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Stiles History of Brooklyn published 1870
Contents of Vol. III
Volume III did not have its own contents; so I made one so the reader could
find topics of interest faster.

Can be found at:


"The Consolidated City of Brooklyn 1860, Introduction. ."       Page 501.
Part I: A history of the Brooklyn-New York Ferries.     505.
The ferries of Williamsburhg.   566.
Part II: Pail Roads and Plank Roads.    569.
Part III: Docks and Commerce.   573.
Part IV: Manufactories. 586.
Part V: Water and Drainage.     589.
Part VI: History of the Fire Department of Brooklyn.
"Western District, 1785-1869."  598.
Eastern District.       609.
"Part VII: The Metropolitan Boards od Health, of Excise, and Police."   614.
Part VIII: Public Parks and Cemetaries. 615.
Greenwood Cemetary.     622.
Cyprus Hill Cemetary.   630.
The Cemetary of the Evergreens. 632.
The Citzens' Union Cemetary.    633.
Flatbush Cemetary [Holy Cross]. 633.
Potter's Field. 634.
Part IX. Churches and Mission Schools.  635.
The Reformed Dutch Church.      635.
The Episcopal Churches. 652.
"Eastern District, Protestant Episcopal Churches."      690.
Methodist Episcopal Churches.   699.
Methodist (Non Episcopal) Churches.     723.
Catholic Churches and Institutions in Brooklyn. 724.
Roman Catholic Institutions.    735.
Presbyterian Churches.  741.
Baptist Churhces.       763.
The Unitarian Churches. 779.
Congregation Churches.  784.
Universalist Churches.  809.
Lutheran Churhces.      812.
Jewish Synagogues.      815.
Miccellaneous.  817.
"Part X. Hospitals, Dispansaries, Asylums, Benevolent and Religious
Institutions and Associations, etc."    820.
Hospitals.      820.
Dispensaries.   830.
Asylum. 834.
Benevolent and Religious Institutions.  836.
Part XI. The History of Public Education in Brooklyn.
Brooklyn.       861.
The Town of Bushwick and Village of Williamsburgh.      874.
Other Education Establishments. 880.
Public Amusements.      905.
Brooklyn Art Institutions.      917.
Part XII. The Brooklyn Press.   927.
Part XIII. Public Institutions and Buildings.   943.
Part XIV. The U.S. Navy Yard and Post Office in Brooklyn.       945.
Appendix.       957.
Index.  959.

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