Title: General Map of the Explorations & Surveys in CaliforniaPublication Date: 1853Cartographer: Jefferson Davis/Robert Stockton WilliamsonPublisher: J. Davis, Secretary of WarSize: 26.5 X 73.5
Landmark California map. Shows The Colorado Desert and another large area (Mojave)"Unexplored Instrumentally". "Pracicable Railway Route"connects Fort Yuma to Los Angeles. Depicts settlements, roads, trails, wells, springs, rivers, even ranch owners' names (Warner's; Weaver Sr. and Jr.) and topography. Archival fold repairs. Light browning at fold (usual). Overall Good Example of the Most Important Early Railroad Exploration Map of California (Before the Gadsden Purchase, Since Arizona Is Still Sonora). Scarce Early Rr Survey Map of California from San Francisco Bay South to Baja-Over Six Feet Tall
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