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Bird's-Eye View of the City of Eau Claire, Wisconsin



Bird's-Eye View of the City of Eau Claire, Wisconsin
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Title: Bird's-Eye View of the City of Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Description: Birds-eye drawing of Eau Claire depicts street names and street locations, houses, trees, bridges, piers, canals, railroads, and the Chippewa and Eau Claire rivers. A reference key at the bottom of the map shows the locations of the city's courthouse, East Side Public School, West Side Public School, West Side Park, University Square, Railroad Depot, and specific denominational churches (Baptist, Presbyterian, Congregational, Baptist, Methodist, Lutheran, Roman Catholic, and Universalist). At the bottom left of the map is an inset street-view drawing of the West Side Public School, and at the bottom right of the map is an inset street-view drawing of the East Side Public School.

Image ID: 12330
Creation
Date:
1872 
Creator
Name:
Brosius, H.
City, State: Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Maps
Genre: Map or Atlas
Subjects: Trees
Schools
Cities and towns
Log transportation
Bridges
Canals
Railroads
Roads
Ships
Dams
Rivers
Church buildings
Factories
Bird's-eye views
Islands
Hills
 

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Please Credit: Wisconsin Historical Society.

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