Catalog Record: A gazetteer of the state of New-York : comprising its topography, geology, mineralogical resources, civil divisions, canals, railroads and public institutions, together with general statistics, the whole alphabetically arranged : also, statistical tables, including the census of 1840, and tables of distances : with a new township map of the state, engraved on steel | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A gazetteer of the state of New-York : comprising its topography, geology, mineralogical resources, civil divisions, canals, railroads and public institutions, together with general statistics, the whole alphabetically arranged : also, statistical tables, including the census of 1840, and tables of distances : with a new township map of the state, engraved on steel.

Main Author: Disturnell, John, 1801-1877.
Related Names: Holley, O. L. 1791-1861.
Language(s): English
Published: Albany : J. Disturnell, 1842.
Subjects: New York (State).
New York (State) > Gazetteers.
Note: Preface dated "Albany, March, 1842."
Attributed to O.L. Holley by Sabin, Cushing, and Bradford, though Roorbach attributes it to Disturnell. Second edition (Albany, 1843) has Disturnell's name on t.p. as compiler.
Physical Description: 479 p., [2] leaves of plates (1 folded) : ill., map ; 21 cm.
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