Maps of the Warwick Valley and Its History
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Historic Maps (in
Land Patents as surveyed by Simeon Dewitt, from Ruttenber
and Clark’s History of Orange County
A section of "The provinces of New York and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and the province of Quebec. Drawn by Major Holland,
Surveyor General, of the Northern District in America. Corrected and improved, from
the original materials, by Governr. Pownall, Member of Parliament, 1776. " from the Library
of Congress Collection
Warwick Section from Map of New York State by Simeon Dewitt. We apologize
for the lack of clarity, as the original is damaged. We post it here for
the curious until a better original is scanned.
Village of Warwick recreated from written accounts by B. Fromm.
From the Florence Tate Collection, Historical
Society of the Town of Warwick.
Warwick Valley recreated from written account of Henry Pelton and others by Mrs. Elizabeth C. Van Duzer.
From the Warwick Historical Papers.
Warwick Portion of Atlas of New York State by David H. Burr. Courtesy
David Rumsey Collection.
- 1831 Geology Map
by Dr. James Young and Dr. J. Heron [Source: Collection of James Cline]
- 1848 Drowned
Lands: lots with owner names
- County Atlas of Orange, NY -- 1875-- by F. W. Beers (Warwick Town & Villages)
Index to the 1903 Village of Warwick Map (does not include Town)
1903 Atlas Map Sections: In order to provide a legible image
for these large maps, they been divided into sections. Consult the KEY map to
determine where the sections are. If you would like a closer view, return to
this page and click on it.
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- Topographic Map
of the area. Point at various small points within "Orange
County", and the names of the local quadrangle will appear. Parts of
Warwick are on several, including Monroe and Pine Island.
Forest State Park
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