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Map of Washington Ter., (1886)

View more than 600 maps online in the Early Washington Maps: A Digital Collection. The database includes links to high-resolution Zoomify and MrSID files and was built collaboration with WSU Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections and the University of Washington Libraries.

The maps in this collection are predominantly of the Pacific Northwest and, more particularly, of Washington State. The classified arrangement is based on geographic (and later, political) specificity, and then chronologically within the geographical and political delineators. Typical information furnished for each of the separate maps described includes title, publisher, artist, cartographer and/or engraver (when known), as well as special notes, e.g., manuscript map, photocopy, facsimile, etc. The collection of some 700 maps is essentially regional in character, with maps of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries predominating. As such, it provides the local and regional historian with both materials for reconstructing the physical landscape of the Pacific Northwest and evidence of human life and organization on this landscape. At the same time, but to a much lesser degree, the collection, because its chronological scope actually extends back into the sixteenth century, also serves the historians of science and technology as well: the one as an illustration of the state of geographical knowledge and thought in terms of the history of geography; and the other, as a product of cartographic skill and practice, in terms of the history of cartography.

January 1990
John F. Guido Head, MASC
Compliled by Tina A. Oswald Manuscripts Librarian
Updated and encoded in HTML December 1998 by
Trevor J. Bond Manuscripts Librarian

CONTENTS:

United States 1.1
Canada 1.2
British Columbia 1.3
Pacific Northwest 2.1 Includes all, or parts, of Oregon, Washington, Idaho,
Montana, British Columbia; may include other States, as well.
Alaska 2.21 (may include other states as well)
Idaho 2.22 (may include other states as well)
Montana 2.23 (may include other states as well)
Oregon/Oregon Territory 2.24 (may include other states or territories as well)
Washington 2.27 (may include other states as well)
Washington Territory 2.274 (may include other territories as well)
Western Washington Counties 3.1
Eastern Washington Counties 3.2
Adams County 3.21
Asotin County 3.22
Benton County 3.23
Chelan County 3.24
Douglas County 3.26
Ferry County 3.27
Franklin County 3.28
Grant County 3.20
Kittitas County 3.31
Klickitat County 3.32
Lincoln County 3.33
Okanogan County 3.34
Pend Oreille County 3.35
Spokane County 3.36
Stevens County 3.37
Walla Walla County 3.38
Whitman County 3.39
Yakima County 3.40
Cities in Washington State 4.0
Other U.S. States 5.0
Europe and the Americas 5.4
Asia 5.45
The World 5.5

UNITED STATES 1.1

- Map of the Trans-Mississippi Territory of the United States during the period of the American Fur Trade as conducted from St. Louis between the years 1807 and 1843, showing the location of Indian Tribes, trading posts, routes of travel and other features of interest. Reprinted from Father DeSmet's travels West of the Mississippi.

- North America. Drawn and engraved for Thomson's New General Atlas, 1814.

- Etats-Unis D'Amerique. Graves Par les Rue Des Noyers. Paris, 1825.

- United States. By H. & F.J. Huntington. Entered according to an act of Congress the 12th day of August, 1830.

- Map of United States of America and Nova Scotia. Engraved & printed by Fenner, Sears & Company. Published by T. Hinton & Simpkin & Marshall, 1832.

- U.S. and their territories. By W.T. Steiger-Draughtsman, 1852.

- The United States of America. Published by J. H. Coltur & Co., 1855.

- Map of United States and Mexico. Published by Johnson and Browning under the direction of Col. Carlos Butterfield, Dec.,1859. (Oversized map)

- Map of the United States and Territories together with Canada etc. By Augustus Mitchell Jr., 1860.

- Johnson's new military map of the United States showing the forts, military posts, etc: with enlarged plans of Southern harbors. By the War Department, Johnson & Ward, 1861. (Reprint from Shorey Bookstore, Reprint SMJ, 22/68 Seattle, Washington.)

- Colton's map of the States & territories West of the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean: showing the overland routes, & projected railroad lines, etc. Published by J.H. Colton, 1864. G4050 1864 .J14x

- U.S. & territories showing the extent of public surveys and other details. Constructed from the plats and official sources of the General Land Office, Theodore Franks-Draftsman, Washington D.C., General Land Office, 1866.

- Map of the Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Railway, ``Sunset Railway," the true Southern Pacific. Printed and engraved by Rand McNally, [1881?]

- An atlas of the Northwest: with Maps of the United States and the World. Rand McNally, 1895.

- Map showing Indian Reservations within the limits of the United States. Compiled under the direction of the Hon. F.E. Leupp, 1905.

- United States showing routes of principal explorers and early roads and highways. Department of the Interior, General Land Office, I.P. Berthrong-Chief of Drafting Division, 1908.

- Map showing Indian Reservations within the limits of the United States. Compiled under the direction of the Hon. R.G. Valentine, 1911.

- Part of United States West of Mississippi River: showing activities of Bureaus of the Department of the Interior. By the Department of the Interior, Ray Wilbur, Secretary, General Land Office; C.C. Moore, Commissioner. Revised and drawn by H. Ruh, 1929.

- U.S. recreational areas with connecting railways and airways including Alaska and Hawaii. By the Department of Interior, Harold I. Ickes-Secretary, National Park Service and Arno B. Cammerer-Director, Sept. 1936.

- United States showing routes of principal explorers and early roads and highways. From data prepared by Frank Bond, chief clerk. Department of the Interior, Harold L Ickes, secretary; General Land Office, Fred W Johnon, commissioner. Fourth Ed., 1937.

CANADA 1.2

- Map of the Canadian Pacific Railroad showing the routes followed by the early fur traders from the Pacific Coast and interior of New Caledonia to the Hudson Bay and to Montreal, also the route taken by the explorer Sir Alexander MacKenzie as he went to the Pacific Coast from Athabasca, in 1793. Copyright by Poole Bros., 1893.

- Map of the Dominion of Canada. By James White, F.R.G.S.-Geographer, [1900?]

- Map of Alaska, Yukon Territory and British Columbia showing connections of the White Pass and Yukon Route, 1903.

- Map of the Dominion of Canada. By the Department of the Interior, the Hon. Frank Oliver-Minister, W.W. Cory-Deputy Minister and R.E. Young-Chief Cartographer, 1910.

- Mineral Map. Canada, Department of the Interior, Honourable Frank Oliver-Minister, R.E. Young-D.L.S. Chief Geographer, 1911.

- The Canadian West. Compiled from Government Maps, and revised in January. Presented with the compliments of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, 1920.

- Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland. By P.F. Collier and Son, 1926.

- Part of Northern Canada. Issued from Railway Lands Branch, Department of the Interior, by R.E. Young-DLS Chief Geographer, n.d.

- Northeastern Canada: nature of sea bottom. Issued from Railway Lands Branch, Department of the Interior, by R.E. Young-D.L.S. Chief Geographer, n.d.

BRITISH COLUMBIA 1.3

- A sketch map of the Province of British Columbia showing mining divisions. By the Department of Mines. Printed by Richard Wolfender, 1901.

- Map of British Columbia (Dominion of Canada). Prepared under the directions of Hon. Sydney A. Fisher-Minister of Agriculture, 1905.

- Map of East and West Kootenay. By British Columbia, Department of Lands, Hon. William R. Ross-Minister; 2nd issue, 1911.

- Map of the Southeastern Districts of Vancouver Island. The Honourable William R. Ross-Minister of Lands, 1912. -Map of the Southeastern Districts of Vancouver Island. By British Columbia, Department of Lands, Honourable T.D. Pattullo-Minister, J.E. Umbach-Surveyor General, 1925. (Comparative Geographical Study on verso.)

- City of Victoria and vicinity. Published by Victoria and Island Publicity Bureau; compiled and drawn by L.N. and N.W. Peace, 1938.

- Hope-Princeton Sheet. By British Columbia Department of Lands, Hon. A. Wells Gray-Minister, F.C. Green-Surveyor General, and G.G. Aitken-Chief Geographer, 1939.

- British Columbia, map no. 1J. By the Department of Lands and Forests, Hon. R.G.Willston-Minister and E.W. Bassett-Deputy Minister of Lands, 1956.

- Map showing relative position of the principal mines of the Trail Creek Mining Camp, West Kootenay, British Columbia. n.d.

- Official road map of British Columbia and adjacent territory. Published by Auto Club of Vancouver, n.d.

PACIFIC NORTHWEST 2.1

- Indian map and manuscript. By Clark, annotated by J. Neilson Barry, 1806. (Photocopy)

- Botanical map of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Lewiston to Weippe, Idaho. By Ethel V. Turn(?), [1806?]. (Sources of information: 1.)``History of the Expedition of Captains Lewis and Clark," by James K. Hosmer (a reprint from the 1814 edition of their journals); and 2.) copies of original maps of expedition.)

- Partie des etats unis, 1829. [Oregon Territory, the unorganized territory remaining after the abolition of Missouri Territory in 1821].(Consists of two maps: one numbered 38 and one numbered 39.)

- Partie des etats-unis. [Oregon Northwest Territory: includes all areas West of the Mississippi. Brussels, 1829]. (Consists of two maps, no. 40 and no. 41, pasted together.) (Oversized)

- Map of an exploring expedition to the Rocky Mountains, in the year 1842 and to Oregon and Northern California in the Years 1843-44. By Brevet Captain J.C. Fremont of the Corps of Topographical Engineers under the orders of Col. J.J. Abert-Chief of the Topographical Bureau, [1844?]. F592 .F822x 1845

- Oregon and Upper California. Published by S. Augustus Mitchell 1847. Entered according to an Act of Congress in the year 1845 by H.N. Burroughs.

- A new map of Texas, Oregon and California with the regions adjoining. Compiled from the most recent authorities, published by S. Augustus Mitchell, 1846. (Copied in 1959-Tillamook County Pioneer Museum.)

- A new map of the State of California and the Territories of Oregon and Utah and New Mexico. Published by Thomas Cowperthwait and Co., 1850.

- Map of a reconnaissance between Ft. Leavenworth on the Missouri River, and the Great Salt Lake in the territory of Utah, made in 1849 and 1850 under the orders of Col. J.J. Abert, by Capt. Howard Stansbury-Corp of Topographical Engineers, 1852. (Two copies of this map.)

- A new map of the State of California, the Territories of Oregon & Utah. Compiled after the best authorities; published by the Bibliographic Institution, 1852. (From the Meyer's Hand Atlas.) G4210 1852 .N48

- A new map of the State of California, the Territories of Oregon, Washington, Utah & New Mexico. Published by Thomas Cowperthwait, 1852.

- A new map of the State of California, the Territories of Oregon, Washington, Utah, and New Mexico. Published by Thomas Cowperthwait and Co., 1853.

- Washington and Oregon. Published by J.H. Colton and Company, 1853. (Numbered in the corner of the map-no. 53.)

- Washington and Oregon. Published by J.H. Colton and Company, 1853. (Numbered in the corner of the map-no. 53. On verso, information sheet The United States of Mexico. G4240 1854 .J14x

- Colton's Washington and Oregon. Published by J.H. Colton, 1853. (Numbered in the corner of the map-no. 53. On verso, information sheet The United States of Mexico-No. I.

- Map of Oregon & Washington Territories. Compiled by G.H. Goddard, from the exploration of Governor Stevenson and the latest best authorities. Lithograph and published by Britton and ?, 1855. (Two copies: one on paper; one on mylar.)

- Oregon and Washington Territory: Columbia Barracks to Ft. Steilacoom. Under the direction of Major Hartman Bache, 1855.

- U.S. military road from Columbia Barracks to Fort Steilacoom. Surveyed by Lieut. Geo. H. Derby-U.S. Top. Eng., assisted by George Gibbs-Civil Engineer and under the direction of Major Hartman Bache-Top. Eng., 1855. (Four photocopies of the same map; all from the National Archives.)

- Cascades to Vancouver, U.S. Military Road from the Dalles to Columbia Barracks. Surveyed by Lieut. Geo. H. Derby-U.S. Top. Engineers, assisted by R.E.K. Whiting-C.E., under the direction of Maj. Hartman Bache-Top. Eng. Superintendent of Military Roads, Oregon and Washington Territories, October 1855. (Includes photocopies of parts 1 and 2 from the National Archives. Two copies of this map.)

- The portage, Cascades, W.T., U.S. Military road from the Dalles to Columbia Barracks. Surveyed by Lieut. G.H. Derby-U.S. Top. Engineers, assisted by Robt. E.K. Whiting-C.E., under the direction of Maj. Hartman Bache-Top. Eng., 1855. (Parts 1 and 2)

- Reconnaissance of Steilacoom Harbor, Washington Ter. By U.S. Coast Survey, the Hydrographic Party under the command of Lieut. Comdg. J. Alden-U.S.N. Asst., 1856.

- A new map of the State of California, the Territories of Oregon, Washington, Utah & New Mexico. Published by Charles DeSilver, 1856. (Two copies of this map.)

- Territories of Washington and Oregon. By Professor H.D. Rogers and A. Keith Johnston, 1857. Entered in Sta. Hall, London & according to act of Congress in the year 1857 by H.D. Rogers.

- Map of the Western Division of the Fort Kearney South Pass and Honey Lake Road. By the Dept. of the Interior, Pacific Wagon Roads. Surveyed under the direction of John Kirk-Supt., by E.A. Bishop-Engineer, 1857.

- Preliminary map of the central division Ft. Kearney South Pass and Honey Lake Wagon-Road. By the Department of the Interior, Pacific Wagon Roads. Surveyed and worked under the direction of F.W. Lander-Supt., by W.H. Wagner-Engr., 1857-58.

- Map showing the relative positions of the different tribes of Indians and missions in the Territory of the United States between the Cascades and Rocky Mountains, and also in the British possessions between the 49th/54th Parallels of North L. Prepared by Captain A. Pleasonton-2nd Dragoons A.A.A.G., and drawn by Private R.S. Peterson-Compy. E, 4th Infy. from the maps of the Reverend Father P.J. DeSmet, S. of J., 1859. (A photocopy in two parts from the National Archives. Removed from Cage 537-P.J. DeSmet.)

- Map of the State of Oregon and Washington Territory. Compiled in the Bureau of Topogl. Engrs., chiefly for military purposes by order of Hon. John B. Floyd-Sec. of War, 1859.

- Johnson's Washington & Oregon, 1860. G4280 1860 .J64x

- North America-West Coast, Strait of Georgia-Sheet 1 between Vancouver I. & British Columbia: Frazier R, to N.E.Pt. of Texada I., including Howe Sound and Jervis Inlet. Surveyed by Capt. G.H. Richards-R.N., 1860.

- Map of Oregon, Washington and part of Idaho. By S. Augustus Mitchell,Jr., 1860.

- Map of Oregon, Washington and part of British Columbia. By S. Augustus Mitchell, Jr., 1860. (Two copies of this map.)

- Johnson's Washington and Oregon. By Johnson and Browning, 1862. G4280 1860 .J64x

- Map of the public surveys in the Territory of Washington for the report of Surv. Gen., 1862.

- Colton's map of Oregon, Washington, Idaho and British Columbia. Published by J.H. Colton, 1863.

- Johnson's Nebraska, Dakota, Colorado, Idaho & Kansas. By Johnson and Ward, 1863.

- Johnson's Washington, Oregon and Idaho. By Johnson and Ward, [1864?]

- Map of Idaho and Montana and of portions of other Territories. Compiled under the direction of Col. George Thom-A.D.C., 1864. (Two copies of the same map from the National Archives - one paper copy and one plastic copy.)

- Land grant to Northern Pacific Railroad Company in Washington and Oregon under act of July 2, 1864 and joint resolution of May 31,1870. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Johnson's Oregon and Washington. Published by A.J. Johnson, New York, 1865.

- Johnson's Oregon and Washington. Published by Johnson and Ward, 1865.

- Colton's Oregon, Washington, Idaho Montana, and British Colubis. Published by C.W. and C. B. Colton & Co. Entered according to Act of Congress, 1867

- Map of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and part of Montana. By S. Augustus Mitchell, Jr., 1866.

- Map of Oregon, Washington, Idaho and part of Montana. By S. Augustus Mitchell,Jr., 1867.

- Bancroft's map of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and British Columbia. Published by H.H. Bancroft & Company, Booksellers and Stationers, 1868.

- Union Pacific Railroad map showing line of branches to Portland, Oregon, Puget Sound, Wash. Territory and Montana. To accompany report of Gol M. Dager, Chief Eng., 1868 Removed from Arhives HE 2791 U55 D63

- Map of Washington, Oregon and Idaho. By J. David Williams, [1873].

- Oregon and Washington. Drawn by F.A. Gray, 1873.

