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Volume and direction of the trans-Atlantic slave trade from all African to all American regions between 1500-1860.
French Atlantic pockets, held by 100000 germans soldiers during months and only surrended 3 days after the capitulation of Germany
1745 Map of Atlantic Canada (known as New France then) and New England coast from the Nova Scotia Archives.
Vol. 5. Plate, E. (Map bound by Pierrepont St., Fulton St., Court St., Atlantic Ave., East River; Including Montague St., Remsen St., Grace Court, Joralemon St., Livingston St., Schermerhorn NYPL1627525
Vol. 5. Plate, Q. (Map bound by Atlantic Basin, Verona St., Columbia St., Otsego St., Partition St., Buttermilk Channel; Including Tremont St., Clinton Wharf, William St., King St., Sullivan NYPL1627537
The street railway review (1891) (14572163978)
Brooklyn, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 19; Part of Ward 25, Section 6; (Map bounded by Broadway, Stone Ave., Fulton St., Eastern Parkway; Including Atlantic Ave., Saratoga Ave., Macon St., Hopkinson NYPL1695532
Double Page Plate No. 45- (Bounded by Atlantic Avenue, Eldert's Lane, Glen Street, Forbell Avenue, Magenta Street, Drew Street, Broadway, Ruby Street, Belmont Avenue, Drew Street, Dumont NYPL1517486
Brooklyn, Vol. 1, Double Page Plate No. 26; Part of Wards 7, 21 and 23, Sections 6 and 7; (Map bounded by Marcy Ave., Fulton St., New York Ave., Atlantic Ave; Including Grand Ave., Lafayette Ave., NYPL1703644
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