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A new map of Texas, Oregon and California with the regions adjoining, compiled from the most recent authorities
Authors: Burroughs, H. N.; Mitchell, S. Augustus
Date: 1846 (Copyright date: 1925)
Includes topographic features. Indicates the locations of forts. Shows the trails and routes identified as the Great Spanish Trail from P. Angelos (Pueblo de los Angelos, now Los Angeles) to Santa Fe, Lewis and Clarkes (sic) route and Fremont's route. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Designates Oregon Trail as Oregon route on map and Emigrant Route from Missouri to Oregon in table of distances. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Caravan route to Santa Fe. Copyright date 1925. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Burroughs, H. N.; Maps; Mitchell, S. Augustus


Map of the United States and their territories between the Mississippi and Pacific Ocean, and part of Mexico.
Authors: Bureau of the Corps of Topographical Engineers
Date: 1850
Map shows a synthesis of the many and varied cartographic activities of the U. S. Army in the West since the onset of the Mexican War. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts and missions. Indicates unnamed trails and routes. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Bureau of the Corps of Topographical Engineers; Maps; United States. Army


Map of the United States Engraved to Illustrate Mitchell's School and Family Geography
Authors: Mitchell, S. Augustus; Williams, W.
Date: 1852
Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Route of the Missouri Traders to Santa Fe. Shows Oregon Trail identified as Route to Oregon. Shows western Kansas identified as Great American Desert. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Inset map: Map of the Gold Region of California. Removed from Mitchell's School Atlas, Comprising the Maps and Tables Designed to Accompany Mitchell's School and Family Geography. Shows capitals of states and countries, railroads, canals and population statistics for cities and towns. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Maps; Mitchell, S. Augustus; Williams, W.


Map showing the location of the Indian Tribes within the United States. Compiled and Drawn by Captn. S. Eastman U. S. A. 1852.
Authors: Eastman, Seth ; Williams, W.
Date: 1852
Early map showing Native American inhabitants in Oregon. Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Shows Santa Fe Trail. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from unknown source. Upper right margin: Plate 21. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Eastman, Seth; Maps; Native Americans; Williams, W.


Map of the Indian Colonies west of Missouri and Arkansas Compiled and Drawn by S. Eastman, Capt. U. S. Army. 1853.
Authors: Eastman, Seth ; Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe
Date: 1853
Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Shows Santa Fe Trail. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from Schoolcraft's Information Respecting the History, Condition and Prospects of the Indian Tribes of the United States: Collected and Prepared Under the Direction of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, per Act of Congress of March 3d, 1847. Upper right margin: Pl. 24. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Eastman, Seth; Maps; Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe


A New Map of the United States. Upon which are delineated its vast works of Internal communication, routes across the continent &c. Showing also Canada and the Island of Cuba. Content Date: 1854
Authors: Williams, W.
Date: 1854
Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Shows Pawnee Trail, J. C. Fremont's Route, Lieut. W. H. Whiting's Route and various other routes. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Trader's Route from Independence Mo. to Santa Fe. Shows Oregon Trail identified as Oregon Route and as Route from Independence Mo. to Oregon via South Pass. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Inset maps: Map of California, Oregon, New Mexico, Utah &c., Map of the Island of Cuba, City & Harbor of Havana, Map of the Niagara River and Falls. Shows railroads, canals, common roads, swamps, and railroads in progress. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Maps; Williams, W.


