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Title: Erie Canal Survey, Glen showing Fultonville and Road to Caughnawaga Village
Brief Description: Map of Erie Canal in Glen
Date Original: 1834
Identifier: NYSA_A0848-77_MC7_DR9_V9_E9_31
Source: New York State Archives, A0848-77, Canal System Survey Maps, 1832-1843, Map no. E9-31
Publisher: New York State Archives
Contributor:
Creator: New York (State). Office of the Canal Commissioners.
Language: English
Description:

This is an ink, wash and charcoal map of a section of the Erie Canal in Glen. It shows the Village of Fultonville, the Mohawk River, a stream that runs under the canal and into the river, a basin and dry dock, eight bridges including one that spans the Mohawk, forty-one buildings, the Road to Caughnawaga Village and four unidentified roads. The red lines indicate courses and distances. The blue lines indicate canal right-of-way. The map also shows the properties of E. Yates, G. Yates, Voohees, A. Rodgers, W. Williams, E. Vedder, C. Enders, C. Putman, J. Putman, A. Putman, A. McKinley, J. Whipple and John Van Eps.

Relation: IsPartOf: New York State Archives. Office of the Canal Commissioners. Canal system survey maps, 1832-1843, A0848-77.
IsFormatOf: Digital representation of an ink, wash, or charcoal [18”by 26”] map in New York State Archives, Canal system survey maps, 1832-1843, A0848-77.
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Location: New York (State)
Montgomery County (N.Y.)
Erie Canal (N.Y.)
Time Period: 1830s
Collections: Montgomery County, N.Y.

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