New York and Brooklyn - 1866 edition (JMP-145)

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R 1866 Johnson's New York and Brooklyn AJJ 2 29-30 GI41-42 "Entered...1866"[10]; Inset: New York north of Central Park (UR)[3]
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P 1866-67 Johnson's New York and Brooklyn AJJ 2 30-31 GI42-43
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P 1867-68 Johnson's New York and Brooklyn AJJ 2 31-32 GI43-44
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A 1869-[70]* Johnson's New York and Brooklyn AJJ 2 33-34 GI27-28 *[70] Seen in loose Library of Congress map with a non-validated attribution to an 1870
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R 1870 Johnson's New York and Brooklyn AJJ 3 33-34 GI27-28
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R 1870-72 Johnson's New York and Brooklyn AJJ 3 40-41 AN41-42 Mt. Olivet Cemetery[6], and Long Island City[4] in Queens; Coney Island Plank & RR[9] in Brooklyn
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R 1873-74 Johnson's New York and Brooklyn AJJ 3 40-41 none Blissville[5] is present; "Kings County Parade Ground"[8]
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R 1874-78 Johnson's New York and Brooklyn AJJ 3 40-41 none E. Riv. Bridge[7] now present, without connecting roads in Manhattan
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R 1879-83 Johnson's New York and Brooklyn AJJS 3 40-41 none E. Riv. Bridge[7] has dotted connecting roads in Manhattan
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R 1883 Johnson's New York and Brooklyn AJJC 4 40-41 none E. Riv. Bridge[7] has solid lines on connecting roads in Manhattan
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R 1884-87 Johnson's New York and Brooklyn AJJC 4 40-41 none In NJ- RR(m) along Hudson River Road[1] now has new RR yards replacing Days Pt.[2] labeled "Westshore & Ontario Terminal Co."