United States
Authors: Weller, Edward
Date: 1854
Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Removed from unknown source with page numbers XXIX, XXX. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Maps; Weller, Edward


Nebraska Territory: Kansas Territory
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1854
Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates correction and boundary lines. Shows public surveys of northeastern Kansas and eastern Nebraska. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Land surveys; Maps


Nebraska and Kansas.
Authors: J. H. Colton & Co.
Date: 1854
Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts, villages and missions. Shows General Stephen Kearny's Route and J. C. Fremont's Route. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Route. Shows Oregon Trail identified as Oregon Route. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Includes illustrations of Native Americans, wolves, bear, buffalo, elk, beaver, coyotes and covered wagon. Inset map: Map of the Territory Acquired from Mexico by the Gadsden Treaty 1854. Inset map of United States. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: J. H. Colton & Co.; Maps


Map of Kanzas & Nebraska from the original surveys. Drawn & Engraved for Hale's History.
Authors: Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909; Sharp, William Comely
Date: 1854
Includes topographic features.Indicates locations of forts. Identifies proposed route for a railroad to the West Coast as Gov. Stevens' Survey For a Pacific R. R. 1853. Identifies proposed route for a railroad to the West Coast as Col. Fremont's Route For a Pacific R. R. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Shows Compromise line of 36? 30'. Removed from Hale's Kanzas and Nebraska: The History, Geographical and Physical Characteristics and Political Position of Those Territories.Archaic spelling of Kansas. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Hale, Edward Everett, 1822-1909; Maps; Sharp, William Comely


Map of Nebraska and Kansas Territories. Showing the Location of the Indian Reserves, according to the Treaties of 1854. Compiled by S. Eastman, Captain, U. S. A.
Authors: E. S. Duval & Co.; Eastman, Seth
Date: 1854
Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fee trail. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Includes Notes From Indian Treaties Made in1854 (text) below map title. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); E. S. Duval and Co.; Eastman, Seth; Maps; Native Americans


Colton's map of the United States of America
Authors: J. H. Colton & Co.
Date: 1855
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Shows three proposed routes for a railroad to West Coast identified as Proposed Route For Pacific R. R. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Route. Shows Fremonts Route 1843. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from unknown source with page numbers 7 and 8. Verso: Population Statistics of the United States - 1850. The United States of America - No. III (text). Shows railroads, canals, and state capitals. Shows updated railroad routes; however, no changes are apparent in Kansas portion of map. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: J. H. Colton & Co.; Maps; Railroads


The United States of America
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1855
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts and missions. Shows three proposed routes for a railroad to West Coast identified as Proposed Route For Pacific R. R. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Route. Shows Fremonts Route 1843. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from unknown source with page numbers 7 and 8. Shows railroads, canals and state capitals. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); J. H. Colton & Co.; Maps; Native Americans; Railroads


Nebraska and Kanzas.
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1855
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Route Explored for Pacific Railroad by Capt. Gunnison. Identifies Route Explored for Pacific Railroad by Lieut. Beskwith. Identifies route for a proposed railroad to the West Coast as Gov. Stevens' Route & Line of Proposed Pacific Railroad Updated railroad routes are shown on map; however, no changes show on Kansas portion of map. Indicates Native American inhabitation Removed from Colton's Atlas of the World with page number 50. Archaic spelling of Kansas. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); J. H. Colton & Co.; Maps; Native Americans; Railroads


Nebraska and Kanzas.
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1855
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Route Explored for Pacific Railroad by Capt. Gunnison. Identifies Route Explored for Pacific Railroad by Lieut. Beskwith. Identifies route for a proposed railroad to the West Coast as Gov. Stevens' Route & Line of Proposed Pacific Railroad. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from Colton's Atlas of the World with page number 50. Archaic spelling of Kansas. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: J. H. Colton & Co.; Maps; Railroads


Nebraska and Kanzas.
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1855
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Identifies Route Explored for Pacific Railroad by Capt. Gunnison. Identifies Route Explored for Pacific Railroad by Lieut. Beskwith. Identifies a route for a proposed railroad to the West Coast as Gov. Stevens' Route & Line of the Proposed Pacific Railroad. Manuscript notations on Nebraska, Iowa and Minnesota portions of map. Removed from Moffette's The Territories of Kansas and Nebraska. Archaic spelling of Kansas. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Maps; Railroads


