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- Quarto, 11-1/2 inches high by 9 inches wide. Softcover, bound in plain white wrappers with the title penned in black on the front cover. The covers are soiled and creased along the edges and corners with some chipping to the edges and spine. 26 pages consisting of the title and pages  through 696, with 9 illustrated plans printed on 5 plates. The pages are darkened along the edges of the plates with some occasional foxing.
The illustrations depict plans of "Utica in 1802", "Little Falls in 1802", "Rome in 1802", Whitestown in 1802", and several illustrations of fortifications near Lake Ontario and the Black River.
Extracted from "The Documentary History of the State of New York: Arranged Under Direction of the Hon. Christopher Morgan, Secretary of State" Volume 3, Number 20.
"The Rev. John Taylor, the author of the following journal, was a native of Westfield. Mass. He graduated at Yale College in 1784, and soon after, having engaged in the Ministerial profession, settled in Deerfield. By desire of the Missionary Soc. of Hampshire Co. he made the following Journal in 1802...." - [Quoted from the verso of the title page].
Title: JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN TAYLOR'S MISSIONARY TOUR THROUGH THE MOHAWK & BLACK RIVER COUNTRIES IN 1802.
Publisher: Albany: Weed, Parsons & Co., .: .
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Seller ID: 35966
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