Map of the lands ceded to the people of the State of New York by the Orchard Party of the Oneida Indians by treaty of March 13, 1841

Map of the lands ceded to the people of the State of New York by the Orchard Party of the Oneida Indians by treaty of March 13, 1841. Map shows land divided into lots, with acreage and Oneida Turnpike noted. Map shows purchases dated 1841; May 23, 1842; June 25, 1842; and remaining Orchard Party lands. Map surveyed and allotted pursuant to the instructions of O. L. Holley, Esq., Surveyor General, by Nathan Burchard, Deputy Surveyor. Original map size 18” x 20”.

Map of Lands ceded to the people of the State of New York by the Orchard Party and the Oneida Indians, by treaty of March 13th, 1841. Surveyed by Nathan Burchard, Deputy Surveyor. (Oneida County)
Identifier
NYSA_A0273-78_434
Date
1842
Language
English
Source
New York State Archives, Series A0273-78, Survey maps of lands in New York State, [ca. 1711-1913] (bulk ca. 1772-1913). Map 434.
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New York