Portion of Putnam and Westchester County with Orange and Rockland across the River, Section 11. F. W. Beers.

Portion of Putnam and Westchester County with Orange and Rockland across the River, Section 11.

New York: Watson & Company, 1891. Large scale map of this area, the southern entrance to the Hudson Highlands, with land owners and homesteads marked with owner names. Includes Peekskill from the Sisters of St. Francis to north of the Highlands Chemical Works (Manitou); Anthony's Nose and surrounding elevations called Manitou Mountains; includes the Hudson Suspension Bridge, New England Railway Company line running from Cortlandtville through the now Bear Mt. Bridge; Camp Smith shown very tiny and noted as "State Camp N.G.S.N.Y"; Bear Mountain named Bear Hill with the lake named Highland Lake; Doodletown to the south; Iona Island with hotel and station (L. H. Mace & Co. named). Dunderburg is also marked. Original printed color, backed on original linen. From the Hudson River Atlas. 29 x 19". Backed on linen. Archivally framed with UV plexiglass. Very good condition. Item #23424

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