Nebraska and Kanzas
Authors: J. H. Colton & Co.
Date: 1855
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from Joseph F. Moffette's The Territories of Kansas and Nebraska. Archaic spelling of Kansas. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: J. H. Colton & Co.; Maps


Sketch of the Public Surveys in Kansas & Nebraska.
Authors: A. Hoen & Co.; Calhoun, J.
Date: 1855
Indicates location of Fort Leavenworth. Indicates Native American inhabitation. At head of title: No. 1. Shows surveyed lands in eastern Nebraska and northeastern Kansas. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: A. Hoen and Co.; Calhoun, J.; Land surveys; Maps


Nebraska and Kanzas
Authors: J. H. Colton & Co.
Date: 1855
The map, published in 1855, showed the eastern portions of both Kansas and Nebraska. The Nebraska portion depicts the counties that had been established at that time. The Kansas portion included cities, various Indian reservations, and rivers.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Indian lands; Maps; Native Americans; Nebraska Territory


Kansas and Nebraska
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1855
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Archaic county names and boundaries in Kansas. Shows railroad lines. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Maps; Railroads


Map, Topeka Town Lots
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: c. 1855
This map includes the lot numbers as laid out in the original plan for the city of Topeka. It was probably created by Franklin Crane on behalf of the Topeka Association.

Keywords: Maps; Topeka Association; Topeka, Kansas; Town development; Town lots


Sketch of the Public Surveys in Kansas & Nebraska
Authors: Searl, Albert D.; Whitman, E. B.
Date: 1855
Indicates location of Fort Leavenworth. Indicates Native American inhabitation. At head of title: No. 1. Shows surveyed lands in eastern Nebraska and northeastern Kansas. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Maps; Photographs and Illustrations; Surveyor General (see United States. Surveyor General); United States. Surveyor General


Map, Topeka Town Lots
Authors: Topeka Association
Date: c. January 1856
This hand drawn map of Topeka, Kansas was probably created by Franklin L. Crane on behalf of the Topeka Association. The accounts of the Topeka Association included elsewhere described how Crane numbered the lots to keep track of who owned which lots so the association could to sell unclaimed lots.

Keywords: Maps; Shawnee County, Kansas Territory; Streets; Topeka Association; Topeka, Kansas Territory; Town lots; Town settlement


Letter, Hiram Hill to E. B. Whitman
Authors: Hill, Hiram
Date: March 28, 1856
Hiram Hill wrote from Williamsburgh, Massachusetts, to E.B. Whitman, presumably in Lawrence, Kansas Territory. Hill asked him for the news of Lawrence, including the progress of several buildings' construction and the development of Whitman's map. Hill also inquired about Wyandotte and Shawnee Indian lands in the area, and expressed his interest in investing in them, as long as the land was good.

Keywords: Free State Hotel; Hill, Hiram; Indian lands; Lawrence buildings; Lawrence, Kansas Territory; Maps; Shawnee Indians; Wyandot Indians


Map of Eastern Kansas
Authors: Searl, Albert D.; Whitman, E. B.
Date: 1856
An 1856 map of eastern Kansas. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts, missions, and post offices. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Includes illustrations: Ruins of Eldridge House, Lawrence, Kansas, Destroyed May 21st 1856. Constitution Hall, Topeka, Kansas. Eldridge House, Lawrence, Kansas. Includes inset map of Fort Riley. Shows towns, roads and adjoining boundaries of Nebraska Territory and Missouri. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Maps; Searl, Albert D.; Whitman and Searl; Whitman, E. B.


