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A CHRONOLOGICAL LISTING OF MAPS CONSULTED

MAP #1:
17--
Drawn for William Harper
"A portion of New York from the Hudson River west to the Unadilla branch of the Susquehanna River." #1079 G.3801.G465 17--. P6 Vault.
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

MAP #2:
1736
Anonymous
"Survey of Land for Fred'k Morris et al; 6,000 acres on both sides Mohawk River, west of Cosby's Manor." Map #619 in Catalogue of Maps and Field Books in the Land Bureau of the Department of the State Engineer and Surveyor. New York State. Albany, 1920.
New York State Archives, Albany, New York.

MAP #3:
175-
Anonymous
"A map of the route from the City of Albany to the Fort Osswego on the Lake of Catarque." #1080 G.3802.M6 175- .M3 Vault.
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

MAP #4:
1750-68
Anonymous
"N.W. parts of New York No. 156." #1081 G.3800 1750 .N2 Vault [Force 121].
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

MAP #5:
1756
Anonymous
"A drawn map of the county of Albany." B.L. Shelfmark K Top CXXI.9.2.
The British Library, London, England.

The same as:
"Map of the County of Albany: with a continuation of the Mohawk River...down to the Oswego." Maps #3 & #4, Series 1, Volume 1, of The Crown Collection of Photographs of American Maps, selected and edited by Archer Butler Hulbert.
New York State Library. Albany, New York.

The same as:
"A colored 'Map of the County of Albany:' with a continuation of the Mohawk River, Wood Creek, etc. down to Oswego; drawn on a scale of 4 English miles to an inch. 2 f. 7 in. x 2 f. 6 in. [CXXI. 9.2]." in Manuscript Maps, Charts and Plans and Topographical Drawings in the British Museum. Vol. 3.The British Museum. London, 1844. Page 523.

The same as:
"A Drawn Map of the County of Albany" in Catalogue of Maps, Prints, Drawings, etc... presented by His Majesty King George the Fourth to the British Museum. Vol. 1. The British Museum. London, 1829. Page 13.

MAP #6:
1756
T. Kitchin
"A Map of the Eastern part of the Province of New York." Map #74, Manuscripts and Special Collections.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #7:
1757
Anonymous
"A drawn map of the country between Albany and Oswego." B.L. Shelfmark K Top CXXI.13.
The British Library, London, England.

The same as:
"[Parts of] A colored map of the Route between Albany and Oswego." Maps #48, #49 & #50, Series 1, Volume 1, of The Crown Collection of Photographs of American Maps, selected and edited by Archer Butler Hulbert.
New York State Library. Albany, New York.

The same as:
"A colored map of the route between Albany and Oswego; drawn about 1756, on a scale of 2 miles to an inch; 7 f. 8 in. x 1 f. 7 in. [CXXI .13]." in Manuscript Maps, Charts and Plans and Topographical Drawings in the British Museum, Vol. 3, The British Museum, London, 1844. Page 524.

The same as:
"A Drawn Map of the Country between Albany and Oswego. Three sheets." in Catalogue of Maps, Prints, Drawings, etc... presented by His Majesty King George the Fourth to the British Museum, Vol. 1. The British Museum. London, 1829. Page 13.

MAP #8:
1758
Francis Pfister
"New York State." Map #747 V446. Manuscripts and Special Collections.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #9:
c. 1758
Anonymous
"A...Plan of the Course of Wood Creek...to the Onoida Lake...Drawn about 1758." Maps #6 & #7, Series 1, Volume 1, of The Crown Collection of Photographs of American Maps, selected and edited by Archer Butler Hulbert.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #10:
1759
Anonymous
"Plan of the River etc. from Albany to Oswego In America."
William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

MAP #11:
1765
Alexander Colden, Surveyor General
"A Map, plot, or description of several tracts of land granted or surveyed on both sides of the Mohawk's River, from a creek called Oriskonie, to one called Arie creek near the lower Mohawks Castle." Map #2688-A
Public Record Office, London, England.

