select patents of New York towns:  Boston,  A.A. Beauchamp, 1938, Van Wyck, Frederick, 245  pgs. - "One hundred twenty-five copies printed,"  Includes bibliographical references. - CONTENTS: Chapter I: Flushing patents, Chapter II: The flushing patents considered, Chapter II: The flushing patents considered, Chapter IV: A borough and town, Chapter V: Two Ulster County towns, Chapter VI: A Village Green
                                
Long Island colonial patents:  Boston,  A.A. Beauchamp, 1935, Van Wyck, Frederick, 202  pgs. -  "One hundred copies printed for private distribution only,"   CONTENTS:   Part I; Chapter I:  The Patents Generally, Chapter II:  Several Fisheries, Chapter III:  The Long Island Fisheries, Chapter IV: New York Colonial Statutes;  Part II;  Subdivision I:  Easthampton Patents, Subdivision II:  Flatlands Patents, Subdivision III:  Hempstead Patents, Subdivision IV:  Smithtown Patents,  Subdivision V:  The Southold Patents,  Subdivision VI:  Two Manhattan Patents.
 

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