A new map of Nebraska, Kansas, New Mexico and Indian Territories.
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1856
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Shows Apache Trail, Fremont's Route, Lewis and Clark Route, and other named routes. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Route. Shows Oregon Trail identified as Oregon Route. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from unknown source with page number 38. Shows routes of Pacific Railroad. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Maps; Pacific railroads


Plan of the public surveys in Kansas & Nebraska
Authors: Ackerman Lith.; Calhoun, J.
Date: 1856
Indicates location of Fort Leavenworth. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Upper right margin: Senate Ex Doc No. 5 3d Session 34th Congress. Shows extent of surveys of eastern Nebraska and northeastern Kansas. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Calhoun, J.; Land surveys; Maps


A new map of Nebraska, Kansas, New Mexico and Indian Territories.
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1856
Includes topographic features.Indicates locations of forts.Shows Apache Trail, Fremont's Route, Lewis and Clark Route, and other named routes. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Route. Shows Oregon Trail identified as Oregon Route. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from unknown source with page number 38. Archaic county boundaries and names in Kansas. Shows route of Pacific Railroad. Updated railroad routes and features are shown on map. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Maps; Railroads


A new map of Nebraska, Kansas, New Mexico and Indian Territories.
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1856
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Shows Apache Trail, Fremont's Route, Lewis and Clark Route, and other named routes. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Route. Shows Oregon Trail identified as Oregon Route. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from unknown source with page number 38. Shows route of Pacific Railroad. Updated railroad routes and features are shown on map; however, Kansas portion of map appears the same. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Maps; Railroads


Johnson's Nebraska and Kansas.
Authors: Johnson & Browning
Date: 1856
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from unknown source with page number 51. Identifies Route Explored for Pacific Railroad by Capt. Gunnison. Identifies Route Explored for Pacific Railroad by Lieut. Beskwith. Identifies route for a proposed railroad to the West Coast as Gov. Stevens' Route & Line of the Proposed Pacific Railroad. Shows railroad routes for Dubuque & Pacific Railroad, Iowa Central Railroad, Mississippi & Missouri Railroad, and Nebraska & Iowa Southern Railroad. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Maps; Railroads


The Kanzas Region: Forest, Prairie, Desert, Mountain, Vale, and River.
Authors: Greene, Max.
Date: 1856
The title page for this volume continued with "Descriptions of scenery, climate, wild productions, capabilities of soil, and commercial resources; interspersed with incidents of travel, and anecdotes illustrative of the character of the traders and red men; to which are added directions as to routes, outfit for the pioneer, and sketches of desirable localities for present settlement." A small map is opposite the title page. The "Addenda" included several "Laws Governing Kanzas," a section on the objects and plans of an Emigrant Aid Company, information about the American Settlement Company, and prices for various items in Lawrence. Also included in the "Addenda" was the text of the Kansas Nebraska Act, which was not scanned as it is available elsewhere on this site.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); American Settlement Company; Emigrant aid companies; Land; Land acquisition; Landscape; Maps; Native Americans; Prices; Settlement


Kansas and Nebraska
Authors: Morse & Gaston
Date: 1856
Hand colored. Includes topographic features Indicates locations of forts. Shows Oregon Trail identified as Great Emigrant Route to Oregon and California. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Shows Lewis & Clark's route. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Archaic county names and boundaries in Kansas. Shows route of proposed railroad to the West Coast identified as Central Rail Road Route to the Pacific. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Lewis and Clark; Maps; Native Americans; Railroads


Township map of Kansas compiled from the U. S. Surveys and actual Observation
Authors: Middleton, Wallace & Co.; Propper, George N.
Date: 1856
Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Shows Oregon Trail. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe & California Trail. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Archaic county names and boundaries. Shows emigrant roads and common roads. Shows railroad routes identified as Manhattan and Leavenworth Rail Road Route and Pacific Rail Road. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Maps; Native Americans; Propper, George N.; Railroads


Territories of the United States
Authors: Morse, C. W. ; Walker, Charles
Date: 1856
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts and Catholic missions. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from C. W. Morse's General Atlas of the World. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Catholic Church Missions; Maps; Native Americans


