English: This is a historic map that is part of a comprehensive coastal survey, undertaken by NOAA (US Federal Government) from 1834-1845, focusing on the Long Island Sound area. This map is referred to as a 'T-sheet' and is one of thousands of maps available from NOAA that have not yet been georeferenced.
|Author||NOAA Coastal Survey T-Sheets|
between 1834 and 1845
|Source||NOAA, US Federal Government|
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This has been uploaded to Wikimedia Commons as part of a project undertaken by Regional Plan Association (www.rpa.org) and funded by the Doris Duke Foundation, with additional support from the Leon Lowenstein Foundation. In partnership with OpenHistoricalMap, TeachOSM, and many others, this project will map out the historic wetlands of the New York metropolitan area, as part of a study on climate adaptation and habitat restoration.
This image is in the public domain because it contains materials that originally came from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, taken or made as part of an employee's official duties.
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