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923.27 V35 Watson, J: F. Historic tales of olden time, concerning the early set
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974.7 W33 New York city. (see his Annals and occurrences of New York city and state in the olden time. 1846. p.141-390) 974.7 W331
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974.811 W332 Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York from its first settlement to the year 1892.
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974.71 G63 Historical minutes of the times of the Dutch. (see N. Y. (city)
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property of Trinity church, New York; an historic inquiry. 105p.
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923.77 J632 City affairs after the capture of the city by the English, 1665-1672. (see N. Y. (city)-Common council. Manual.
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051 (F21 Clarke, Jo. New York in 1672-73; A letter written by Jo. Clarke of
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973 H62 Condition of New York in 1757. (see Old New York, Ap.1890, 2:166–77)
974.71 qoli Condition of the city fortifications, from a survey in 1688. (see
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974.71 qoli Extracts from early newspapers, 1733–34. (see Old New York, Dec. 1889, 1:357-59)
974.71 GOLI The first negro plot in the city of New York, 1712. (see N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 1869.
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973 M27 New York city, 1664-88.