Format Maps
Contributors Keeler, W. J.
Dates 1867
Location United States
Language English
Subjects Maps
Mines and Mineral Resources
Union Pacific Railroad Company
United States
West (U.S.)
Map of the routes of the Union Pacific Rail Roads with their eastern connections, compiled from authorized explorations, public surveys, and other reliable data from the departments of the government, by W.J. Keeler, Civil Engineer, November, 1867.
Strip map of the western United States from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean showing relief by hachures, drainage, minerals, cities and towns, and forts. Includes completed and proposed railroads.
Contributor Names
Keeler, W. J.
Created / Published
Washington, 1867.
Subject Headings
-  Union Pacific Railroad Company--Maps
-  Railroads--West (U.S.)--Maps
-  Mines and mineral resources--West (U.S.)--Maps
-  United States--West
-  Scale ca. 1:3,250,000.
-  LC Railroad maps, 591
-  Description derived from published bibliography.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
-  2 copies
col. map 37 x 96 cm.
Call Number
G4051.P3 1867 .K4
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g4051p rr005910
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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