Format Maps
Contributors Judah, Theodore D.
Dates 1854
Location California
United States
Language English
Subjects California
Sacramento Valley Railroad
United States
Map showing the location of Sacramento Valley Railroad, Cal. Sacramento, Septr., 1854; T.D. Judah, Chief Engineer.
Sketch map of the first railroad in California, with projected extensions to San Francisco, Sonora, and Tehama, made by the engineer who built the Sacramento Valley Railroad.
Contributor Names
Judah, Theodore D. (Theodore Dehone), 1826-1863.
Created / Published
San Francisco, [1854]
Subject Headings
-  Sacramento Valley Railroad
-  Railroads--California--Maps
-  United States--California
-  Scale ca. 1:1,100,000.
-  From Report of the Chief Engineer of the Preliminary Surveys and Future Business of the Sacramento Valley Railroad (Sacramento, Democratic State Journal, 1854)
-  LC also has his September 16, 1854, map of this line measuring 69 x 43 cm.
-  LC Railroad maps, 552
-  Description derived from published bibliography.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
map 27 x 55 cm.
Call Number
G4361.P3 1854 .J8
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g4361p rr005520
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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