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Beer's 1867 Map of Redding, Connecticut  

The following are links to 4 images. The Beer's 1867 map is large so to keep the names readable I linked the 4 images to pop up in a new browser.

Map of Picketts Ridge/Umpawaug Districts

Map of Boston/Diamond/Hull/Redding Districts

Map of Lonetown/Couch Hill Districts

Map of Redding Ridge/Foundry Districts

These maps came from the Mark Twain Library as you can see their location highlighted in the Diamond Hill/Boston/Redding district section.

These are maps I have of Georgetown, Connecticut

Map of Georgetown Village 1867

Map of Georgetown approx. 1850

Map of Georgetown 1876 - Old Mill Road


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