-ad 626-

When Adams Morgan Was Rural

-ad 188-
Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on pinterest
Pinterest

Difficult to believe this … really difficult, but back in 1892, what is now Adams Morgan, was very rural. Less jumbo slices, more trees. You probably can’t even recognize this, with no 18th St. and 16th St. not going all the way through, but Columbia Road is there to orient you, as is Adams Mill Rd. Click on the map for a larger version to study.

Topographic map showing lot lines, buildings, and woods.  Covers District of Columbia outside former Washington city limits (Florida Avenue).
Topographic map showing lot lines, buildings, and woods.
Covers District of Columbia outside former Washington city limits (Florida Avenue).
-ad 197-

Source: Library of Congress

READ:  1890 Petition to Keep Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Depot at 6th and B St.

Can You Support Us?

If you enjoyed this post and can help support our blog, please consider subscribing. Thank you.

-ad 617-

Recommended for You

-ad 618-
-ad 619-
-ad 189-