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Reproduction Charles Blaskowitz chart (originally published, July 22, 1777) of Narragansett Bay. Includes lists of principal farms: 22” X 32”.
Map of the city of Providence & parts of Johnston, North Providence, Cranston & Seekonk, MA Detail includes buildings, hotels, manufacturers, fire houses, schools, churches & public buildings.
Survey map of the city of Providence, Rhode Island. Detail includes principal points of interest.
Map of Providence, Rhode Island. Part of Beers published survey for State & Townships.
The Rhode Island General Assembly Reapportionment and Redistricting records consist of the records of the General Assembly’s Reapportionment Commission (2001) including official maps, transcripts, videocassettes of Commission proceedings and the records of Elmer E. Cornwall (House Parliamentarian (1977-2002) and was the House of Representatives' chief expert on Constitutional Conventions; Reapportionment and Municipal Home Rule Charters.
Map of the Island of RI (Aquidneck Island) showing the distribution of British and American troops during the Battle of Rhode Island, August 1778. Hand-drawn and colored. Also 2 negatives from photographs of the map. Photographs and photocopies of the map. Also reproductions of a British map of the same battle.
Copy of Map of a Survey of the Narragansett Bay made by order of his Majesty’s Court of June 24, 1741.
Copied from a map deposited in the Secretary of the States Office, Boston, Mass which is a certified copy from the original deposited in her Majesty’s State Paper office, London by Atwater & Schubarth.
Plat map (Plat # 26 1/2) showing the road from the Providence Court House to the House of John Mann. Detail includes buildings and owners. Created by: Mr. J.J.S. Slater.
This record consists of a single map published by the US Coast and Geodetic Survey for the Rhode Island and Connecticut Border Commissioners, and dated January 1941.
27 plates showing layout of streets / building imprints in the city of Providence, Pawtucket, Central Falls, Cranston, Johnston, East Providence, North Providence & east shore of Warwick. Engineer: Harold Hazen Richards, Civil Engineer, Publisher: Richards Map Company, Springfield, MA.
Copy map of layout of North Main street, Providence, Rhode Island, from North Ground home of lots on Town Street (now Canal) & John Whipple’s land, about 1770. 2 copies.
According to the actual Survey made thereof BY CAP.T CYPRIAN SOUTHACK As also the Outlines of Several of the Provinces of and Colonys lying thereon, according to the respective Grants and Charters. Shows boundary outlines for the "Colony of Connecticut", "Rhode Island and Providence Plantations", "New Plymouth", "His Majesty's PROVINCE of the MASSACHUSETTS BAY", "His Majestys PROVINCE of NEW HAMPSHIRE" and "The late Province of Maine". Surveyor: Captain Syprian Southack, 1662-1745.
Special Legislative Commission to Study the Howard Complex records of the chief of the Division of Planning (Statewide Planning) Daniel Varin.
Measurements taken during a survey of the state. Includes: table number, location of first station, station number, course, and distance from previous station, comments concerning each station, occassionally accompanied by a small drawing of a particular area.
Atlas of Surveys, 1895 created for the Bureau of Industrial Statistics. Conists of one volume annotated, the volume has also been rebound or repaired. Scales range from 300' to 0.5 mile to the inch. On page 38 annotation begins possibly for census use.
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- Providence (R.I.) 4
- Cartography 2
- Narragansett Bay (R.I.) 2
- official reports 2
- Bristol (R.I. : Town) 1
- Election districts 1
- Jamestown (R.I.) 1
- Maps 1
- Middletown (R.I.) 1
- Newport (R.I.) 1
- Portsmouth (R.I. : Town) 1
- Rhode Island, Battle of, R.I., 1778. 1
- United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783. 1
- Warren (R.I. : Town) 1
- battlefield maps 1
- blueprints (reprographic copies) 1
- correspondence 1
- minutes (administrative records) 1
- state government records 1 ∧ less
- Rhode Island. General Assembly (1643-) 5
- Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) (1933-1942) 1
- Rhode Island. Bureau of Industrial Statistics (1887-1919) 1
- Rhode Island. Department of State (1730-) 1