A birds-eye view of the city of Brooklyn from the east river depicting the entire eastern span of the city. This stunning panoramic map was drawn on stone by C.R. Parsons and published in 1879 by Currier & Ives. The map features beautifully detailed illustrations of buildings, boat traffic, and streets. Notable landmarks visible on the map are the Brooklyn Bridge connecting the city to Manhattan, Governors Island (recognized as the birthplace, in 1624, of the state of New York), Greenwood Cemetery, and Prospect Park.
Hang a piece of history on your wall with this stunning map of Brooklyn as it appeared in 1879. The antique reproduction map is available in a larger wall mural size that's sure to add dramatic visual dimension to any room.