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Special List 29: List of Selected Maps of States and Territories

Special List No. 29

Idaho


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214. Map of Idaho and Montana and of Portions of Other

     Territories. Compiled under the direction of Col. Geo. Thom,

     A.D.C. & Major of Engrs., For the use of Head Quarters of

     the Army, 1864.

     1 inch to ca. 32 miles. 24 x 32. Manuscript. "The large

dotted blue lines indicate the travelled routes, and the small

ones explored routes. The little red crosses indicate positions

of worked gold mines." Also shows settlements, military posts,

and drainage features. Filed as RG 77: W 125.

215. Map of Public Surveys in Idaho. [Map] to accompany Report to

     Commissioner of the General Land Office, 1869.

     1 inch to ca. 16 miles. 38.5 x 28. Manuscript. County

boundaries and locations of gold and silver mines are shown in

color. Also shows status of public land surveys, towns, military

reservations, Indian reservations, and land district boundaries.

Relief is shown by hachures. Filed as RG 49: Old Map File, Idaho

1.

216. Map of Public Surveys in Idaho. [Map] to accompany Report to

     Commissioner of the General Land Office, 1870.

     1 inch to ca. 16 miles. 32.5 x 22. Manuscript. County

boundaries and what apparently are possible locations of gold and

silver deposits are shown in color. Also shows status of public

land surveys, towns, and Indian reservations. Relief is shown by

hachures. Filed as RG 49: Old Map File, Idaho 2.

217. [Map of the] Territory of Idaho. . . . 1876. Compiled from

     the official Records of the General Land Office.

     1 inch to 16 miles. 33.5 x 24. Published. County and land

district boundaries, Indian reservations, and railroad land-grant

limits are shown in color. Also shows extent of public land

surveys, towns, military posts, and locations of Indian agencies.

Relief is shown by hachures. Also is a black and white base map

for this date. 33 x 22. Filed as RG 49: Standard Published,

Idaho, 1876.

218. [Map of the] Territory of Idaho. . . . 1879. Compiled from

     the official Records of the General Land Office.

     1 inch to 16 miles. 34 x 26. Published. County boundaries

and Indian reservations are shown in color. Also shows extent of

public land surveys, towns, military posts, locations of U.S.

land offices, railroads, and railroad land-grant limits. Relief

is shown by hachures. Filed as RG 49: Standard Published, Idaho

1879.

219. [Map of the] Territory of Idaho. . . . 1879. Compiled from

     the official Records of the General Land Office.

     1 inch to 16 miles. 33.5 x 26. Annotated published.

Annotated apparently to show names of land districts and land

district boundaries. Basic information same as that shown on

entry 218. Filed as RG 49: Old Map File, Idaho 3.

220. [Map of the] Territory of Idaho. . . . 1883. Compiled from

     the official Records of the General Land Office.

     1 inch to 16 miles. 33.5 x 26.5. Published. County

boundaries and Indian reservations are shown in color. Also shows

extent of public land surveys, towns, military posts, locations

of U.S. land offices, railroads, and railroad land-grant limits.

Relief is shown by hachures. Also a black and white base map for

this date. 37.5 x 21. Filed as RG 49: Standard Published, Idaho,

1883.

221. [Map of the] Territory of Idaho. . . . 1888. Compiled from

     the official Records of the General Land Office . . .

     Compiled and Drawn by Robert H. Morton.

     1 inch to 15 miles. 38 x 25. Published. County boundaries

and Indian reservations are shown in color. Also shows extent of

public land surveys, towns, military reservations, locations of

U.S. land offices, railroads, and railroad land-grant limits.

Relief is shown by hachures. Also a black and white base map for

this date. 40 x 26.5. Filed as RG 49: Standard Published, Idaho,

1888.

222. [Map of the] State of Idaho. . . . 1891. Compiled from the

     official Records of the General Land Office . . . Compiled

     and Drawn by Robert H. Morton.

     1 inch to 13 miles. 42.5 x 30, Published. County and Indian

reservation boundaries are shown in color. Also shows extent of

public land surveys, towns, military posts, a few roads,

locations of U.S. land offices, railroad lines, and railroad

land-grant limits. Relief is shown by color. Also a black and

white base map with drainage shown in blue for this date. 42.5 x

30. Filed as RG 49: Standard Published, Idaho, 1891.

223. [Map of the] State of Idaho. Compiled from the official

     Records of the General Land Office . . . 1899. . . .

     Compiled by R. H. Morton . . . Traced and Lettered by I. P.

     Berthong.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 47 x 32. Published. County boundaries,

Indian reservations, and national forests are shown in color.

Also shows extent of public land surveys, towns, military

reservations, locations of U.S. land offices, and railroad lines.

