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Map of Texas [Accompanying Text].

Map of Texas [Accompanying Text].

Date: 1885
Creator: H.R. Page & Co.
Description: Explanation and supporting information related to map that shows the counties, railroads, and "locations of all railroad stations, post-offices and villages in the state."
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Map of the city of Colorado Springs, the town of Colorado City, and the corporations of West Colorado Springs, La Verne, East Colorado City, Glen View, Grand View and Calvert Heights.

Map of the city of Colorado Springs, the town of Colorado City, and the corporations of West Colorado Springs, La Verne, East Colorado City, Glen View, Grand View and Calvert Heights.

Date: [1885..1905]
Creator: Ferris, Edward
Description: Map shows street names, block numbers, railroads, and land ownership. Insets: "The North End Add" and "Burlington Route." Scale not given.
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[Map of the eastern United States]

[Map of the eastern United States]

Date: 1885
Creator: Petermann, A. (August), 1822-1878
Description: Map shows late nineteenth century cities, railroads, and canals in the New England area. Inset: "Die Atlantischen Staaten zwischen Washington & Boston" [The Atlantic States between Washington and Boston]. Scale [1:7,500,000] and [1:2,000,000].
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[Map of the western United States].

[Map of the western United States].

Date: 1885
Creator: Petermann, A. (August), 1822-1878
Description: Map shows cities, military posts, and railroads for states and territories west of the Mississippi River, "Indian Territory," and Dakota [Territory]. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Depths shown by isolines. Scale [1:7,500,000].
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[Map of the western United States].

[Map of the western United States].

Date: 1885
Creator: Petermann, A. (August), 1822-1878.
Description: Map shows cities, military posts, and railroads for states and territories west of the Mississippi River, "Indian Territory," and Dakota [Territory]. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Depths shown by isolines. Scale [1:7,500,000].
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Map showing the land grants of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern and Little Rock & Fort Smith Railways in Arkansas

Map showing the land grants of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern and Little Rock & Fort Smith Railways in Arkansas

Date: [1885..1895]
Creator: Iron Mountain Railway. Land Department.
Description: Map shows the counties and land grants of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern, and Little Rock & Fort Smith Railways in Arkansas during the late nineteenth century. Includes descriptive text. Scale not given.
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Map showing the location of the Indian reservations within the limits of the United States and territories : compiled from official and other authentic sources, under the direction of the Hon. John D.C. Atkins, Commissioner of Indian Affairs ; Paul Brodie, draughtsman..

Map showing the location of the Indian reservations within the limits of the United States and territories : compiled from official and other authentic sources, under the direction of the Hon. John D.C. Atkins, Commissioner of Indian Affairs ; Paul Brodie, draughtsman..

Date: 1885
Creator: United States Bureau of Indian Affairs
Description: Map shows late nineteenth century Native American reservation boundaries. Insets: "Mission Ind. Res. in California," [Alaska], and ["Indian Territory"]. Scale [ca. 1:6,000,000].
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Map to Illustrate Early Voyages and Discoveries of North America

Map to Illustrate Early Voyages and Discoveries of North America

Date: 1885
Creator: A. S. Barnes & Co.
Description: This map shows North and Central America and surrounding areas including portions of South America, Africa, and Europe. Notes and lines are used to show the path of exploration across the Atlantic Ocean and within North America including the names and dates of the explorers. Continents are shaded in color and some major cities and bodies of water are marked on the map. An inset in the lower left corner shows only the eastern portion of North and South America (including the Caribbean) and is titled "To Illustrate Colonies." Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
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Map to illustrate the Civil War.

Map to illustrate the Civil War.

Date: 1885
Creator: A.S. Barnes & Co.
Description: Map shows state boundaries, military posts, major cities, and notable physical features. Inset: "North Eastern Virginia." Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:9,216,000].
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Map to Illustrate War with Mexico

Map to Illustrate War with Mexico

Date: 1885
Creator: A. S. Barnes & Co.
Description: This sheet contains two principal maps and a series of ancillary maps. The left half of the page contains a "Map to Illustrate War With Mexico" which uses colors to shade the areas delineating Mexico, the United States, and the territory acquired from Mexico by the United States. U.S. states are also outlined and labeled. Major cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). There are two insets in the lower left corner titles "Vicinity of Matamoras" and "Route of Gen. Scott between Vera Cruz and Mexico." The right half of the page contains a "Map to Illustrate the War of 1812-1814" (top portion) as well as "Wars Against Indians 1790 and 1811" (centered within the bottom portion). There are also five ancillary maps around central map titled "Vicinity of Detroit," "Niagara River and Vicinity," "Vicinity of Plattsburg," "Southern Region of the War 1812-14." and "Vicinity of Baltimore" which seem to pertain to the top map of the War of 1812. Each of the maps is shaded in various colors to separate different regions and has cities, bodies of water, and geographic features marked. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington
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