"Map of the Wiskonsin & Neenah (or Fox) Rivers, Accompanying the Report of Thos. Jefferson Cram, Capt. T. E., under the Survey of Those Rivers with a View to the Improvement of Their Navigation", U.S. Government
Period: 1839 (dated)
Publication: Doc. 318, 26th Cong. 1st Session
Color: Black & White
17.2 x 11.4 inches
43.7 x 29 cm
This map is from a series of maps that explored the planning of a safe waterway from Green Bay to the Mississippi River. This map shows the lakes and waterways along the way, including those around Madison and the City of the Four Lakes. The lakes are here merely called 1st Lake, 2nd Lake, and so on. Locates Fort Howard, the Head Waters of several rivers and creeks including the Milwaukee and Platte rivers, and much more.
Folded map with closely trimmed binding side as issued, missing a bit of the neatline on that side. Scotch Conservation and Preservation Tape #888 closing a tear on the verso. Otherwise near fine with clean, strong paper.