Microfilm. New Haven, Conn. : Research Publications, 1973. 35 mm. (Pennsylvania county and regional histories and atlases ; reel 12, item 25)
|Series||Pennsylvania county and regional histories and atlases -- reel 12, item 25|
|Contributions||G.M. Hopkins & Co.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||75 leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||75|
The Warrantee Atlas of Allegheny County () depicts the original land grants that settlers of present-day Allegheny County received from the Commonwealth after William Penn and his descendants vested the land to the legislature. Topographic sheets, City of Pittsburgh: geodetic and topographic survey () (77) +-Warrantee atlas of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania: constructed from the records on file in the Department of Internal Affairs, and surveys made on the ground during , , (50) +-Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Company Records (43) +-. General-content county map showing relief, roads, railroads, place-names, buildings in rural areas, and householders' names in rural areas. Relief shown by hachures. Also covers the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. Former wall map hand col. to emphasize boundaries of minor civil divisions (cities, boroughs, townships). "Entered according to Act of Congress by H. & C.T. . Since the s, a series of signs with large, colored circles signify “belts” that wend their way through various towns and suburbs in the hills of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
State House Districts: PA, PA, PA, PA, PA, PA, PA, PA, PA Neighboring Boroughs. Pittsburgh Atlas of the cities of Pittsburgh, Allegheny, and the adjoining boroughs, from actual surveys & official records, compiled & published by G.M. Hopkins & Co. Walnut St. Philadelphia Engraved by Edward Busch. pages, a 2 page map of Pittsburgh and maps of the wards. This is the first atlas of Pittsburgh. L Atlas of the cities of Pittsburgh & Allegheny: from official records, private plans and actual surveys Author: Hopkins, Griffith Morgan. Published: () Illustrated atlas of Juniata County, Pennsylvania Published: (). Hopkins, G.M., Atlas of the cities of Pittsburgh and Allegheny. Hopkins, G. M., Real estate plat - book of the northern vicinity of Pittsburg. Hopkins, G. M., Real estate plat - book of the southern vicinity of Pittsburg. Jordan, John W. Genealogical and personal history of the Allegheny Valley. v.1 reel 13File Size: KB.
Nestled near the back of Allegheny Cemetery’s sprawling acres sits a headstone quite unlike any other.. Of the thousands of people buried in Allegheny, ranging from film stars like Lillian. Allegheny City, known today as Pittsburgh’s North Side, was the third-largest city in Pennsylvania when it was controversially annexed by the City of Pittsburgh in Founded in as a reserve land tract for Revolutionary War veterans in compensation for their service, it quickly evolved into a thriving urban center with its own /5(16). Pittsburgh (/ ˈ p ɪ t s b ɜːr ɡ / PITS-burg) is a city in the state of Pennsylvania in the United States, and is the county seat of Allegheny County.A population of about , () residents live within the city limits, making it the 66th-largest city in the metropolitan population of 2,, is the largest in both the Ohio Valley and Appalachia, the second-largest in County: Allegheny. If you like looking at old photographs of Pittsburgh you will love the Images of America series of are dozens of books in this series including books for many of the different neighborhoods as well as topical ones like Pittsburgh's Bridges and Pittsburgh's particularly enjoyed browsing the Allegheny City edition as we live in the North .