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

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668. Map of the Indian Territory corrected according to the

     latest surveys. By [I]saac McCoy, 1838. Drawn by J. C.

     McCoy.

     1 inch to 20 miles. 30 x 31.5. Manuscript. Includes present

States of Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, and Iowa. Settlements,

Indian reservations and lands, and populations of tribes. Map is

extremely faded. Filed as RG 75: Central Map File, 216 (SF).

669. Map of the Indian Territory. Showing the Boundaries of the

     Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, the Creek, Seminole and

     Leased Indian Country. . . . By Daniel C. Major, U.S.

     Astronomer. Jones, Brown, Fairbanks, Surveyors. [1858-59.]

     1 inch to 12 miles. 31 x 41. Manuscript. Map includes

portions of Texas, Arkansas, and Missouri. Also shows

settlements, military posts, and roads. Relief and timber areas

shown in color. Almost illegible annotations relating to cessions

by Creeks, Seminoles, and Chickasaws are dated 1866. Note signed

by W. P. Dole, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, States, "This Map

is strictly conformable to the field notes of the survey thereof

on file in this Office which have been examined and approved."

Filed as RG 75: Central Map File, 495.

670. [Map of] Indian Territory with part of the adjoining State

     of Kansas &c. Prepared from the Map of Danl. C. Major, U.S.

     Astr., showing the Boundaries of the Choctaw and Chickasaw

     Nations, the Creek, seminole, and Leased Indian Country . .

     . Engineer Bureau, War Dept., October 1866.

     1 inch to ca. 25 miles. 20 x 27. Manuscript. Also shows

settlements, military posts, and roads. Filed as RG 75: Central

Map File, 491.

671. [Map of] Indian Territory with parts of neighboring States

     and Territories. . . . Compiled under direction of 1st

     Lieut. Henry Jackson, 7th U.S. Cavalry, September 1869.

     Drawn by Ado Hunnius.

     1 inch to 18.94 miles. 27 x 37. Annotated published. Map

includes portions of adjoining States. Settlements, military

posts, roads, routes of expeditions, and names of some residents.

Two additional copies of approximately the same dimensions are

also in the folder. Filed as RG 77: Q 144.

672. Military Map of the Indian Territory Compiled under the

     direction of lst Lieut. E. H. Ruffner Engineers. . . . Drawn

     and Engraved by Ado Hunnius . . . Jan. 1875,

     1 inch to ca. 8 miles. 4 sections, each 26 x 30. Published.

Includes portions of adjoining States and Territories.

Settlements, military posts, Indian lands, roads, and railroad

lines. Relief is shown by hachures. Inset ground plans of Forts

Supply and Sill. Filed as RG 393: Dept. of Missouri 1.

673. Map of Indian Territory. Compiled by G. W. Ingalls, U.S.

     Indian Agent, 1875.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 23 x 30. Manuscript. Indian cessions and

reservations (boundaries in color), populations of tribes,

settlements, military posts, railroad lines, roads, and extent of

public land surveys. Filed as RG 75: Central Map File, 191.

674. [Map of] Indian Territory. . . . 1876. . . . Compiled from

     the official Records of the General Land Office.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 26.5 x 34.5. Published. Indian

reservation boundaries are shown in color. Status of public land

surveys, towns, military posts, stage stations, Indian agencies

and missions, roads, and railroad lines. Relief is shown by

hachures. Also a black and white base map for this date. 25 x 33.

A second copy in color and a reference copy are also in the

folder. Filed as RG 49: Standard Published, Indian Territory,

1876.

675. [Map of] Indian Territory. 1876.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 24 x 29.5. Annotated published. Indian

cessions (in color) with dates of treaties, populations of Indian

tribes, cities and towns, military posts and reservations,

railroad lines, and extent of public land surveys. Filed as RG

75: Central Map File, 850.