- Map of Oregon, Washington, Idaho and part of Montana. By S. Augustus Mitchell, 1874.

- Colton's Oregon, Washington and Idaho. Published by G.W. and C.B. Colton & Co., 1876. (Map numbered at the top left-no. 92, and on top right-no.93. On verso, information sheets Affghanistan.-Arabia, or Arabistan and General Account of Asia. (Three copies of this map.)

- Map of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and part of Montana. [By S. Augustus Mitchell, 1877?].

- Parts of Western Wyoming and Southeastern Idaho. By the U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories. F.V. Hayden - U.S. Geologist in charge, O. St. John - Geological Assistant, G.R. Bechler and Fred A. Clark - Topographical Assistants, Julius Bien - Lith. Surveyed in 1877. (From Maps and Panorams. 12th annual...) 2 copies - one in color

- Economic Map of portions of Wyoming, Idaho and Utah. By Dept. of the Interior U.s. Geological and Geographic survey of teh Territories; F. V. Hayden, U.S. Geologist April 1879. Transfered from Science. Sci. Call #557.3 Un13r v.12 Atlas 1878.

- Colton's map of Oregon & Washington Territory. Issued by the Oregon Railway and Navigation Co.; prepared by G.W. & C.B. Colton, 1879.

- Post route map of the State of Oregon and Territory of Washington. Designed and constructed under the orders of Postmaster General D.M.Key, W.L. Nicholson-Topographer of P.O. Dept.,1880. (Map in pieces numbered 1-4. Pieces 2 and 3 have two copies: one copy on paper, and one copy on plastic. All photocopies from the National Archives.)

- Map of the Department of the Columbia. Projected and compiled at the Engineer Office, Department of the Columbia by Lieut. Thomas W. Symons-Corps of Engineers, assisted by Alfred Downing and C.C. Manning-Topographical Assistants; drawn by Alfred Downing-Topographical Assistant, 1881. 5th ed. revised to July 1896 by Capt. Harry Taylor-Corps of Engineers and 1st Lieut. John L. Sehon-20th Inf. Acting Engineer Officer. (Oversized map)

- Washington and Oregon Territory showing definite location of Northern Pacific Railroad from point near Kalama to Portland, Oregon, filed in General Land Office. Copied from the records of the Department of the Interior, 1882. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Johnson's Oregon and Washington. Published by Alvin J. Johnson and Co., 1883.

- Post route map of the State of Oregon and Territory of Washington, showing post offices with the intermediate distances between them and mail routes in operation on 1st August, 1883. Published by order of Postmaster General Walter Q. Gresham under the direction of C. Roeser, Jr.-Topographer P.O. Dept., 1883. (Photocopy of map in pieces numbered 1-4 from the National Archives. Pieces numbered 1 and 2 have two photocopies: one copy on paper and one copy on plastic.)

- Map showing land grant of the Northern Pacific Railroad Co. in Eastern Washington and Norther Idaho. january 1, 1886. By Matthew Northrop & Co., [1886]

- County and township map of Oregon and Washington. Copyright by Wm. M. Bradley & Bro., 1884. (Two copies of this map.)

- Map showing land grant of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. By Matthews, Northrup and Co.-Engravers and Printers, 1884. G4241.P3 1884 N67x

- Map of the Northern Pacific Railroad: Oregon Railway & Navigation Co., and Oregon & California Railroad and connections. Matthews, Northrup & Co.-Engravers and Printers, 1884. (in oversized black map case)

- Washington and Oregon. Copyright by Wm. M. Bradley & Bro., 1884.

- Post route map of the State of Oregon and Territory of Washington showing post offices and the intermediate distances and mail routes in operation on the 1st of October 1885. Published by order of Postmaster General William F. Vilas under the direction of W.L. Nicholson-Topographer P.O. Dept., 1885. (Photocopy in four pieces from the National Archives.)

- Map Showing land grant of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. Corrected up to Sept. 1, 1892 by Matthews, Northrup & Co.

- Washington and Oregon. By Phillips and Hunt, 1886. (On verso, printed information on Washington Territory and State of Oregon, pgs. 341 and 344 from The People's Atlas.

- Colton's Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. Published by G.W. and C.B. Colton and Company, 1886. (On verso, printed information on Turkey in Europe, pgs. 91 and 92.)

- Post route map of the State of Oregon and Territory of Washington showing post offices and the intermediate distances and mail routes in operation on the 1st of February 1887. Published by order of Postmaster General William F. Vilas under the direction of W.L. Nicholson-Topographer P.O. Dept., 1887. (Photocopy in four pieces from the National Archives.)

- County and township map of Oregon and Washington. Copyright by Wm. M. Bradley & Bro., 1887. G4290 1887 .B73

- Advertised section U.S. military road from Columbia Barracks to Ft. Steilacoom, 1888. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map of Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho and Wyoming, 1889. (On verso: Map of California and Nevada, [1889?]

- Washington and Oregon. Copyright by Wm. M. Bradley & Bro., 1889.

- Map of Washington and Oregon. By Matthews, Northrup and Co., 1891. (Two copies of this map.)

- Post route of the States of Oregon and Washington with adjacent parts of Idaho, Nevada, California, and British Columbia showing post offices with intermediate distances and mail routes in operation on the 1st of June 1891. Published by order of Postmaster General John Wanamaker, under the direction of C. Roeser, Jr.-Topographer P.O. Dept., 1891. (Photocopy from the National Archives in four pieces.)

- Index map of Clearwater River Survey, 1896. (Blueprint of sheet 5 of sheets 1 through 5.)

- Washington and the southern portion of British Columbia showing mining districts and lines of travel. Prepared from the latest official data and other sources by Webster Brown-Civil and mining engineer, 1897.

- Union Pacific/South Pacific of Sunset Route/ Northwest Route. Issued by Rand McNally and Company, [19??]. (In rolled map file on top of the map cases.)

- Clair Hunt's homesteaders map of the entire north half of the Colville Indian Reservation showing public land surveys and Indian allotments. Compiled and copyrighted by Clair Hunt-Surveyor, 1900. (Notes written on it in pencil.)

- Clair Hunt's homesteaders map of the entire north half of the Colville Indian Reservation showing public land surveys and Indian allotments. Compiled and copyrighted by Clair Hunt-Surveyor, 1900.

- Diminished Colville Indian Reservation. Map and description of the South Half or Diminished Colville Indian Reservation Published by Clair Hunt [Circa 1914]. [Original booklet containing a general description of the "climate, soil, products, and the habits and characteristics of Indian inhabitants" located in the Paul Bockmier Papers cage 94. Box 1 Folder 9.1]

- Map of the Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company and the Southern Pacific Company, 1906.

- Northwest quarter of United States, map showing National Forests, [1908?].

- Map of the Columbia, Snake & Clearwater Rivers from Celilo to Pittsburg Landing and Kooskia. By the U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers, S.W. Roessler-Lieut. Colonel, David B. Ogden-Asst. Engineer, Chas. E. Barteau-Draftsman, 1908. (Blueprint)

- Map of the Columbia, Snake & Clearwater Rivers from Celilo to Pittsburg Landing and Kooskia. By the U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers, S.W. Roessler-Lieut. Colonel, David B. Ogden-Asst. Engineer, Chas. E. Barteau-Draftsman, 1908. (Photocopy)

- Indexed map of Washington, Oregon, Idaho. Issued by Rand, McNally & Co., 1910. (In rolled map file on top of map cases.)

- The Inland Empire: Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho and Western Montana. Compiled and produced by the Spokane Chamber of Commerce, Farm Development Bureau, [1914?] (On verso, Letters from men now on the land. Two copies of this map.)

- Post route map of the States of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming, showing post offices with the intermediate distances. By A.S. Burlson-Postmaster General, 1915. (In rolled map file on top of the map cases.)

- Snake River Ore.-Wash.-Idaho. War Department. U.S. Engineer Office, First Dist., Portland, Ore. Survey of 1917. (7 maps some annotated).

- Road map of the Northwest. Issued by the State College of Washington, Highway Department, [1918?].

- Road map of the Northwest. Issued by the State College of Washington, Highway Department, [1919?].

- Map of the Inland Empire in Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho and British Columbia. Compiled, edited and published by Inland Empire Map Company, 1928.

- Union Pacific of the Pacific Northwest. By Union Pacific System, 1930. (In rolled map file on top of map cases.)

- Oregon Trail as of 1846. Compiled from authentic data by the United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Public Roads. Drawn by L.E. Knight, 1938. (Two copies of this map.)

- Landforms of the Northwestern States. By Erwin Raisz, Harvard University, 1941.

- Landforms of the Northwestern States. Prepared at the Institute of Geographical Exploration, Harvard University. By Erwin Raisz, 1941. (Includes piece of another copy of the same map.)

- Economic atlas of the Pacific Northwest. Published by the Northwest Regional Council in cooperation with the Pacific Northwest Regional Planning Commission, and the Bonneville Power Administration, 1941. (Two copies of the same atlas.)

- Pacific Northwest development in perspective: an over-all view of present and potential post-war physical development in the Columbia and Snake River Basins. By the Pacific Northwest Regional Planning Commission, National Resources Planning Board, Region #9, Fredrick A. Delano-Chairperson, 1943.

- Columbia River and Tributaries, Basin Map: Major Dam and Resevoir Development. U.S. Army Engineer Division, North Pacific Corps of Engineers, 1963.

- The Wild West. Copyrighted by publishers: Creative Merchandisers, Inc., 1964. (Signed by Don Russell, one of the creative consultants.)

- Development and management of Lake Umatilla, John Day Project Columbia Reiver, Ore. and Wash. Related facilities map, U.S. Army corps of Engineers plate 1. Drawn by B. Wagner. Approved October 8, 1965

- Clearwater River, Southfork to Lewiston, survey of 1896. Traced by W.P.S., n.d. (Blueprint)

- Geological map of portions of Wyoming, Idaho and Utah. Geology by A. C. peale, Orestes St. john and F. M. Eudlich, n.d. (From: Maps and Panoramas

- The Inland Empire, n.d.

- Map of Central and Eastern Washington, including Northern Idaho. [By Northern Pacific Railroad Company], n.d. (Two copies of this map.)

- Map of Central and Eastern Washington, including Northern Idaho. [By Northern Pacific Railroad Company], n.d. (Piece of the map.)

- Map of the country between the Cascade and Rocky Mountains. Prepared by Captain A. Pleaston-2nd Draggoons A.A.A.G., and drawn by Private R. Peterson-Comp. E, 4th Infy. from the notes of travel and maps of the Reverend P.J. De Smet, S. of J., n.d. (A photocopy from the National Archives. Removed from Cage 537-P.J. DeSmet.)

- Motor roads in Washington and portions of Idaho, Montana, Oregon, British Columbia and Alberta. Published by Inland Auto Association and Spokane Inland Empire, Inc., n.d.

- Oregon and Territory of Washington (a page out of the Atlas of the United States, n.d.

- Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, n.d. (Notes made in red and blue pencil on the value of mineral production 1920-1933.)

- Pacific Northwest regional planning commission. By the National Resources Board, District #11, Marshall N. Dana-Chairman, R.F. Bessey-Consultant, C.A. McClure-Assoc. Consultant, n.d.

- The Pacific Northwest scenic highways, n.d. G4211.P2 1930 .P33x

- [Part of Washington Territory]. By David Thompson, n.d.

- Sketch map showing townships in the Blue Mountains of Washington & Oregon proposed to be set aside as a forest reserve, n.d.

- Sketch map showing townships in the Blue Mountains of Washington & Oregon proposed to be set aside as a forest reserve, n.d. (Blueprint)

- Steilacoom and vicinity. From the Office of U.S. Chief of Engineers, n.d. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Territory served by the Washington Water Power Company, Spokane, Wash. American Bank Note Company, NY, n.d.

- 12th Annual Report to the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories,1878. Transferred from Science Call# Sci 557.3Un31rr12 Atlas 1878)

ALASKA 2.21

- Map showing the distribution of native tribes of Alaska and adjoining territory. Compiled from the latest authorities by W.H. Dall, U.S. Coast Survey, 1875.

- Map of Alaska. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. Binger Hermann-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, Canadian and other sources under the direction of Harry King-C.E., 1898. (Photocopy in four pieces from the National Archives.)

- Alaska. By Department of the Interior, General Land Office, William A. Richards-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey; Geological Survey, Canadian and other sources under the direction of Frank Bond-Chief of Drafting Division, G.L.O. Revised and drawn by Charles J. Helm; compiled by M. Hendges, 1906.

- Map of Alaska showing roads, trails, telegraph lines and military posts. Prepared in the office of the Chief Engineer Officer, Dept. of the Columbia, under the direction of Major General A.W. Greeley-Com'd'g. Dept., 1907.

- Plat of United States Survey no. 215 of the coal land claim of Katherine L. Foster situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Pennisula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 216 of the coal land claim of Ross J. Hurd situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Pennisula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 218 of the coal land claim of William H. Pool situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Pennisula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Undo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyer, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 219 of the coal land claim of Wilbur S.Yearsley situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Pennisula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 220 of the coal land claim of John McGregor situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Pennisula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 221 of the coal land claim of Peter McGregor situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Pennisula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 222 of the coal land claim of Walter R. Jordan situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Pennisula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United State Survey no. 223 of the coal land claim of Albert Held situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Pennisula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 225 of the coal land claim of Chas. W. Schumacher situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Pennisula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 226 of the coal land claim of Dorlon Mihills situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, and Unga-Pennisula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 227 of the coal land claim of Donald Ryrie situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Pennisula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 229 of the coal land claim of Bernard F. O'Neil situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Peninsula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 230 of the coal land claim of Burton Thoms situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Peninsula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 237 of the coal land claim of Fred Phair situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Peninsula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of Unites States Survey no. 238 of the coal land claim of David T. Ham situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Peninsula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 240 of the coal land claim of Pascal W. Yearsley situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Peninsula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 242 of the coal land claim of Ella W. Smith situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Peninsula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Plat of United States Survey no. 243 of the coal land claim of Mary R. Foster situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Unga-Peninsula, District of Alaska. As surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S. Deputy Surveyor, 1907. (Includes field notes.)

- Field notes of U.S. Coal Land Survey no. 234 of the coal land claim of Frank S. Maxwell situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Alaska Peninsula, Unga Peninsula Recording District, District of Alaska. Surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S.D.S., 1907.

- Field notes of U.S. Coal Land Survey no. 235 of the coal land claim of Frederic L. MacFarlane situate near Mine Harbor, Herendeen Bay, Alaska Peninsula, Unga Peninsula Recording District, District of Alaska. Surveyed by Udo Hesse-U.S.D.S., 1907.

- Alaska. By the Alaskan Exhibit, Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. Compiled from official records of the General Land Office, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey and other sources under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior and the Commissioner of the General Land Office; I.P. Berthrong

- Chief of Drafting Division; compiled and drawn by Daniel O'Hare; traced and lettered by J.S. Noel, 1909. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Landform map of Alaska. By Erwin Raisz; hydrography by Robert L. Williams. Prepared at the Institute of Geographical Exploration, Harvard University, 1948.

- Alaska, map E. By the U.S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey. Compiled from the Geological Survey Alaska Reconnaissance Topographic Series and other official sources, 1954.

IDAHO 2.22

- Map showing the general route of the branch line of the Northern Pacific Rail Road from Lake Pend d'Oreille across the Cascade Mtns. to Puget Sound, 1873. (oversize)

- Territory of Idaho. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, S.S. Burdett-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by C. Roeser-Principal Draughtsman, 1876. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Territory of Idaho. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, J.A. Williamson-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by C. Roeser-Principal Draughtsman G.L.O., 1879. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Territory of Idaho, [1879?]

- Territory of Idaho. Department of the Interior General Land Office N. C. McFarland, Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by G.P. Strum-Principal Draughtsman G.L.O., 1883.

- Territory of Idaho. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, N.C. McFarland-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by G.P. Strum-Principal Draughtsman G.L.O., 1883. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map of Idaho Territory. Compiled From Government Notes, Actual Surveys, and Personal Examination. Published by W.W. Elliott & Co. 1884.

- Idaho. By George F. Cram-Engraver and publisher, [1885]. (On verso, part of [Map of Montana].)

- Railroad and country map of Idaho. By A. A. Grant, [1887]. (Index of Idaho, on verso)

- Official map of Coeur d'Alene gold mines. Compiled and published by Chas. H Williamson, Portland, Oregon, 1884. (Reproduction from the National Archives.)

