A map of New York compiled in 1695 by John Miller, Chaplain to the New York Companies and to His Majesty’s Forces
Arriving in New York in 1692 aged 26, he spent the next three years as the only Anglican cleric in the city, returning to England in 1696. This period saw the influx of large numbers of French (Huguenot) Protestants, fleeing the repressive measures that followed Louis XIV’s Revocation of the Edict Of Nantes in 1685. New York’s population at this time reached approximately 4,000.
Original Size: 25 x 36 cms
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