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    • Map of the State of Michigan

    • Printed. Divided into 4 peices. Shows the State of Michigan in 1864. The major railroad lines are depicted. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 6 miles.
    • Michigan; railroads; administrative and political divisions; rivers
    • Official Map of Michigan

    • Shows the railroad lines and survey lines in Michigan in 1885.
    • Michigan; railroad maps; railroads; survey maps; administrative and political divisions
    • Colton's Township Map of The State of Michigan

    • Printed. Encapsulated. Shows the major railroads of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan in 1874. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 15 miles.
    • Lower Peninsula of Michigan; administrative and political divisions; railroads
    • Tackabury's New Sectional Map of the Upper Peninsula

    • Printed map of the upper Peninsula of Michigan in 1884 divided into 3 pieces and encapsulated. There are bids-eye-views of the cities of Negaunee and Marquette on the top edge of the map. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 4 miles.
    • Upper Peninsula of Michigan; railroads; roads; administrative and political divisions
    • Michigan

    • Printed color map showing the major railroad lines in the Lower Peninsula and Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan in 1886. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 17 miles.
    • Lower Peninsula of Michigan; railroads; administrative and political divisions
    • Map of Michigan & Part of Wisconsin Territory

    • Printed map of postal routes in Michigan and part of Wisconsin about 1839. Also shows lands in Wisconsin that Native Americans were occupying at that time. Map was divided into 4 pieces. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 10 miles.
    • Michigan; Wisconsin; postal routes; administrative and political divisions; Indian land tenure
    • Michigan

    • Printed. Color map of Michigan for 1855. One page is of the lower peninsula of Michigan and the second is of the upper peninsula of Michigan. The Peninsulas are shown in two different scales.
    • Michigan; administrative and political divisions; railroads; rivers
    • Colton's Michigan

    • Printed color map of the lower peninsula of Michigan in 1866. There is a leather folder glued to the map for the traveler to fold the map into. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 22 miles.
    • Lower Peninsula of Michigan; administrative and political divisions; railroads; rivers
    • [Wisconsin-Michigan Boundary]

    • Map from 1847 showing the boundary divisions between Michigan and Wisconsin.
    • Gogebic County (Mich.); Wisconsin; administrative and political divisions
    • Colton's Michigan

    • Railroad map of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan from 1866.
    • Lower Peninsula of Michigan; railroads; transportation; administrative and political divisions
    • Township Map of Michigan

    • Printed. Color. Map was divided into two pieces. Gazetteer information on the edges of the map. Vignettes on top and bottom of map. Map shows the political divisions within the State of Michigan in 1855. Scale on original is 1 inch equals 15 miles.
    • Michigan; railroads; administrative and Political Divisions

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