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Map of the United States.

Map of the United States.

Date: 1912
Creator: Kenyon Company (Des Moines, Iowa)
Description: Map shows early twentieth century political boundaries, place names, and cities in the United States and territories claimed by the United States. Insets: "Aleutian islands," "West Indies," "Hawaiian Islands," "Map of Alaska," "Map of Panama," "Map of Philippine Islands," "Map of Porto Rico," "Guam," "Wake Id.," "Howland and Baker Is.," and "Tutuila Group." Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:7,798,000].
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[Map of the United States]

[Map of the United States]

Date: [between 1848 and 1854]
Creator: Gilman, E.
Description: Map shows "proposed" Nebraska and Minnesota territories, Texas inclusive of Santa Fe, a narrow New Mexico, California extending east to border of New Mexico and north tip of Texas, Oregon, "N.W. Tery."; major cities in western territories; treaty boundary lines. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
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[Map of the United States]

[Map of the United States]

Date: [1869?]
Creator: Dodge, Grenville Mellen, 1831-1916.
Description: Map shows major cities along the railroad routes of the Union Pacific Railroad Company and its connections, state boundaries, "Dakota [Territory]," and "Indian Ter[ritory]," but does not include the New England states. Includes population and area statistics, table of distances, and "Description of the Map." Cities and routes connecting through Omaha and corresponding line of longitude are marked in blue ink, and through Kansas City in red. Text discusses significance of 100 degree line of longitude and 41 degree 07' (Omaha) and 39 degree 03' (Kansas City) lines of latitude which are marked on the map and favorably compares the route through Omaha, Nebraska over that through Kansas City. No scale given.
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[Map of the United States (after the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo) in 1848]

[Map of the United States (after the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo) in 1848]

Date: 1848
Creator: Cooke, Philip St. George Cooke
Description: Map of the United States after the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. The map includes charts of territory and state square miles and acreage and bodies of water.
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[Map of the United States and its territories].

[Map of the United States and its territories].

Date: [1848..1854]
Creator: unknown
Description: Map shows state and territorial boundaries, major cities, and military posts for the continental United States; Indian Territory to the Platte River, Missouri Territory to the Rocky Mountains, New Mexico between the Sierra Madre and Rocky Mountains, Texas encompassing the Spanish Peaks in the northwest; Minnesota to the Mississippi River, Oregon to the northern U.S. boundary with British America, and Upper California from the Pacific Coast to the Sierra Madre and Rocky Mountains; southwestern boundary with Mexico at Gila River. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
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Map of the United States and Mexico.

Map of the United States and Mexico.

Date: 1859
Creator: Butterfield, Carlos
Description: Map shows state boundaries, major cities, ports, and towns, mail routes, existing and proposed railroads, major roads with distances, and shipping routes for the continental United States, Mexico, the West Indies, Central America, and the northwestern portion of South America; western territories of the U.S. include Dakota, Nebraska, Washington, Oregon, [unlabeled lower Idaho], Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Kansas, and Indian Territory; eastern portion of [modern day] Colorado is split between Nebraska, Kansas, and New Mexico territories but unlabeled [or partially labeled as "Colona"]; major shipping routes and historical routes of exploration for the Atlantic Ocean and portions of the Pacific Ocean on inset. Includes illustrations of ships, historical notes, "Table of Distances", and "Table showing the route of the steamers of the United States and Mexican Mail Steam Ship Line and the various ports in the Gulf of Mexico at which they are to touch, as also the distances between the said ports." Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Depths shown by soundings. Scale [ca. 1:5,400,000-1:7,800,000].
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Map of the United States and Mexico.

Map of the United States and Mexico.

Date: 1859
Creator: Butterfield, Carlos
Description: Map shows state boundaries, major cities, ports, and towns, mail routes, existing and proposed railroads, major roads with distances, and shipping routes for the continental United States, Mexico, the West Indies, Central America, and the northwestern portion of South America; western territories of the U.S. include Dakota, Nebraska, Washington, Oregon, [unlabeled lower Idaho], Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Kansas, and Indian Territory; eastern portion of [modern day] Colorado is split between Nebraska, Kansas, and New Mexico territories but unlabeled [or partially labeled as "Colona"]; major shipping routes and historical routes of exploration for the Atlantic Ocean and portions of the Pacific Ocean on inset. Includes illustrations of ships, historical notes, "Table of Distances", and "Table showing the route of the steamers of the United States and Mexican Mail Steam Ship Line and the various ports in the Gulf of Mexico at which they are to touch, as also the distances between the said ports." Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Depths shown by soundings. Scale [ca. 1:5,400,000-1:7,800,000].
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Map of the United States and Mexico.

Map of the United States and Mexico.

Date: 1859
Creator: Butterfield, Carlos
Description: Map shows state boundaries, major cities, ports, and towns, mail routes, existing and proposed railroads, major roads with distances, and shipping routes for the continental United States, Mexico, the West Indies, Central America, and the northwestern portion of South America; western territories of the U.S. include Dakota, Nebraska, Washington, Oregon, [unlabeled lower Idaho], Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Kansas, and Indian Territory; eastern portion of [modern day] Colorado is split between Nebraska, Kansas, and New Mexico territories but unlabeled [or partially labeled as "Colona"]; major shipping routes and historical routes of exploration for the Atlantic Ocean and portions of the Pacific Ocean on inset. Includes illustrations of ships, historical notes, "Table of Distances", and "Table showing the route of the steamers of the United States and Mexican Mail Steam Ship Line and the various ports in the Gulf of Mexico at which they are to touch, as also the distances between the said ports." Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Depths shown by soundings. Scale [ca. 1:5,400,000-1:7,800,000].
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Map of the United States and Mexico : including Oregon, Texas and the Californias.

Map of the United States and Mexico : including Oregon, Texas and the Californias.

Date: [1846]
Creator: unknown
Description: Map shows international boundaries, major roads, cities, railroads, areas of Native American habitation, Oregon Territory, Missouri Territory, Indian Territory, "Sioux District," New California, "British America," Canada West, and Canada East. Includes statistics, notes, and illustations for individual states. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Scale [ca. 1:12,670,000].
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Map of the United States and Mexico, including Oregon, Texas and the Californias.

Map of the United States and Mexico, including Oregon, Texas and the Californias.

Date: 1848
Creator: Ensigns & Thayer
Description: Map shows "Republic of Texas," "Oregon Territory," "Indian Territory," "Missouri Territory District," "New California," and locations of Native American tribes. Includes text, portraits, illustrations, and table of "Distances in Mexico." Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:13,223,000].
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