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1 map: col., 36 x 29 cm. In 1831, S. Augustus Mitchell, a teacher from Connecticut, began a publishing firm in Philadelphia. By 1845, Mitchell purchased the copyright to The New Universal Atlas, the product of one of the fathers of American...
1867-04-17

1 map: col., 41 x 31 cm. Plat maps from the Whitman County cities of Belmont, Hay, and Pine City, Washington. Belmont scale 600'=1". Hay scale 400'=1". Pine City scale 400'=1". A past director of the Northern Pacific Railroad, Mr. August Belmont,...
2021-04-17

1 map: col., 40 x 36 cm. Plat map from the Whitman County city of Garfield Washington. Scale 400'=1". Located eighteen miles northeast of Colfax, the town of Garfield was platted by landowner Samuel J. Tant in 1881. The plat was filed and the...
2021-04-17

1 map: col., 46 x 40 cm. Plat map from the Whitman County city of Farmington. Scale 400'=1". In 1886, the Oregon and Washington Railway & Navigation Co. built track running from Portland into eastern Washington. The track ended at Farmington,...
2021-04-17

1 map: col., 39 x 27 cm. Plat maps from the Whitman County cities of Colton, Staley and Diamond. Colton scale 400'=1". Staley scale 400'=1". Diamond scale 400'=1". The town of Colton, eleven miles south of Pullman, began as a settlement in 1879....
2021-04-17

1 map: col., 41 x 34 cm. Plat maps from the Whitman County cities of Endicott, Almota, Revere, Pandora, and Palisades. Endicott and Almota scale 400'=1". Revere, Pandora, and Palisades scale 800'=1". Of the five platted towns, only Endicott and...
2021-04-17

1 map: col, 43 x 30 cm. Plat maps from the Whitman County cities of Hooper, Chambers and La Crosse scale 400'=1". Chambers has been described as an "odd-shaped town", consisting of one to five block streets. The shortest street, Granite, ran along...
2021-04-17

1 map: col., 40 x 32 cm. Plat map from the Whitman County city of Farmington. Scale 400'=1". Located between Union Flat, the earliest settlement founded in Whitman County (1869), and Cow Creek (1879), Union Town was named by Jesuit missionary Fr....
2021-04-17

1 map: col., 42 x 34 cm. Plat map from the Whitman County city of Steptoe. Scale 400'=1". The area now known as the town of Steptoe was called Steptoe Station at first. This is because the town began as a siding, or flag stop, for the railroad....
2021-04-17

1 map: col., 44 x 30 cm. Plat maps from the Whitman County cities of St. John, and Winona scale 400'=1". At Pleasant Valley Creek, eighteen miles northwest of Colfax, the Oregon Railway and Navigation Co. platted and filed the town in 1888. The...
2021-04-17

1 map: col., 44 x 35 cm. Plat maps from the Whitman County cities of Thornton and Elberton. Scale 400'=1". Elberton, named after Elbert, the deceased son of plat filer Sylvester M. Wait in 1886, began as the site of a mill. Located 12 miles...
2021-04-17

1 map: col., 46 x 40 cm. Plat map from the Whitman County city of Malden. Scale 400'=1". Located twenty miles north of Colfax, the town of Malden, Washington was named by the then Vice President of the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway--Mr....
2021-04-17

1 map: 14 x 19 cm. A small, footprint map of the State College of Washington campus. The map does not include street names, but all buildings are identified. Many of the periphery buildings on this map were a product of the upswing in the national...
2021-04-17

1 map; 26 x 34 cm. Scale 1/8"=100'. Map includes building, street, and church directories. Business district and paved streets are indicated. This map was prepared by the Highway Engineering Department of Washington State College (WSU). Opening...
2021-04-17

1 map; 20 x 26 cm. Map of the campus of Washington State College in Pullman, Washington. This map shows the footprints of main buildings on campus in 1938. While it designates the major roads running through the campus, it does not name them. It...
2021-04-17

1 map; 27 x 34 cm. Scale 1/8"=100' Revised January 1939 by O.A. Map includes sorority, fraternity, building, street, and church directories. Business district and paved streets are indicated. As early as 1915, President Bryan commented on the...
2021-04-17

1 map; 26 x 34 cm. Scale 1/8"=100'. Map includes building, street, and church directories. Business district and paved streets are indicated. Map prepared by Highway Engineering Department of the State Agriculture College (WSU). Under the Morrill...
2021-04-17

1 map; 20 x 20 cm. In 1892, Washington's land-grant college (Washington Agriculture College as it was then called) had its beginnings on a barren, dusty hilltop overlooking the young town of Pullman. While a number of years and many methods were...
2021-04-17

1 map; 23 x 31 cm. The campus of the state's land grant school--Washington State College in Pullman, Washington. By 1950, WSC had developed into an institution claiming over five thousand students. Four major changes took place in the five years...
2021-04-17

1 map; 14 x 19 cm. A small map of the campus of Washington State College in Pullman, Washington. During World War II, WSC learned that while it was located in rural Washington State, it still could hold an important place in the success of the...
2021-04-17

1 map; 36 x 31 cm. Scale 400'=1" TWP 14& 15 N. R. 45 E. Map contains key to buildings, halls, and churches. The town of Pullman was not more than fifteen years old when it won the honor of establishing the land grant college for Washington State...
2021-04-17

1 map; 18 x 32 cm. A map of the campus of Washington State's land-grant school--Washington State College. Set up initially with a focus on agriculture, by 1913 it also included courses in business, foreign languages, home economics,...
2021-04-17

1 map : col. ; 23 x 41 cm. From: Exploration du territoire de l'Oregon, des Californies et de la mer Vermeille, executee pendant les annees 1840, 1841 et 1842, par M. Duflot de Mofras, [Paris: Arthus Bertrand, 1844] Plate no. 18. Vice Consul for...
2021-04-17

3 maps on 1 sheet : col. ; each 58 x 40 cm. or smaller, sheet 82 x 44 cm., folded to 22 x 11 cm.
Relief shown by hachures
Shows steamship routes and includes table of distances
Text and col. ill. on verso
At head of panel title: Black...
2021-04-17

1 map: blueprint, hand col., 39 x 48 cm. Map shows location of northeastern Washington Territory, with the Colville region outlined in red. It also shows a large portion of northern Idaho territory, established in 1863. Major landforms such as the...


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