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    • 1673 - Columbia County Heritage Trail - 1975

    • 1975
    • This 1975 road map of Columbia County, Wisconsin, shows the location of historic sites in the county but lacks a key to those sites. It includes an inset map of the civil towns in the county and photographs of historic markers.
    • 1829 military reservation of Fort Howard

    • [193-?]
    • This map is a manuscript copy of the original 1829 map in the War Department. The map shows location of Fort Howard, lots, land claims of Jacques Porlier and Alexander Gardepier, building sites of [John] Clark's community, old site of U.S. sawmill,...
    • 1858 map of Racine County, Wisconsin /

    • Pietkivitch, Alvin
    • c1972.
    • This map on 5 sheets features a title page sheet with business directory and shows section numbers, roads, railroads, saw mills, churches, blacksmith shops, timber lots, cemeteries, residences, timber lots, rivers, and marshes. The map also...
    • 1930 Official Road Map, Wisconsin

    • H.M. Gousha Company
    • 1930
    • This map shows county boundaries, roads, cities, highways, points of interest, and the locations of Standard Oil Company service stations. Portions of Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, and the Upper Michigan Peninsula are visible. Lake Michigan is seen on...
    • 1934 Official Road Map, Wisconsin

    • H.M. Gousha Company
    • 1934
    • Road map of Wisconsin compliments of Phillips Petroleum Company. The front side includes an index and scale. The reverse side shows a generic road map of the United States, with the shaded area indicating "Phillips 66 territory," and text on...
    • 1997 Traffic Map, Wisconsin

    • Wisconsin. Division of Transportation Investment Management
    • 1998 ca.
    • This map shows the annual average of daily traffic for 1997. Includes insets of Milwaukee County; Eau Claire and vicinity; Green Bay and vicinity; Appleton and vicinity; Racine-Kenosha; Madison and vicinity; and La Crosse and vicinity. A legend is...
    • 3-D Wisconsin : What We See at the Surface is a Key to the Geologic Past

    • Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey
    • 2010
    • This map is three dimensional and shows major geological landscape features. The original map was issued with 3-D glasses that enable the viewer to see the contrasting high and low elevations of the landscape. Also printed on the sheet is a small...
    • 4-H Clubs, 1934

    • 1936
    • The full title accurately describes this thematic map. It was first published in 1936 in Wisconsin’s Human and Physical Resources: a Graphic Presentation of Conditions Affecting Rural Rehabilitation (Madison, Wis.: Research Section, Resettlement...
    • [Barre township, La Crosse County]

    • Bliss, Henry I. 1831?-1896.
    • 1890?
    • This manuscript map of Township 16 North, Range 6 West, 4th Principal Meridian, encompasses the Town of Barre and the southern portion of the Town of Hamilton in La Crosse County, Wisconsin. State lands, rivers, and wetlands are shown in pen and...
    • [Bridgeport township, Crawford County, Wis.]

    • [18--?]
    • This 19th century manuscript map shows land claims near the confluence of the Wisconsin River with the Mississippi River in the Town of Bridgeport, Crawford County, Wisconsin. Acreages are given and the locations of houses and roads are shown.
    • [Carte de la Nouvelle France, 1632]

    • Champlain, Samuel de, 1567-1635.
    • 1880
    • The original of this map by Champlain accompanied his book, Voyages de la Nouvelle France Occidentale Dicte Canada Faits par le Sr de Champlain... (Paris: Claude Collet, 1632) [Voyages to Western New France, called Canada, Made by Sieur de...
    • [Cemeteries in Sheboygan County]

    • [1972?]
    • This map of Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, shows the location of cemeteries in the county. Cemeteries are indexed by town. Also shown are sections, cities and villages, roads, railroads, lakes and streams, and the Kettle Moraine.
    • [Dane County], Wis.

    • Anson, O. H. S. G. (Octavius Henry St. George)
    • 1922
    • This 1922 map of Dane County, Wisconsin, issued by the Madison Association of Commerce shows the township and range grid, towns, sections, cities and villages, state trunk highways, county roads, township roads, railroads, and lakes and streams....
    • [Four geological sketches of Wisconsin]

    • Randall, A.
    • [1872]
    • These geological sketches depict a section along the line of the 4th principal meridian from Lake Superior to the Mississippi ; a section along the 3rd correction line from the Mississippi River to 4th principal meridian ; a section on Black River...


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