New York Map 1800

1800 New York Map

Map, 1800 to 1899, New York Map of Lyon, Wayne Co. -- Map of Palmyra -- Map of Newark and Arcadia --....

. Bird's Neck Perspective of the Town of Jamestown, Chautauqua County, New York 1871: Looking Northwest.

Embossing through shades and land form sketches. Titles from the cartridge at the bottom. Folded, ripped on the front cover, fixed on a support.

18th century New York City with Google Street View

While New York has a long and extensive past, when you look at the town today, it's difficult to tell what it was like in the past. Fortunately, an adventurous programmer resolved this issue by producing a Google Street View map for New York to go to the end of the 1800' and early 1900'.

The developer Dan Vanderkam worked with the New York Public Library to display all old photographs from the New York City Photo Views Collections, 1870s-1970s, on an animated map. Named OdNYC, the Nineteenth C. New York is as easy to explore as you would click on Google Maps.

Check out the OldNYC page here, or look below for some of the best photographs we have seen from the late- 1800' and early 1900', tagged with their sites in the town. The New York metropolis has a long and extensive tradition...... While New York has a long and extensive past, when you look at the town today, it's difficult to tell what it was like in the past.

Fortunately, an adventurous programmer resolved this issue by producing a Google Street View map for New York City for the late-1800s and early 1900s. The developer Dan Vanderkam worked with the New York Public Library to display all old photographs from the New York City Photo Views Collections, 1870s-1970s, on an animated map.

Named OdNYC, the Nineteenth C. New York is as easy to explore as you would click on Google Maps. Check out the old NYC page here, or look below for some of the best photographs we have seen from the late 1800' and early 1900', labeled with their sites in the town.

The New York metropolis has a long and far-reaching tradition..... While New York has a long and extensive past, when you look at the town today, it's difficult to tell what it was like in the past. Fortunately, an adventurous programmer resolved this issue by producing a Google Street View map for New York to go to the end of the 1800' and early 1900'.

The developer Dan Vanderkam worked with the New York Public Library to display all old photographs from the New York City Photo Views Collections, 1870s-1970s, on an animated map. Named OdNYC, the Nineteenth C. New York is as easy to explore as you would click on Google Maps.

Check out the OldNYC page here, or look below for some of the best photographs we have seen from the late-1800' and early 1900', tagged with their sites in the town.

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