"Map of the Province of Tusayan, Arizona surveyed by A.L. Webster, 1881 [together with] Map showing the location of the Pueblos of Arizona and New Mexico", U.S. Bureau of Ethnology
Subject: Arizona and New Mexico
Period: 1881 (dated)
Publication: 2nd Annual Report - 1883
Color: Black & White
The first (11x8") is a finely detailed map of the Hopi mesas with the villages of Oraibi, Shipauiluvi (sic), Tewa and Walpi. Small engraving of Walpi within the title cartouche. Locates trails, springs and ruins. The second map (12 x 9.4") was compiled and drawn by Harry King and shows the location of pueblos, lodges and ruins extending from Taos west to Hopi land in Arizona, and south below Acoma. Names forts, agencies and railroads. Red over-printing and legend identify the inhabited, abandoned and ruined pueblos, cliff lodges and towers. A nice pair of Pueblo related maps.
Good impression on both. Lightly and evenly toned. Short fold splits on the later.