- Territory of Idaho. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. S.M. Stockslager-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the supervision of Geo. U. Mayo-Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O. Compiled and drawn by Robert H. Morton, 1888. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- [Map of Idaho] From the New Family Atlas of the World, New Family Atlas Map of Idaho by Rand McNally and Co., 1888. (On verso, part of the map Rand, McNally & Co's Map of California, Business Atlas map of California, 1888.)

- State of Idaho. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. Thomas H. Carter-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the supervision of A.F. Dissmore-Principal Draughtsman G.L.O. Compiled and drawn by Robert H. Morton, 1891. (Photocopy from the National Archives.) (oversize)

- Moragne's indexed property map of Latah County, Idaho showing location of farms, residences, roads, streams, etc., also school districts and school houses. Compiled by Jos. H. Moragne, civil engineer and surveyor, 1894.

- Map of Central Idaho. Compiled by Walter Hovey Hill-C.E., 1897. (Blueprint)

- Snake River from its mouth to Riparia, Washington. Surveyed under direction of Captain Harry Taylor-Corps of Engineers, U.S.A., by R.H. Ober-Surveyor, 1897. (Blueprint in 4 sheets, have sheets 1-4.)

- Map of Genesee, Latah, Idaho. Compiled by C.F. Burr and drawn by Ernest McCullough-C.E., 1899.

- State of Idaho. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. Binger Hermann-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of Harry King-Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O. Compiled by R.H. Morten; traced and lettered by I.P. Berthrong, 1899. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Western part of Nez Perce County, Idaho. By W.E. Moon, 1899.

- State of Idaho. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. Binger Hermann-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of Harry King-C.E. Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O.; traced and lettered by I.P. Berthrong, 1899. (Oversized map)

- Map of railroad locations from Station O to 597 for the Orofino Coal and Transportation Co. in Shoshone Co., Idaho. By D.H. Guilland-C.E., [1900]. (Blueprint)

- Map of the survey of the Snake River from Lewiston, Idaho to Riparia, Washington. Made under the direction of Captain Wm. W. Harts-Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, by Mr. Frank Gilham, 1900. (Blueprint in 5 sheets, have sheets 1-5.) G4242.S6 1900 .U5x

- State of Idaho. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, William A. Richards-Commissioner; under the direction of Frank Bond-Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O.; revised and drawn by Charles J. Helm, 1905.

- State of Idaho. By the Department of the Interior. General Land Office, William A. Richards-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of Frank Bond

- Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O. Revised by A.F. Dinsmore; traced and lettered by I.P. Berthrong and C.J. Helm, 1905. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- State of Idaho. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Richard Ballinger-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of Frank Bond-Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O.; revised and drawn by Charles J. Helm, 1907. (Oversized map)

- Map of the Town of Fort Lapwai. Recorded Book 2 of Plats, Page 15. Filed for Record Aug. 28, 1907.

- Map of St. Maries, Kootenai Co., Idaho. By St. Maries Land Co., R.H. Smithwick-C.E., 1907.

- Toyaulkt's Addition to Town of Fort Lapwai, Nez Perce County. Book 2 Page 30. Recorded May 29, 1908.

- Map of election precincts and commissioner districts of Nez Perce County, Idaho. Compiled by C.V.F. Taylor, 1908. (Blueprint)

- Sketch of the Clearwater River, Idaho from the junction of the middle and south forks to its mouth at Snake River. By the U.S. Engineers Office, 1909.

- State of Idaho. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Fred Dennett-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of I.P. Berthrong-Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O. Revised and drawn by Charles J. Helm, 1909. (Photocopy from the National Archives.) G4270 1909 .U55

- Design for an arched, rockfilled, timbercrib, roll dam at Bruces Eddy on the north fork of the Clearwater River, in 6 sheets. By the Clearwater Timber Company, W.C. Weeks-Engineer, C.E.A. Bennett-Draughtsman, 1909. (Blueprint)

- City of Lewiston. By the Department of Engineering, 1910. (Blueprint)

- Plat of the preliminary location of the Harrison Southern Railway through the Couer d' Alene Indian Reservation, Idaho . . . Surveyed and plotted under the direction of J.W. Edwards-C.E., 1910. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Idaho and Washington Northern Railroad and connections. Copyright by Wm. P. Northrup, 1910.

- Trail system of lake and river region reached by Red Collar S.S. line. Copyright by C.E. Flagg; McDermid

- Salnave Eng. Co., 1910. (Map attached to pamphlet about vacations in Idaho on the Red Collar S.S.)

- The city of Lewiston, Idaho, 1911. (Blueprint in four pieces.)

- Clauson's guide State of Idaho. Published by the Clauson Map Co., 1911.

- State of Idaho. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Clay Tallman-Commissioner. Compiled from official records of the General Land Office, U.S. Geological Survey and other sources under the direction of I.P. Berthrong-Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O. Compiled and drawn by David O'Hare; traced and lettered by Wm. Bauman and Geo. A. Daidy, 1913.

- State of Idaho. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Clay Tallman-Commissioner. Compiled from official records of the General Land office, U.S. Geological Survey and other sources under the direction of I.P. Berthrong-Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O. Compiled and drawn by Daniel O'Hare; traced and lettered by Wm. Bauman and Geo. A. Daidy, 1913. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Lewiston Orchards. By Lewiston Land and Water Co. Ltd., [1915]. (Blueprint)

- Clearwater National Forest. Copied from L.A. Penn by R.R. Bennell, 1915.

- Plat Showing Pipe Line Right-of-Way 20 Feet in Width, to be obtained through Lots 2 & 3, Sec. 9, T. 33N;R.4B.M. Nez Perce County, Idaho. I hereby Certify that this plat is a correct copy of the field notes of a survey made under my direction and supervision during the month of June 1915. Signed (unsigned) Licensed Land Surveyor State of Idaho. 1915.

- Soil Map: Idaho, Latah County sheet. By the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Soils, Milton Whitney-Chief, Curtis Marbut-In charge of soil survey, University of Idaho, Agricultural Experiment Station, J.S. Jones-Director, 1915.

- Coeur DíAlene National Forest Idaho Boise Meridian. U.W. Department of Agriculture Forest Service Henery S. Graves, Forester. 1918. [Oversized]

- Map of Lewiston Orchards, tract no. one. Dedicated by Lewiston Land and Water Co., Ltd., J.O. Maxon and C.C. Cartlich- Surveyors, D.P. Woods-Draughtsman, [1920?]. (Blueprint)

- [Lewiston Orchards, Idaho, 1920?]

- Lewiston, Idaho. By R.A. Burns-City Engineer, 1920. (Blueprint)

- State of Idaho. By the Department of the Interior, Albert B. Fall-Secretary, General Land Office, William Spry-Commissioner. Compiled chiefly from the official records of the General Land Office with supplemental data from other map making agencies under the direction of I.P. Berthrong-Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O. Traced and lettered by George A. Daidy; compiled and drawn by Daniel O'Hare, 1921. (From the Mc Whorter Collection)

- Auto trails map, State of Idaho. By Rand McNally, 1922.

- Highway map of Southern Idaho with connecting roads in adjoining states. Published and copyrighted by Gene Young; compiled and drawn by Arlo I. Weaver, [1923?]

- Map of Nez Perce County, Idaho. Compiled from official records by W.P. Hughes-County Engineer, J.W. Ninneman

- Assistant Engineer, 1925.

- Coeur d'Alene Mines, Idaho - Montana. Prepared by Fred W. Callaway-Mining engineer, assisted by J.M. Porter-C.F.O., and other engineers of the district, 1928.

- Map of Nez Perce County Idaho. Compiled from Official Records by W.P. Heghes, County Engineer and J.W. Ninneman, Assít. Engineer. 1929.

- Map of the Potlatch Forest Protective District, Idaho. By R.L. Woesner-Fire Warden Potlatch District, 1934.

- Relief map State of Idaho. By Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey; base map from U.S. Geological Survey maps of the state. Relief shading by R.W. Berry, 1936. (Edition of 1926, reprinted in 1936.)

- Road map of Nez Perce Indian Reservation, Idaho. By the United States Department of the Interior, Indian Service, Wm. A. Wood, 1938.

- 1941-1942 Traffic Flow Map Nez Perce County Idaho. Prepared by the Idaho Bureau of Highways in cooperation with the Federal Works Agency Public Roads Administration data obtained from State-wide Highway Planning Survey. 1939.

- Map indicating the geology of a section of the Coeur D'Alene Mining District of Idaho, 1946.

- Priest Lake. By R.W. Chronic, 1954.

- Standard map of Idaho. By Rand McNally, [1958?] (Leaf from the Commercial Atlas p. 131-134. The Idaho map is on p.132 and 133, on p.131 is a list of ``Physical Features of Hawaii," on p.134 Idaho retail sales map and table on ``Idaho Counties Business and Manufactures.")

- Camp Easterseal, Cottonwood Bay Watershed. [Coeur d'Alene Lake.] U.S. Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service, 1970. (2 maps - one with countour, one without)

- Priest Lake. By R.W. Chronic, revised 1974.

- Couer d'Alene mining district. By the office of Chas. F.O. Merriam-Mining Engineer, n.d.

- The Great Treasure Map of Lake Coeur d'Alene. Welcome Traveler Press, n.d.

- Map of Fort Lapwai, Idaho in Sec.2 Two. 35 N. - Range 4W.-B.M. Showing Proposed Extension of Main or 3rd St. South and East through the Nez Perce Indian Agency Grounds and Proposed Extension of "C" St. East through Alot. No. 275 to right of way of Camas Prairie Railroad. E.M. Booth County Surveyor Nez Perce County, Idaho. n.d.

- Kamiah Idaho. Pac. Tel & Tel Co. n.d.

- The city of Lewiston, Idaho, n.d. (Blueprint)

- [Lewiston, Idaho], n.d.

- Lewiston, Idaho, n.d. (Two copies of the same blueprint.)

- [Map of Snake River near Washington - Idaho State lines], n.d. (Blueprint)

- Normal Hill City of Lewiston, Idaho: plan and profile of sewer in alley. By City Engineers Office, n.d. (Blueprint)

- Lewiston Orchard, n.d. (Blueprint)

- Map of Idaho County, Idaho. Compiled from official records, personal surveys and other sources by W.C. McNutt-U.S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, Geo. F. Cram-Engraver, n.d.

- [Lewis County, Idaho], n.d. (Blueprint)

- [Lewiston, Idaho], n.d. (Blueprint)

- Map of Lewiston, Idaho, n.d. (In three pieces)

- Lewiston, Idaho, n.d.

- Nez-Perce and Latah Counties. Section traversed by L. W. and P. Co. Pole-Line, n.d.

- Nez-Perce and Latah Counties. Section traversed by L. W. and P. Co. Pole-Line, n.d. (Blueprint)

- [Nez Perce County, Idaho], n.d. (Two copies of this blueprint.)

- [Map of part of Idaho and Washington], n.d. (Photocopy from the National Archives; map includes such landmarks as Flat Head Lake, Walla Walla, Mullan's Road, Fort Colville, etc.)

- Map of the Upper Clearwater River beginning at Big Potlatch Creek and extending to Glenwood on the South Fork of Clearwater River: shows North, Middle and South Forks of the river, the Lo-lo Trail, and the Nez Perce Indian Reservation. By the Corps of Engineers, n.d. (Ozalid copy)

- Showing line of Lewiston and Southwestern Electric Railway and country contiguous. By Johnson Spoffard ; drawn by Fred Glenn, n.d. (In rolled map file on the top of map cases.)

MONTANA 2.23

- Territory of Montana. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, S.S. Burdett-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by C. Roeser-Principal Draughtsman G.L.O., 1876. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Montana Territory. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, J.A. Williamson

- Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by C. Roeser-Principal Draughtsman G.L.O., 1879. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map showing definite location of the Northern Pacific Railroad through the Flathead Reservation, Montana Ter., 1882.

- [Route of Northern Pacific Railroad from near Sandy Point on Pend Orielle Lake to Clark's Fork on the Missoula River in the Territory of Montana], 1882. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map of definite location of the Northern Pacific Railroad from the last crossing of the Yellowstone River . . . to a point on the Little Blackfoot River . . . Montana Territory, 1882. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map of the definite location of the Northern Pacific Railroad from a point of Little Blackfoot River . . . to the southerly line of the Flat Head Indian Reservation, Montana Ter. By Northern Pacific Railroad, 1882.

- Montana Territory. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, N.C. McFarland

- Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by G.P. Strum-Principal Draughtsman G.L.O., 1883. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Montana Territory. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. Wm. A.J. Sparks

- Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by Geo. U. Mayo-Civil Engineer, Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O.; compiled and drawn by Robt. H. Morton, 1887.

- Map showing the land grant of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company in Montana, Idaho, and in part of North Dakota, and in part of Eastern Washington, reaching from Dickinson, North Dakota to Ritzville, Eastern Washington. By Rand McNally, 1890. (On verso, articles that tell about the land in Montana.)

- Map of the State of Montana. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. S.W. Lamoreux

- Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of Harry King-C.E. Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O.; revised and lettered by I.P. Berthrong, 1897. (Photocopy from the National Archives, in four pieces.)

- Map of mining claims: Butte and vicinity, Montana. Compiled and published by Harper and MacDonald, 1901.

- Topography. Montana (Teton County) Cut Bank Quadrangle. U.S. Geological Survey George Otis Smith, Director. Jan. 1912.

- National Forest District 1. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Henry S Graves, Forester. March, 1913.

- The Rand-McNally new commercial atlas map of Montana. By Rand-McNally & Co.,1914.

- Topography. Montana Stryker Quadrangle. Department of the Interior Franklin K. Lane, Secretary U.S. Geological Survey George Otis Smith, Director. 1916.

- State of Montana. By the Department of Interior, Frank K.Lane-Secretary, General Land Office, Clay Tallman-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of I.P. Berthrong-Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O. Compiled by A.F. Dinsmore; traced and lettered by Wm. Bauman Jr., 1917. (Photocopy from the National Archives; map in four pieces.)

- State of Montana. By the United States Department of the Interior, Hubert Work-Secretary, General Land Office, William Spry-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources; revised and drawn by Wm. Bauman and John J. Black, 1926. (From the McWhorter Collection)

- Official road map of Montana. Issued by the Montana Automobile Association, 1928. (From the McWhorter Collection)

- A map of Montana whereon is depicted and inscribed the pioneer history of the Land of Shining Mountains. Published by the Montana Chamber of Commerce; historic data compiled by Bob Fletcher and Irvin Shope; map and illustrations by Irvin Shope, 1936. (On verso, A tabloid history of Montana, by Bob Fletcher.)

- A map of Montana whereon is depicted and inscribed the pioneer history of the Land of Shining Mountains. Published by the Montana Chamber of Commerce; historic data compiled by Irvin Shope, 1936. (On verso, A tabloid history of Montana, by Bob Fletcher.)

- Frontier pioneer Montana: a one page history dedicated to the "old timers." Historic data compiled by Bob Fletcher and Irvin Shope; map and illustrations by Irvin Shope. Published by the Montana State Highway Department, 1937.

- Frontier pioneer Montana: a one page history dedicated to the "old timers." Historic data by Bob Fletcher and Irvin Shope; map and illustrations by Irvin Shope. 1937.

OREGON/OREGON TERRITORY 2.24

- Map of the United States Territory of Oregon west of the Rocky Mountains exhibiting the various trading depots or forts occupied by the British Hudson Bay Company connected with the Western and Northwestern fur trade. Compiled in the Bureau of Topographical Engineers, from the latest authorities, under the direction of Col. J.J. Abert, M.H. Stansbury-Del., 1838. (Shorey Facsimile Map, SJM no.40 4/72.)

- Map of the United States Territory of Oregon west of the Rocky Mountains exhibiting the various trading depots or forts occupied by the British Hudson Bay Company connected with the Western and Northwestern fur trade. Compiled in the Bureau of Topographical Engineers, from the latest authorities, under the direction of Col. J.J. Abert, M.H. Stansbury-Del., 1838. (Two copies of the same map.) G4240 1838 .H6

- Map of Oregon Territory. By Samuel Parker; engraved by M.M. Peabody, 1838. (Two maps: one original on linen backing, and one copy on plastic.)

- Map of the Oregon Territory. By the U.S. Ex. Ex., Edward Yeager, Sc. 1841.

- Oregon Territory. [By Jeremiah Greenleaf, 1842.]

- Map of Oregon showing the location of Indian tribes. By Lippincott, Gambo and Co.; engraved by W. Williams, 1852.

- Map of Thurston County, Oregon Territory. Compiled by A.W. Aufang, 1852-1853.

