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Map of Wyoming.
The linked item is a digital copy of the original., Relief shown by hachures and spot heights., Map shows 7 counties in Wyoming. County names are those used between 1875 and 1879, Map attributed by dealer to H.H. Hardesty, 1882., Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington., P. 156., On verso: Drawings of Jackson Square and the Cathedral, New Orleans, and A Birdseye view of New Orleans, Louisiana, both by J.W. Orr.
Map of Wyoming.
On verso: Tacoma -- Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming., Relief shown by hachures., Shows thirteen counties., Date inferred from Yellowstone Park Timber Land Reserve and Yellowstone National Park cultural features., [P.] 272-273.
Map of Wyoming.
On verso: Tacoma -- Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming., Relief shown by hachures., Shows thirteen counties., Date inferred from Yellowstone Park Timber Land Reserve and Yellowstone National Park cultural features., Slightly different from other George F. Cram Map of Wyoming, ca. 1891., [P.] 276-277.
Map of a military reconnoissance, in north western Wyoming
Inset: Continuation of trail, Montana., Relief shown by hachures and spot heights., From the Corps of Engineers's Report upon the reconnaissance of northwestern Wyoming, including Yellowstone National Park, made in the summer of 1873, by William A. Jones., United States. War Department. Engineer Department. Report upon the reconnaissance of northwestern Wyoming, including Yellowstone National Park, made in the summer of 1873.
Map of a section of the Lewis and Clark Expedition : the sources of the Missouri River and the meeting place of the whitemen with the Shoshone Indians
Draft of map appearing in Hebard's Sacajawea., Relief shown by hachures, Pen and ink., Copyright 1928, Grace Raymond Hebard, W.A.H.--Lower right corner.
Map of a section of the Lewis and Clark Expedition : the sources of the Missouri River and the meeting place of the whitemen with the Shoshone Indians
Relief shown by hachures., Pen and ink., "Copyright 1929, Grace Raymond Hebard.", Copyright date changed in pencil to 1932., Draft of map appearing in Hebard's Sacajawea.
Map of an exploring expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the year 1842 and to Oregon & North California in the years 1843-44
Relief shown by hachures., Originally published in report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the year 1842 and to Oregon and North California in the years 1843-44. By Brevet Captain J.C. Fremont, of the Topographical Engineers, under the Orders of Col. J.J. Abert, Chief of the Topographical Bureau. Printed by the order of the Senate of the United States. Washington. Gales and Seaton, Printers. 1845 (28th Cong., 2nd Sess., Sen. Ex. Doc. 174, Serial 461.), Cited in Carl I. Wheat's Mapping the Transmississippi West, 1540-1861 ; vol. 2, no. 497., Includes: Profile of the route from the mouth of the Kansas to the Pacific by Capt. J.C. Fremont in 1843.
Map of an exploring expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the year 1842 and to Oregon & north California in the years 1843-44
Relief shown by hachures., Scale of original: 1:3,000,000., Base map originally published in report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the year 1842 and to Oregon and North California in the years 1843-44. By Brevet Captain J.C. Fremont, of the Topographical Engineers, under the Orders of Col. J.J. Abert, Chief of the Topographical Bureau. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. Washington. Gales and Seaton, Printers. 1845 (28th Cong., 2nd Sess., Sen. Ex. Doc. 174, Serial 461), Shows routes, with annotations, of Jedediah Smith's explorations., "George Gibbs copied [Jedediah Smith's map] on a Fremont map of 1845 in Oregon, probably sometime in 1851."--from Carl Wheat's "Mapping the Transmississippi West"-- v. 2, p. 127., Inset: Profile of the route from the north of Kansas to the Pacific by Capt. J.C. Fremont in 1843.
Map of campus, University of Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming, June 13, 1908., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Oriented with north to left., Pen and ink on paper.
Map of city of Cheyenne, 1927
Hand drawn sketch of street extensions glued to east side of map., P.R. revis.
Map of irrigable lands tributary to Shoshone River
From records of State Engineer's Office; contours from U.S. Reclamation Service survey., Relief shown by contours., Shows area bounded by Townships 50-58 North and Ranges 94-104 West in Park and Big Horn Counties., Oct. 1905.
Map of reconnaissances of routes in and leading from the Department of the Platte
From Stanton's report included in the Report of the Secretary of War, 1878., Relief shown by hachures and spot heights., Reduced from six original sheets on a scale of 1:200,000., 1875-76 & 77
Map of settling basin at end of Corbett Tunnel, showing headworks of Garland Canal and related structures, Shoshone Project, Wyoming
Pl. C., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., From the Service's fifth annual report, 1906.
Map of the Battle Lake Mining District, Carbon Co., Wyoming
This map does not show all the claims, only those surveyed by myself and fellow surveyors up to date: April 1st, 1902--R.Z. McCoy, U.S. dep. min. sur., Relief shown by hachures., Shows area bounded by Townships 12-14 North and Ranges 85-87 West. Also shows Sandstone and Upper Platte Mining Districts.
Map of the Egeria Springs, Firehole River between the Upper and Lower Geyser Basins
From the Survey's 12th annual report (1878)., Relief shown by hachures.
