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Flint House Archaeological Report, 2002 — 2003:
Tales from the Glenville Woods

[This information is from Flint House Archaeological Report, 2002 — 2003: Tales from the Glenville Woods by Stephen D. Jones, Ph.D., RPA, and others, and is reproduced here with his permission.]

Map 4: 1750, Plan of Schenectady

1750 map showing layout of Schenectady.

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This drawing was made about 1750 and shows the layout of what was then the Town of Schenectady and the surrounding lands. Big (Guise) Island in the Mohawk River is marked and the buildings of "Mr. Degrave" (i.e., DeGraff) on the Scotia side are circled.

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