Format Maps
Contributors United States. War Department
Dates 1868
Location Missouri River
United States
Yellowstone River
Language English
Subjects (Henry Eveleth)
(William Franklin)
Bache, Hartman
Discovery and Exploration
Maynadier, H. E.
Missouri River
Raynolds, W. F.
United States
Yellowstone River
Map of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers and their tributaries: explored by Capt. W.F. Raynolds, Topl. Engrs. and 1st. Lieut. H. E. Maynadier, 10th. Infy. Assistant. 1859-60 /
Contributor Names
United States. War Department.
Created / Published
[Washington, D.C. : U.S. War Dept., 1868].
Subject Headings
-  Raynolds, W. F.--1820-1894.--(William Franklin)
-  Maynadier, H. E.--1830-1868.--(Henry Eveleth)
-  Bache, Hartman,--1797-1872
-  Yellowstone River--Discovery and exploration
-  Missouri River--Discovery and exploration
-  United States--Yellowstone River
-  United States--Missouri River
-  Relief shown by hachures.
-  From Report of the Secretary of War, communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of February 13, 1866, the report of Brevet Brigadier General W.F. Raynolds, on the exploration of the Yellowstone and the country drained by that river. July 19, 1867. -- Read; ordered to lie on the table. Motion to print referred to the Committee on Printing. July 17, 1868. Serial Set Vol. No. 1317, Session Vol. No. 2. 40th Congress, 2nd Session. S. Exec. Doc. 77.
-  "Engraved in the Engineer Bureau, War Dept."
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
1 map ; 68 x 103 cm. on two sheets 78 x 60 cm.
Call Number
G4127.Y4S12 1868 .U5
G4127.Y4S12 1868 .U5 Copy 3 Lacks western half.
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g4127y ct002286
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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