"Map of the State of Utah Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and Other Sources...", General Land Office
Period: 1902 (dated)
Publication: Sen. Doc. 194, 59th Cong., 2nd Sess.
Color: Printed Color
13 x 16.8 inches
33 x 42.7 cm
This detailed map was compiled under the direction of Harry King, Chief of the Drafting Division, G.L.O. and shows county boundaries, Indian reservations, military reservations, forests, and townships. Only about half of the state had been surveyed at this time. The Southern Pacific Railroad route is shown through Promontory, Utah. A few years after this map was made, a cutoff across Salt Lake was completed and the line through Promontory was abandoned. Signed in the plate "M.R. Campbell, Geologist in charge, Economic Geology of Fuels," and revised by J. Ulke to December 19, 1906.
Issued folding with faint toning along one fold and a light damp stain confined to the bottom blank margin.