Title: 1851 Diagram of the State of Missouri
Description: Map of Missouri marked off into blocks of land, each six miles square, known as townships. Symbols indicate whether or not the townships have been subdivided by surveyors. Names of contracted surveyors may be found in the text accompanying map. Lead, iron, copper, and coal mines are indicated, as well as salt works. Watersheds shown in detail. Survey of the southern boundary of the state is given extra attention, as is the old Indian boundary line commonly called Sullivan's line on the north. Fourth in a series of four maps showing the progress of surveys in Missouri.
Dimensions: 19 x 24 in.
Notes: Office of the Surveyor General...Saint Louis November 17th, 1851. Note on author: M. Lewis Clark was the Surveyor General for the states of Illinois and Missouri.
Creator: United States; M. Lewis Clark
Call Number: LARGE MAP: Missouri, #17
Local Subject: Mining; Missouri; Surveyors; Boundaries; Surveys
Digital Format: TIFF
Repository: Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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Item ID: 162843
Item Type: Map