Maps Plan of township no. 1, north of Phillips /

Format Maps
Contributors Adams, Solomon
Dates 1805
Location Madrid
United States
Language English
Subjects Madrid
Madrid (Me. : Town)
Madrid (Town)
Maps, Manuscript
Real Property
United States
Plan of township no. 1, north of Phillips /
Contributor Names
Adams, Solomon (Surveyor)
Subject Headings
-  Real property--Maine--Madrid (Town)--Maps
-  Madrid (Me. : Town)--Maps, Manuscript
-  United States--Maine--Madrid
-  Cadastral map of town of Madrid, Maine, showing numbered lots; acreage and dimensions given for some lots.
-  "This plan represents township number one in the first range of townships west of the Million Acres ... supposed to lay in the county of Oxford."
-  Title from verso.
-  Pen-and-ink.
-  Mounted on cloth backing.
-  Note added to map after it was drawn: Oxford ss. recd. August 1, 1820 and recorded with the records of deeds for said county, book 30, page 32, att. Hanson Mellen, register.
-  Copy imperfect: Soiled, torn, small sections missing along edges of sheet.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
-  Vault
-  Acquisitions control no. 83-56
1 map : ms. ; on sheet 42 x 53 cm.
Call Number
G3734.M314G46 1805 .A3
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g3734m ct004066
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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