676. [Map of] Indian Territory . . . 1879. Compiled from the

     official Records of the General Land Office.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 24 x 32. Published. Indian reservation

boundaries are shown in color. Status of public land surveys,

towns, military posts, stage stations, Indian agencies and

missions, roads, and railroad lines. Relief is shown by hachures.

Also a black and white base map for this date. 27 x 34. Filed as

RG 49: Standard Published, Indian Territory, 1879.

677. [Map of] Indian Territory . . . 1883. Compiled from the

     official Records of the General Land Office.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 25 x 34. Published. Indian reservation

boundaries are shown in color. Public land surveys, towns,

military posts and reservations, stage stations, Indian agencies

and missions, roads and trails, and railroad lines. Relief is

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

Territory, 1883.

678. [Map of] Indian Territory . . . 1887. Compiled from the

     official Records of the General Land Office.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 25.5 x 34. Published. Indian reservation

boundaries are shown in color. Public land surveys, towns,

military posts and reservations, stage stations, Indian agencies

and missions, roads and trails, and proposed and completed

railroad lines. Relief is shown by hachures. Filed as RG 49:

Standard Published, Indian Territory, 1887.

679. Map of the Indian Territory showing the Railways Built and

     Projected within its Boundaries. Prepared in compliance with

     letter from the chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian

     Affairs to the Secretary of the Interior, dated February 3,

     1887. Paul Brodie, Draftsman.

     1 inch to 14 miles. 24 x 30. Annotated published. Annotated

in color to show the boundaries of "the Three Grand Divisions"

(Creek, Choctaw and Chickasaw, and Cherokee country), Cherokee

Strip in Kansas, and "Oklahoma." Note in pencil signed P. Brodie

states, "Proof sheet Recd January 21-1888." Also a black and

white base map for this date. 26 x 34. Note in pencil signed P.

Brodie states "Base Map--Returned from Bell Bros.--

Photolithographers, January 21, 1888." Filed as RG 75: Central

Map File, 1250.

680. [Map of] Indian Territory Compiled under the direction of

     the Hon: John H. Oberly, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, by

     C. A. Maxwell, Chief, Law and Land Division, Indian Bureau.

     1889. John Olberg, Draftsman.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 25 x 33. Published. Indian cessions are

outlined in color and numbered to correspond with the key on the

map. Also shows extent of public land surveys, military

reservations, and Fort Reno Timber Reserve. Filed as RG 75:

Central Map File, 613.

681. Outline Map of lands, known as Oklahoma Indian Ter.

     [including East and West Land Districts] Opened to

     Settlement by Executive Order, March 23, 1889.

     1 inch to 4 miles. 34 x 27. Annotated published. Shows

public land surveys and is annotated apparently to show correct

location of railroad and stageline stations. (Published copy

filed as RG 49: Oklahoma 1, Pub.) Filed as RG 49: Old Map File,

Oklahoma 15.

682. [Map of] Indian Territory . . . 1891. Compiled from the

     official Records of the General Land Office . . . Compiled

     and Drawn by R. P. Lowe . . . Traced and Lettered by Wm.

     Naylor. 

     1 inch to 9 miles. 30 x 28.5. Published. Map shows only

lands occupied by the Chickasaws, Choctaws, Seminoles, Creeks,

Cherokees, and the several small reservations in the northeastern

corner of the Territory. Indian reservation boundaries are shown

in color. Public land surveys in Chickasaw lands are shown, and

towns, military posts and reservations, roads and trails, and

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

base map with drainage in blue for this date. 30 x 28.5. See

entry 684. Filed as RG 49: Standard Published, Indian Territory,

1891.

683. [Map showing] Judicial Districts of the Indian Territory . .

     . 1891. Compiled from the official Records of the General

     Land Office . . . Compiled and Drawn by R. P. Lowe . . .

     Traced and Lettered by Wm. Naylor.

