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Researching Genealogy & Local History in the Bronx's "Little Italy": Historical Maps
Atlas of the borough of the Bronx, city of New York : based upon official plans and maps on file in the various city offices; 1901. (Source: Lionel Pincus and Princess Firyal Map Division, The New York Public Library. "Double Page Plate No. 19, Part of Ward 24, Section 11. [Bounded by Webster Avenue, E. 184th Street, Belmont Place, Quarry Road, Lafontaine Avenue and E. 179th Street.]" The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 1901.)
Recommended Map Sources
The best sources for viewing old maps of the Bronx (specifically in the Morris Park and Belmont neighborhoods) are those produced by local, state, and federal government and fire insurance companies. Below are some resources that may be useful in researching this area.
OldMapsOnline.org features an extremely user-friendly interface. It provides users with the ability to zoom in on specific areas. The map's functionality makes it easy to search by neighborhood (and even street name) to find atlases and fire maps.