City of New York, Brooklyn, & Williamsburg, 1860

Learn about the secret zombie history of New York City & Brooklyn in this 11 x 17 inch digital print. Comes with this description: 

This fine, hand-tinted map dates from approximately 1860, judging from the construction of various streets, the lack of the East River (or “Brooklyn”) Bridge, and the designation of Williamsburg as a Living Dead Containment area. The description of the neighborhood as “Zombie-Held Territory” refers to the war-like status of the battle between the citizens of New York and the flesh-eating, shambling denizens of the night.

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