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Plan of the City of New York
Black ink, with pencil additions, on paper backed with paper backed with cloth
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Born in New York, the subject was the son of Archibald Gracie (1755-1829) and Ester (Rogers) Gracie. He became a merchant in Mobile, Alabama, and married Elizabeth Davidson Bethune of North Carolina. When the Civil War broke out he remained loyal to the North, although his son Archibald (b. 1832) distinguished himself as a Confederate soldier before being killed at the battle of Petersburg.
Gift of John Fiske in memory of his mother, Margaret Gracie Fiske
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