"Map of Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado, Showing also the Southern Portion of Dacotah", Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Subject: United States - Central
Period: 1864 (published)
Publication: General Atlas
Color: Hand Color
14 x 11.5 inches
35.6 x 29.2 cm
A great map of the region shortly after Nebraska lost its long panhandle. It details Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado and the southern portion of Dakota. Present-day Wyoming is noted as 'Attached to Dacotah.' Counties, cities, towns, transportation routes, reservations, and topographical features are illustrated. Denver is Denver City. Shows exploration and surveyed railroad routes. Filled with much information on topography, naming all important landmarks, like Pilot Butte, The Needles, Raw Hide Peak, etc. Grapevine style border.
Good coloring and impression, full margins.