"Railroad and County Map of Utah", Cram, George F. & Company
Period: 1885 (published)
Publication: Grant's Standard Indexed Atlas
Color: Printed Color
15.5 x 22 inches
39.4 x 55.9 cm
This uncommon map of Utah originated by George Cram was published by A.A. Grant, with his imprint replacing that of Cram. One of the most informative late 19th century maps of the state, it shows counties, cities and towns, post offices, rivers, mountains, roads, completed surveys, and railroads, both completed and proposed. The railroad names and some Indian Reservations are overprinted in red and the county boundaries are shown in yellow.