This is a scarce 1866 map of the Hudson River, New York by James Miller. It covers the course of the Hudson River from Lake Luzerne south as it empties into the Upper New York Bay. It also covers the numerous towns, cities and counties along its coast, including New York state capital of Albany, Troy, Hudson, Kingston, Poughkeepsie, Peekskill, White Plains, Yonkers, New York City, etc. Also includes Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island and Long Island. The map is color coded according to counties and identifies rivers, roads, railways and other topographical features. This map was engraved by T. Bonar and published by James Miller in his 1866 edition of Miller's new guide to the Hudson River.
Miller, J., Miller's new guide to the Hudson River, 1866.
Very good. Minor wear along original fold lines. Minor toning top right.