Copy John R. Bleecker's map of Northampton Patent and adjacent lands. [between 1820 and 1830]

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Bleecker, John R. Copy John R. Bleecker's map of Northampton Patent and adjacent lands.

Copy John R. Bleecker's map of Northampton Patent and adjacent lands. [between 1820 and 1830]

1 map : ms., col. ; 39 x 50 cm.

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