Map of Eastern Kansas
Authors: L. H. Bradford & Co's Lith.; Searl, A. ; Whitman, E. B.
Date: 1856
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts, missions, and post offices. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Includes illustrations: Ruins of Eldridge House, Lawrence, Kansas, Destroyed May 21st 1856. Constitution Hall, Topeka, Kansas. Eldridge House, Lawrence, Kansas. Includes insert map of Fort Riley. Shows towns, roads and adjoining boundaries of Nebraska Territory and Missouri. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Constitution Hall, Topeka, Kansas Territory; Eldridge House; Fort Riley, Kansas Territory; Forts; Maps; Missions; Native Americans


Broadside, Chicago and Burlington Railroad "Iowa and Kanzas Spring Arrangement", 1856
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: 1856
This 1856 advertisement for the Chicago and Burlington Railroad presented its new seasonal schedule, or "Spring Arrangement", which included maps and information about the company's routes from Chicago to Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri, and connection with stagecoach lines in Kansas.

Keywords: Emigration and immigration; Illinois; Iowa; Maps; Missouri; Railroad companies; Railroads; Stagecoaches; Transportation; Travel


Map, Kansas and Nebraska
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: 1856
This 1856 map included not only Kansas, Nebraska, and Indian Territory (present day Oklahoma), but also Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Wisconsin, and Illinois, and marked the counties in those states and territories as they existed at that time.

Keywords: Arkansas; Illinois; Indian lands; Iowa; Kansas Territory; Maps; Minnesota; Missouri; Nebraska Territory; Wisconsin


Map of Quindaro, Kanzas [Territory]
Authors: Bassett, Owen A.
Date: 1856
This map of Quindaro, Kansas Territory also features inset maps of planned railroad routes from New England to K.T. and the "Kanzas Valley". Quindaro was originally a part of Leavenworth County until Wyandotte County was founded in 1859. The town has since been absorbed into present day Kansas City, Kansas.

Keywords: Bassett, O. A. (Owen Abbot); Leavenworth County, Kansas Territory; Maps; Quindaro, Kansas Territory; Railroads


Map of the Shawnee and Wyandott Lands
Authors: Lawrence, Robert J. ; United States., Surveyor General
Date: March 1857
This map, compiled by Robert J. Lawrence, shows lands of the Shawnee and Wyandot Indians where present day Wyandotte and Johnson Counties are now situated. It includes the towns of Kansas City and Westport, both in Missouri, as well as Quindaro, Wyandotte, and Lawrence, in Kansas Territory.

Keywords: Indian lands; Johnson County, Kansas Territory; Lawrence, Robert J.; Maps; Shawnee Indians; Wyandot Indians; Wyandotte County, Kansas Territory


Letter, Ladd [Erastus] & Prentiss to H. Hill Esq.
Authors: Ladd, Erastus D
Date: June 27 & 29, 1857
Erastus Ladd wrote from Lawrence, Kansas Territory, to Hiram Hill, who had returned from the Territory to Massachusetts. Ladd explained that the delay in Hill's receiving a map of West Lawrence was on account of the sinking of the steamboat on which the maps were shipped. He also asked Hill for his confirmation of the maintenance agreement several of Hill's renters claimed were in place. Ladd told Hill that new businesses had rented space in his Cincinnati House (previously a boarding house).

Keywords: District Court (see United States. District Court (Kansas Territory)); Douglas County, Kansas Territory; Hill, Hiram; Ladd, Erastus D.; Maps; Prentiss, S.B.; Real estate investment; West Lawrence, Kansas Territory


Letter, E.D. Ladd to Hiram Hill Esq.
Authors: Ladd, Erastus D
Date: July 14, 1857
Erastus Ladd wrote from Lawrence, Kansas Territory, to Hiram Hill, in Massachusetts. Ladd enclosed with this note a map of Lawrence along with a list of Hill's properties in West Lawrence. He also alluded to a "town site question", which may refer to questionable business practices on the part of Samuel N. Simpson, during the development of Quindaro, Kansas Territory.

