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Local history Historical sketch of the islands in the East river and New York har-
New York city
Localities,

bor. (see N. Y. (city) - Common council. Manual. buildings

1855 14:493-98)

352.0747 N4k (see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 1855.

p. 65–70) Historical sketches of its origin and changes of names of the streets of

the city. (see N. Y. (city)—Common council. Manual. 1855 14:499-516)

352.0747 N4k Holland society of New York. Commemorative tablets. (see its Year book.

1890-91.
p.15-36)

974.7 qH71
New York city.
House with a history.
10p. N. Y. 1882.

N. Y. pub. lib.
Col. Roger Morris's fine old mansion.
Importance of the Long Island ferry question in old times. (see

Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 1855.
p. 129–32)

974.71 R28 An interesting historical mansion. (see Spirit of '76, Feb. 1895, 1:114-15)

369.1 94 Col. Roger Morris's house. Jones, W: A. Names of streets in New York city. (see New York gen

ealogical and biographical record, Ap. 1889, 20:65-66) 929.1 qN421 King's arms tavern, New York. (see Historical magazine, Oct. 1860,

4:303-5) Lamb, Mrs M. J. R. (Nash). Historic homes and landmarks,

their significance and present condition. (see Magazine of American history)

973 M27 Jan. 1889, 21:1-23

Mar. 1889, 21:177-207
Sep. 1889, 22:177-203
New York city.
Wall street in history.

95p.
N. Y. 1883.

974.71 L16 Colonial period, p. 9-38.

Papers written for the Magazine of American history, May-July, 1883. Memorials of the ancient condition of this city. (see N. Y. (city)

Common council. Manual. 1852. 11:401-6) 352.0747 N4k Obsolete names of localities on Manhattan Island. (see N. Y. (city) Common council. Manual. 1856. 15:465-76)

352.0747 N4k (see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 1855. p. 215-26)

973 H62

974.71 R28

The old graveyard of New Amsterdam. (see N. Y. (city)–Common Local history

New York city council. Manual. 1856. 15:444-47)

352.0747

N4k Localities,

buildings (see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 1855. p. 194-97)

974.71

R28 Onderdonk, Henry, jr. Old meeting houses of the society of friends in

the city of New York. (see American historical record, Mar. 1872, 1:117-23)

973 Am3 The original grants of village plots below Wall street. (see N. Y. (city)—

Common council. Manual. 1857. 16:495-514) 352.0747 N4k Papers relating to the swamp. (see N. Y. (city)—Common council. Manual. 1854. 13:529-35)

352.0747 N4k The park and its neighborhood in former times. (see N. Y. (city)-Common council. Manual. 1856. 15:426–39) 352.0747 N4k

(see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity.
1855.
p. 176-89)

974.71

R28 Pearl street. (see Old New York, Feb. 1890, 2:1-23) 974.71

qOli Post, J: J. Old streets, roads, lanes, piers and wharves of New York,

showing the former and present names together with a list of alterations of streets. 76p. N. Y. 1882.

917-471 qP84 Public buildings and churches in the city erected within different

intervals. (sce Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 1855 . P.145-47)

974.71 R28 Public buildings; the ancient and modern city halls. (see N. Y. (city) — Common council. Manual. 1845. 5: 336–37)

352.0747 N4k Selected from the New York mirror. Putnam, Ruth. Annetje Jans' farm. p.61-98. N. Y. C1897. (Half moon ser. v.1, no.3)

N. Y. state lib. (see Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder) & others. Historic New York. 1897 1:119-58)

974.71 G63 Riker, James. Harlem (city of New York); its origin and early

annals; prefaced by notices of its lounders before emigration;
also, sketches of numerous families, and the recovered history of the
land titles. 636p. N. Y. 1881, 79.

974.71 R44
Earliest time to 1687.
Rodenbough, T. F. Governors island. (see Wilson, J. G. ed.
Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 4:38-43)

974.71 qW69

205 fin2

Local history Roosevelt, Jacobus. Will. (see Old New York, Dec. 1889, 1:360-
New York city
Localities,

69) buildings

974.71 q011 Smith, W. C. Roger Morris house.

Roger Morris house. (see Magazine of American history, Feb. 1881, 6:89-104)

973 M27 Stephenson, John. The Bowery under Dutch rule. (see Independent,

Feb. 17, 1898, v. 50, pt 1, p.208-9)

The Bowery under English rule. (see Independent, Jan. 271898, v. 50, pt 1, p.109-10)

205

fIn2 Terhune, Mrs M. . V. (Hawes). The Jumel mansion, on Washington

Heights, New York city. (see her Some colonial homesteads. 1897. p.276–326)

973.2 T27 Tillou, F. R. Trinity church yard. (see N. Y. (city)—Common council. Manual)

352.0747 N4k 1861, 20:622-28 1862, 21: 679-85 1864, 23: 740-47 Trask, Spencer. Bowling green. 84p. N. Y. 1898. 974.71 T69 p.163-208. N. Y. °1898. (Half moon ser. v. 2, no. 5)

N. Y. state lib. (see Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder) & others. Historic New York. 1899 2 : 163-208)

974.71 G63 Valentine, D: T: The first establishment of the village of Harlem. (see N. Y. (city) - Common council. Manual. 1863. 22: 610-18)

352.0747 4k Historical : public improvements previous to the revolution. (see N. Y. (city) - Common council. Manual. 1862. 21:499-555)

352.0747 N4k History of Broadway. (see N. Y. (city)—Common council. Manual. 1865 24: 509-655)

352.0747 4k History of the fort in New York. see N. Y. (city)—Common council. Manual. 1864. 23:624-47) 352.0747 Wyk

History of Wall street to the commencement of the present century. (see N. Y. (city)—Common council. Manual. 1866. 25: 533-70)

352,0747 4k ed, anon. Original grants of village plots below Wall street. p.495-571. N. Y. 1857.