     1 inch to 9 miles. 32 x 29. Annotated published. Annotated

to show judicial districts. "Judicial Districts of the" is added

to the title (See entry 682). Filed as RG 75: Central Map File,

CA 133.

684. [Map of] Oklahoma Territory, 1891. Compiled from the

     official Records of the General Land Office . . . Compiled

     and drawn by R. P. Lowe. Traced and Lettered by M. Hendges.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 26.5 x 39. Published. Status of public

land surveys, Indian lands, towns, military posts and

reservations, locations of U.S. land offices, roads and trails,

railroads proposed and completed, and drainage features. Two

copies of this map: one showing certain areas in color and a

black and white base map with drainage in blue. Filed as RG 49:

Standard Published, Oklahoma, 1891.

685. Map of Oklahoma and Indian Territory Showing the Railways

     Built and Projected within its Boundaries. 1892. [Issued by

     the Office of Indian Affairs.]

     1 inch to ca. 18 miles. 17.5 x 34. Annotated blue line

print. Annotated to show additional railroad lines. Typed sheet

listing names of railroads is attached to the map. A General Land

Office map apparently was used as the base map. Filed as RG 75:

Central Map File, CA 311.

686. Map of Oklahoma Territory. Compiled from the official

     Records of the General Land Office . . . 1893. . . .

     Compiled by R. P. Lowe. Lettered and corrected for Re-issue

     by M. Hendges.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 27.5 x 36. Published. Status of public

land surveys, names and boundaries of existing counties, military

posts and reservations, locations of U.S. land offices, roads and

trails, towns, railroads proposed and completed, Indian lands,

and drainage features. Relief is shown in color. County

boundaries and some Indian lands also shown in color. Filed as RG

49: Standard Published, Oklahoma, 1893.

687. Map of Oklahoma Territory. Compiled from the official

     Records of the General Land Office . . . 1894. . . .

     Compiled by R. P Lowe. Lettered and corrected for Re-issue

     by M. Hendges.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 29 x 40.5. Published. Status of public

land surveys, Indian Territory, names and boundaries of existing

counties, military posts and reservations, locations of U.S. land

offices, roads and trails, towns, railroads proposed and

completed, Indian lands, and drainage features. Relief, county

boundaries, and some Indian lands are shown in color. Also for

this date a black and white base map with drainage in blue. 26.5

x 40. Filed as RG 49: Standard Published, Oklahoma, 1894.

688. Map of Oklahoma Territory. Compiled from the official

     Records of the General Land Office . . . 1898. . . . 

     Revised and Drawn by M. Hendges.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 28.5 x 40. Published. County boundaries

and some Indian lands are shown in color. Status of public land

surveys, towns, Indian Territory, military posts and

reservations, locations of U.S. land offices, roads and trails,

railroads proposed and completed, and drainage features. Relief

is shown in color. Two copies of this map. Filed as RG 49:

Standard Published, Oklahoma, 1898.

689. Map of Oklahoma Territory. Compiled from the official

     Records of the General Land Office . . . 1898 . . . Revised

     and Drawn by M. Hendges.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 27.5 x 39. Annotated published.

Annotated to show land district boundaries. Basic information

shown same as in entry 688. Filed as RG 49: Old Map File,

Oklahoma 16.

690. [Map of] Indian Territory. Compiled from the official

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

     Compiled, Drawn and Lettered by M. Hendges.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 25 x 23. Published. Map shows lands

occupied by the Chickasaws, Choctaws, Seminoles, Creeks,

Cherokees, and the several small reservations in the northeastern

corner of the territory. Also shows parts of adjoining States and

Oklahoma Territory. Indian reservation boundaries are shown in

color. Public land surveys, towns, roads, and railroad lines.

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

drainage shown in blue for this date. 24.5 x 22. Filed as RG 49:

Standard Published, Indian Territory, 1899.