See also:
Reel 3, Map CO700 and Reel 4, Map MP11 (both versions of above) of American Manuscript Maps in British Repositories, Phase 1 1763-1783. [NYSL A/FM 912.73 A512 86-23082]
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #12:
1768
Will Cockburn
"Map of Patented Lands in the Counties of Albany..." Map #747, Manuscripts and Special Collections.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #13:
1768
Thomas Jefferys
"Provinces of New York and New Jersey with part of Pensilvania (drawn by Capt. Holland)." Map #747, Manuscripts and Special Collections.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #14:
1769
Anonymous
"Map of a tract of land in the County of Albany, lying on the south side of the Mohawk River, between Sadaqueda and Ohriskenie Creek. Petitioned for by John Cregg and others. June, 1769 [Oneida County]." Land Papers, Vol. 25, p. 126. as listed in Mix, David E. Catalogue of Maps and Surveys in the Offices of the Secretary of State, State Engineer and Surveyor, and Comptroller and the New York State Library. Charles Van Benthuysen. Albany, 1859. Page 174.
New York State Archives, Albany, New York.

MAP #15:
1770
Simon Metcalf
"Map of 6,365 acres of land on the north side of the Mohawk's River, in the county of Albany. Surveyed by Simon Metcalf, Deputy Surveyor, for Hugh Wallace and others. Alexander Colden, Surveyor-General, March 15, 1770. [Deerfield, Oneida County]" Land Papers, Vol. 26, p. 146. as listed in Mix, David. E. Catalogue of Maps and Surveys in the Offices of the Secretary of State, State Engineer and Surveyor, and Comptroller and the New York State Library. Charles Van Benthuysen. Albany, 1859. Page 178.

MAP #16:
1770
Alexander Colden
"Map of 2,000 acres of land on the north side of the Mohawk's river, in the County of Albany. Surveyed for Hezekiah Somner, Lieutenant of Rangers. Alex'r Colden, Surveyor General. March 15, 1770. [Deerfield, Oneida County]." Land Papers, Vol. 26. p. 147,150. as listed in Mix, David. E. Catalogue of Maps and Surveys in the Offices of the Secretary of State, State Engineer and Surveyor, and Comptroller and the New York State Library. Charles Van Benthuysen. Albany, 1859. Page 178.

MAP #17:
1770
Alexander Colden
"Map of 164 acres of land on the south side of the Mohawk's river, in the county of Albany. Surveyed for Donald McKey, Late a Corporal in the Forty-Second or Royal Highland Regiment. Alex'r Colden, Surveyor General. March 15, 1770. [Rome, Oneida County]." Land Papers, Vol. 26. p. 148-149. as listed in Mix, David. E. Catalogue of Maps and Surveys in the Offices of the Secretary of State, State Engineer and Surveyor, and Comptroller and the New York State Library. Charles Van Benthuysen. Albany, 1859. Pages 178-9.

MAP #18:
1770
Anonymous
"Map of Cox Patent... and Oriskany Patent on Wood Creek and Mohawk River, Oneida County." Map #684, Series A0273, Catalogue of Maps and Field Books in the Land Bureau of the Department of the State Engineer and Surveyor. New York State. Albany, 1920.
New York State Archives, Albany, New York.

MAP #19:
1772
T. Kitchin (for Thomas Mante)
"Communication between Albany and Oswego." in Mante, Thomas. The History of the Late War in North America. London, 1772. Page.61.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #20:
1772
Anonymous
"A Map of Cosby's Patent." Map #74762, Manuscripts and Special Collections.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #21:
1775
Will Cockburn
"Map of Sundrie Patents on south side of Mohawk." Map #747, Manuscripts and Special Collections.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #22:
1775
John Montresor
"A Map of the Province of New York, with part of Pensilvania and New England." Map #747, Manuscripts and Special Collections.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #23:
1779
Claude Sauthier
"A Chorographical Map of the Province of New-York in North America." Map #747-12959, Manuscripts and Special Collections.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #24:
1784
Anonymous
"Map of Sadaghqueda Patent, North side of Mohawk River; 1784, Forfeited lands of Hugh Wallace." Map #769, Catalogue of Maps and Field Books in the Land Bureau of the Department of the State Engineer and Surveyor. New York State. Albany, 1920.
New York State Archives, Albany, New York.

See also:
"Map of the Sadequada Patent." [same image as above but colored, on scroll] Department of Taxation and Finance, Room 403, Building 9, State Office Campus.
Albany, New York.

