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This map identifies which states and territories of the United States allowed slavery and which did not in 1860, on the eve of the Civil War. The slaveholding border states included Missouri, Kentucky, Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware.
In 1854 the names of the original streets, Cross, Anthony, Orange, and Little Water, which had formed the Five Points intersection (marked with a star) from which the neighborhood derived its name were changed to Park, Worth, Baxter and Mission [...]
This map shows the relative sizes of Ireland (superimposed in red outline) and New York state (blue outline). New York is far larger in area, with 54,475 square miles as opposed to Ireland's 32,599 square miles.