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Description: Bird's-eye map of Lake Geneva.
Description: This map is ink on cardboard and shows the location of military forts over the course of years. Also shown are points of interest, streets, the Mississippi...
Description: Increase Lapham's plan for the canal terminus on Portsmouth Point at the confluence of the Scioto and Ohio Rivers.
Description: This map is pen-and-ink on paper and shows the numbers, dimensions, and acreages of lots, as well as survey monuments and streets.
Also included is a cert...
Description: Bird's-eye map of Lake Mills.
Description: This map is ink, pencil, and color on paper and shows numbered lots and labeled streets. The bottom margin of the map reads: "Recorded in the Registry of...
Description: A map of Wisconsin that shows the counties, cities, towns, rivers, and lakes of the state, the eastern most portions of Minnesota, Iowa, northern Illinois,...
Description: Bird's-eye map of Green Bay and Fort Howard, Brown Co., depicts street names and street layouts, houses, trees, and the East River. A reference key at the...
Description: This 1837 map shows the townships, roads, trails, natural land forms, vegetation, mill sites and lead and copper deposits in the Wisconsin Territory at the...
Description: This map shows streets, points of interest, Lake Winnebago, Millers Bay, South Asylum Bay, Lake Butte des Morts, and the Fox River. The map also includes a...
Description: In 1847, a year before Wisconsin entered statehood, most of the county shapes in southeastern and southern Wisconsin looked the same as they do today, wher...
Description: Map shows roads, highways, railroads, parks, city buildings, schools, cemeteries, city limits, and the Fox River. The map is indexed by street name, street...
Description: This map of Tomahawk shows the Wisconsin River, numbered lots, and labeled streets. The back of the map reads: "Henry C. Payne, 424 Broadway, - - Milwaukee...
Description: Baraboo was first settled around 1838, and by 1870 it had become the county seat and the thriving village illustrated here. This birds eye drawing depicts...
Description: Bird's-eye map of Milton Junction.
Description: Map showing the Wisconsin Central Railroad and its land grant, with the railroad and the land grant in color (red).
Description: Southern two thirds of Wisconsin with county boundaries hand-colored in red. The map displays towns, railroads, plan roads and mines. The scale is ten mile...
Date: 1953 ca.
Description: This map shows local streets, roads, highways, Middleton, Monona, Lake Wingra, Lake Monona, Lake Mendota, and an inset map that shows city parking areas....
Description: This map shows the movement from coalfields in Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, and part of Virginia to Lake Erie.
Quantities of coal are labe...
Description: A map of Wisconsin showing the self-supporting churches, Home Missionary churches, stations not organized, Sunday schools of C.S.S. Society, Congregational...
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