Vintage Map of New York, New York 1821
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Vintage Map of New York, New York 1821

Vintage Map of New York, New York 1821

Digitally restored and printed on museum-quality paper with archival ink in ultra high detail. Available framed, unframed or on 1.5 inch wrapped canvas. Made by hand in the USA.

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New York, New York Vintage Map

Historic New York Landmarks On This Map

  • Capitol, Albany
  • Greenbush, (Intersection Boston Turnpike roads)
  • Edmund C Genet, Eq
  • Greenes Tavern
  • Castleton, Proseuss Tav
  • Schodac Landing, (Kettles Tavern
  • Kinderhook Landing, (Butlers Coffee H)
  • Claverack Creek
  • East end of Warrant-st. in the City of Hudson (Thence to the Court House is 49 c., and to flag on Hudsons River is Ym. 12 c.) Leave Branch Turnpike
  • Road to the East
  • Halenbecks Tavern
  • The Blue Stores Tav
  • Clermond Hotel
  • Upper Redhook Church
  • Lower Redhook Church
  • Rhynbeck, Jaques Hotel
  • Thomas Tillotson, Esq
  • Morgan Lewis, Esq. late Governor of N. York
  • Russells Tavern
  • Nath Pendleton, Esq
  • Dr. Samuel Bard
  • Hyde Park Hotel
  • Dr. Benjamin Allen
  • Poughkeepsie Court H. (Thence to the River is 49 c)
  • Wappingers Creek
  • Stone mkd 70 M. f. N. Y
  • Fishkill Hotel
  • Fishkill Dutch Church
  • Stone mkd 65 M. f. N. Y
  • Weeks Tavern
  • John Warrens Tavern
  • 2m. 48c. E. of Fort Putnam
  • S. Nelsons Tavern
  • Peekskill, Divens Tav
  • Dutch Church
  • S. Dyekmans Tavern
  • Mr. John Lent
  • (Thence to Collebergh Tav is 68 c., and to Gen. Van Courtlandts, 1m. 73c)
  • Church
  • Croton River Bridge
  • Leacocks Ravern
  • Singsing, Presh Ch
  • Mount Pleasant Acad
  • Sparta, Marble Quarry
  • Dutch Church
  • Anres Creek
  • Tarry town Hotel
  • Odells Tavern
  • William Edgar, Esq
  • W N Dyekmans Tav
  • Phillipsburgh, Church
  • Aug. Van Courtlandt, Esq
  • Kingsbridge
  • Fort Prince Charles
  • Marble Quarry, 1m. long
  • Jacobus Dyekman, Esq
  • Fort Tyron
  • Fort George
  • Fort Washington
  • Mount Washington Mineral Spring
  • 155th street
  • 125th street, 8th avenue
  • MGowans Pass, at Forts Clinton and Fish
  • Observatory Place
  • 71st st or Harsens road
  • Elgin Botanic Garden
  • 42d or Steuben street
  • United States Magazen
  • Sailors Saug Harbour
  • City-Hall, New-York
  • Greenbush
  • Wilsons (M Kown) Tav
  • Millers Tav (leave T. P. road to Boston on the East
  • Smiths Tavern
  • VAN Volkenberghs Tav
  • Tavern
  • Stone mkd 137 m. f N. Y
  • Kinderhook (Deos Tav)
  • Claverack Creek
  • Branch T. P. Road,
  • Stone mkd 119m f. N. Y
  • Johnstown Tavern
  • The Blue Stores Tav
  • 1st Pres. Ch S. side Washington square
  • 2nd Pres. Ch W. Third, and N. Mulberry
  • 3rd Pres. Ch S. Pine, b. 4th and 5th
  • 4th Pres. Ch E. 5th and N Gaskill
  • 5th Pres. Ch N Spruce, b. 5th and 6th
  • 6th Pres. Ch S. Locust, b. 8th and 9th
  • 7th Pres. Ch W. 4th, b High and Chesnut
  • Pres. Ch. (N Liberties N Coats, and W 2d
  • Pres. Ch. (Keasington) N Palmer, b Queen and Prince
  • Pres. Ch (Spring Garden) E 8th, b. Cal lowhill and Buttonwood
  • Associate Ref Ch. S. Spruce, b. 3d and 4th
  • Reformed do E 11th, b High and Chesnut
  • Dutch Ref. W. Crown, b. Sassafras &Vine
  • Burghers Ch. W 13TH, b High and Filbert
  • Antiburghers Ch. N Walnut, b 4th and 5th
  • Pres Ch. (African) E 7th st b
  • Christ Ch. W 24, b. High and Mulberry
  • New Christ Ch. or St. Johns, (N. Liberties) W. St Johns, and S. Coats streets
  • St Jamess Ch E. 7th, b. High & Mulberry