- Map exhibiting the routes between Fort Dalles and the Great Salt Lake. By Bvt. 2nd Lieut. Joseph Dixon -Topl. Engrs. from explorations made by him while attached to the wagon road expedition to the valley of the Great Salt Lake. Under the command of Capt. H.D. Wallen-4th Infy. Compiled under the direction of Capt. Geo. Thom.-Topl. Engrs. from the orders of Brig. Gen. W.S. Harney-Commanding the Department of Oregon, 1859. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- A diagram of public surveys in Oregon. By the Surveyor General's Office, J. Bein-Lithographer, 1863. (Photocopy made in 1967 of a reprint from the Oregon Historical Society. Two copies of this map.)

- Map of the John Day Rapids, Columbia River. Surveyed under the direction of Bvt. Lt. Col. R.S. Williamson-Major of Engineers, by W.H. Heuer-Lieut. of Engineers, and Richard Corington, W.H. Hall, W.P. Gray-Assistants, 1867. (Photocopy)

- Map of the Umatilla Rapids, Columbia River. Surveyed under the direction of Bvt. Lt. Col. R.S. Williamson-Major of Engineers, by W.H. Heuer-Lieut. of Engineers, and Richard Corington, W.H. Hall, W. P. Gray-Assistants, 1867. (Photocopy)

- Map of the Dalles Military Road. Compiled from official surveys on file in the Surveyor General's Office, Seth L. Pope-Del., 1869.

- State of Oregon. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, S.S. Burdett-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by C. Roeser-Principal Draughtsman G.L.O.; photo. lith. and print by Julius Bien, 1876. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- State of Oregon. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, J.A. Williamson-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by C. Roeser-Principal Draughtsman G.L.O.; photo lith and print by Julius Bien, 1879. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- State of Oregon. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, N.C. McFarland-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the supervision of G.P. Strum-Principal Draughtsman G.L.O.; compiled by A.F. Dinsmore; drawn by Wm. Naylor; photo lith and print by Julius Bien & Co., 1884. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Cram's sectional map of Oregon. Compiled from official records of the Gen' Land Office, R.A. Tenney-Publisher, B.A. Lillie-General Agent, 1885.

- State of Oregon. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. W.M. Stone-Acting Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the supervision of A.F. Dinsmore-Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O.; compiled and drawn by A.F. Dinsmore; photo lith and print by Julius Bien & Co., 1889. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map of the State of Oregon. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. Binger Herman

- Nehalem River Oregon. Published June 1891 T. C. Mendenhall, Superintendent. 1891.

- Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of Harry King-C.E., Chief of the Drafting Division G.L.O.; compiled, drawn, and lettered by M. Hendges; photo lith. by the Friedenwald Co., 1897. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map of the State of Oregon. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. Binger Herman-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of Harry King-C.E., Chief of the Drafting Division G.L.O.; compiled, drawn, and lettered by M. Hendges; photolith. by the Friedenwald Co., 1897.

- Map of the State of Oregon showing the classification of lands and forests. Prepared by Gilbert Thompson from information obtained by A.J. Johnson, 1900.

- Post route map of the State of Oregon showing post offices with the intermediate distances on mail routes . . . Published by order of the Postmaster General George B. Cortelyou, under the direction of A. von Haake-Topographer of P.O. Dept., 1905. (Oversized map)

- Dalles-Celilo Canal proposed design for Five Mile Lock. By U.S. Engineer Office, S.W. Roessler-Lieut. Col. Corps of Engineers U.S.A. in charge, J.S. Polhemus-Asst. Engineer, F.C. Schubert-Asst. Engineer, Chas. E. Barteau-Del.; designed by F.C. Schubert, 1908.

- Oregon. Published by Geo. F. Cram. George F. Cram, Engraver & Publisher. 1909.

- Dalles-Celilo Canal proposed design for Tandem Lock at Big Eddy. By the U.S. Engineer Office, Major Jay J. Morrow-Corps of Engineers U.S.A. in charge, J.S. Polhemus-Asst. Engineer, F.C. Schubert-Asst. Engineer, 1910.

- State of Oregon. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Fred Dennett-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of I.P. Berthrong-Chief of the Drafting Division G.L.O.; traced and lettered by Wm. Bauman, Jr.; compiled by M. Hendges; revised by A.F. Dinsmore, 1910. (Two copies of the map: original copy and a photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Clason's guide to Oregon with map. Published by Clason Map Co., 1913.

- State of Oregon. By the United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey; A.F. Hassan-Cartographer. Compiled in 1914, revised in 1923, reprinted in 1939.

- Post route map of the State of Oregon showing post offices with the intermediate distances on mail routes . . . Published by order of Postmaster General A.S. Burleson, 1915.

- State of Oregon: map prepared from official records under the direction of . . . Columbia River Power Project Committee. By Wm. E. Morris-Committee Engineer and Theodore Rowland-Draftsman, 1915.

- State of Oregon: map prepared from official records under the direction of . . . Columbia River Power Project Committee. By Wm. E. Morris-Committee Engineer, 1915.

- Topography State of Oregon. Oregon Condon Quadrangle. Department of the Interior Franklin K. Lane, Secretary U.S. Geological Survey George Otis Smith, Director. 1916.

- Plan and profile of Snake River: Lewiston, Idaho to Huntington, Oregon. By the Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, topography by W.R. Chenoweth, 1920. (Sheets F-H, and K-Q are in the collection.)

- Agriculture and mining map of Oregon. By F.C. Dahlquist and T.E. Faulk, 1922.

- State of Oregon. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Albert B. Fall-Secretary, William Spry-Commissioner. Compiled chiefly from the official records of the General Land Office with supplemental data from other map making agencies under the direction of I.P. Berthrong-Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O.; traced and lettered by Wm. Bauman Jr. and J.J. Black; compiled by A.F. Dinsmore, 1922.

- Road and recreation map of State of Oregon. Prepared by the Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1924. (Two copies of this map.)

- Highway map of Oregon. By Shell Oil Co., 1926.

- Harbor of Astoria and vicinity. Compiled and redrawn by Port of Astoria from latest authentic information available, 1927.

- State of Oregon. By the United States Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Ray Lyman Wilbur

- Secretary, C.C. Moore-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources; revised by Lucille J. Ranney, 1932.

- Mouth of the Columbia. By the U.S. Engineer Office; prepared by F.W. Rodolf-Associate Engineer, submitted by Allen L. Dorr-Engineer, 1941.

- Oregon's Historic Trail and "Story Spots." Oregon Council, American Pioneer Trails Association, 1945.

- Old Oregon Territory. Published by Territorial Centennial Commission, Colista Downing-Cartographer; Abbott, Kerrs & Bell-Lithographers, [1948].

- Heald-Menerey's geographical, commercial and recreational map: Oregon. By Ralph P. Heald-Compiler, n.d.

- Highway map of Oregon. By Shell Oil Co., n.d.

- Literary map of Oregon, n.d.

- The Oregon Territory from actual survey corrected by many astronomical observations. By David Thompson -Astronomer and surveyor, n.d. (Photocopy in 16 pieces from the British Museum.)

WASHINGTON 2.27

- Boundary Commission map of the boundary line from the Straits of Juan de Fuca to Fort Shepherd, Columbia River. Drawn by the British officers of the Boundary Survey, [1860?]. G3511.F2 1860 .G7x

- Johnson's Washington & Oregon, 1860. G4280 1860 .J64x

- Cape Flattery and Nee-ah Harbor, Washington. By the United States Coast Survey; topography by G. Davidson-Assistant U.S.C.S.; hydrography by the party under the command of Lieut. James Alden-U.S.N. Assistant, 1853; edition of 1879. (Photocopy) G4282.C3P5 1885 .U5x

- English Narrows and adjacent anchorages. Republished from the British Admty. chart of Dec. 1869 with corrections to 1873. (Photocopy in 2 pieces from the National Archives.)

- Columbia River, sheet no. 1. By United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1881. Reissued with additions by J.E. Hilgard-Supt., verified by R.D. Cutts-Assistant, 1882. G4282.C62P5 1882 .U5x

- Cram's railroad & township map of Washington. Published by Geo. F. Cram, 1883. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1880 by G.F. Cram. (On verso, ``Index to Cram's map of Oregon" and ``Index to Cram's map of Washington Territory." The map is from pages 195-198 of Cram's Standard American Atlas . . . G4281.P3 1883 .G46x

- Railroad & township map of Washington. At one time part of Grant's Standard Indexed Atlas, pp.206-207, 1887. (On verso, an ``Index to Grant's Map of Oregon," p.208 and ``Index to Grant's Map of Washington Territory," p.205.) G4281.P3 1887 .R35x

- Railroad and county map of Washington. By Geo. F. Cram-Engraver and publisher, 1887. (On verso, ``Index to State map of Washington." The map is on pages 237-239, presumably from a Cram atlas.) G4281.P3 1887 .G46x

- Fruitful Washington [promotional broadside which includes] Rand, McNally & Co's business atlas map of Washington. By Northern Pacific Railroad Company; published by Rand McNally & Co's Printers, 1888. G4280 1888 .R36x

- New sectional township & county map of Washington. Compiled and drawn from all United States railroad surveys made previous to March 1st, 1884 by W.H. Galvani-Civil Engeneer(sic); published by J.K. Gill and Company; lith. by L.M. Snyder & Co., 1889.

- New sectional township & county map of Washington. Compiled and drawn by W.H. Galvani-Civil Engeneer(sic), U.S. Surveys, railroads, and other corrections to April 1st, 1889 by Geo. Stowell and John Gill. Published by J.K. Gill & Co., 1889. G4280 1889 .J15x

- State of Washington. Department of the Interior General Land Office Hon. S. M. Stockslager, Commissioner. Compiled from the official Records of the General Land Office and other sources under the supervision of Geo. U. Mayo, Civil Engineer Ė Chief of Draughting Division G.L.O., 1889.

- Rand, McNally & Co.'s sectional map of Washington: the map includes the Coeur'd Alene Mining District in Idaho. Compiled from official data, and from field notes and general observations furnished by C.H. Amerine-C.E.; published and engraved by Rand, McNally & Co., 1890. G4280 1890 .R36x

- State of Washington. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. Thomas H. Carter-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the supervision of A.F. Dinsmore-Chief of Drafting Division. Compiled and drawn by Robt. H. Morton. Photo lith and print by Julius Bien, 1891. G4280 1891 .U5x

- State of Washington. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. Thomas H. Carter-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under supervision of A.F. Dinsmore-Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O. Photo lith & print by Julius Bien & Co.; compiled and drawn by Robt. H. Morton, 1891. (Two copies of map-paper photocopy from the National Archives, and plastic copy.) G4280 1891 .U5x

- Rand, McNally and Co.'s Washington. By Rand, McNally & Co., 1891. (From Rand, McNally and Co's Business Atlas, pgs.307-310.) G4280 1891 .R36x

- Rand, McNally and Co.'s Washington. By Rand, McNally and Co., 1891. (From Rand, McNally and Co's Business Atlas, pgs. 305-306.) G4280 .R363x

- Sketch of Wild Goose Island, Snake River, Wash. showing proposed dike. By Corps of Engineers, [1892?].

- Sketch of Diamond Crossing, Snake River, Wash. showing proposed dike. By Corps of Engineers, [1892?].

- Log Cabin Rapids, Snake River, Wash. showing proposed dike. By the Corps of Engineers, [1892?].

- Washington (seems to be a map from an atlas), pp. 280-281, 1892. (On verso, ``Index of Washington," p.279, and ``Index of Oregon," p.282.)

- Map of part of the Snake River from its mouth to the Grande Ronde: showing location of principal rapids, also part of the Clearwater River, Idaho. By U.S. Engineer Office, 1893.

- Rand, McNally & Companys Indexed Atlas of the World (Washington), pp. 454-455, 1894. (On verso, index to Washington map, p.453, and two tables on p.456.)

- Map of State of Washington. Compiled by Washington State Immigration Association, issued by the Secretary of State; Geo. H. Plummer-Del., 1896.

- Map of the State of Washington. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. Binger Hermann-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of Harry King-C.E., Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O. Revised and drawn by Daniel O'Hare and compiled by Robt. H. Morton, 1897.

- New map of the Puget Sound Country, fourth revised edition. By Chas. H. Baker & Co.-Compilers; Franklin Co.-Engravers, 1899. G4282.P8 1899 .C43x

- Map of the survey of the Snake River from Lewiston, Idaho to Riparia, Washington. Made under the direction of Captain Wm. W. Harts-Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army; by Mr. Frank Gilham, 1900. G4242.S6 1900 .U5x

- Map of the State of Washington. Issued by the State Bureau of Statistics, Agriculture, and Immigration, 1901. Copyright, 1895 by Rand, McNally & Co. (Two copies of this map.)

- Topographic Sheet. Washington Glacier Peak Quadrangle. U.S. Geological Survey Charles D. Walcott, Director. May 1901.

- Snoqualmie Pass, Wash. Washington Snoqualmie Pass Quadrangle. United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. 1901.

- Map of Washington showing classification of lands. By Geo. H. Plummer, F.G. Plummer, and J.H. Rankine, 1902. (Photocopy in six pieces, from the National Archives.)

- Property of the Sure Thing Gold Copper Mining and Smelting Co. By R.R. Watson-Surveyor, [ca. 1902]. (Map attached to pamphlet with the same title.)

- Topography. Washington Stehekin Quadrangle. U.S. Geological Survey Charles D. Walcott, Director. Nov. 1904.

- Post route of the state of Washington, showing post offices with the intermediate distance on mail routes in operation on the 1st of September 1905. Published by order of Postmaster General Geo. B. Cortelyou, under the direction of A. Von Haake-Topographer, P.O. Dept., 1905. (Oversized map)

- Washington - counties, creeks, islands, lakes, mountains, rivers, towns, etc. (index). By Rand, McNally and Co., 1905. (Copy on plastic.)

- State of Washington. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, William A. Richards-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of Frank Bond-Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O. Compiled and drawn by Daniel O'Hare; lettering by Wm. Bauman Jr., 1905. (Two copies of this map.) G4280 1905 .U5x

- Washington. By Rand, McNally & Co.; issued by Bureau of Statistics and Immigration. Copyright in 1905 and 1907. (Two copies - one a photographic negative image and one a paper copy. On verso of the paper copy, the index to the map.)

- Plat of Blackman Addition to the town of Starbuck, Washington. Compiled and drawn by E.S. Clark-C.E. and surveyor, 1907.

- Birdseye view map of Yakima Valley and Central Washington. Copyrighted by Legh R. Freeman, map by Edward Lange, 1907.

- Railroad Commissioners' map of Washington. By H.A. Fairchild, Jesse S. Jones, John C. Lawrence-Commissioners; Rand, McNally & Co.-Engravers, 1907.

- Snake River, map of Fish Hook Rapids. Surveyed in 1897 with additional reefs and rocks sketched in 1908. Traced from map no. Sk.R.602. By the U.S. Engineers Office, Corps of Engineers, Lt. Col. S.W. Rooessler in charge, R.W. Williams-Inspector, 1908.

- State of Washington. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Fred Dennett-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of I.P. Berthrong-Chief of Drafting Division. Compiled and drawn by Daniel O. Hare; lettering by Wm. Bauman Jr., 1909. (Photocopy from National Archives.) G4280 1909 .U5x

- State of Washington. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Fred Dennett-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the direction of I.P. Berthrong-Chief of Drafting Division G.L.O. Compiled and drawn by Daniel O'Hare; lettering by Wm. Bauman Jr., 1909. (Two copies of this map.) G4280 1909 .U5x

- Rand, McNally & Co.'s indexed county and township pocket map and shippers' guide of Washington. By Rand, McNally & Co., 1906. G4280 .R36x 1906

- Rand, McNally & Co.'s indexed county and township pocket map and shippers' guide of Washington. By Rand, McNally & Co., 1909. (Map attached to the booklet: Washington. By Rand, McNally & Co., copyright 1905 and 1909.) G4280 1909 .R36x

- Rand, McNally & Co.'s indexed county and township pocket map and shippers' guide of Washington. By Rand, McNally & Co., 1907. G4280 .R36x 1907

- Rand, McNally & Co.'s indexed county and township pocket map and shippers' guide of Washington. By Rand, McNally & Co., 1913. G4280 .R36x 1913

- Anderson Map Co's map of Washington. By Anderson Map Co., Inc., 1909. (Two copies of map-paper copy and photographic negative image.)

- Hammond's modern maps: Washington. By C.S. Hammond & Co.,1909.

- The Puget Sound Marine Station: an early Western Washington experiment for W.S.C., 1909

- Map: State of Washington, [1910?].

