Railroad map of the United States, showing the through lines of communication from the Atlantic to the Pacific, together with the various steamship lines along the seaboard. Copyright 1886 by Wm. M. Bradley & Bro.

Cartographer(s): Samuel Augustus Mitchell Jr.
Date: 1886
Place: Philadelphia
Dimensions: 58 x 37 cm (14 x 22.5 in)
Condition Rating: VG

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Detailed 19th century map of U.S. rail and steamship lines


Map of the United States from Mitchell’s New General Atlas, with important information on the late 19th century United States, including settlements, rivers, named railroads, steamship lines, and more. Oklahoma, in the midst of continual settlement that would eventually lead to the opening of unassigned lands and the claims of the so-called ‘Sooners,’ is labeled Indian Territory.


Condition Description

Repaired tear in bottom margin slightly into the Gulf of Mexico at longitude 15º.


Rumsey 0594.000.