Map of the survey and allotment of land ceded to the people of the State of New York by the first Christian party of Oneida Indians containing 2352 acres, 1829

Map of land divided into lots with acreage, and location of roads and waterways noted. Land includes sixty acres granted to Peter Augustine and John Dennu, the westerly part marked six hundred acres is that which is now given up to the State, the remaining part is still in the hands of the Indians. Done December 1829 and respectfully submitted to Simeon DeWitt, Esq., Surveyor General, by Peter Gifford, Deputy Surveyor. Original map size 26” x 23”.

Map of lands ceded to the people of the State of New York by the First Christian Party of Oneida Indians, the 8th of October, 1829. By Peleg Gifford, Deputy Surveyor. Dated 16th December, 1829.
Date Original
New York State Archives, Series A0273-78, Survey maps of lands in New York State, [ca. 1711-1913] (bulk ca. 1772-1913), Map 290, part 3.
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