Map of the conterminous United States showing routes of the principal explorers from 1501 to 1844, whose work had an important bearing on the settlement of the country and the fixing of its successive boundaries
- Map of the conterminous United States showing routes of the principal explorers from 1501 to 1844, whose work had an important bearing on the settlement of the country and the fixing of its successive boundaries
- Uniform title
- United States map showing routes of principal explorers and early roads and highways
United States. General Land Office.
Young, J. H. (James Hamilton).
Bond, Frank. 1856-1940.
Geological Survey (U.S.).
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U.S. Geological Survey
Published by Charles Desilver
- Henry J. Bruman Map Collection
by J.H. Young.
Includes insets: Gold region of California and District of Columbia.
This map was reproduced by electronic color scanning of an earlier printing and enlarged 2x.
"The United States in 1856 as reproduced by Rand McNally & Company to commemorate its one hundredth anniversary in 1956."
Taken from Bulletin 1212, Plate 1.
Shows railroad routes proposed to the Pacific Ocean.
Longitude on top of map "West from Greenwich;" on bottom "East/West from Washington."
"Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1856 by Charles Desilver, in the Clerks office of the District court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania."
Original title: United States map showing routes of principal explorers and early roads and highways.
Printed with ornamental border.
copied from map prepared by Frank Bond, of the General Land Office, in 1907.
Relief represented by hachures.
1 map : col. ; 38 x 65 cm.
1 map : col. ; 38 x 59 cm.
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