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A highly appealing 1912 large format folio map of Seneca County, New York, issued for the New Century Atlas of Counties of the State of New York. The map covers the county lying between the Seneca and Cayuga Lakes from Junius and Tyre to Lodi and Covert, including Ovid, Romulus, Varick, Fayette, Waterloo and Seneca Falls. There is appealing detail throughout with the roads, towns, and railroad lines clearly represented. Various communities are identified with larger districts highlighted in vivid pastels. This map was issued as plate nos. 208 and 209 in Everts' New Century Atlas of Counties of the State of New York.
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