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A map of Wisconsin: with lines showing the remarkable effect of Lake Michigan in elevating the mean temperature of January and depressing that of July; by I.A. Lapham LL.D.

A map of Wisconsin: with lines showing the remarkable effect of Lake Michigan in elevating the mean temperature of January and depressing that of July; by I.A. Lapham LL.D.

1865. Lapham, Increase Allen, 1811-1875. 1 map: col.; 28 x 26 cm This map is in the public domain. Please attribute access and use of this digitized map to the Stephen S. Clark Library, Un...

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A new geological map of Wisconsin prepared mostly from original observations; by I.A. Lapham.

A new geological map of Wisconsin prepared mostly from original observations; by I.A. Lapham.

1869\, c1868. Lapham, Increase Allen, 1811-1875. Entered for copyright by both Lapham and Silas Chapman. "Lith. by L. Lipman, Milmaukee." Includes "Geological section, from Prairie du Chien to Mil...

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Acre map of Duluth-Superior

Acre map of Duluth-Superior

1907. Welbanks, Wallace P. Shows railroads, bodies of water, and some land tenure or municpal boundaries. 41 x 50 cm.

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Albertson’s map of the cities at the head of Lake Superior

Albertson’s map of the cities at the head of Lake Superior

1891. Roe, Frederick B., 1845-1905. Shows Duluth, Minn. & Superior, Wis. Soundings in feet. Hand colored. 105 x 92 cm.

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Asher & Adams' Wisconsin

Asher & Adams' Wisconsin

1872. unknown. Washington and Greenwich prime meridians. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1872 by Asher and Adams' in the office of the Librarian...

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Duluth, Minnesota-Superior, Wisconsin

Duluth, Minnesota-Superior, Wisconsin

1905-04-04. McGill-Warner Co. Shows roads, street car lines, railroads and parks. Includes street index. 82 x 66 cm.

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Hudsons official 1922 auto road map of Minnesota

Hudsons official 1922 auto road map of Minnesota

1922. Hudson Map Company. Cartographic Details: Scale approximately 1:920,000. Includes "Camp sites and driving distances from Minneapolis." Duluth and Superior -- Minneapol...

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Kenosha harbor, Wisconsin and shewing the state of the channel between the U.S. piers and the bar from survey made, as above, between the 8th & the 12th of May 1857; from survey made in December 1854 by assistant John R. Mayer, under the direction of Brevet Lieut. Col. J.D. Graham, Major, U.S. Top. Engineers. Superintending Engineer of Lake Michigan Works.

Kenosha harbor, Wisconsin and shewing the state of the channel between the U.S. piers and the bar from survey made, as above, between the 8th & the 12th of May 1857; from survey made in December 1854 by assistant John R. Mayer, under the direction of Brevet Lieut. Col. J.D. Graham, Major, U.S. Top. Engineers. Superintending Engineer of Lake Michigan Works.

Graham, J. D. (James Duncan), 1799-1865.,Mayer, John R.,United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers. North oriented toward right. Depths shown by soundings and isolines. "This map is the same as Map G no. 30 which accompanied Lieut. Colonel J.D. Gr...

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Manitowoc harbor, Wisconsin from survey made betweenteh 14th & 19th of August 1856 by assistant John O'Donoghue, under the direction of Brevet Lieut. Col. J.D. Graham, Major, U.S. Top. Engineers. Superintending Engineer of Lake Michigan Works.

Manitowoc harbor, Wisconsin from survey made betweenteh 14th & 19th of August 1856 by assistant John O'Donoghue, under the direction of Brevet Lieut. Col. J.D. Graham, Major, U.S. Top. Engineers. Superintending Engineer of Lake Michigan Works.

1856. Graham, J. D. (James Duncan), 1799-1865.,O'Donoghue, John, 1946-,United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers (Corps of Topographical Engineers). The soundings are in feet & decimals of a foot. "Accompanying Lt. Colonel J.D. Graham's annual report (no. 161) to the Chief Topographical Engineer...

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Map of Minnesota and part of Wisconsin

Map of Minnesota and part of Wisconsin

1856. Cartographic Details: Scale 1:48,000 ; Polyconic projection (W 97⁰15ʹ--W 89⁰30ʹ/N 49⁰23ʹ--N 43⁰30ʹ). Title supplied by cataloger. Blue line print. ...

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Map of the north-western states including Minnesota and the copper region of Lake Superior

Map of the north-western states including Minnesota and the copper region of Lake Superior

1905-01-22. Prime meridians: Washington, D.C. & Greenwich. Below lower left margin: Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1849 by W. Williams in the...

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Provisional geological map of part of the Chippeway sand district of Wisconsin with part of Iowa & of Minnesota Terratory [sic]: to illustrate the report of a geological reconnoissance made in 1847; by David Dale Owen.

Provisional geological map of part of the Chippeway sand district of Wisconsin with part of Iowa & of Minnesota Terratory [sic]: to illustrate the report of a geological reconnoissance made in 1847; by David Dale Owen.

1848. Owen, David Dale, 1807-1860. Shows area north and west of Wisconsin River watershed and south and east of the Saint Louis River and the upper Mississippi River. From: Senate ex...

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Railroad map of Wisconsin prepared for the railroad commissioner by Allan D. Conover C.E.

Railroad map of Wisconsin prepared for the railroad commissioner by Allan D. Conover C.E.

1888?. Conover, Allan D.,Milwaukee Lith. & Engr. Co. Includes table of railroad lines with mileage in Wisconsin and total mileage Dec. 31, 1887.. 1 map: col.; 86 x 68 cm This map is in the public doma...

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Rand McNally official 1922 auto trails map. District number 9, Minnesota, W. Wisconsin.

Rand McNally official 1922 auto trails map. District number 9, Minnesota, W. Wisconsin.

1922. Rand McNally and Company. Cartographic Details: Scale approximately 1:825,000. Relief shown by hachures. 63 x 76 cm.

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Rand McNally's official 1921 auto trails map district number 9, Minnesota [and] W. Wisconsin

Rand McNally's official 1921 auto trails map district number 9, Minnesota [and] W. Wisconsin

1921. Rand McNally and Company. Cartographic Details: Scale approximately 1:966,000. Continued by inset of northeast corner of Minnesota with portion of Ontario. Includes list of ...

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Sheboygan harbor, Wisconsin from survey made between the 19th & 24th of August 1856 by assistant John O'Donoghue under the directionof Brevet Lieut. Col. J.D. Graham, Major, U.S. Corps of Topographical Engineers. Superintending Engineer of Lake Michigan Works.

Sheboygan harbor, Wisconsin from survey made between the 19th & 24th of August 1856 by assistant John O'Donoghue under the directionof Brevet Lieut. Col. J.D. Graham, Major, U.S. Corps of Topographical Engineers. Superintending Engineer of Lake Michigan Works.

Graham, J. D. (James Duncan), 1799-1865.,O'Donoghue, John, 1946-,United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers. Depths shown by soundings and isolines. "Accompanying Lt. Colonel J.D. Graham's annual report (no. 161) to the Chief Topographical Engineer, dated ...

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Traveller's map of Michigan, Illinois, Indiana & Ohio

Traveller's map of Michigan, Illinois, Indiana & Ohio

1838. Hammond, John T.,approximately 1820-cartographer., Phelps, Humphrey,active 19th century,publisher., and Ensign, T.,active 1838-1840,publisher. Counties shown in colors. Prime meridian : [Washington]. 'Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1836 by Humphrey Phelps & Bela S. Squire...