Borough of Brooklyn: Eighth Assembly District 1901

 
The First Election District is bounded by and within Court street, Bergen street, Smith street and Baltic street.

The Second Election District is bounded by and within Court street, Baltic street, Smith street and Degraw street.

The Third Election District is bounded by and within Court street, Degraw street, Smith street and First place.

The Fourth Election District is bounded by and within Smith street, President street, Hoyt street, Carroll street, Bond street and Second street.

The Fifth Election District is bounded by and within Smith street, Degraw street, Hoyt street and President street.

The Sixth Election District is bounded by and within Smith street, Baltic street, Hoyt street and Degraw Street.

The Seventh Election District is bounded by and within Bergen street, Smith street, Baltic street and Hoyt street.

The Eighth Election District is bounded by and within Bergen street, Bond street, Baltic street and Hoyt street.

The Ninth Election District is bounded by and within Hoyt street, Baltic street, Bond street and Degraw street.

The Tenth Election District is bounded by and within Hoyt street, Degraw street, Bond street and Carroll street.

The Eleventh Election District is bounded by and within Union street, Fourth avenue, First street, Bond street, President street and Third avenue.

The Twelfth Election District is bounded by and within Baltic street, Third avenue, President street and Bond street.

The Thirteenth Election District is bounded by and within Bergen street, Bond street, Baltic street and Nevins street.

The Fourteenth Election District is bounded by and within Bergen street, Nevins street, Baltic street and Third avenue.

The Fifteenth Election District is bounded by and within Third avenue, Warren street, Fourth avenue and Bergen street.

The Sixteenth Election District is bounded by and within Fourth avenue, Warren street. Third avenue and Union street.

 
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Article Name: Borough of Brooklyn: Eighth Assembly District 1901
Researcher/Transcriber Miriam Medina

Source:

Brooklyn Daily Eagle October 17, 1901
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