Maps Sectional map of the state of Iowa, compiled from the United States surveys also exhibiting the internal improvements, distances between towns & villages, lines of projected rail roads &c. &c.; drawn and published by Guy H. Carleton, Dep. Sur. U.S.

Format Maps
Contributors Carleton, Guy H.
Dates 1850
Location Iowa
United States
Language English
Subjects Iowa
Maps
United States
Title
Sectional map of the state of Iowa, compiled from the United States surveys also exhibiting the internal improvements, distances between towns & villages, lines of projected rail roads &c. &c.; drawn and published by Guy H. Carleton, Dep. Sur. U.S.
Summary
Detailed township and county map showing drainage, cities and towns, roads, and railroads.
Contributor Names
Carleton, Guy H.
Created / Published
Dubuque, Iowa, 1850.
Subject Headings
-  Iowa--Maps
-  United States--Iowa
Notes
-  Scale 1:570,240.
-  LC also has 1854 edition.
-  LC Railroad maps, 216
-  Description derived from published bibliography.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Medium
map 4 parts, each 35 x 54 cm.
Call Number
G4150 1850 .C3
Repository
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g4150 rr002160 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gmd/g4150.rr002160
Library of Congress Catalog Number
98688477
http://lccn.loc.gov/98688477


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