917.471 123 Extracted from Manual of the city of Vew York. 1857.

Villard, O. G. Early history of Wall street. p.99-140. N. Y. C1897 Local history

New York city (Half moon ser. v. 1, no 4)

N Y. state lib. Residents,

church records (see Goodwin, Mrs Maud (Wilder) & others. Historic New York. 1897. 1: 75-118)

974.71 G63 Willers, Diedrich, jr. Land titles in New York city. (see Old New York, Mar. 1890, 2:123-29)

974.71 qoli Winthrop, B: R. Old New York; read before the New York histori

cal society Feb. 4, 1862. (see N. 1. (city)–Common council. Manual. 1862. 21 : 686-94)

352.0747 Nuk

List of residents, church records, etc. Ballard, F. W. Huguenot settlers of New York city and its vicinity. (see N. Y. (city)-Common council. Manual. 1862. 21: 743-61)

352.07.17 N4k Census of the city of New York about the year 1703. I see N, Y.

(state)-State, Secretary of. Documentary history of the state of
New York) 1849-51. 1:611-24.

974:7

N424 1850-51. 1:395-405.

974.7 9N423 Names of heads of families. Citizens of New Amsterdam in 1657. (see Wilson, J. G.ed. Memorial his

tory of the city of New York. 1892-93. 1:305-6) 974.71 qW69 Copy of a poll list of New York city ; election for assembly, February

1761. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New
York. 1892-93
2: 317–24)

974.71 q1169 Directory of the citizens of New York of Dutch descent in 1687. (see N. Y. (city)-Common council. Manual. 1869. 27:872–79)

352.0747 N4k Directory of the city of New York in 1665. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892–93. 1:338-40)

974.71 9169 Directory of the city. in 1665. (see N. Y. (city)-Common council. Manual, 1849. 8: 356-59)

352.0747 N4k
From the records of the Dutch magistrates. Also in National magazine,
May 1892, 16:28-31, 973 M271.
Fernow, Berthold. Genealogical data gathered from Albany county

and New York city records. (see New York genealogical and bio-
graphical record, Oct, 1890, 21: 170–72)

929.1 9N421

Residents, church records

Local history Gleanings from the surrogate's office. (see Old NewYork) 974.71 GOLI

Sep, 1889, 1:131-36 Nov. 1889, 1: 269-76

Oct. 1 : 176-84 Jan, 1890, 1:417-22 Huguenots of New York city. (see Continental monthly, Aug. 1862, 2 : 193-98)

055 276 Huling, R. G. ed. Rhode Islanders at Manhattan in the 17th cen

tury. (see Narragansett historical register, July 1890, 8: 241-73)

974.5 N16

Extracts from O’Callaghan. Calendar of (Dutch) historical manuscripts concerning residents of Rhode Island. List of citizens admitted as freemen of the city of New York from 1749

to 1775. (see Reminiscences of the city of New York and its vicinity. 1855. p. 227-52)

974.71

R28 List of citizens of New York admitted as freemen between the years

1680 and 1740. (see Wilson, J. G. ed. Memorial history of the city of New York. 1892-93. 2:204-8)

974.71 qW69 List of citizens of New York admitted as freemen of the city between

the years 1683 and 1740. (see Valentine, D:T: History of the city of New York. 1853. p. 366-78)

974.71 V23 Arranged alphabetically. List of freemen continued from and including the year 1740, to and in

cluding 1748. (see Valentine, D:T: History of the city of New York. 1853. p. 385-93)

974.71 V23 Arranged by years. List of inhabitants of the city in 1703. (see Valentine, D:T: History of the city of New York. 1853. p. 344-65)

974.71 V43 List of inhabitants who offered loans for erecting the city palisades in

1653. (see Valentine, D:T: History of the city of New York. 1853. P. 313-14)

974.71 V23 List of members of the Dutch church in this city in the year i 1686. (see Valentine, D: T: History of the city of New York.

1853 p. 331-43)

974.71 V23 From the manuscript of Domine Selynus by Rev. Dr De Witt; also in Hol. land society of New York. Year book. 1896. p. 178–89, 974.7 qH71. List of the owners of houses and lots in the city about the year 1674,

at the final cession to the English with the national descent of the persons named and their estimated wealth. (see Valentine, D:T: History of the city of New York. 1853. P. 319-30)

974.71 V23 Also in Holland society of New York. Year book. 1896. p. 167-77, 974.7 qH71,

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