"[Lot of 3] States of Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas [and] Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas [and] County Map of the States of Iowa and Missouri",
Subject: Central United States
Period: 1857-61 (circa)
Color: Hand Color
A. States of Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas, by Rogers & Johnston, from Atlas of United States &c., dated 1857 (16.1 x 12.9"). Attractive map from this scarce atlas with nice detail including railways and names of Indian tribes. Engraved by W. & A.K. Johnston. Condition: Original outline color with a small burn hole in Illinois and some small spots. (B+)
B. Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas, by Samuel Augustus Mitchell, from Mitchell's New General Atlas, dated 1860 (13.3 x 10.6"). This interesting map of states in the Midwest is divided into counties and shows towns and cities, rivers, and proposed railways. Nebraska and Kansas are only partially shown, and a part Dacotah appears in the top left corner. The map is surrounded by a floral border. Condition: Original color with a very faint spot in the border at left. (A)
C. County Map of the States of Iowa and Missouri, by Samuel Augustus Mitchell, from Mitchell's New General Atlas, dated 1861 (11.6 x 14.1"). This political map includes some geographical detail and railroads, both proposed and operating. Features a floral border. Condition: Original color with light scattered foxing and chips along the sheet's edges, well away from image. (B+)
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