Last Modified September 14, 2000
by Daniel H. Weiskotten
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This atlas is one of the more common of the historic maps of Madison County - one or more being found in any good local history collection, and atlases of similar date and quality are found for almost every county in the state. It is in book form and each township has its own page and many villages and hamlets have separate inset maps. These maps are wonderfully detailed, showing land divisions (tracts and lots), houses, mills, cemeteries, roads, and a great variety of geographical features. Being the third generation of the mass-produced all-encompassing maps of the area, there are fewer errors in the situation of the lots and roads, but some few are still present.
The North Half of the Town of Cazenovia includes all or part of several different Tracts:
Please view the Tract Maps of the Holland Land Company Lands to see how these Tracts and Lots lie over the modern landscape