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Catalog Number 2016.20.1
Object Name Map
Scope & Content A reproduction of a map of Danvers. The map was created by H. McIntyre, who was a civil engineer and surveyor in 1852. Around the outer region of the map are images of important places of Danvers and South Danvers. They include: Washington Street looking towards Main Street with the Lexington Monument as a landmark; C. Thompson's residence in South Danvers; H.B. Ward's Residence in South Danvers; Naumkeag House; Danvers Port, that includes the M.M. Black house; Danvers Alms House and the Third Congrecational Church of Danvers with Rev. James Fletcher as minister.

The map offers some basic topographic informatoin as well.
Access Conditions Restricted to use in Sutton Room or Research Room.
Creator M. McIntyre, Civil Engineer & Surveyor
Title 1852 Map of the Town of Danvers Massachusetts
Level of description Item
Copyrights All copyrights belong to the Peabody Institute Library, Peabody, MA
Collection Local History Resource Center
Pub Date 1852
Size 62 x 86 cm
Subjects Danvers (Mass.)--History
Danvers (Mass.)--History--Map(s)
Danvers (Mass.)--Description
Danvers (Mass.)--Boundaries
South Danvers (Mass.)--History
South Danvers (Mass.)--History--Map(s)
South Danvers (Mass.)--Boundaries
Parent ObjectID 2015.36.2