Historic Map - Camden, NY - 1885

Camden, N.Y. Published & drawn by L. R. Burleigh. Beck & Pauli Litho.

Reproduction panoramic view of Camden, New York, drawn by Lucien R. Burleigh and published by Beck & Pauli Litho. in 1885. The first mills in Camden were erected in 1797, at the time when the village in Oneida County was called "Mexico". In 1799, the town was renamed Camden and began to attract manufacturers. Foundries were erected in the early 1800's and by 1850 Camden was connected to Rome, NY by rail. In 1885, Camden had several fine furniture manufacturers and two corn canning factories.

The bird's-eye view map from 1885 shows railway route and includes clearly labeled Camden street names.

Features numbered references to the following locations:

  1. Congregational Church
  2. Presbyterian Church
  3. Episcopal Church
  4. Methodist Church
  5. St. John's R. C. Church
  6. Union School
  7. Town Hall
  8. Masonic Hall
  9. First National Bank
10. "The Advance-Journal", W. C. Stone, Editor
11. Whitney House, D. J. Crimmins, Proprietor
12. Durr's Hotel, P. Durr, Proprietor
13. Reed's Hotel
14. Moses' Hotel
15. Erwin House
16. F. H. Conant's Sons, Chair Manufactory
17. Chas. H. Ray, Chair Manufactory
18. Tannery, P. H. Costello
19. Eagle Foundry & Machine Shop
20. Frisbie & Stansfield, Knit Goods Manufactory
21. Huyck & Voorhees, Woolen Mills
22. Phelps Bros., Corn Canning Factory
23. Newland Bros., Corn Canning Factory
24. Jacob Rush, Sash & Blind Factory
25. Chas. Allen, Planing Mill
26. Young & Dexter, Furniture Manufactory
27. McDonald & Clark, Carriage & Sleigh Manufactory
28. James Stark, Carriage & Sleigh Manufactory
29. Boehm Bros., Carriage & Sleigh Manufactory
30. Penfield & Stone, Grist Mill
31. James P. Owen, Grist Mill
32. Cheese Factory
33. Park Rink. Cromwell & Morss.
34. Driving Park
35. Railroad Station
36. Cemetery
Historic Map of Camden, NY - 1885

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