Map of a Part of the Territory of Washington to Accompany Report of Surveyor General 1855. WASHINGTON TERRITORY 1855.
Map of a Part of the Territory of Washington to Accompany Report of Surveyor General 1855.
Map of a Part of the Territory of Washington to Accompany Report of Surveyor General 1855.
Map of a Part of the Territory of Washington to Accompany Report of Surveyor General 1855.

Map of a Part of the Territory of Washington to Accompany Report of Surveyor General 1855.

Tilton, James (Surveyor General). Lithographed by A Hoen.
Surveyor Generals Office. September 20, 1855.
Folding map, uncolored, 14 3/4 x 19 1/4 inches. Cropped lower left margin (affecting portion of neatline) as published, very clean, sturdy copy of this map. A General Land Office map published 2 1/2 years after the Congressional bill creating Washington Territory in March 1853. This is the first Surveyor General's map of Washington Territory, showing the area from the coast to the Rockies. Only the areas along the Willamette Meridian and the guide Meridian have received any surveying attention. Seattle is marked as "STATLE", the endpoint of "Steven's Route Pacific R.R." and of the U.S. Military Road. James Tilton, Surveyor General and lithographed by A. Hoen. Item #27065

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