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1847 Disturnell Treaty Map / Mapa de los Estados Unidos de Mejico

The 1847 Disturnell Treaty Map of Mexico and the American West

The 1847 Disturnell Treaty Map of Mexico and the American West. A map with a fascinating publishing history and a vital role in one of the most momentous territorial negotiations in American history. Disturnell’s large map depicts Mexico, with wash color by state, as well as much of the United States west of the Mississippi […]

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A seminal Alaska map

Fine separately issued example of the first printed map to depict lands recently acquired from Russia and the first printed map to name Alaska. The United States purchased Alaska from Russia on August 1, 1867 for $7,200,000, in a transaction popularly known as “Seward’s Folly.” In connection with the purchase, the US received from the […]

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[ Wyoming Territory ] Frank and Fred. Bond, Draftsmen / Engraved & Printed by G.W. & CB Colton & Co., New York, HOLT’S NEW MAP OF WYOMING. Compiled by permission from official records in U. S. Land Office. Cheyenne: G.L Holt, 1883/4.

The finest early map of Wyoming Territory … published in Cheyenne

The best and largest map of Wyoming Territory, compiled by Wyoming surveyors Frank and Fred Bond and Cheyenne published by Cheyenne bookseller and stationer George Holt. Praised by Wheat: “Students of early Wyoming history will sometimes find Holt their most helpful cartographic tool.” Holt’s map provides a wonderfully detailed view of the Wyoming Territory, established […]

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