Texas State Archives Map Collection

United States, Showing Routes of Principal Explorers and Early Roads and Highways
Date: 1908
Publisher: Lord Baltimore Press, Baltimore, Maryland. Prepared by the Dept. of the Interior, 1908.
Cartographer: Berthrong, Chief of Drafting Div., 1908
Scale: 1 inch = 90 miles
Size: 81 cm x 60 cm
Type of Map: general
Format: color, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 00931
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

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Covers the United States and islands in the Caribean and Pacific Oceans. Shows rivers, mountainous and forested areas, states, cities, towns, military and naval reservations, Indian reservations, railroads, and routes and trails of explorers and major military figures, including those of Francisco Coronado, John Fremont, Edward Long, Zebulon Pike, Alonso Pineda, and John Sibley. Insets: 1) Alaska, 2) Philippine Islands, 3) Tutuila Group of Samoan Islands, 4) Guam or Cuajan Island, 5) Hawaiian Islands, 6) Puerto Rico, 7) Panama Canal, and 8) Isthmus of Panama, showing the location of the canal. 8/5/82

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