- Yakima Project Washington-Sunnyside and Wapato Units general map. By the Department of the Interior, United States Reclamation Service, map no.12600, 1910. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Railroad Commission map of Washington. By the Railroad Commission; H.A. Fairchild, John C. Lawrence, and Jesse S. Jones-Commissioners; Rand, McNally & Co.-Engravers, 1910. (Two maps: one on plastic, the other is an original on paper. On verso of the paper copy, " Counties and towns index . . .") G4281.P3 1910 .R3x

- Topography State of Washington. Washington (Grant County) Winchester Quadrangle. U.S. Geological Survey George Otis Smith, Director. Dec. 1910.

- Map of Washington. Compiled for the Pacific Coast Map Company by Charles T. Goodsell-C.E., et. al. with U.S. Geological Survey, Land Office records and official resources, 1911.

- Map of Clarkston, Vineland, and Clarkston Heights, showing a portion of Lewiston. Lewiston-Clarkston Imp. Co., Clarkston, Washington. February 20, 1911.

- Topography State of Washington. Washington (Grant County) Red Rock Quadrangle. U.S. Geological Survey George Otis Smith, Director. Jan. 1911.

- Map of Washington showing location of mining districts. Compiled by the U.S. Geological Survey, George Otis Smith-Director, Julius Bien Co.-Lith., 1912. G4281.H1 1912 .G4x

- Road map of Washington showing main travelled roads. Compiled by William J. Roberts-State Highway Commissioner, 1912. (Four copies of this map.)

- Topography. Washington Glacier Peak Quadrangle. U.S. Geological Survey George Otis Smith, Director. Oct. 1912.

- Map of Washington State highways. By William R. Roy-State Highway Commissioner, 1913. (Two copies of this map.)

- State of Washington. By U.S. Geological Survey, R.B. Marshall-Chief Geographer, A.F. Hassan-Cartographer, [1914?].

- State of Washington. By the United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, A.F. Hassan-Cartographer, 1914. (Reprinted, 1951.) (Colored county boundaries and water.)

- State of Washington. By the United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, A.F. Hassan-Cartographer, 1914. (Reprinted 1951.)

- State of Washington. By Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, R.B. Marshall-Chief Geographer, A.F. Hassan-Cartographer, 1914. (Reprinted, 1919.)

- Public Service Commission map of Washington. By the Public Service Commission; M.M. Godman, Arthur A. Lewis, and Frank R. Spinning-Commissioners; F.S. Burroughs

- Chief Engineer; Rand McNally & Co.-Engravers, 1914. (Index on verso.)

- Topography State of Washington. Washington Malaga Quadrangle. U.S. Geological Survey George Otis Smith, Director. July 1914.

- Olympic National Forest, Washington, Willamette Meridian. By the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Henry S. Graves-Forester; traced by E.J.H., 1915. (On verso, ``To the Public" information about the forest. Also, some handwritten information on both sides of the map.)

- Political map of Washington: showing counties by representative, senatorial also congressional districts. Drawn by John H. Coke, 1915.

- Post route map of the State of Washington showing post offices with the intermediate distances on mail routes in operation on the 1st of January 1915. Published by order of Postmaster General A.S. Burleson, 1915. (Original map on linen backing.) G4281.P8 1915 .U5x

- Topography. Washington Mt. Baker District. U.S. Geological Survey George Otis Smith, Director. 1915.

- Road map of the State of Washington. Published for the Inland Automobile Association, copyright by A.L. Meigs, 1916.

- Railroad map of Washington. By the Public Service Commission, E.F. Blane, Arthur A. Lewis, and Frank R. Spinning-Commissioners, 1917. (Oversized map)

- Rainier National Forest, Washington, Willamette Meridian. By the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Henry S. Graves-Forester. Compiled at District Office, Portland from U.S.G.S., G.L.O., Forest Service and other surveys, by J. Frankland. Traced by R.H. Robertson, 1918. (From the McWhorter Collection)

- Camp Lewis, American Lake, Washington: cantonment of an infantry division and auxiliary troops, 1918. G4284.F6 1918 .C36x

- Washington, 1919. (Shows the distribution of different types of agents in the State of Washington.)

- Snake River, Fish Hook Rapids. By the Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, surveyed in Oct. 1917 and Sept. 1919 by A.I. Eckelson-Jr. Engr.; drawn by A.I.E., 1919.

- Snake River: Five Mile Rapids. By the U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers. Surveyed by A.I. Eckelson Jr.-Engr.; drawn by A.I.E., 1919.

- Snake River: Pine Tree Rapids. By the U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers. Surveyed by A.I. Eckelson Jr.-Engr.; drawn by A.I.E., 1919.

- Map of State of Washington showing irrigation projects. Prepared by Washington State Reclamation Service, Elbert M. Chandler-Chief Engineer, 1920. (Two copies of this map.)

- State of Washington showing irrigation projects. Prepared by Department of Conservation and Development, D.A. Scott-Director, 1922.

- Territory Served by the Washington Water Power Company Spokane, Wash. The Washington Power Company. August, 1923.

- Mt. Rainier, Wash. Washington Mt. Rainier Quadrangle. United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. 1924.

- Program of State Highway Department State and Federal Aid System. [Washington State] To be completed b 1936. Approved by State Highway Committee April 1, 1924, Louis F. Hart, Governor, Chairman, C. L. Babcock, Treasurer, Member, C. W. Clausen, Auditor, Member, James Allen, State Highway Engineer. 1924.

- Automobile road Hoquiam, Quiniault. Compiled and copyrighted by the Automobile Club of Washington. Logged and drawn by A.P. Neyhart, 1925. (Corrected 1928.)

- Auto road map of Washington. Published by the W.S. Parks Co., [1925?].

- Washington Mt. Baker District. Not Published in Serial Set. Department of the Interior. U.S. Geological Survey. 1925.

- Transit traverse of Silver Lake. By State College of Washington, Department of Civil Engineering. Drawn by D. Hiereth, 1927.

- Channeled Scabland and Associated Features on the Columbia Plateau in Washington. The American Geographical Society of New York; A. Hoen & Co. Lith., Balt. Removed from The Geographical Review, vol. 18 no. 3, pg 476. 1928.

- Railroad map of Washington. Issued by the Department of Public Works of Washington, John C. Denney-Director, M.J. Grindhem-Del., 1928. (On verso, "Index to counties and towns.") G4281.P3 1928 .W3x

- Mount Adams, Wash. Washington Mount Adams Quadrangle. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey. 1929.

- Columbia National Forest, Washington, Williamette Meridian. By the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, F.A. Silcox-Chief, T.W. Norcross-Chief, Division of Engineering. Compiled at Regional Office, Portland from U.S.G.S., G.L.O., Forest Service and other surveys by V.H. Flach, 1930; traced by S.T. Simons, 1931; revised 1938. G4282.C615 1938 .U5x

- Highway map State of Washington. By Samuel J. Humes-Director of Highways, 1931. (Partially colored - looks like with crayons.)

- Mt. Baker Nation Forest Washington Willamette Meridian. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service R. Y. Stuart, Forester. 1931.

- Columbia Basin Project, Washington: general map. By the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation; drawn by C.A.M. - C.B.G.; traced by C.B.G., 1932. (Revised 1934.)

- Columbia National Forest, Washington, Willamette Meridian. By the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, R.Y. Stuart-Forester, 1932.

- Major land uses - Washington. Prepared by the Department of Farm Management and Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Experiment Station, State College of Washington in cooperation with Bureau of Agricultural Economics, United States Department of Agriculture, 1933.

- Highway Map State of Washington. L. (Lacey) V. Murrow. April 1st, 1933.

- Kalispel Indian Reservation, Washington. By the Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Honorable John Collier-Commissioner, 1935.

- State of Washington: preliminary geologic map. By Department of Conservation and Development, E.F. Banker-Director. Compiled from published and unpublished sources by the Division of Geology, Harold E. Culver

- Supervisor; edited by George W. Stose-U.S. Geological Survey, 1936.

- Post Route Map of the State of Washington Showing Post Offices with the Intermediate Distances on Mail Routes. Published by order of Postmaster General James A. Farley. August 15, 1938. (currently in 2 pieces)

- Columbia River Reservoir: existing and relocated highways and railroads. By the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Columbia Basin Project

- Washington; drawn and traced by J.W.E., 1940.

- Columbia Basin Project - Washington: generalized land classification. By the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. Drawn by H.E.S.; traced by C.R.R., 1941.

- Population trends: towns and cities of Washington State, April 1, 1940 to February 1, 1945. By the Washington State Census Board, under the direction of Calvin F. Schmid-Chairman, 1946.

- Map of the Columbia Basin Project, Washington State. Compiled from U.S.B.R. topographic maps of the Columbia Basin, et. al. Compiled by Fred M. Berry- Engineer and R.S. Opie, collaborator, [1947?].

- Population trends: towns and cities of Washington State, April 1, 1940 to April 1, 1947. By the Washington State Census Board, Charles C. Ralls-Chairman. Chart prepared under direction of Calvin F. Schmid, 1947.

- Columbia Basin Project, Washington. By the United States Department of the Interior, Fred A. Seaton-Secretary, Bureau of Reclamation, Wilbur H. Dexheimer-Commissioner, 1951. (Revised 1957.) (On verso, "Factual data on the Columbia Basin Project.")

- Population distribution, Washington: 1950. By the Washington State Census Board, George A. Lundberg-Chairman, under the direction of Calvin F. Schmid-Exec. Secretary, 1952. G4281 .E2 1950 .W3

- Census Divisions and minor civil divisions, Washington: 1950. Prepared by Office of Population Research, University of Washington, and Washington State Census Board; census divisions laid out under direction of Calvin F. Schmid, 1952. G4281 .E25 1950 .W3x

- Generalized Land Use Map Washington. U. S. Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service. September 1954.

- Shipwrecks of the Puget Sound area. Compiled by James A. Gibbs Jr., drafted and edited by R.T. Higlin-U.S.M.S., 1955. G4282.P8P57 1957 .G5x

- The entrance of Juan de Fuca Strait and the shipwreck along its shores. Compiled and drawn by James A. Gibbs Jr., 1956. G4282.J8 P57 1956 .G5x

- Population towns and cities, Washington: April 1, 1957. By the Washington State Census Board, George A. Lundberg-Chairman, the direction of Calvin F. Schmid-Exec. Secretary. Physical map prepared by John C. Sherman and Willis R. Heath, 1957. G4281.E2 1957 W3

- Population towns and cities, Washington: April 1, 1961. By the Washington State Census Board, George A. Lundberg-Chairman; chart delineated by and prepared under the direction of Calvin F. Schmid-Exec. Secretary, 1961. G4281.E2 1961 W37x

- Population distribution, Washington: 1961. Published by Washington State Census Board, George A. Lundberg-Chairman; chart delineated by and prepared under the direction of Calvin F. Schmid-Exec. Secretary, 1961. G4281.E2 1961 W37x

- Grand Coulee Dam Area. U.S.B.R. propert line index map. United States Bureau of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. 1964.

- Washington, 1853: the unfolding of the history of the State of Washington 1592-1853. Designed and published by James Le Roy, 1967.

- (Map of the State of Washington). Based on map published by U.S. Geological Survey, 1968.

- (Map of the State of Washington). Based on map published by U.S. Geological Survey, 1968.

- Naches Pass Washington and Vicinity. Mayo Maps, 1973.

- The Rand McNally new commercial atlas map of Washington. By Rand, McNally and Co., n.d. (Issued by the Bureau of Statistics and Immigration of the State of Washington.)

- (Altitude guide from Colville to Walla Walla),n.d.

- Washington overshadows the nation in natural and man-made wonders. By Byron MacPherson, n.d.

- Map showing principal mining districts and railway lines tributary to Spokane, Washington. Copyright and published by Northwest Mining News, n.d.

- Census figures to be used with the ``Engineers Official" map of Washington. Published by W. Elliott Judge, n.d. (Booklet)

- Distribution system secondary and arc Asotin, Wash. By the Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Co., Electrical Dept., n.d. (Blueprint)

- Guide to indexes, n.d. (Two different pieces of an original guide.)

- Map of Starbuck, Wash. showing water mains, hydrants, gates, etc., for the proposed water works, n.d.

- Map of the town of Starbuck . . . Columbia County, Washington. Compiled from existing records and corrected by Geo. B. Baker-Abstracter, Rudolf Kraft-Draftsman, n.d.

- [Grand Coulee Dam and Columbia Basin Project]. From the Office Snohomish County Superintendent of Schools, n.d.

- Mining districts of Northeastern Washington. Compiled by L.K. Armstrong-Mining Engineer; delineation by Chas. H. Goodsell-Min. Eng., n.d. (Two copies of this map.)

- Preliminary Geologic Map of Western Washington. By Charles E. Weaver. n.d.

- Washington. Overshadows the Nation in Natural and Man made Wonders. The Evergreen State. Byron MacPherson. n.d. [1940-1980?]

WASHINGTON TERRITORY 2.274

- H.B. Co.'s (Hudson Bay Company's) land claim at Colville, W.T., 1846. (Photocopy in two pieces from the National Archives.)

- (Red River settlement). By A. Rops, 1849. (Traced by Michael R. Crosier from photostats of the original.)

- Map of Washington Territory showing the Indian nations and tribes. Copied from the original preliminary sketch; compiled from the archives of the Northern Pacific Railroad expedition and survey under the direction of Gov. I.L. Stevens, by J. Lambert-Topographer; Indian names and boundaries by G. Gibbs, 1853-4. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map of a part of the territory of Washington to accompany report of Surveyor General. By the Surveyor Generals Office, James Tilton-Surveyor General, A. Hoen & Co.-Lith., 1855.

- Map of the survey of the Nisqually Indian Reservation, Washington Territory, Willamette Meridian, 1856.

- Map of a part of Washington Territory. Compiled by order of Lt. Col S. Casey, by Lt. G.H. Mendell-Top. Eng. and George Gibbs, Esq., 1856. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map of that part of Washington Territory lying west of the Cascade Mounts. to accompany the report of Surveyor General. By the Surveyor Generals Office, James Tilton-Surveyor General, 1857. (Mounted on thick cardboard.) G4280 1857 .T56

- Map of the survey of the Puyallup and Muckleshoot Indian Reservations, Washington Territory, also showing portions of private land claims. By order of Gov. I.I. Stevens, 1856. (Reproduction)

- Map of the Indian nations and tribes of the Territory of Washington and of the Territory of Nebraska . . . Made under the direction of Isaac I. Stevens-Gov. of Wash. Ter. and Sup't. of Ind. Affairs; drawn by William H. Carlton-Surveyor and Top. Eng., 1857. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Plan of the Battle of the Four Lakes, Sept. 1, 1858; and the Battle of the Spokane Plains, Sept. 5, 1858, fought by the U.S. Troops under Col. Geo. Wright, 9th Infy. with the Northern Indians . . . Prepared under the direction of Lieut. John Mullen, 2nd Arty., by the Kolecki Topl. draughtsman, 1858. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map of military reservation at Fort Taylor. Surveyed by order of Col. Geo. Wright, 9th Infy. by Lieut. John Mullan, U.S. Army, 1858.

- Cotton Wood Springs Route from Ft. Leavenworth to Salt Lake City, 1858. Copied from a map by Rev. P.J. DeSmet, missionary of 12 years among the Flathead and other Indians. (Photocopy in two pieces from the National Archives.)

- Route of Arch'd Campbell, Esq.--Boundary Commissioner, 1859. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map of public surveys in the Territory of Washington, 1862 (3 maps)

- Map of the Nez Perces and Salmon River Mines, Washington Territory, 1862. (Four maps-one original, one photocopy, and two copies on plastic.)

- Map of the Nez Perces and Salmon River Gold Mines in Washington Territory. Compiled from the most recent surveys by Daniel W. Lowell & Co. (San Francisco: printed by Whitton, Waters, & Co.), 1862. (Booklet to go along with map.)

- Map of a part of Washington Territory east of the Cascade Mtns. showing topography of the mines region, etc. to accompany the report of E. Giddings, 1862.

- Map of Public Surveys in the Territory of Washington for report of Surv. Genl., 1862. Surveyor General's Office, Anson G. Henry - Surveyor General, J. Bien-Lith., August 30, 1862.

- Map of public surveys in the Territory of Washington to accompany report of Surveyor General. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Surveyor General's Office, E. Giddings-Act. Survr. Genl., W.T., 1865. G4280 1865 .U56

- Sketch showing the proposed enlargement of the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation (in yellow colors), Washington Territory, 1868. (Photostat from the National Archives.)

- Map of public surveys in Washington Territory, to accompany report of Surveyor General. By Department of the Interior, General Land Office, 1868. (One map is paper photocopy from the National Archives, the other is on plastic.)