MAP #25:
1786
John R. Bleecker
"Map of Cosby's Manor [Herkimer and Oneida Counties] Done by John R. Bleecker."
The Comptroller's Office, 855 Central. Albany, New York.

MAP #26:
1788
John R. Bleecker
"Map of Cosby's Manor, Herkimer and Oneida Counties, formerly Montogomery County; by John R. Bleecker, Aug. 1788." Map #182, Catalogue of Maps and Field Books in the Land Bureau of the Department of the State Engineer and Surveyor. New York State. Albany, 1920.
New York State Archives, Albany, New York.

MAP #27:
1789 (1809)
Copied by J. Randel Junr. in 1809
"Map of Oriskany Patent; Subdivided into Lots in 1789." Map #747, Manuscripts and Special Collections.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #28:
c1790
Anonymous
"Whitesboro." Map MU WHI.1 c. 1790 Number 1964.154
Oneida Historical Society, Utica, New York.

MAP #29:
1790
Simeon DeWitt
"Map of the Headwaters of the Rivers Susquehanna and Delaware, Embracing the Early Patents on the South Side of the Mohawk River." In Documentary History of the State of New York, Vol. 1. Albany, 1845-1851. Page 420.

MAP #30:
1796
H. P. Schuyler
"Map of the Late Oneida Reservation." Map #227, Maps in the Surveyor-General's Office.
New York State Archives, Albany, New York.

MAP #31:
1801
Will Cockburn and John E. van Alen, Commissioners
"Map exhibiting the western boundary of Henry Cosby's Patent, being the line between said patent and Ann Wilmott's patent." Page 44, Volume XXXVI, Maps in Deed Books, Offices of the Secretary of State.
New York State Archives, Albany, New York.

MAP #32:
1803
Benjamin Wright
"Survey of the Mohawk Valley."
Oneida Historical Society, Utica, New York.

MAP #33:
1804
C.C. Broadhead
"Map of Sadaqueda Patent, Lot. No. 2, Oneida County." Map #297, Series A0273, Maps and Field Books in the Land Bureau of the Department of the State Engineer and Surveyor.
New York State Archives, Albany, New York.

MAP #34:
1806
Peleg Gifford
"Town of Whitestown." Map OC WHI.1, 1806 Cabinet.
Oneida Historical Society, Utica, New York.

MAP #35:
1808
Anonymous
"Map of Cosby's Manor, May, 1808." Page 384, Volume XXXVII, Maps in Deed Books, Maps and Surveys in the Offices of the Secretary of State.
New York State Archives, Albany, New York.

MAP #36:
1811
Benjamin Wright
"Survey of the Mohawk Valley."
The Canal Museum. Syracuse, New York. (Photographic copy in New York State Library.)

MAP #37:
1829
Anonymous
"Oneida County Showing Original Patents, Grants &c From Surveyor General's Map." In Wager, Daniel. Our County and Its People, A Descriptive Work on Oneida County. Boston, 1891. Facing page 92.

MAP #38:
1849
David Vaughan
"A Chorographical Map of the Province of New York in North America." [Facsimile of 1779 map by Claude Sauthier.] In O'Callaghan, E.B., ed. The Documentary History of the State of New York. Albany, 1851. Vol. 1. Facing page 526.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #39:
1898
U.S. Geological Survey
"Oriskany." [15' Topographic Quadrangle] Edition of Mar. 1898, reprinted Nov. 1911.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #40:
1900
U.S. Board of Engineers
"Deep Waterways Survey"
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #41:
1908
New York State
"Contract No. 42, Erie Canal, Section 5. Plan and Profile of New River Channel opposite Sta. 5575-5595."
New York State Department of Transportation, Albany, New York.

MAP #42:
1947
U.S. Geological Survey
"Rome." [15' Topographic Quadrangle] Edition of 1947.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

MAP #43:
1953
New York State
"New York State Thruway - The Mohawk Section; Whitesboro to Utica West City Line." Map M.T. 53-7, approved April 13, 1953.
New York State Department of Transportation, Albany, New York.

MAP #44:
1955
U.S. Geological Survey
"Oriskany." [7.5' Topographic Quadrangle] Edition of 1955.
New York State Library, Albany, New York.

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