Keywords: Douglas County, Kansas Territory; Hill, Hiram; Ladd, Erastus D.; Maps; Real estate investment; Town development; Town lots; West Lawrence, Kansas Territory


Map, "Guide to Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, & Kansas
Authors: Smith, John Calvin
Date: 1857
This 1857 "Guide" maps the township lines of the United States surveys, as well as the location of cities, towns, villages, post hamlets, canals, rail and stage roads of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, and Kansas. The map also includes a list of 1850 census statistics.

Keywords: Census; Cities and towns; Illinois; Indiana; Iowa; Kansas Territory; Maps; Michigan; Minnesota; Missouri; Nebraska Territory; Ohio; Postal service; Railroads; Smith, John Calvin; Stagecoaches; Wisconsin


Map, Palmyra, Kansas Territory
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: 1857
Palmyra, Kansas Territory was a small town settled on 320 acres in Douglas County south of Lawrence, and served primarily as a service station to settlers traveling West on the Santa Fe Trail. In 1858, the town purchased land to the South, and donated it to establish Baker University and the city of Baldwin, both of which have survived to the present day.

Keywords: Douglas County, Kansas Territory; Maps; Palmyra, Kansas Territory`


Map, Territory of Kanzas and Indian Territory
Authors: Rogers, H.D.
Date: 1857
Map shows Kansas and Nebraska Territories, and Indian Territory (present day Oklahoma). Proposed Pacific Railroad routes are marked in purple. Existing counties are indicated.

Keywords: Indian lands; Johnston, A. Keith; Kansas Territory; Maps; Pacific railroads; Rogers, H.D.


Mac Lean & Lawrences Sectional Map of Kansas Territory Compiled From the U. S. Survey's by C. P. Wiggin.
Authors: Wiggin, C. P. ; Wm. Schuchman & Bro., Lith.
Date: 1857
Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Shows Santa Fe & Kansas City Road, St. Joseph & California Road, Fr Leavenworth & Fr Riley Road, Leavenworth & Santa Fe Road and other unnamed roads. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Archaic county names and boundaries. Shows Kansas Valley Railroad and Galveston & Kansas City Railroad. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Native Americans; Railroads; Wiggin, C. P.


Johnson's Missouri and Kansas.
Authors: Johnson & Ward
Date: 1857
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts and missions. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Shows Pony Express Route. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Includes illustrations: Spearing Fish, Santa Fe from the Great Missouri Trail, and Fire on the Prairie. Removed from unknown source with page numbers 59 and 60.Verso: Historical and Statistical View of the United States, 1860 (text) with page numbers 72 and 71. Shows Proposed Route of Pacific Railroad. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Missions; Native Americans; Pony express; Railroads


Sketch of the country near the Southern Boundary of Kansas
Authors: Bien, J. ; Weyss, J. E.
Date: 1857
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Shows route of Lt. Amiel Weeks Whipple T. E. 1853. Shows Aubrey's Trail. Includes profile of elevations by Dr. Wizlizenus. Upper right margin: House Ex. Doc. No. 103, 1st Session. 35th Cong. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Forts; Maps; Weyss, J. E.


Johnson's Missouri and Kansas.
Authors: Johnson & Browning
Date: 1857
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts and missions. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Shows Pony Express Route. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Includes illustrations: Santa Fe from the Great Missouri Trail, Spearing Fish and Fire on the Prairie Removed from unknown source with page numbers 48 and 49. Archaic county names and boundaries in Kansas. Shows Proposed Route of Pacific Railroad. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Johnson & Browning; Maps; Missions; Native Americans; Railroads


Colton's Kansas and Nebraska.
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1857
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts and missions. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from unknown source with page number 50.Verso: The Territories of New Mexico and Utah (text). Archaic county names and boundaries in Kansas. Shows state capitals, county seats, villages, railroads and common roads. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Missions; Native Americans


