Early Map of Erie County, 1829
Showing the early layout of many of the towns still known today, this Erie County map is taken from David Burr’s Atlas of the State of New York, published in 1829, just 8 years after the area was designated as Erie County and 4 years after the completion of the Erie Canal. Burr, an American cartographer and surveyor, was later the official topographer for the U.S. Post Office and Surveyor General of Utah.
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