Special List 29: Massachusetts
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388. Map of Massachusetts Proper. Compiled from Actual Surveys made by Order of the General Court, and under the inspection of Agents of their appointment, By Osgood Carleton. Revised, Corrected, and Republished By Amos Lay . . . Albany, 1822 . . . Engraved by Joseph Callender and Samuel Hill, Boston. 1 inch to 4 miles. 32 x 47.5. Published. Counties (boundaries in color), towns, townships, academies, meetinghouses, courthouses, bridges, and iron ore deposits. Filed as RG 77: US 97. 389. [Map of] Massachusetts and Rhode Island. [ca. 1840.] 1 inch to ca. 14 miles. 14 x 18. Published. Counties, townships, villages, canals, and railroad lines. Filed as Ref. Coll.: Massachusetts, 1840. 390. [Map of] Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, By Frank A. Gray. Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1875 by O. W. Gray & Son. 1 inch to 9 miles. 18.5 x 28. Published. Counties, townships, villages, canals, railroad lines, and topographical features. Inset map of "Environs of Boston." Filed as RG 77: US 373-59. 391. [Topographic Map of Massachusetts issued by the U.S. Geological Survey in 1889.] 1 inch to ca. 4 miles. 4 sections, each 17.5 x 27.5. Published. Settlements, county boundaries and names, and railroad lines. Drainage in blue; contours in brown. Filed as RG 57: Published State Maps, Massachusetts, 1889. 392. Topographic Map of Massachusetts and Rhode Island . . . Surveyed in 1884-1888. [Issued by U.S. Geological Survey in 1915.] l inch to ca. 4 miles. 34 x 52. Published. Settlements, county boundaries and names, and railroad lines. Drainage in blue; contours in brown. Filed as RG 57: Published State Maps, Massachusetts, 1915. See also entries 157, 158, 161 in Connecticut and 373 in Maine.Please note: This web version may differ from other versions.