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    • Title: The new metropolis : memorable events of three centuries, 1600-1900 : from the island of Mana-hat-ta to Greater New York at the close of the nineteenth century : Illus. with 1000 engravings
      • Description: xxii, 639 : ill., plates (part col.) ; 29 x 36 cm. ; and 2 albums(col. plates) ; 34 X 42 cm.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries. Special Collections
      • Imprint: New York : Appleton, [1899]
      • Date: 1899
      • Call Number: NE200 C49 Ze3
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