Map of the Lower Geyser Basin on the Upper Madison River
At head of title: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey of the Territories, F.V. Hayden, U.S. geologist in charge., Relief shown by shadings and spot heights.
Map of the Lower Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park
From the Survey's 12th annual report (1878)., Relief shown by hachures.
Map of the Military Department of the Platte : Wyoming
"Sheet no. 3.", Relief shown by hachures., Includes list of surveys from which map was compiled.
Map of the Missouri, of the higher parts of the Mississippi, and of the elevated plain, where the waters divide, which run, eastward into the River St. Lawrence, north east into Hudson's Bay, north north west into the frozen sea, and south into the Gulf o
Collot's travels in North America ended in 1796, From Collot's Voyage dans L'Amerique Septentrionale, also published in English as A journey in North America, Relief shown by hachures.
Map of the Oregon Territory
Columbia River reduced from a survey., Relief shown by hachures., 1841., Inset: Columbia River, reduced from a survey / made by the U.S. Ex. Ex., 1841. Scale [ca. 1:700,000]., The northern part of this map contains the latest information of the Hudson Bay Company and the eastern part, that of Lieut. Fremont's U.S.T.E. exploration on the eastern side of the Rocky Mountains., From the author's Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition., United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842)
Map of the Oregon Trail and Overland stage routes
"Present state boundary lines are shown for reference.", Relief shown by hachures., Appears in her Bozeman Trail.
Map of the Pacific states and territories with a part of the central and southern states.
The linked item is a digital copy of the original., Relief shown by hachures., Page 49., On verso: Commerce of the United States ([p.] 50)., Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Map of the Rocky Mountain region : showing the approximate location and extent of forest areas and irrigation ditches in 1885
Relief shown by hachures., Shows irrigation ditches and forested areas for New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. No forests or irrigation ditches shown for Utah., Shows township and range grid., Appears in Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture, 1887.
Map of the Shoshone geysers on the s. western terminus of Shoshone Lake
From the Survey's 6th annual report., Relief shown by hachures., Depmt. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey of the Territories, F.V. Hayden in charge., Snake River Division., Area was explored in the summer of 1872.
Map of the State of Wyoming
Relief shown by shading., At head of title : Department of the Interior, General Land Office., Prime Meridians : Greenwich, Washington., Shows boundaries of state water divisions and districts overlaid on General Land Office map.
Map of the Territory of Wyoming : accompanying the annual report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office for 1869.
"Nov. 1st, 1869.", Relief shown by hachures., Prime meridians: Washington and Greenwich.
Map of the Union Pacific Rail Road and surveys of 1864, 65, 66, 67, 1868 from Missouri River to Humboldt Wells
Relief shown by hachures., Includes forts, explorations and wagon roads., Includes profile of grades, with spot heights., "January 1869."
Map of the United States and territories : shewing the extent of public surveys and other details
From Report of the commissioner of the General Land Office, 1866., Relief shown by hachures., Prime meridians: Washington and Greenwich., Oct. 2nd, 1866., Potential mining areas in the western U.S. are color coded by type of mineral.
Map of the Upper Geyser Basin on the Upper Madison River, Montana Terr.
At head of title: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey of the Territories, F.V. Hayden, U.S. geologist in charge., Relief shown by shading.
Map of the Wheatland trade area
Text and ill. on verso., Relief shown by hachures and spot heights., August 1959., Map includes ill. of wildlife and economic activities.
Map of the White Mountain or Mammoth Hot Springs on Gardiners River, Yellowstone National Park
From the Survey's 12th annual report (1878)., Relief shown by hachures.
Map of the Wyoming oil fields.
Wyoming Brokerage Company, oil securities ... Cheyenne, Wyoming., Relief shown by hachures., Cities and towns with population over 100 and counties listed and keyed to map.
Map of the Yellowstone National Park with the adjacent Hoodoo region
From the Dept.'s Annual report, 1880., Relief shown by hachures and spot heights., Head-quarters, Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, November 20, 1880, P.W. Norris, superintendent., House ex. doc. no. 1, part 5., Shows route of 1880 exploration of the Hoodoo region to the east of the park., Shows boundary changes on the north, west and south sides of the park proposed by Supt. Norris in his 1880 annual report.
Map of the country between the frontiers of Arkansas and New Mexico : embracing the section explored in 1849, 50, 51, & 52
From Marcy's Exploration of the Red River of Louisiana in the year 1852, published as S. Ex. Doc. 54, 32nd Congress, 2nd session, 1853., (New York : Ackerman, lith.), Relief shown by hachures., Also a continuation of the emigrant road from Fort Smith and Fulton down the Valley of the Gila
Map of the country from Lake Superior to the Pacific Ocean : from the latest explorations and surveys
Upper margin: Profile, route of the Northern Pacific Railroad from Lake Superior to the Pacific Ocean., Relief shown by hachures and spot heights., November 1867.
Map of the history and romance of Wyoming
This map is the work of Grace Raymond Hebard and Paul M. Paine., Pictorial map.

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