"[Lot of 3 - Neenah or Fox Rivers, Wisconsin]", U.S. Government
Period: 1839 (circa)
Publication: HR Doc 102, 25th Cong.
Color: Black & White
These three maps all relate to the early planning of a waterway suitable for safe navigation from Green Bay (Ft. Howard and Astor) to the Mississippi River. The set includes: 1) Map of the Neenah or Fox River and the proposed Canals from Fond du Lac to Rock River and the Wiskonsin (26.2x 21"); 2) Map of the Neenah or Fox River, With the proposed improvements for the navigation (14.5 x 12.5"); 3) Two maps on one sheet - Map of the Route for a Canal to avoid the principal rapids of the Neenah or Fox River between Lake Winnebago & Green Bay and Map of the Wiskonsin & Neenah or Fox Rivers, by Capt. Cram 1839 (overall 17.4 x 22.5"). Great set of map of the region. Locates Scalp Village, Kentucky City, Fond-du-lac, portage roads, beaver dams, rapids and chutes along rivers, Astor (Green Bay), Dekorree, Madison, Arena, and much more.
Issued folding, all now pressed and backed with archival tissue. All with light offsetting.