- Map of public surveys in Washington Territory to accompany report of Surveyor General. By Surveyor General's Office, 1870. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- [Map of Northern Pacific Railroad division route from Kalama to Clear Lake, Cowlitz County], 1873. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Territory of Washington. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, S.S. Burdett-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by C. Roeser-Principal Draughtsman G.L.O. Photo lith and print by Julius Bien, 1876. (Two copies of map-paper photocopy from the National Archives, and plastic copy.) G4280 1876 .U55

- Map of the amended general route of the branch of the Northern Pacific Railroad, 1876. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map of Pine Tree Rapids on the Snake River, W. T. showing the rocks removed under the direction of Major Geo. L. Gillespie-Corps of Engineers, Bt. Lt. Col. U.S.A. Survey and map made by Rich. M. Tabor-Assist. Engeer., 1878.

- Map of Fish Hook Rapids on the Snake River, Washington Territory showing the rocks removed under the direction of Major Geo. L. Gillespie-Corps of Engineers, Bt. Lt. Col. U.S.A.; by Rich. M. Tabor-Asst. Engeer., 1878.

- Map of South Eastern Washington Territory. Compiled from official surveys and published by Eastwick, Morris and Company; drawn by John Hanson, 1878.

- Map of Five-Mile Rapids on the Snake River, Washington Territory showing rocks removed under the direction of Major Geo. L. Gillespie-Corps of Engineers, Bt. Lt. Col. U.S.A.; by Rich. M. Tabor-Asst. Engr., 1878.

- Washington Territory. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, J.A. Williamson-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by C. Roeser-Principal Draughtsman. Photo lith and print by Julius Bien, 1879. (Three copies of map-original copy, paper photocopy from the National Archives, and plastic copy.)

- Survey of Monumental Rapid. By P.G. Eastwick, made under the direction of Col. G.L. Gillespie-Corps of Enginneers, 1879.

- Map of the general route of the branch line of the Northern Pacific Railroad as amended 1879. Drawn by J.F. Stark, 1879. (Photocopy in three pieces.)

- Northern Pacific Railroad Pend D'Oreille division plan of located line showing connections with the government surveys. To accompany the affidavit of H.M. McCartney-Engineer . . . , 1880. (Photocopy in four pieces.)

- Map of the Department of the Columbia. Projected and compiled at the Engineer Office, Department of the Columbia, by Lieut. Thomas W. Symons, Corps of Engineers; assisted by Alfred Downing and C.C. Manning-Topographical Assistants; drawn by Alfred Downing-Topographical Assistant, 1881. (Photocopy in two pieces.)

- Boundary between Washington Territory and the State of Oregon, Walla Walla-South East. From the records of the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Division of Mail and Files, 1881. (Photocopy from the National Archives - in pieces.)

- Washington. By Rand McNally and Co., 1881.

- Map of False Palouse Rapids on the Snake River, showing the rocks removed in December. By U.S. Engineer Office, R.M. Tabor-Asst. Engr., 1882.

- Washington. By Rand, McNally & Co., 1882.

- Map of Colville Region, Washington Territory. By Northern Transcontinental Survey, Ralph Pumpelly

- Director, and the Department of Topography, A.D. Wilson-Chief Topographer; topography by Louis Nell, 1882.

- Map of the Indian trail from Old Ft. Colville to the Skagit River, W.T. showing the route of party under 1st Lieut. H.H. Pierce, 21st Infantry, in August 1882. By A. Downing-Topographical Assistant, (1882).

- A map of the country between Old Fort Colville, W.T. and the Fraser River, B.C., showing the trail followed by the General of the Army during August 1883. Compiled and drawn under the direction of 1st Lieut. Geo. W. Goethals-Corps of Engineers, Chief Engineer Officer, Alfred Downing-Topographical Assistant, (1883). (Photocopy from the National Archives in two pieces.)

- Map of Washington Ter. Published by H.R. Page & Co., 1883. (Published as part of appendix to H.R. Page & Co's Illustrated G4280 1886 .H77 Atlas of Winnebago and Boone Counties, Illinois . . ., Chicago, 1881 (1886). On verso, "Guide to Washington Territory.")

- Washington Territory. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, N.C. McFarland-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by G.P. Strum-Principal Draughtsman. Photo lith and print by Julius Bien, 1883. (Photocopy from the National Archives.) G4280 1883 .U5

- Washington Territory. By Department of the Interior, General Land Office, N.C. McFarland-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by G.P. Strum-Principal Draughtsman; photo lith and print by Julius Bien, 1883. G4280 1883 .U5

- Map of reconnaissance showing route followed by scouting party under 1st Lieut. G.B. Backus, 1st Cavalry. Drawn by A. Downing-Topographical Assistant from notes taken and compiled by George W. Goethals-1st Lieut. Engineer, 1883. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map of portion of Cascade Division of the Northern Pacific Railroad constructed from a point near Ainsworth, Wash'n Ter. 25 miles westwardly to a point near Horse Shoe Bend of Yakima River. By the Northern Pacific Railroad Co., A. Anderson-Engineer in Chief, 1883. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map showing the located line of the Northern Pacific Railroad, from Yakima City to a junction near Ainsworth, Washington Territory. By the Northern Pacific Railroad Co., 1883. (Photocopy - in two pieces.)

- Retainer copy of diagram showing the several withdrawals of land for the main line and the branch of the Northern Pacific Railroad in Olympic Land District, Washington Territory, 1883. To replace diagram destroyed by fire, Sept. 12, 1883. (A photocopy from the National Archives in six pieces.)

- Map showing the trail from O-so-yoos Lake, Washington Territory, to Ft. Hope on the Frazier River, British Columbia. Compiled and drawn by A. Downing

- Topographical assistant, 1883.

- Map bulletin no. 1: Yakima Region, W.T. (two sheets) and Colville Region, W.T. By Northern Transcontinental Survey, Agricultural Department, E.W. Hilgard. Published by Julius Bien and Company, 1883.

- Map bulletin no. 1: Yakima Region, W.T. By Northern Transcontinental Survey, Forest Department, C.S. Sargent in charge; published by Julius Bien & Co., 1883.

- Map of shoal below Jim Ford's Island, Snake River, W.T. showing position of rock removed October 1884 under the direction of Captain C.F. Powell and Major W.A Jones, Corps of Engineers, [1884?]

- Map of rapid at Copley's Cut-Off, Snake River, W.T. showing the rocks removed during the year 1884 under the direction of Capt. C.F. Powell and Major W.A. James-Corps of Engineers, [1884?]

- Washington Territory (with Oregon on the verso). By Geo. F. Cram-Engraver and publisher, 1884. (Two copies of this map.)

- Map showing the completed section of Cascade Branch, Northern Pacific Railroad from 60th to 85th mile inclusive, west from Columbia River in Washington Territory. By Northern Pacific Railroad Co., A. Anderson-Engineer in Chief, 1884.

- Map showing two completed sections of Cascade Branch, Northern Pacific Railroad, one at its eastern terminus of two miles and 2622 feet connecting the main line with section of 25 miles completed in 1883; and the other of 35 miles extending from 25th to 60th mile wext from Columbia River in Washington Territory. By Northern Pacific Railroad Co., A. Anderson-Engineer in Chief, 1884.

- Washington Territory. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, N.C. McFarland-Commissioner, 1884.

- Map showing constructed section of the Northern Pacific Railroad from New Tacoma to South Prairie in Washington Territory. By Northern Pacific Railroad Co., A. Anderson-Engineer in Chief, 1884. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map showing definite location of the Northern Pacific Raliroad from New Tacoma to South Prairie in Washington Territory. By the Northern Pacific Railroad Co., A. Anderson-Engineer in Chief, 1884. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map showing definite location of the Northern Pacific Railroad from Yakima City fifty miles northwesterly in Washington Territory. By Northern Pacific Railroad Co., A. Anderson-Engineer in Chief, 1884. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map showing definite location of the Northern Pacific Railroad from 25th to 50th mile eastwardly from Tacoma, Washington Territory. By Northern Pacific Railroad Co., A. Anderson-Engineer in Chief, 1884. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Map of portion of definitely located line of the Cascade Branch of the Northern Pacific Railroad from Ellensburg, 125 miles west from Columbia River, to Eagle Gorge, 50 miles east from Tacoma, in Washington Terr'y. By Northern Pacific Railroad Co., A. Anderson-Engineer in Chief, 1884. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Bird's eye view of Spokane Falls, W.T. Published by J.J. Stoner, Beck & Pauli-Litho., 1884. G4284.S7 1884 .W4

- Headquarters Department of the Columbia, Office of Engineer Officer, Vancouver Barracks, W.T., compilation of new data in accordance with Par. #142 A.R. for month of Oct., 1885. (Photostat)

- Washinton Territory... by authority of the Territorial Legislature. Seattle: Loman & Hanford, 1886.

- Map of the Puyallup Indian Reservation and surrounding country showing location of county roads which pass through the reservation, (1886). (Photocopy from the National Archives in two pieces.)

- (Land claims near the Steilaguamish River, 1887?)

- (Part of) Map of the Department of the Columbia . . . 3rd ed., revised Dec. 1887. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Washington Territory. By Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. S.M. Stockslager-Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources under the supervision of Geo. U. Mayo-Civil Engineer, Chief of Drafting Division; photo lith and print by Julius Bein & Co.; drawn and compiled by Robert H. Morton, 1887.

- Washington Territory. By the Department of the Interior, General Land Office, Hon. S.M. Stockslager

- Commissioner. Compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources by Geo. U. Mayo-Civil Engineer, Chief of the Drafting Division. Photo lith and print by Julius Bien, 1887.

- Rapids between Huntington and Powder River, Upper Snake River. Traced from original map of survey of Dec. 1890 on file in U.S. Eng. Office at Portland, Oregon, (1890).

- Plat of railroad addition to the town of Farmington, Whitman County, Wash. Ter., 1906.

- N.P.R.R. (Northern Pacific Railroad), Ainsworth to Wallula: plan of located line showing connections with the government surveys. To accompany affidavit of H.M. McCartney-Engineer, n.d. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- (Part of) Tulalip Indian Reservation, Washington Territory, n.d. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Part of Washington Territory. From preliminary map of the Department of the Columbia, compiled by Lieut. T.W. Symons-Corps of Engineers, Chief Engineer, n.d. (Photocopy from the National Archives in two pieces.)

- Makah Indian Reservation, W.T. with Neah Bay and Cape Flattery, W.T. Under the direction of Henry A. Webster-Indian Agent, W.T., n.d. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- A sketch of the route from Missoula, M.T. to Spokane Bridge, Washington Terry., n.d. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- (Map no. 326a-326i of places on the Snake River), n.d.

- Map of Washington Territory west of the Cascade Mountains, (as of 1870) . . . Compiled and published by Ernst C. Bechley, n.d.

- (Military map of Washington and Oregon Territories, n.d.) (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Northern Pacific Railroad, Pacific Division, Nisqually Residency. By the Northern Pacific Railroad Co., n.d. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Sketch of a trail from Vancouver to the Cowlitz Farms, opened from the Kalama River, northward. By 2nd Lieut. H.M. Robert-Engineer, n.d. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

- Priest Rapids Range and Priest Rapids Frontage. Published by Shaw & Borden Company, n.d.

- Topographical sketch of Col. G. Wright's expedition in the Yakima country. By 1st Lieut. Lyman Bifsell-9th Infy. U.S.A., n.d. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

WESTERN WASHINGTON COUNTIES 3.1

- Map of the surveyed portion of Chehalis County, Washington Territory. Compiled and drawn from United States Surveys; published by C.H. Fenner-County Surveyor, 1890.

- Anderson's New Map of the County of King, State of Washington. Compiled from US Surveys, County Records, and Private Surveys by O.P. Anderson & Co., Engineers and Draughtsmen, Seattle. 1894.

- Western Washington: comprising Chehalis, Clallam, Clarke, Cowlitz Island . . . Counties. Published by the N. P. Co., (1899?).

- Kroll's atlas of King County. Compiled from government and county records, by Kroll Map Company, [1913?]

- Industrial map of the Puget Sound Country, State of Washington. Published by Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Ry., J.H. Ginet-Compiler, 1916.

- Map of Northwest Washington: Whatcom, San Juan, and Skagit Counties. By Kenyon Company, Inc., 1927.

- Map of Kitsap County. By State of Washington, Department of Highways; drawn by Lee, 1930.

- Stanwood, Washington (plat showing Stanwood public schools), (1934).

- Map of King County. By Thomas D. Hunt-County Engineer, Geo. H. Purris-Del., 1934.

- Lewis County, Washington. By Lewis County Engineers Office, Burnwell Bantz-Lewis County Engineer, Alvin J. Sullivan-Draftsman, 1935. (Three copies of the same map.)

- Wahkiakum County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Public Roads Administration, Federal Works Agency; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 1 sheet)

- Kitsap County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways and U.S. Department of Agriculture; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 3 sheets)

- Clallam County, Washington. Prepared by Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Public Roads Administration; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 2 of 3 sheets)

- Clark County, Washington. Prepared by Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Public Roads Administration; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 1 sheets)

- Cowlitz County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Public Roads Administration; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 2 sheets)

- Grays Harbor County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Public Roads Administration; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 3 sheets)

- Island County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways with the U.S. Department of Agriculture; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 1 sheet)

- Jefferson County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways in cooperation with the Bureau of Public Roads, Department of Commerce; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 3 sheets)

- Lewis County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Public Roads Administration; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 4 sheets)

- Mason County, Washington . Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Public Roads; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 2 sheets, and sheet 2 of 2 sheets.)

- Pacific County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Public Roads Administration, Federal Works Agency; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Sheet 1 of 2 sheets)

- San Juan County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Public Roads; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Sheet 1 of 1 sheet)

- Skagit County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Public Roads Administration, Federal Works Agency; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 3 sheets)

- Skamania County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Public Roads; data obtained from State-Wide Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 2 sheets)

- Snohomish County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Public Roads Administration; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 2 of 8 sheets.)

- Road map of Kitsap County, Washington. Compiled and published by L.N.B. Wey, 1939.

- Official road map of western half of Whatcom County, Washington. Compiled from records in County Engineer's Office, P.T. Willse-County Road Engineer, 1939.

- Map of Mason County Washington. Original map by Arthur L. Ward and Arne Meyer-County Engineers, 1918. Revised in 1937, 1940, 1941, 1945 by Arthur L. Ward

- Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor, 1945.

- Historical map of Kitsap County, Washington. By the Kitsap County Historical Association, 1951. G4283.K4S1 1951 .H5

- Kitsap County, Washington. Prepared by Department of Highways, State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads, 1953.

- Tracyton (uninc.), Kitsap County, Washington, (1970).

- Enetai (uninc.), Kitsap Co., Washington, (1970).

- Erlands Point (uninc.), Kitsap Co., Washington, (1970).

- Navy Yard City (unincorporated), Kitsap Co., Washington, (1970).

- Town of Poulsbo, Kitsap County, Washington, (1970).

- Rocky Point (uninc.), Kitsap Co., Washington, (1970).

- The town of Winslow, Kitsap County, Washington, (1970).

- Anderson Map Co.'s Map of Skagit Co. Washington. Anerson Map Co., n.d.

- Clallam County. Kroll Map Company, Inc. Seattle. n.d.

- Jefferson County. Kroll Map Company, Inc. Seattle. n.d.

- Krollís Map of Thurston Co. Washington. Kroll Map Co. n.d.

- Map of Thurston County, Washington. Compiled from records on file in the U.S. Surveyor General's office, the County Auditor's and County Surveyor's offices and personal reconnaissance; by Henry and Henry-Engineers and surveyors, n.d. (Blueprint)

- Metsker's map of Skagit County, Washington. Compiled by Chas. F. Metsker, n.d.

- Map of Skamania County, Wash., n.d.

- Metsker's map of Snohomish Co., Washington. By Metsker Maps, n.d.

- Metsker's map of Whatcom County. By Metsker Maps, n.d.

- Township 38 N., Range 4 E.W.M., Whatcom County. By Chas. F. Metsker-Civil Engineer, n.d.

- W.H. Pumphrey's map of Western Washington. Compiled from official records and personal reconnaissance, by Thompson and White-Civil Engineers, n.d.

- Map of Island County, Washington. Compiled and published by the Washington Map and Blue Print Company, n.d.

- Map of Mason County, Wash., n.d.

- Kroll's map of Pacific County, Washington. Published by Kroll Map Company, n.d.

EASTERN WASHINGTON COUNTIES 3.2

Adams County 3.21

- Standard atlas, Adams County, Washington. By George A. Ogle and Company, 1912. (Located in Atlas/Plat drawer.)

- Township 19 N., Range 38 E.W.M. Adams County, Washington. By Chas. F. Metsker, 1934.

