Map of New York in 1695
Map of New York in 1695. Drawn after the plan attributed to John Miller (Cohen & Augustyn. Manhattan in maps, 52-53). Rev. John Miller (1666-1724) arrived in New York, in 1692, as a designated chaplain. He made his original map of New York from memory, after returning to England, in 1695.
Source (edited): Norman B. Leventhal Map & Education Center / Boston Public Library.
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