691. Map of Oklahoma Territory. From the corrected map of the

     General Land Office of 1898 and from data on file in the

     Executive Office of the Territory, to accompany the Annual

     Report of the Governor of the Territory, 1901.

     1 inch to 19 miles. 15 x 23. Published. County boundaries,

some Indian lands, military reservations, and national forests

are shown in color. Status of public land surveys, towns, Indian

Territory, locations of U.S. land offices, roads and trails,

railroads proposed and completed, and drainage features. Relief

is shown in color. Filed as RG 49: Standard Published, Oklahoma,

1901.

692. [Map of] Proposed State of Oklahoma, Act of June 16, 1906.

     Compiled from the official Records of the General Land

     Office . . . 1906. . . . Compiled by A. F. Dinsmore and M.

     Hendges.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 22 x 42.5. Published. County boundaries,

land district boundaries, Indian and military reservations,

national forests are shown in color. Public land surveys, towns

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

drainage features. Relief is shown in color. Small scale inset

plans of Lawton, Guthrie, Muskogee, McAlester. Also a black and

white base map for this date. 24 x 44.5. Filed as RG 49: Standard

Published, Oklahoma, 1906.

693. Map of Indian Territory Showing Telegraph, Telephone, and

     Railroad Lines in operation July 1st, 1907, prepared in the

     office of The United States Indian Inspector for the Indian

     Territory.

     1 inch to 8 miles. 35 x 32. Blueprint. Shows settlements and

township and range numbers. Note states, "All lines designated by

figures are operated by the Pioneer Telephone and Telegraph

Company. All lines designated by letters are operated by other

companies." Filed as RG 75: Central Map File, 6042.

694. [Map of the] State of Oklahoma. Compiled from the official

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

     Compiled by A. F. Dinsmore and M. Hendges. . . . Drawn by

     Charles J. Helm.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 21.5 x 42.5. Published. County

boundaries, land district boundaries, Indian and military

reservations, national forests are shown in color. Public land

surveys, towns and cities, locations of U.S. land offices,

railroad lines, and drainage features. Relief is shown in color.

Small inset plans of Lawton, Guthrie, Muskogee, and McAlester.

Also a black and white base map for this date. 21.5 x 42.5. Filed

as RG 49: Standard Published, Oklahoma, 1907.

695. [Map of the] State of Oklahoma. Compiled from official

     Records of the General Land Office . . . 1914. . . .

     Compiled by A. F. Dinsmore and M. Hendges; Revised by D.

     O'H. Drawn by Chas. J. Helm and T. O. W.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 24 x 45. Published. County boundaries,

land district boundaries, Indian and military reservations,

national forests, and national parks are shown in color. Public

land surveys, towns and cities, locations of U.S. land offices,

railroad lines, and drainage features. Relief is shown in color.

Small inset plans of Muskogee, Guthrie, Tulsa, McAlester and

vicinity, and Oklahoma City. Also a black and white base map for

this date. 24 x 44.5. Filed as RG 49: Standard Published,

Oklahoma, 1914.

696. Oklahoma Historical Chart, By George Rainey. Webb Publishing

     Company, Oklahoma City . . . Approved by Oklahoma State

     Board of Education . . . 1917.

     Scale not indicated. 27 x 21. Published. A set of ten maps,

each showing the present State of Oklahoma during a period of its

history and containing brief statements of historical

information. Maps show area now Oklahoma for the following

periods: (1) 1820-1830, (2) 1830-1850, (3) 1850-1860, (4) 1860-

1867, (5) 1867-1870, (6) 1870-1890, (7) 1890, (8) 1906, (9) 1917,

and (10) Routes of explorers, railroads, and trails. Maps 1-8

show Indian cessions and lands; maps 8 and 9 show counties.

Indian lands and counties are shown in color. The maps show very

few towns. Filed as RG 75: CEntral Map File, 9350.

See also entries 82 in Arkansas,

314 in Kansas,

and 779 in Texas.

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