Maps Map of Seneca Co., Ohio /

Format Maps
Contributors Lake, D. J.
Dates 1864
Location Ohio
Seneca County
United States
Language English
Subjects Landowners
Real Property
Seneca County
United States
Map of Seneca Co., Ohio /
Contributor Names
Lake, D. J.
Subject Headings
-  Landowners--Ohio--Seneca County--Maps
-  Real property--Ohio--Seneca County--Maps
-  United States--Ohio--Seneca County
-  General map showing householders' names and unidentified land tracts, some with numbers and acreages.
-  Printed in Philadelphia.
-  Includes distance chart, population statistical table, business directory, views of public, residential, commercial properties, insets of Ft. Seneca, Springville, Caroline, Lewisville, Bascom, Lodi, Bettsville, Bloomville, Fostoria, Attica, Adrian, Berwick, Republic, Green Spring, Omar, Kansas, Lowell, New Riegel, and Melmore.
-  "Entered according to act of Congress by C.K. Stone in the year 1864, in the Clerk's Office of the District of Pennsylvania."
-  LC Land ownership maps, 673
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
1 map on 6 sheets : hand colored, cloth backing ; 68 x 137 cm, on sheet 142 x 140 cm, sheets 70 x 47 cm
Call Number
G4083.S4 1864 .L3
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g4083s la000673
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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