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Van Rensselaer Manor papers

Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[1990?]
283, 73 p.

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Maps are not included, papers describe map areas.

"These papers comprise 11 manuscript maps of portions of the East Manor, three similar maps of portions of the West Manor, field notes and surveys of all the towns of the East Manor and of Berne (including the present town of Knox) in the West Manor; about 1000 leases or parts of leases; about 500 miscellaneous papers and documents, among which are deeds, mortgages, agreements, and covenants; about 30 ledgers and books of record of the proprietor or the Manor and of W.S. Church showing the accounts between the patron and the tenants and giving the chain of title for much of the land in Albany and Rensselaer counties. These papers were purchased by the state in 1912 and deposited in the office of the Secretary of State who transferred them to the State Library"--Pref.

Includes alphabetical list of names.

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