Western New York in 1809. (S3-23)
Lower Right: R.H.Pease Sc. & Print, Albany. 1810. " A Ride to Niagara", by Thomas Cooper, published in The Portfolio, July/October, 1810.
Author: Thomas Cooper
Source / Publication: The Portfolio ("A Ride to Niagara")
Place of Publication: Albany, New York
Date: July / October 1810
Engraver: Richard H. Pease (1813-1869)
Paper Dimensions: 9 1/8 x 11 1/8 inches.
Coloured: Black and White
Condition: The print has a great deal of foxing across the surface, as well as some damage to the bottom of the print, including a portion of the bottom left corner, missing, as can be seen.
References: Creek, A.B. Maps of the Genesee Valley & Finger Lakes Region, 1776-1950, p.129.
Keywords: Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Genesee Valley, Finger Lakes, New York, Western New York, Seneca Lake, Oneida Lake, Rotterdam, Oswego Fort, Cayne Lake, Cayuga, Salina, Salt Springs, Cross Lake, Seneca River, Auburn, Owasko Lake, Ostisco Lake, Skaneateles Lake, Ithaca, Military Turnpike Road, Bath Turnpike Road, Owego, Oswego, Newtown, Catharine's Town, Susquehanna, Tioga River, Allegany River, Fort Erie, Lewistown, Niagara Fort, Queens Town, Chippewas, Batavia, New Amsterdam, Genesee River, Hartford, Bloomfield, Canandaigua Lake, Prince Edward,
Identification Number: S3-23
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