Historic Map - Putnam, CT - 1877

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View of Putnam, Conn 1877. C. H. Vogt lith. Printed by J. Knauber & Co.

A print reproduction of Putnam, CT, drawn and published by O. H. Bailey in 1877, lithograph by C. H. Vogt. Founded in 1855, the town was named for American Revolutionary War General Israel Putnam. A classic New England mill town, Putnam was uniquely suited to supplying clothing and other items to the military during the American Civil War, with the presence of several mills and a railroad in town. Eight mills are referenced on this beautifully colored and detailed map of Putnam. The elegant, decorative title cartouche makes this a map a charming example of a 19th Century lithograph. Complete reference list below.

Features numbered references to the following locations:

  1. U. S. Post Office
  2. New York & New England Rail Road Depot
  3. 1st National & Savings Bank
  4. High School
  5. Congregational Church
  6. Episcopal Church
  7. Methodist Church
  8. Baptist Church
  9. St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church & Convent
10. The Morse Mill
11. The Powhattan Mill
12. The Nightingale Mill
13. The Putnam Mfg. Co.'s Mill
14. The Putnam Woolen Co.'s Mill
15. The Monohansett Mill
16. The Moriarty & Sayles Mill
17. The Corbin's Shoe Manufactory
18. The Fishers Shoe Manufactory
19. The Cargill Grist Mill

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