While the textile industry has long since moved on, its impact on the city's culture and landscape remains to this day.
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During the course of his life, Clough compiled an enormous amount of data about Boston landowners from town, court, and tax records and he indexed it in a way that allowed him to create maps of Boston at different time periods.
Clough's reconstructed maps included on this website consist of one oversize map of Boston in 1648, one oversize map of Boston in 1676, a multi-page atlas (one key map and 60 additional pages) depicting Boston property owners in 1798 and an oversize atlas (11 plates and one index page) depicting Boston property owners in 1798.
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The maps presented include twenty-four manuscript maps of local towns and counties dating from 1637-1809 and eight iconic printed maps of Massachusetts and Boston.
Seventy-two meticulously drawn manuscript maps by Samuel Chester Clough (1873-1949) present a wealth of information about property owners in Boston during the 17th and late 18th centuries.