- Adams County. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Public Roads Administration, Federal Works Agency; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 2 of 3 sheets.)

Asotin County 3.22

- Asotin Valley, Wash. from Snake River to Headgate of Lewiston Water and Power Co. Surveyed and mapped by Ernest McCullough-C.E., July 1900.

- W.J. Cleman's Addition to town of Asotin, Asotin County, Wash. By L.K. Brown, 1902. (Blueprint).

- Map of the W.J. Clemans Addition to the town of Asotin, Asotin County, Washington. Traced from blueprint. Sales corrected to Feb. 1st, 1912. (Blueprint)

- Map of the W.J. Clemans Addition to the town of Asotin, Asotin County, Washington. Traced from blueprint. Sales corrected to Feb. 1st, 1912. (Two copies of this map.)

- Riverview Addition to the town of Asotin, Wash. Surveyed May 1912 by P.P. Oekler. (Blueprint)

- Riverview Addition to the town of Asotin, Wash. Surveyed May 1912, by P.P. Oekler.

- Asotin County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Public Roads; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 1 sheet.)

- Map of Asotin County, Wash. Compiled by J.B. Bell and J. Swain, n.d. (Blueprint)

- (Asotin County, Wash.), n.d. (Blueprint)

- Map of the W.J. Clemans Addition to the town of Asotin, (Wash.), n.d. (Blueprint)

- Map of the W.J. Clemans Addition to the town of Asotin, Asotin County, Washington, n.d. (Blueprint)

- (Mt. Misery area, Asotin County, Wash.), n.d. (Blueprint)

- (Tract of land in Asotin). By Asotin County Abstract and Company, n.d. (Two copies of this map.)

- Asotin County, (Wash.) By S.R. Mallery, n.d.

- Asotin County: election precincts, n.d.

Benton County 3.23

- Benton County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Public Roads Administration, Federal Works Agency; data obtained from State-Wide Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 3 sheets.)

- Map of Benton County, State of Washington. (State Highways shown in red), 1938.

- Map of Benton County, State of Washington, 1938.

- Benton County, Washington, [ca. 1960?]

Chelan County 3.24

- Chelan County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Public Roads Administration, Federal Works Agency; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 2 of 6 sheets.)

Douglas County 3.26

- Douglas County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Public Roads Administration, Federal Works Agency; data obtained from State-Wide Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 2 of 4 sheets.)

Ferry County 3.27

- Ferry County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Public Roads; data obtained from State-Wide Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 3 sheets.)

Franklin County 3.28

- Franklin County, Washington. Prepared by Department of Highways, in cooperation with the Public Roads Administration, Federal Works Agency; data obtained from State-Wide Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 3 of 3 sheets.)

- Map of Franklin County State of Washington. March 1939.

- Map of Franklin County, State of Washington, March 1954.

- Franklin County, Washington, [ca. 1960].

Grant County 3.30

- Grant County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Public Roads; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 4 of 4 sheets)

Kittitas County 3.31

- Map of the Roslyn Coal Field, Kittitas County, Wash. Published by the Northwestern Improvement Co., 1921.

- Map of Ellensburg. Traced from original; tracing Jan., 1932 by F.L. Breckon-City Engineer, 1932. (Shows revisions.)

- Kittitas County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Public Roads; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 4 of 4 sheets)

- (Map of) Ginkgo State Park. By S.L. Glover, 1937. From data supplied by George F. Beck. (Mounted on paper containing information entitled ``Ginkgo Petrified Forest.")

Klickitat County 3.32

- Klickitat County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Public Roads; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 3 sheets)

Lincoln County 3.33

- Official map of Lincoln County, Washington. Compiled by W.H. Reed, 1908.

- Map of Lincoln County, Washington. Corrected by W.J. Higgins-Eng'r., [1933?]. (Notes made on map in red pencil. Two copies of this map.)

- Township 21 N., Range 39 E.W.M. Lincoln County, Washington. By Chas. F. Metsker, ca 1934 - 1941.

Okanogan County 3.34

- Colville Indian Reservation, 1872. (Blueprint)

- Colville Forest Reserve, Washington. Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1907.

- Omak, Jan. 1, 1907. (Same map drawn on verso.)

- Township no. 40 north, Range no. 30 east, Williamette Meridian. Copied from Land Office Plat by the Waterville Blue Print Co., corrected to: June 14, 1907. (Blueprint map of Chesaw and surrounding areas.)

- Diminished Colville Indian Reservation, Washington: to be opened to entry September 5, 1916 . . . By Department of Interior, Franklin K. Lane-Secretary, General Land Office, Clay Tallman

- Commissioner, 1916.

- Ross's Third Addition to Omak, Okanogan County, Washington, 1928. (Blueprint)

- Ross's Fourth Addition to the town of Omak, Okanogan County, Washington, 1929. (Blueprint)

- Okanogan County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, State-Wide Highway Planning Survey; in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads, 1954. (Sheet 1 of 7 sheets.)

- (Omak), n.d. (Two copies of the same map.)

- Omak, Jan. 1, 1907. (Same map drawn on verso.)

- Township no. 40 north, Range no. 30 east, Williamette Meridian. Copied from Land Office Plat by the Waterville Blue Print Co., corrected to: June 14, 1907. (Blueprint map of Chesaw and surrounding areas.)

- Diminished Colville Indian Reservation, Washington: to be opened to entry September 5, 1916 . . . By Department of Interior, Franklin K. Lane-Secretary, General Land Office, Clay Tallman -Commissioner, 1916.

- Ross's Third Addition to Omak, Okanogan County, Washington, 1928. (Blueprint)

- Ross's Fourth Addition to the town of Omak, Okanogan County, Washington, 1929. (Blueprint)

- Okanogan County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, State-Wide Highway Planning Survey; in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads, 1954. (Sheet 1 of 7 sheets.)

- (Omak), n.d. (Two copies of the same map.)

Pend Oreille County 3.35

- Map of Pend Oreille County, Washington. Compiled from official records, H.A. Sewell-C.E., 1915.

- Kroll's map of Pend Oreille Co., Washington. By Kroll Map Company, 1918.

- Pend Oreille County, Washington. Prepared by the Department of Highways, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Public Roads; data obtained from State-Wide Highway Planning Survey, 1936. (Revised 1937. Sheet 1 of 2 sheets)

Spokane County 3.36

- Map of the city of Cheney, Spokane County, Washington. By Rand McNally and Co.-Engravers, 1890.

- Map of Spokane County, State of Washington. Compiled by John Wetzel-County Surveyor, 1900. G4284.S7 1900 .W4

- Soil Map, Washington, Spokane County sheet. Compiled by U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Soils, Milton Whitney-Chief, Curtis F. Marbut-In charge of soil survey, 1917.

- Map of Spokane County, Washington. Compiled in the office of A.R. Scott-County Engineer, 1918.

- Spokane County election precincts. Compiled from official records in the office of H.S. Baker-County Engineer, 1921.

- Map of Spokane County, Washington. Compiled in the office of A.R. Scott-County Engineer, 1927.

- Spokane County School Districts. By Washington State Planning Council, Survey of Common Schools, (1938). (Sheet 3 of 4 sheets.)

- Township 25 N., Range 41 E.W.M. Spokane County Wash. By Chas. F. Metsker, ca 1934 - 1941.

- Township 21 N., Range 40 E.W.M. Spokane County Wash. By Chas. F. Metsker, ca 1934 - 1941.

- Township 21 N., Range 42 E.W.M. Spokane County Wash. By Chas. F. Metsker, 1941.

- Township 22 N., Range 42 E.W.M. Spokane County Wash. By Chas. F. Metsker, 1941.

- Township 23 N., Range 42 E.W.M. Spokane County. By Chas. F. Metsker, 1941.

- Map of Spokane County Washington. Compiled from Official Records in the office of County Engineer. 1945. (2 copies)

- Spokane Indian Reservation, Washington. By Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs; compiled by E.H. Coulson-Chief Engineering Division Draftsman, 1946.

- Spokane Valley. 1949.

- Panoramic perspective of the Spokane region including the geological and scenic wonderland embracing the Grand Coulee Dam. Compiled and published by Spokane Chamber of Commerce, n.d. G4282.C613 1948 .S6x

- Moran Prairie and vicinity, Spokane Co., Wash., n.d. (Blueprint)

- Township 23 N., Range 41 E.W.M., Spokane County Wash. By Chas. F. Metsker, n.d.

Stevens County 3.37

- Map of Stevens County, Washington. Compiled from official records, 1964.

- (Road from Reardon to Springdale), n.d.

- Aerial and structural geologic map of Stevens County, Washington. By Charles E. Weaver, n.d.

- Map of Chewelah, Wn. By CH & HS Green-Consulting engineers, n.d.

Walla Walla County 3.38

- Official map Walla Walla County, 1929.

- Soils of Washington and their related physiography: Walla Walla County Section. Prepared by S.H. Krashevski-Assistant Soil Scientist, Warren A. Starr-- Soil Scientist, E.A. Paine and H.E. Suyden-Draftsmen, 1957. (Page 1 of 6)

- Characteristics of soils in Walla Walla County, Washington, 1957. (Table) (Page 3 of 6)

- Land type (of Walla Walla County, Wash.), 1957. (Page 4 of 6)

- Land use and problem areas, Walla Walla, 1957. (Page 5 of 6)

- Cross sections of soils related to surface geology and land forms, Walla Walla County, Washington. Prepared by the Office of Conservation and Survey Institute of Agricultural Sciences, State College of Washington, 1957. (Graphs) (Page 6 of 6)

- District map: Walla Walla, Wn. district. By Corps of Engineers, n.d.

- Metsker's map of Walla Walla Co., Washington. Compiled by Chas. F. Metsker, n.d.

Whitman County 3.39

- Map of Whitman County, Washington. Compiled by W.J. Roberts-Civil Engineer and John F. Fuller-Draughtsman, published by I.L. Smith, 1895.

- Atlas of Whitman County, Washington. Compiled from U.S. Surveys and County Records by W.J. Roberts

- Civil Engineer, Jno. F. Fuller-Draughtsman. Published by J.L. Smith, 1895. (Located in Atlas/Plat drawer.)

- Map of Whitman County, State of Washington, 1896. (Blueprint)

- Whitman Co., Wash. Prepared for John Tobin-Auditor by Jno. F. Fuller-Draughtsman, 1896.

- Palouse. By J.D. Whiteis, 1898. (Blueprint)

- Palouse, Washington. By J.M. McCaw, 1907. (Blueprint)

- Voting Precincts of Whitman County. 1909. (Blueprint)

- Plat book of Whitman County. By the Anderson Map Company, 1910. (Three copies of 1910 edition. Located in Atlas/Plat drawer.) G1488.W6 A5 1910 and G1488.W6 A5 1910 c.2

- Lateral highway map of Whitman County, Washington. Compiled in the office of the Co. Highway Engr., W.M. Bloom-Engineer; drawn by C.V. Adams, 1929. (Blueprint)

- Township 19 N., Range 39 E.W.M. Whitman County, Washington. By Chas. F. Metsker, ca 1934 - 1941.

- Township 20 N., Range 40 E.W.M. Whitman County, Washington, By Chas. F. Metsker, ca 1934 - 1941.

- Highway map of Whitman County, Washington. By J.H. Redmond-County Highway Engineer; drawn by J.H. Redmond, 1941. (Revised 1942.)

- Economic Land Use Class Map, Whitman County, Washington. Prepared by Arthur W. Peterson and Jay P. Swanson, Division of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Experiment Station, the State College of Washington. 1949.

- Road map of Whitman County, Washington. By John W. Arrasmith-County Road Engineer, 1956.

- Kroll's map of Whitman Co., Washington. By Kroll Map Co., n.d.

- Metsker's map of Whitman Co., Washington. By Metsker Maps , n.d.

- Uniontown. Compiled from county records, n.d.

- Voting precincts of Whitman County, n.d. (Blueprint)

- [Whitman County, WA and Latah County, ID]. Project No. 6 Farm Operators. Department of Agriculture Soil Erosion Service, W.A. Rocke, Regional Director. n.d.

Yakima County 3.40

- Yakima, Sunnyside Project, Wash.: Prosser Irrigation District, general map. By the Department of Interior, United States Reclamation Service, [ca. 1911]. (Blueprint)

- Yakima Project - Washington: Sunnyside Unit. By the Department of the Interior, U.S. Reclamation Service, F.H. Newell-Director and A.P. Davis-Chief Engr., 1911. (Blueprint)

- Yakima County. Compiled by County Engineers Office, W.C. Marion-Engr., 1921.

- Yakima County. Compiled by County Engineers Office, W.C. Marion-Engr., 1921.

- Yakima County, Washington: postal services, past and present, 1860-1874. Compiled and copyrighted by George M. Martin, 1974.

CITIES IN WASHINGTON

Bellingham 4.1

- Thomas Bros. map of Bellingham, Washington. Compiled and published by Thomas Bros., n.d.

Cheny 4.15

- Fire insurance map of Cheney, Wash. By the Sandborn map company, 1916 (In bookform stored in atlas drawers)

Colville 4.2

- Map of city of Colville, Stevens County, Washington. Compiled from official records, n.d.

Longview 4.4

- Proposed general plan of Longview and vicinity . . . Cowlitz Valley, Cowlitz County, Washington. By Long-Bell Lumber Company; drawn by J.W. Owen, 1925.

Olympia 4.5

- The Capital Group in Olympia, Washington. By the Washington Department of Highways, 1965.

Pasco 4.6

- Map of the city of Pasco, Washington. Drafted by Myron Redelmiller, 1951.

- Pasco, n.d.

- Focal point of the Pacific Northwest: Pasco, n.d.

- Map of the Tri-Cities: Kennewick, Pasco and Richland, Washington. Compiled, designed, drawn and published by the Inland Map Publishers, n.d.

- Pasco, Wn.: Franklin County, City of Pasco. Local C.W.A. proposed project . . . n.d.

Port Angeles 4.62

- Town of Port Angeles, Washington, with additions. Compiled by Lewis Levy-Real Estate Broker, 1890.

Pullman 4.64

- Plat of Pullman, Washington, 1881. Platted by Dan McKenzie, [1881?].

- Pullman, Whitman County, Washington Territory. By B.A. Nymeyer-Surveyor; tracing from original plat by C.H. Goodsell, 1892. (Blueprint)

- Map of Pullman, Whitman Co., Wash., 1892. (Blueprint)

- Contour map of a part of Pullman. Surveyed by sophomore students, W.A.C., April 1900. (GLASS PLATE) G4284.P8 1900 .C66x

- Contour map of a part of Pullman. Surveyed by sophomore students, W.A.C., April 1900. (Photographs - 2 copies.)

- Map of Pullman, Whitman Co., Wash. Compiled from official records and original surveys, by D.P. Woods, 1902. (Blueprint)

- The State College of Washington, Pullman, Washington, maps, 1920-1949, n.d.

- Pullman, Washington, 1922. (Blueprint)

- The State College of Washington and vicinity, Pullman, Washington. Surveyed by Department of Military Engineering, W.S.C., [ca. 1923]. (Blueprint)

- Contour map of Pullman and vicinity. Data by classes in CE2, State College of Washington, Department of Civil Engineering. Compiled by F.W. Welch-Asst. Prof., 1930. (Two copies of this map.) G4284.P8 1930 .S73

- City monument map, Pullman, Wn., Methodist Hill. By F.W. Welch-City Engineer, 1932.

- Zoning ordinance map, Pullman Washington, March 1940, B. O. Nelson, engineer.

- The State College of Washington, Pullman, Washington, maps, 1950-1959; and Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, maps, 1960-1980.

- (Pullman and Staley and surrounding areas), n.d.

Riviera 4.65

- The Riviera, Columbia Co., Washington. In sections 19.29 and 30, T. 13N., R.39E. W.M. By H. A. Betaque - engineer, January 1910. (Blueprint)

Seattle 4.72

- Map showing Lake Union Waterfront district. By the Municipal Plans Commission of the City of Seattle, Virgil G. Bogue-Engineer, 1911.

- A wonderful showing for the city of Seattle and the State of Washington. Published by Pantorium Dye Works Inc., 1912.

- Seattle Area Bonneville Power Administration 1966 Transmission Program. By the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bonneville Power Administration, 1965.

- (Youngstown-Seattle), n.d.

- Precinct map of Seattle. Published by Kroll Map Company, Inc., n.d.

- Guide map of Seattle. Published by Kroll Map Co., n.d.

- Seattle Harbor Waterfront facilities, n.d.

- Port of Seattle Map of Shilshole Bay Moorage Development, n.d.

