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Date: 1911 ca.
Description: A business atlas map of Wisconsin, showing the railroads, counties, cities, villages, rivers, lakes, electric lines, and steamship lines in the state. Othe...
Date: 1990 ca.
Description: This map shows various types of trails, boat landings, canoe areas, public beaches, picnic areas, campgrounds, golf courses, public tennis courts, and othe...
Description: This map is blue line print and shows local streets, roads, the University of Wisconsin, Monona Village, Verona, Middleton, McFarland, Lake Mendota, Lake M...
Date: 1800 after
Description: This map shows plat of the town, local streets, plank roads, and part of the Fox River. The bottom of the map includes annotations, probably in pencil.
Date: date unknown
Description: This map shows the Michigan-Wisconsin boundary in Iron, Vilas, and Forest counties, Wisconsin, and Gogebic and Iron counties, Michigan. The Montreal River...
Date: 1960 ca.
Description: This map shows water mains, valves, hydrants, crosses, tees, and elevated tanks. The back of the map reads: "Notice of public hearing from T.H. Schuette, v...
Description: This map is ink on tracing paper and shows acreages, wards, streets, rivers, and Lake Michigan. Also included are editorial notes in pencil.
Description: This map shows plat of the city, city limits, local streets, and part of Baraboo River. The map includes 2 inset maps and a legend showing residential, bus...
Description: This map shows 8 zoning districts, as well as house number system, schools, parks, churches, and points of interest. Lake Michigan is labeled and the lower...
Description: Wisconsin became the thirtieth state in 1848. Drawn that same year, this map shows township lines, roads, villages, mills, railroads, prairies, swamps, ca...
Description: The second in a series of three maps of the Virginia Peninsua. This map details the area from Williamsburg north to West Point.
Description: An 1876 reprinted map of the Township of Franklin, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, that shows the land ownership and sectioning of the town, as well as the ro...
Description: This map shows lot and block numbers, railroads, street car tracks, sewers, water mains, gas mains, paved streets, land owned by the Land & River Improveme...
Description: This map from the Wisconsin Lakes and Parks Association shows the area of a proposed state park, much of which is now part of the Flambeau River State Fore...
Description: A detail of a Sanborn map including Lake Front and Lake Lawn areas by Langdon Street.
Description: This standard U.S.G.S. topographic map was annotated by civil engineer and railroad historian James P. Kaysen to show the location of existing and defunct...
Date: 1720 ca.
Description: Map of North America from from the Rio Grande to the Atlantic Ocean, showing boundaries, the colonies, cities, settlements, mines, forts, Native American l...
Date: 1875 ca.
Description: Bird's-eye map of Richland Center.
Description: A post office directory of Verona, Wisconsin.
Description: Map shows roads, railroads, the Fox River, parks, schools, and cemeteries and is indexed by street name in the margins. The bottom of the map show the Winn...
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