  • St. Pauls Ch. E. 3D, B. Walnut and Spruce
  • St. Peters Ch. S, Pine, b. 3d and 4th
  • St. Thomass Ch. (African)W 5th, b. Walnut and Prune
  • St. Georges, E 4th, b. Sassagras and Vine
  • Union Ch. (S part of old College) W. 4th, b. High and Mulberry
  • Nazareth Ch. W 13th, b. Sassafras & Vine
  • St Johns Ch. (N. Liberties) W. Pitt, b. Beaver and George
  • Kensington Ch. S Queen, & E Marlborough
  • Ebenezer Ch. (Southwark) E. 2d, b Catharine and Queen
  • Salem Ch in 13th, b. Lombard and Cedar
  • Zoar (African) Church, (N. Liberties) N. Browne, b 4th and old York road
  • Bethel Ch E. 6th, b Pine and Lombard
  • Wesley Ch. N. Lombard, b. 5th and 6th
  • 1st Baptist M. House, W 2d, b. High and Mulberry
  • 2d Baptist (N. Liberties) W Budd, b. Laurel-st and Poplar-lane
  • 3d Baptist (Southwark) E 2d, b. Germand and Catharine
  • 4th Baptist S Sansom, b. 8th and 9th
  • 5th Baptist (N. Liberties) W New Market-street, b. Duke & Noble
  • 1st African do. W. 13th, b. Sassafras & Vine
  • 2d Baptist E. 10th, b. Sassafras & Vine
  • Friends M. H. W. 12th, b High &Chesnut
  • Friends M. H. S Mulberry, b. 2d and 4th
  • Friends M. H. S. Pine, b Front and 2d
  • Friends M. H. W. Front, b. Sassafras & Vine
  • Friends M. H. (N. Lib) E. 4th, & S. Green
  • Free Friends, W. 5th, and S. Mulberry
  • St. Joseph;s Ch. E 4th, b. Walnut & Spruce
  • Holy Trinity Ch. W 6th, and N Spruce
  • St. Augustines, W. 4th, b. Sassafras & Vine
  • St. Marys, W. 4th, b. Spruce and Walnut
  • Zion Ch. E. 4th, b. Mulberry and Cherry
  • St. Johns Ch W 5th, b. Sassafras and Vine
  • St. Michaels, E. 5th, b. Mulberry & Cherry
  • German Lutheran Ch (N. Liberties, W. St. Johns, b. Green and Tammany
  • German Calvinist, S. Sassafras b. 3d & 4th
  • Swedish Lutheran (Southwark) W. Swanson, b Christian and Prime
  • Covenanters, (Scotch) N. St. Marys lane, b. 6th and 7th, and b Cedar and Lombard
  • Moravian, (Epis) S. Sassafras, b. 2d and 3d
  • Jews Synagogue, (N Liberties) S Margaretta, b. 2d and new Market
  • Jews Synagogue, N Cherry, b. 3d and 4th
  • universalist Ch S. Lombard, b. 4th and 5th
  • Swedenborgians, (or New Jerusalem Ch/) S. Sanson and E. 12th
  • Unitarians, E. 10th, and N. Locust
  • Mount Zion Congregational, (Southwark) E. 6th, and S. Christian
  • Philadelphia Museum (R. Peale, manager.)
  • Gallery of American Portraits, by Delaplaine
  • Hall of the Mayors Court
  • Clerks Office of the Supreme Court of Pa
  • Clerk of the City and County Dristrict Court
  • Clerk of the Mayors Court
  • Office of the Register of Wills
  • Office of Recorder of Deeds for the County
  • Guardians of the Poor
  • United States Marshals Office
  • Clerk of the U. S. Circuit & District Courts
  • Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas
  • Clerk of the Court of Oyer and Terminer
  • Clerk of the Court of Quarter Sessions
  • Clerk of the Orphans Court
  • Philadelphia County Commissioners Office
  • Philadelphia County Treasurer and Auditor
  • Philadelphia County Sheriffs Office
  • City-Hall, N. E. angle of State-House Yard
  • Common Council Chamber,
  • Select Council Chamber
  • Mayors Offices (public and private)
  • City Commissioners Office
  • City Clerks Office
  • Court-House, N. W angle of State-House Yd
  • Hall of the District and Circuit Courts
  • Hall of the Supreme Court
  • Courts of Oyer and Terminer
  • Orphans Court Registers Court
  • Court of Common Pleas
  • Court of Quarter Sessions
  • District Court of the City and County
  • Court of the Registry of Wills
  • Jury Rooms Law Library
  • Commissioners Hall, E 2d, b. Christian and Queen
