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    [Long Island]. Group of Three Long Island Maps. United States: approx. 1842-1893.

    More Information: [Unknown]. Peconic Bay. Long Island, New York. [Location not identified]: Published by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, Sept. 1893. Single sheet, colored (22.8125 x 27.75 inches). Faintly toned with some soft dimpling, smudge soiling. Split or cut down middle, two halves mounted on a piece of cloth. Very mild edge wear. [Together with:] [Unknown]. Sketch B. Showing the progress of Section No. 2. U. S. Coast Survey. [Publication information not provided, likely late nineteenth century.] Single sheet, colored (23.25 x 28 inches). Slightly toned, most noticeable at upper margin. Rough edge where torn from binding or packet; numerous soft creases where folded. [And:] W. W. Mather. Geological Map of Long & Staten Islands with the Environs of New York. [Location not identified]: 1842. Two sheets joined at center, colored (25 x 53 inches). Some toning, particularly at edges and seam; numerous soft creases, with some wear, where folded for transport.

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