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An Incredible Look at the Bottom of Manhattan in 1789

Check out this amazing old map of NYC from 1789 that was found in the Library of Congress online! Click on it for some incredible details of the bottom of Manhattan. Source: Library of Congress.
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How great are these old maps of New York? We dug this one up at the Library of Congress online and it shows the bottom of Manhattan as it looked in 1789. Click on it for some amazing details.

Source: Library of Congress

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