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This is a wonderful book for genealogists and historians to explore a timeline of maps in 16 of the U.S. most historically populous cities. Map dates vary by city. For example, maps included for Baltimore are 1792, 1805, 1822, 1837,1842,1869, and1897. Each city has a timeline beginning when it was founded and including dates of important historical events. Other information for each city is a page about researching the areas, including websites. A separate map index tells about each map. Maps in this 223-page book are reproduced in their original colors. Cities listed are: Baltimore, Boston, Charleston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, St. Louis, and Washington. Reduced shipping charges for media mail.
Journey to the big city
Explore your ancestors' hometowns This book guides you through American history by looking at the United States' sixteen most populous and historically influential cities, such as New York, Chicago, Boston, New Orleans, and Baltimore. Each section features beautiful, full-color maps published at crucial points in each city's history, tracing its growth and development from its founding to the early 1900s. Use the maps to find your ancestor's home, trace your ancestor's walk to work, and identify the streets and buildings from your ancestor's everyday life. Delve further into the past with a quick-reference timeline of key dates from each city's history. You'll also discover easy genealogy research tips for finding local birth, marriage, and death records; federal and state censuses; and city directories.
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Title: The Family Tree Historical Atlas of American Cities
Publisher: Cincinnati, Ohio, Family Tree Books: 2017
ISBN Number: 1440350612
ISBN Number 13: 9781440350610
Book Condition: new
Size: 8.5 x 11
lbs: 2.00 lbs
Seller ID: bw4321
Keywords: genealogy maps Baltimore Boston Charleston Chicago, Cincinnati Cleveland Detroit Houston Los Angeles New Orleans New York Philadelphia Pittsburgh San Francisco St. Louis Washington research ,