Second Ward, Pittsburgh. A general draught of the farms and lots in the manor of Pittsburgh situate between the Alleghany and Monongahela rivers, laid out by order of Tench Fransis (i.e. Francis), Esqr., attorney for John Penn, Jr. and John Penn. June 1784. Signed: George Woods, surveyor. (1872)Atlas of the cities of Pittsburgh, Allegheny, and the adjoining boroughs. From actual surveys & official records, compiled & published by G.M. Hopkins & Co. 320 Walnut St., Philadelphia. 1872. Assistant surveyors: H.W. Hopkins, W.S. MacCormac, Edward Vansciver, Weston R. Smith, Samuel Huff, Robert Foust, L. Cunningham. Assistant publishers: Richard Clark, M.S. Converse, S.T.C. Bell, L.J. Richards, J.C. Martin, W.G. Carter, Isaac Borneman, James Wilson, A.R. Whipple. Engraved by Edward Busch, 320 Walnut St. Entered ... 1872 by G.M. Hopkins ... Washington D.C. F. Bourquin Lith. 320 Chestnut St. PhilaWard 2; 1784 map

Chicago citation style
G.M. Hopkins & Co, Francis, Tench, d. 1758, Woods, George. Second Ward, Pittsburgh. A general draught of the farms and lots in the manor of Pittsburgh situate between the Alleghany and Monongahela rivers, laid out by order of Tench Fransis (i.e. Francis), Esqr., attorney for John Penn, Jr. and John Penn. June 1784. Signed: George Woods, surveyor. (1872),Atlas of the cities of Pittsburgh, Allegheny, and the adjoining boroughs. From actual surveys & official records, compiled & published by G.M. Hopkins & Co. 320 Walnut St., Philadelphia. 1872. Assistant surveyors: H.W. Hopkins, W.S. MacCormac, Edward Vansciver, Weston R. Smith, Samuel Huff, Robert Foust, L. Cunningham. Assistant publishers: Richard Clark, M.S. Converse, S.T.C. Bell, L.J. Richards, J.C. Martin, W.G. Carter, Isaac Borneman, James Wilson, A.R. Whipple. Engraved by Edward Busch, 320 Walnut St. Entered ... 1872 by G.M. Hopkins ... Washington D.C. F. Bourquin Lith. 320 Chestnut St. Phila,Ward 2; 1784 map. 1872. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~28593~1120481. (Accessed December 10, 2018.)
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G.M. Hopkins & Co, Francis, Tench, d. 1758, Woods, George, (1872) Second Ward, Pittsburgh. A general draught of the farms and lots in the manor of Pittsburgh situate between the Alleghany and Monongahela rivers, laid out by order of Tench Fransis (i.e. Francis), Esqr., attorney for John Penn, Jr. and John Penn. June 1784. Signed: George Woods, surveyor. (1872),Atlas of the cities of Pittsburgh, Allegheny, and the adjoining boroughs. From actual surveys & official records, compiled & published by G.M. Hopkins & Co. 320 Walnut St., Philadelphia. 1872. Assistant surveyors: H.W. Hopkins, W.S. MacCormac, Edward Vansciver, Weston R. Smith, Samuel Huff, Robert Foust, L. Cunningham. Assistant publishers: Richard Clark, M.S. Converse, S.T.C. Bell, L.J. Richards, J.C. Martin, W.G. Carter, Isaac Borneman, James Wilson, A.R. Whipple. Engraved by Edward Busch, 320 Walnut St. Entered ... 1872 by G.M. Hopkins ... Washington D.C. F. Bourquin Lith. 320 Chestnut St. Phila,Ward 2; 1784 map. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~28593~1120481
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G.M. Hopkins & Co, Francis, Tench, d. 1758, Woods, George. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~28593~1120481>.
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