- Seattle (on verso Principle Suburban Districts, Seattle, Washington). By Kroll Map Company, Inc., n.d.

Spokane 4.76

- Guide map of Spokane Falls, Wash. Published by Dennee, Fowler & Co. Compiled by Jas. S. Masterman, Ca 1888.

- R.L. Polk and Co's map of Spokane. From official records, original plats and actual surveys by E.P. Harrison-Civil Engineer, 1893.

- Offical map of the city of Spokane Fall... From Geoge F. Cram's Standard American Railway System Atlas.Chicago, 1895.

- Polk's new guide map of the city of Spokane, Washington. Drawn from official records in the City Engineer's Office and private surveys by Arthur M. Bouillon, 1902.

- Official Map. City of Spokane Washington, 1905. Compiled under the direction of Chas. and H.L. McIntyre, Engineers. Approved, Allen F. Gill, City Engineer. 1904.

- R.L. Polk and Co's map of the city of Spokane, Washington. Compiled from official records and private surveys by Frank H. Feller-Civil Engineer, 1907.

- The city of Spokane, Washington. Compiled from official records by Hayes and Simpson-Civil Engineers, Inland Empire Map Co.-Draftsmen. Revised by C.F. Yardley-Civil Engineer, 1909.

- Spokane, Washington. Compiled from official records in the Office of City Engineer by Thomas E. Irish, A.D. Butler-City Engineer, C.E. Davis-Principal Ass't, 1939.

- Preliminary zoning map, Spokane, Washington. By Zoning Studies, Spokane City Plan Commission, 1956.

- General route map of Spokane, Washington. Compiled and published by the Inland Automobile Association, n.d.

Tacoma 4.8

- Whitney's map of the city of Tacoma and Environs, Washington. Compiled by Frederick G. Plummer-Civil Engineer, 1890. G4284.T2G46 1890 .P5

Vancouver 4.85

- Vancouver, Washington. By Virgil R. Bornemeier, 1950.

Wawawai 4.9

- Wawawai. By Whitman Co. Plat, 1877.

Yakima 4.95

- Map of the city of North Yakima, Yakima County, Washington and its various additions. Compiled and published by the Spike and Arnold Map Pub. Co., 1889.

- The city of North Yakima, Washington. Compiled by J.O. Greenway-Civil Engineer, and published by Yakima Herald Publishing Co., 1908.

- Commercial and Guide Map of Yakima Washington. Published By W.W. Nettleship. 1945.

- Yakima. Drawn by J.B.H., 1958.

OTHER U.S. STATES 5.0

- New map of the Chicago and North-western R'y: the trans-continental route . . . Reproduced from Rand McNally and Co.'s Pioneer Atlas of the American West, originally published in 1956.

- Colton's Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Published by G.W. and C.B. Colton and Co., n.d.

Colorado

- Geologic map of the Rico Mountains, Colorado. By the U.S. Geological Survey, E.M. Douglas-Geographer in charge, 1898.

- Historical map of Standing Rock Indian Reservation, North and South Dakota. Prepared by direction of L. Clippert-Superintendent, supervised by H.C. Cornell-Road Eng'r. Drawn by Emery W. Kensler, 1938. (Historical data by FR. Bernard, O.S.B., et.al., 1936.) (Originally in Cage 1790-Doolittle, Harold J.)

Kansas

- Colton's township map of Kansas. Drawn, engraved and published by G.W. and C.B. Colton and Co., 1866.

Michigan

- Lake Superior (partly in Canada) By David Thompson-Astronomer and surveyor under 6th and 7th Articles of the Treaty of Ghent, n.d.

New Mexico

- Map of New Mexico with the latest discoveries. Reproduced by the Meriden Gravure Company, 1970. (A facsimile of the original in the Western Americana Collection of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.)

North Central U.S.

- Map of the wagon-road from Platte River via Omaha Reserve and Dakota City to Running Water River. By the Department of the Interior, Pacific Wagon Roads, Geo. L. Sites-Supt., 1858.

Ohio

- Colton's railroad and township map of the State of Ohio. Published by G.W. and C.B. Colton, 1866.

Oklahoma

- Geological map of part of the Eastern Choctaw Coal Field, (Oklahoma). By Joseph A. Taff and George I. Adams, 1900.

Pennsylvania

- Pennsylvania. Published by J.H. Colton, 1854.

Southern U.S. States

- Map of the Southern States, including railroads, county towns . . . Prepared for Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War, 1863.

Southwestern U.S. States

- The Southwestern United States. Executed in the cartographic section of the National Geographic Magazine, Gilbert Grosvenor-Editor, 1940.

- Map no. 1 of the El Paso and Fort Yuma Wagon Road. By the Dept. of the Interior, Pacific Wagon Roads, J.B. Leach-Superintendent. Made under the direction of N.H. Hutton-Chief Engr.; assisted by G.C. Wharton-Prin. Asst. Engr.; W.D. Cress and P.G. Hume-Assts., 1857-8.

- Map no. 2 of the El Paso and Fort Yuma Wagon Road. By the Dept. of the Interior, Pacifc Wagon Roads. Made under the direction of N.H. Hutton

- Chief Engr.; assisted by G.C. Wharton-Prin. Asst. Engr.; W.D. Cress and P.G. Hume-Assts., 1857-8.

Utah

- Map showing the different routes travelled over by the detachments of the overland command in the Spring of 1855 from Salt Lake City, Utah to the Bay of San Francisco, (1855).

- Post route map of the State of Utah showing post offices . . . Published by order of Postmaster General A.S. Burleson, 1915.

West Virginia

- Map of West Virginia, 1893. From Rand, McNally & Co.'s Business Atlas of West Virginia, n.d.

- Part of central Wyoming. By the U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories. Hayden - U.S. Geologist in charge, F.M. Gadlish - Geological Assistant, George B. Chittenden C.E. Topographical Assistant, Surveyed in 1877. (From Maps and Panorams. 12th annual...)

- Ohio River Dam no. 18, Lock Gates sheet no.? details of main girder - inner end. (Wheeling, W. Vir.) save By Captain F.C. Boggs-Corps of Engineers, U.S.A.; drawn by J.A. McDonough; traced by H.A. Meder, 1908. (Blueprint)

Western U.S. States

- Map of Mexico and California. Compiled from latest authorities by Juls. Hutawa, 2nd edition, 1863.

- Map showing the positions of military posts west of the Mississippi, to accompany the report of the class of 1873, U.S.M.A. From the progress map of Lt. Geo. M. Wheeler, (1873). (One paper copy, one microfilm copy.)

- Rand, McNally and Co.'s standard map of California and Nevada. By Rand, McNally and Co., 1888.

- Richfield highway maps: Western States. Produced for Richfield Oil Corporation. Copyright 1938 by the H.M. Gousha Company, 1938.

- Wyoming and North-Western Ry. By the North-Western Railway, n.d. (Cotton Wood Springs route from Fort Leavenworth to Salt Lake City.) Copied from a map of Rev. P.J. DeSmet, n.d. (Photocopy from the National Archives.)

EUROPE AND THE AMERICAS 5.4

- (Maps from Itinerarium Portugallensium), Milan, 1508. (Four photocopies-each of a different map.)

- Americae Nove Defcriptio. Abraham Goos-Sculpit, 1614.

- Americae Septentrionalis pars. from the West-Indifche Paskaert, 1621. Engraved by George Hayward, 1858. ``From the original on vellum in the collection of E.B. O'Callaghan."

- Mexicque ou Nouvelle Espagne Nouvelle Gallice Iucatan & c. et Autres Provinces Jutques a l'Isthma de Panama ou Fout Les Audiences de Mexico de Guadalahara et de Guatimala. Par N. Sanson d'Abbeville, 1656. (Photocopy)

- Audience de Mexico. Par N. Sanson d'Abbeville, [ca. 1662].

- Audience de Guadalajara, Nouveau Mexique, California, & c. Par N. Sanson d'Abbeville, [ca. 1662].

- Mare del Svd., detto altrimenti Mare Pacifico. Auttore Il.P.M. Coronelli, M.C . . . , 1691.

- Essex N.E. from London. Published by Proprietors T. Badeslade and W.H. Toms, 1741.

- Nouvelle Carte des Decouvertes faites par des Vaisseux Russiens aux cotes inconnues de l'Amerique. Septentrionale avec les Pais Adiacents. Dresfee sur des memoires authentiques de ceux qui ont asfiste a ces decouvertes, et sur d'autres connoifsances dont on rend raison dans un memoire fepare. A St. Petersbourg a l'Academie Impereale des Sciences, 1758.

- A map of North America. By J. Palairet with considerable alterations and improvements from D'Ainville, Mitchell and Bellin. By L. Delarochette, (ca. 1770).

- Nouvelle Carte des Decouvertes faites par des Vaisseux Russiens aux cotes inconnues de l'Amerique. Septentrionale avex les Pais Adiacents. Dresfee sur des memoires authentiques de ceux qui ont asfiste a ces decouvertes, et sur d'autres connoifsances font on rend raison dans un memoire fepare. A St. Petersbourg a l'Academie Impereale des Sciences, 1773.

- A map exhibiting all the new difcoveries in the interior parts of North America . . . By A. Arrowsmith, 1793. Additions done in 1811, 1818, 1819, 1820, 1824. (Photocopy in two pieces from the Public Archives of Canada.)

- Chart of the N.W. coast of America and the N.E. coast of Asia explored in the years 1778 and 1779. Prepared by Lieut. Henry Roberts under the immediate inspection of Captain Cook. Published by Wm. Faden-Geographer, 1784. Second edition published in 1794.

- Western Coast of North America with Behring's Straits. Published by William Faden, 1798.

- L'Europe par Robert de Vaugondy Revue et Corrigee Suivant les Nouvelles Divisions par Delamache son sucesscur, 1804.

- A map of Lewis and Clark's track acrofs the Weftern portion of North America, from the Mifsifsippi to the Pacific Ocean by order of the executive of the United States in 1804, 5, & 6. Copied by Samuel Lewis from the original drawing of Wm. Clark. Published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1814. (Reproduced from Archives of Oregon Historical Society.)

- (North and South America). From the American Atlas, published by H.S. Tanner, 1819.

- North America. Published by Fisher, Son and Co., 1832. (Photocopy)

- Mexico & Guatemala. Published by H.S. Tanner; engraved by J. Knight, 1834 (From Tanner's Universial Atlas, p. 30)

- North America. Published by H.S. Tanner, 1836. (From Tanner's Universal Atlas.)

- Essex. Published by Archd. Fullarton and Co., engraved by Gray and Son, (1843). (Two copies of map-original paper copy, and a photocopy.)

- London. Drawn and engraved from authentic documents and personal observations by B.R. Davis under the direction of the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Published by Chapman and Hall, 1843.

- Map Showing the Distribution of Prosopis Juliflora, Quercus Alba and Q. Densiflora in North America Exclusive of Mexico. Prepared under the direction of C. S. Sargent, Special Agent. 1880.

- Map Showing the Distribution of the Genera Carya and Umbellularia [The Hickories and California Laurel.] in North America Exclusive of Mexico. Prepared under the direction of C. S. Sargent, Special Agent. 1880.

- Map Showing the Distribution of Liriodendron Tulipifera and Pinus Lambertiana in North America Exclusive of Mexico. Prepared under the direction of C. S. Sargent, Special Agent. 1880.

- Map Showing the Distribution of the Genera Castanea & Castanopsis [The Chestnuts & Chinquapins] in North America Exclusive of Mexico. Prepared under the direction of C. S. Sargent, Special Agent. 1880.

- Map Showing the Distribution of the Genus Juglans [The Walnuts] in North America Exclusive of Mexico. Prepared under the direction of C. S. Sargent, Special Agent. 1880.

- Map Showing the Distribution of the Genus Fraxinus [The Ashes] in North America Exclusive of Mexico. Prepared under the direction of C. S. Sargent, Special Agent. 1880.

- Map Showing the Distribution of the Genera Thuya, Taxodium and Sequoia in North America Exclusive of Mexico. Prepared under the direction of C. S. Sargent, Special Agent. 1880.

- Map Showing the Distribution of the Genera Abies & Picea [The Firs & Spruces] in North America Exclusive of Mexico. Prepared under the direction of C. S. Sargent, Special Agent. 1880.

- Map Showing the Distribution of the Genus Pinus [The Pines] in North America Exclusive of Mexico. Prepared under the direction of C. S. Sargent, Special Agent. 1880.

- Map Showing the Distribution of the Forest, Prairie & Treeless Regions of North America Exclusive of Mexico. Prepared under the direction of C. S. Sargent, Special Agent. 1880.

- Map Showing the Distribution of Pinus Strobus, P. Palustris and Pseudotsuga Douglash in North America Exclusive of Mexico. Prepared under the direction of C. S. Sargent, Special Agent. 1880.

- Map Showing the Distribution of Fraxinus Americana & Pinus Ponderosa in North America Exclusive of Mexico. Prepared under the direction of C. S. Sargent, Special Agent. 1880.

- Map Showing the Distribution of the Genera Chamaecyparis & Cupressus in North America Exclusive of Mexico. Prepared under the direction of C. S. Sargent, Special Agent. 1880.

- Map Showing the Distribution of the Genus Quercus [The Oaks] in North America Exclusive of Mexico. Prepared under the direction of C. S. Sargent, Special Agent. 1880.

- Magellan Strait, western part from Sandy Point to Cape Pillar. Compiled from most recent surveys, 1882. (Corrections 1893, 1897, 1904, 1907.) (Photocopy in four pieces from the National Archives.)

- Map of Mexico. Prepared especially for the National Geographic Magazine, Gilbert H. Grosvenor -Editor, 1916.

- A new map of the counties of Leicester and Rutland. Drawn from the latest authorities. A new map of Essex. Drawn from the latest authorities. A new map of Kent. Drawn by the latest authorities. (All three maps on the same page, published by Alex E. Hogg, n.d.)

- (Germans from Russia map collection), 1932-1972, n.d.

- Johnston's clan map of the Scottish Highlands showing clan tartans, chiefs arms . . . Printed by W. & A.K. Johnston and G.W. Bacon, Ltd., n.d.

- South extreme of America . . ., n.d. (Photocopy from the National Archives. Not complete, only one section.)

ASIA 5.45

- Peking, Ancient and Modern. Hand-drawn. n.d.

- East China and Adjacent Regions. Traced in the Office of the Engineer 7th C.A., Nov. 17th, 1931.

- Shanghai and Vicinity. Office of the Engineer 7th Corps Area, Feb-1932.

- Railways of Manchuria and Korea. Traced in the Office of the Engineer, HQ 7th C.A., November 17th, 1931.

THE WORLD 5.5

- Mercator's map of the World, 1538. (Reproduction of the original.)

- Americae sive novi orbis, nova descriptio. (Reproduction of map from Theatrum Orbis Terratum, by Abraham Ortelius, 1570. Two copies of the same map.)

- Americae sive novi orbis, nova descriptio. From an orginial in the map collection of Roy Wenzlick & Co. [New World. As drawn in 1587 by Abraham Ortelius of Antwerp.]

- Nova totius terrarum orbis geographic ac hydrographic tabula, (1650?). [New total map of the world with hydrographic tables.] (From the Burgess Collection.)

- The Known Globe - 1667. By Pieter Goos, 1667. (Reproduced by American Hertiage from an original copy in its own collection.)

- Planisphere terrestre, suivant les nouvelles observations des astronomes. Dresfeet presente au roy tres Chretien par Mr. Cassini le Fils, de l'Academie Royal des Sciences, 1679. [One World. Polar projection used as the symbol of the United Nations.] (From an original in the map collection of Roy Wenzlick.)

- Western Hemisphere. By Sidney Hall and published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, 1829.

- A new map of the world on the globular projection. By H.S. Tanner, engraved by E.B. Dawson, 1833. (From Tanner's Universal Atlas.)

- Atlas designed to illustrate the geography of the heavens. New edition by Elijah H. Burritt, A.M., 1835. (Located in Plat/Atlas drawer.) QB65 .B87 1835

- New Universal Atlas Containing Maps of the Various Empires, Kingdoms, States and Republics of the World. By H.S. Tanner, 1836

- Hand-Atlas uber alle theile der erde nach dem neusten Zustande und uber das weltgebaude. Herausgegeben von Adolf Stieler, 1859. (Located in Plat/Atlas drawer.)

- United States grants to foreign governments, July 1, 1945 to June 30, 1959. Figures prepared by Office of Business Economics of the United States Department of Commerce, n.d.

- The World According the the Idea of Herodotus as far as can be collected from his History. Copies from Major Rennell by Permission. Published by H.S. Tanner, N.d. (From Atlas Classica, p. 43.)