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Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming
Includes col. ill., text, index to "Points of interest," "Recreation directory," 2 key maps, and location map., Relief shown by hachures and spot heights., Sixth principal meridian., Forest visitors map., Forest Service map, class A.
Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming
Sixth principal meridian and base., Relief shown by spot heights., Shows ranches and landowners within and around perimeter of forest.
Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming : 1973
M91-11-83., Relief shown by hachures and spot heights., Forest visitors map., At head of title: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service., Sixth principal meridian., Includes descriptive indexes to recreation and points of interest, text, area map, index maps, and col. ill.
Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming, 1973
Includes text, key maps, and vicinity map., Relief shown by hachures and spot heights., October 1, 1979., Forest Service map class A., Sixth principal meridian.
Medicine Bow River Hunter Management Area.
Prepared by: Private Lands Public Wildlife Access Program., Program description, ranch rules, and ill. on verso.
Medicine Bow, Wyoming
N4130-W10600/30x60., 1980., Map edited 1980., Rawlins NE/4., United States. Bureau of Land Management. Surface-minerals management status.
Medicine Bow, Wyoming
1980., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Map edited 1980., Includes location map and index to adjoining maps., Designed to be folded to 23 x 11 cm., Rawlins NE/4., N4130--W10600/30x60., United States. Bureau of Land Management. Surface-minerals management status.
Medicine Wheel, Fortunatus, the city of the broken heart
Pen, ink, and pencil on paper., Relief shown by hachures.
Meeteetse
The topographic maps of the United States" and key to standard symbols on verso., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Topography., Surveyed in 1911.
Metallic and industrial minerals map of Wyoming
Relief shown by spot heights., Includes, Selected references used to compile the Metallic and industrial minerals map of Wyoming published separately., Includes bibliographical references.
Metallic and radioactive minerals and lapidary materials map of the Powder River Basin and adjacent uplifts, Wyoming
Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey (Program: Evolution of sedimentary basins)., Includes location map., Includes bibliographical references., MS-32
Midway, Grand Prismatic, [Midway Geyser Basin : thermal features map]
1974 names., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Attributed by Geyser Observation and Study Association to D.E. White and others of the USGS., Thermal features hand annotated., IV.A.
Midwest, Wyoming
N4300--W10600/30x60., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Map edited 1981., Includes quadrangle location map and index to adjoining maps., Designed to be folded to 23 x 11 cm., United States. Bureau of Land Management. Surface-minerals management status.
Midwest, Wyoming
N4300--W10600/30x60., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Shows minerals owned by the federal government., Map edited 1981., Includes quadrangle location map and index to adjoining maps., Designed to be folded to 23 x 11 cm., United States. Bureau of Land Management. Surface-minerals management status.
Miles City, Montana : flood protection plan
At head of title: Yellowstone River & tributaries, flood control and other purposes., Includes vicinity map and typical levee section., Appears in the Corps of Engineers' Yellowstone River and tributaries, Montana, Wyoming, and North Dakota, 1949.
Minerals management, Northern Great Plains Resources Program, state of Wyoming
Relief shown by spot heights., Base map Geological Survey, 1966.
Mines and minerals map of Wyoming
Includes "Index map."
Moccasin Lake, Wyo.
1927 North American datum, Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Surveyed in 1936 and 1937., N4245-W10900/15., The topographic maps of the United States
Moccasin Lake, Wyo.
The topographic maps of the United States" and key to standard symbols on verso., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Forested areas overprinted in green., Surveyed in 1936 and 1937., N4245-W10900/15., 1927 North American datum.
Modern Map of Snake River
Map of 1814 in red., Hand drawn map with Barry's conjecture of route followed by Lewis and Clark along Snake River, based on 1814 expedition map., Compare with Indian map.
Monarch, Wyoming : flood protection plan
Appears in the Corps of Engineers' Yellowstone River and tributaries, Montana, Wyoming, and North Dakota, 1949., At head of title: Yellowstone River & tributaries, flood control and other purposes., Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army., Nov. 15, 1946., Plate XIV., Transmitted with report dated: December 1, 1946., Includes vicinity map and typical section.
Mont., Rosebud
The topographic maps of the United States" and key to standard symbols on verso., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Shows small strip of Wyoming., Surveyed in 1891-92., Surveyed by reconnaissance methods., N4500-W10700/30.
Mont., St Xavier
Shows a small segment of Wyoming., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Surveyed in 1891-1892., N4500-10730/30., The topographic maps of the United States
Montana (Rosebud County), Rosebud quadrangle
"Description of the topographic map of the United States" and key to standard symbols on verso., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Topographic sheet., Surveyed in 1891-92., Shows small strip of Wyoming.
Montana and Wyoming Territories : embracing most of the country drained by the Madison, Gallatin and upper Yellowstone Rivers
Relief shown by contours., Scale of original [1:253,440]. 4 miles to an in., At head of title: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey of the Territories, F.V. Hayden, U.S. geologist in charge., Stamped on verso: Copy from the National Archives, record group no. 57.
Montana and Wyoming Territories : embracing most of the country drained by the Madison, Gallatin and upper Yellowstone Rivers
Contour interval 100 ft., Scale of original [1:316,800]. 5 miles to an in., At head of title: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey of the Territories, F.V. Hayden, U.S. geologist in charge., Stamped on verso: Copy from the National Archives, record group no. 77, civil works map file.
Montana, Custer Battlefield
Excepting the railroad, the fence surrounding the national cemetery reservation, and the battle monument--introduced as aids in identification of places and features--the map is intended to show the field as it was at or about the time of the battle., Relief shown by contours., Oriented with north to upper left., Surveyed in 1891.
Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.
Relief shown by hachures., Prime meridians: Washington and Greenwich, The world we live in: Illinois on verso, The linked item is a digital copy of the original.
Montana, St. Xavier quadrangle
Shows a small segment of Wyoming., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Topographic sheet., Surveyed in 1891-1892., Description of the topographic map of the United States

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