Maps Map of Tulare County, State of California /

Format Maps
Contributors Bannister, Alfred
Dates 1884
Location California
Tulare County
United States
Language English
Subjects California
Real Property
Tulare County
Tulare County (Calif.)
United States
Map of Tulare County, State of California /
Contributor Names
Bannister, Alfred.
Created / Published
S[an] F[rancisco] : Lith. Britton & Rey, 1884.
Subject Headings
-  Tulare County (Calif.)--Maps
-  Real property--California--California--Tulare County--Maps
-  Landowners--California--Tulare County--Maps
-  United States--California--Tulare County
-  Relief shown by shading and hachures.
-  Cadastral map showing drainage, township and section lines, land ownership, landowners' names, supervisorial and school districts, Indian reservations, judicial townships, railroads, etc.
-  "Approved December 4th, 1884 and adopted as the official map of Tulare County."
-  Includes insets of Tulare, Hanford, Traver, Lemoore, Porterville, City of Visalia, and Grangeville.
-  LC Land ownership maps, 49
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
1 map in 3 segments on 1 sheet : cloth backing ; 84 x 166 cm.
Call Number
G4363.T8 1884 .B3
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g4363t la000049
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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