  • Commissioners Hall, E. 3d, b. Tammany and Green
  • Hall of the American Philosophical Society (N E. angle of the State-House Yard)
  • American Philosophical Societys Library
  • County Agricultural Society
  • Apartments of the Philadelphia Athenium, Library Reading-rooms, &c
  • State Prison and Penitentiary, E. 6th, b. Walnut and Prune
  • Debtors Prison, S. Mulberry, b. Broad and Sch. 8th
  • High-street Market, in High-street, b 6th street and the Delaware This Market, including the spaces intercepted by the Cross-streets, is 900 yards in length
  • New Market, in 2d street, b. Pine and Cedar
  • Market, in Broad, b. High and Chesnut
  • Northern Liberties Market, in 2d street, b. Coars and Poplar
  • Kensington Market, in Beach-street, b. Maiden and Shackamaxon
  • Collectors Office, In the Custom-House, W. 2d, b. Walnut and Spruce
  • Naval Office, In the Custom-House, W. 2d, b. Walnut and Spruce
  • Surveyors Office, In the Custom-House, W. 2d, b. Walnut and Spruce
  • Inspectors Office, 49 South Wharves, below Walnut-street
  • Post-Office, S. Chesnut, b. 3d and 4th
  • Navy-Yard, Southwark, S Prime-street, on the Delaware River
  • U. S. Mint, E. 7th, b. High and Mulberry
  • University of Penna., and Medical School, and Theatre, W. 9th, b. Chesnut & High
  • Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, N. Chesnut, b. 10th and 11th
  • Philadelphia Academy, (N part of the Old College,) W. 4th, b. Market and Mulberry
  • Bank of N. America, N. Chesnut b. 3d & 4th
  • Bank of Penn., W. 2d, b Chesnut & Walnut
  • Philadelphia Bank, S Chesnut, and W. 4th
  • Farmers and Mechanics Bank, N. Chesnut, b. 4th and 5th
  • Bank of the U. S., S Chesnut, b. 4th & 5th
  • Mechanics Bank, E 3d, b. High & Chesnut
  • Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania, S. Chesnut, b. 3d and 4th
  • Schuylkill Bunk, S. High and E. 6th
  • Bank of the N Liberties, N Vine, b 2d & 3d
  • Stephen Girards Banking House, (late Bank of the United States) W. 3d, b. Chesnut and Walnut
  • Delaware Ins. Co. S Walnut and E. 2d
  • American Fire do. N. Chesnut, b 3d & 4th
  • Marine and Fire Ins Co. N. Walnut, b. Front and 2d
  • U. States Ins Co. N. Walnut, b. Front & 2d
  • N. American do. S. Walnut, b. Front & 2d
  • Pennsylvania Ins. Co N. Dock, and E. 2d
  • Philadelphia Ins. Co S. Walnut, and W 2d
  • Phoenix Ins. Co. W 2d, b. Walnut & Dock
  • Union Ins. N. Walnut, b. Front and 2d
  • Union Ins. Co. (Hand in Hand) Dock
  • Mutual Ins. Co in Walnut, b. Front and 2d
  • Pennsylvania Assurance Co. N. Chesnut, b 5th and 6th
  • United States Arsenal or Magazine, Schuylkill River, near Grays Ferry
  • Pennsylvania State Arsenal and Armoury from 13th to Juniper, b. High & Chesnut
  • Pennsylvania Hospital, N. Pine, b. 8th & 9th
  • City Hospital, (Fairmount) N. St Andrew, and W. Sch. 4th
  • Christ Church Hospital for Widows, S. Cherry, b. 3d and 4th
  • Dispensary, E. 5th, b. Chesnut and Walnut
  • Alms House and House of Employment, S. Spruce, b. 10th and 11th
  • Friends Alms House, and African School, S. Walnut, b 3d and 4th
  • Northern Dispensary, (N. Liberties) W. Budd, and N. Greene
  • Southern Dispensary, (Southwark) Shippen-street
  • Magdalen Asylum, N. Sassafras, and E. Sch. 2d
  • Orphans Asylum, N. Cherry, & E. Sch. 5th
  • Friends Widow Asylum, N. Cherry, b. Sch. 5th and 6th

This is an ultra-high quality, digitally restored print of New York, NY from the year 1821.

This historic piece includes several well known New York landmarks, and it’s super accurate for 1821.

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