A Census of the New Buildings Erected in this City, in the Year 1824, Arranged in Distinct Classes, According to their Materials and Number of Stories. James Hardie.
A Census of the New Buildings Erected in this City, in the Year 1824, Arranged in Distinct Classes, According to their Materials and Number of Stories.

A Census of the New Buildings Erected in this City, in the Year 1824, Arranged in Distinct Classes, According to their Materials and Number of Stories.

New York: Printed by Samuel Marks, 63 Vesey Street, 1825. Wraps. A classified survey giving an extremely detailed account of the expansion of New York's population, housing and business in 1824. For example, the count of new buildings, carefully tallied by street, from Albany through York Street, totals 1,624, each with its building material and number of stories recorded.

Includes a wide range of statistics such as the numbers of men and women and children, according to race (white and black), the Annual Report of Interments, the number of paupers in the Alms House, the numbers of prisoners, a chart of the different religious denominations & places of public worship, official return of the shipping, and list of banks and insurance companies.

Slim 8vo, 48pp. Original salmon stitched paper wrappers, slightly chipped along spine. Partially unopened. OCLC: 54286173. Good + condition. Item #24754

Price: $525.00

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