“…STATE OF COLORADO…” M. R. Campbell. Washington: Department of the Interior – General Land Office, c. 1906 – Senate Document #194; 59th Congress, 2nd Session. Color-lithographed map with original color. Separately issued map with original folds. Excellent condition. (Image: 14 ¼ x 17’’)
This colorful map depicts the State of Colorado with the counties named and in red outline color. Topographical features are well noted and most towns, cities, waterways and mountains identified. Indian Reservations, Military Reservations,
Private Claims, and Forest Reserves are shown in colors (see key, upper left). Railroad lines are also detailed.
“Townships probably containing workable coal” & “Townships containing workable coal” are identified by color. The insets along the top, depict detailed views of “Leadville”, “City of Denver”, & “Cripple Creek”. A very detailed view of the state at the beginning of the 1900’s.