Relief is shown by color. Also a black and white base map with

drainage shown in blue. 46 x 32. Filed as RG 49: Standard

Published, Idaho, 1899.

224. [Map of the] State of Idaho. Compiled from the official

     Records of the General Land Office . . . 1905. . . . Revised

     by A. F. Dinsmore . . . Traced and Lettered by I. P.

     Berthong and C. J. Helm.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 45.5 x 31. Published. County and land

district boundaries, Indian reservations, and national forests

are shown in color. Also shows public land surveys, towns and

cities, military reservations, locations of U.S. land offices,

and railroad lines. Relief is shown by color. Small inset maps of

Pocatello, Wallace, Lewiston, and Boise, and vicinities. Also a

black and white base map for this date. 44 x 29.5. Filed as RG

49: Standard Published, Idaho, 1905.

225. [Map of the] State of Idaho, Compiled from the official

     Records of the General Land Office . . .  1907. . . .

     Revised and drawn by Charles J. Helm.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 46 x 31. Published. County and land

district boundaries, Indian reservations, and national forests

are shown in color. Also shows public land surveys, towns and

cities, military reservations, locations of U.S. land offices,

and railroad lines. Relief is shown in color. Small inset maps of

Pocatello, Wallace, Lewiston, and Boise, and vicinities. Also a

black and white base map for this date. 45 x 30.5. Filed as RG

49: Standard Published, Idaho, 1907.

226. [Map of the] State of Idaho. Compiled from the official

     Records of the General Land Office . . . 1907. . . . Revised

     and drawn by Charles J. Helm.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 46 x 31. Published. Annotated in the

Surveyor General's Office, Boise City, Idaho, to show mining

districts of which map bears typed list. Marked "(1909

compilation.)" Mining districts, names and boundaries of national

forests, and county and land district boundaries are shown in

color. See entry 225. Filed as RG 49: Old Map File, Idaho 15.

227. [Map of the] State of Idaho Compiled from the official

     Records of the General Land Office . . . 1909. . . . Revised

     and drawn by Charles J. Helm. 

     1 inch to 12 miles. 46.5 x 31.5. Published. County and land

district boundaries, Indian reservations, national forests,

reclamation projects, and lands set aside for irrigation under

the Carey Act are shown in color. Also shows public land surveys,

towns, military reservations, locations of U.S. land offices, and

railroad lines. Relief shown in color. Also a black and white

base map for this date. Black and white map does not show

reclamation projects or Carey Act lands. Filed as RG 49: Standard

Published, Idaho, 1909.

228. [Map of the] State of Idaho. Compiled from the official

     Records of the General Land Office . . . 1913. . . .

     Compiled and Drawn by Daniel O'Hare. . . . Traced and

     Lettered by Wm. Bauman-Geo. A. Daidy.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 47 x 32. Published. County and land

district boundaries, Indian reservations, national forests,

national parks (also national monuments, and bird, fish, and game

preserves), and reclamation projects are shown in color. Also

shows public land surveys, towns and cities, military

reservations, locations of U.S. land offices, and railroad lines.

Relief is shown in color. Small inset maps of Wallace and Mullan

Region, Boise, Coeur D'AlŠne, Twin Falls, American Falls,

Pocatello, Moscow, and Lewiston. Also a black and white base map

for this date. 47 x 32. Filed as RG 49: Standard Published,

Idaho, 1913.

229. [Map of the] State of Idaho, [showing] Lands designated by

     the Secretary of the Interior As subject to entry under the

     provisions of the Enlarged Homestead Act of June 17, 1910.

     Edition of November 1, 1910. [Issued by the Department of

     the Interior.]

     1 inch to 24 miles. 24 x 16. Published. Areas designated are

shaded red. Also shows public land surveys. Filed as RG 49:

Special Published, Idaho 4.

230. [Map of the] State of Idaho, [showing] Lands designated by

     the Secretary of the Interior Under the provisions of the

     Enlarged Homestead Acts. Edition of June 30, 1916. [Issued

     by the Department of the Interior.]

     1 inch to 24 miles. 24.5 x 17. Published. Areas designated

under Sections 1-5 are shaded red; those designated under section

6 are in blue. Also shows public land surveys. Filed as RG 49:

Special Published, Idaho 5.

231. [Map. of the] State of Idaho, [showing] Lands designated as

     non-irrigable by the Secretary of the Interior under the

     provisions of the Enlarged Homestead Acts . . .  Edition of

     June 30, 1920. [Issued by the Department of the Interior.]

     1 inch to 24 miles. 24 x 17. Published. Areas designated

under general provisions are shaded red and those under Section 6

are in blue. Also shows public land surveys. Filed as RG 49:

Special Published, Idaho 7.

See also entries 495, 496, 498-501, 512, 515 in Montana, 

and 697, 698, and 709 in Oregon.

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