Topographical map of the road
from Missouri to Oregon commencing at the mouth of the Kansas in
the Missouri River and ending at the mouth of the Wallah Wallah
in the Columbia, in VII Sections.
From the field notes and journal of Capt. J.C. Fremont and from
sketches and notes made on the ground by his assistant Charles Preuss,
compiled by charles Preuss, 1846. By order of the Senate of the
Serial Set 546 (30-2) H.rp. 145, map 6
Size: 39 x 65 cm.
Seventh of seven sheets shows the road from Fort Boisie to Wallah-Wallah
River accompanied by excerpts from the field notes and journal of
Captain Fremont. Shows adjacent topography and hydrology and tribal
lands of the Nez Perce Indians. Coordinate system is diagonal on
the map. Included is a table of meteorological observations.
[Frontier transportation and
communication lines of the United States in 1845]
Serial Set 611 (32-1) S.exdoc. 1, map 2
Size: 34 x 36 cm.
Shows lines of land and river transportation, lines of communication,
and lines of land transportation anterior to the War with Mexico
of the trans-Mississippi west. Shows lines of ocean transportation
to Central America and the extreme limit of the line of frontier
stations in 1845. Also shows frontier stations abandoned, those
still occupied, new frontier stations, and new posts recently abandoned.
Shows some topography in the mountain states and major rivers of
the United States.
Map No. 2 Rio Colorado of the
Explorations and Surveys, War Department; explored by 1st Lieut.
Joseph C. Ives, Topl. Engrs. under the direction of the Office of
Explorations and Surveys, A.A. Humphreys, Capt. Topl. Engrs. in
charge, by order of the Hon. John B. Floyd, Secretary of War; drawn
by Frhr. F.W. v. Egloffstein, topographer to the Expedition; lettering
by F. Courtenay; ruling by Samuel Sartain.
Serial Set 1058 (36-1) H. exdoc. 90, map 2
Size: 37 x 88 cm.
Shows exploration routes, including camps and astronomical stations
in the vicinity of the Little Colorado and Colorado Rivers. Includes
camps, astronomical stations, forts, springs, passes, mountain peaks,
topography, and hydrography. Shows the general location of Indian
Progress map of lines and
areas of exploration and surveys conducted under the auspices of
the War Dept. giving the area of the public domain lying west of
the 100th Meridian of longitude with an index illustration of a
series of atlas maps.
Prepared under the direction of 1st lieut. George M. Wheeler, Corps
Serial Set 1614 (43-1) H.exdoc 240, map 1 Scale: 1:6,000,000
Size: 49 x 60 cm.
Shows index of areas to atlas maps, primary astronomical stations
completed and proposed, areas surveyed by Wheeler Expeditions of
1869, 1871, 1872, and 1873, and by Clarence King. Also shows other
expedition lines, existing and proposed telegraph lines, military
posts, railroads, towns, cities and hydrography.
Map of Utah Territory, representing
the extent of the irrigable, timber and pasture lands.
Department of the Interior, U.S. Geographical and Geological Survey
of the Rocky Mountain Region, J.W. Powell in Charge. Compiled and
drawn by Charles Mahon, J.H. Renshawe, W.H. Graves and H. Lindenkohl
for the Commissioner of Public Lands, 1878. Constructed from atlas
sheets of the U.S. Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky
Mountain Region with additional material taken from maps of the
U.S. Geographical Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian,
Corps of Engineers, in charge; the U.S. Geological Exploration of
the 40th Parallel, Clarence King, U.S. Geologist in charge; and
the U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories,
F.V. Hayden, in charge. Julius Bien, Lith.
Serial Set 1805 (45-2) H.exdoc. 73, map 1
Size: 91 x 72 cm.
Shows in color irrigable lands, standing timber, and area destroyed
by fire. Also shows railroads, wagon roads, trails, telegraph lines,
towns, forts, and county seats. Identifies topographic features
and hydrography. Area includes eastern two thirds of the Territory.