Map of the United States and their territories between the Mississippi and the Pacific Ocean and part of Mexico. Compiled from surveys made under the order of W. H. Emory. Major 1st Cavalry, U. S. Commissioner. And from the Maps of the Pacific Railroad.
Authors: Jekyll, Thomas ; Selmar Siebert's Engraving & Printing Est.
Date: 1857
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Upper margin: United States & Mexican Boundary Survey. General Map. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Forts; Jekyll, Thomas; Maps


Map Showing the progress of the Public Surveys in the territories of Kansas and Nebraska To accompany Annual Report of the Surveyor General. 1857.
Authors: Calhoun, J. ; Wagner & McGuigan, Lith.
Date: 1857
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe and Westport Road. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Shows boundary lines between Kansas and Nebraska and the southern boundary of Kansas. Upper right margin: Sen. Ex. Doc. No. 11 & Ho. Ex. Doc. No. 2 - 1st Sess. 35th Cong.At head of title: (3.) Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Calhoun, J.; Forts; Land surveys; Maps; Surveyor General (see United States. Surveyor General); United States. Surveyor General


Kansas and Nebraska.
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1857
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts and missions. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from G. W. Colton's General Atlas with page number 52. Verso: The Territories of New Mexico and Utah (text). Archaic county names and boundaries in Kansas. Shows state capitals, railroads and common roads. Includes district names and locations of land offices in list at lower left. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Missions; Native Americans


Nebraska and Kansas.
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1857
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Shows Oregon Trail identified as Oregon Road. Shows J. C. Fremont's Route and General Stephen Kearney's Route 1846. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Includes illustrations of fox, bear, deer, Native American hunting, beavers and covered wagon. Inset map: Territory Acquired from Mexico by the Gadsden Treaty. Inset map at lower left of border between Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri and Iowa showing archaic county names and boundaries in Kansas. Shows three routes of Pacific Railroad: Northern, Central and Southern. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Native Americans; Railroads


Nebraska and Kanzas.
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1857
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from unknown source with page number 52. Verso: The Territories of New Mexico and Utah (text). Identifies Route Explored for Pacific Railroad by Capt. Gunnison. Identifies Route Explored for Pacific Railroad by Lieut. Beskwith. Identifies proposed route for a railroad to the West Coast as Gov. Stevens' Route & Line of the Proposed Pacific Railroad. Archaic spelling of Kansas. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Native Americans; Railroads


Nebraska and Kanzas.
Authors: J. H. Colton & Co.
Date: 1857
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts .Indicates Native American inhabitation. Inset map: Map of the Surveyed Portion of Nebraska. Prepared for Woolworth's Nebraska in 1857. From the Ignace Mead Jones Collection of James R. Mead Papers, MS 91-03, held by WSU Special Collections. Identifies Route Explored for Pacific Railroad by Capt. Gunnison. Identifies Route Explored for Pacific Railroad by Lieut. Beskwith. Identifies proposed route for a railroad to the West Coast as Gov. Stevens' Route & Line of the Proposed Pacific Railroad. Archaic spelling of Kansas. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; J. H. Colton & Co.; Maps; Native Americans; Railroads


Map Illustrating the General Geological Features of the country West of the Mississippi River. Compiled from the surveys of W. H. Emory and from the Pacific Railroad Surveys & other sources.
Authors: Hall, James ; Jekyll, Thomas ; Lesley, J. P. ; Savony, Major & Knapp
Date: 1857
Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Forts; Hall, James; Jekyll, Thomas; Lesley, J. P.; Maps


Sectional map of the territory of Kansas Compiled from the Field Notes in the Surveyor General's Office
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1857
Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts and missions. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Archaic county names and boundaries. Shows Fort Laramie Road. Shows cities and unnamed roads. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Land surveys; Maps; Missions; Native Americans; Surveyor General (see United States. Surveyor General); United States. Surveyor General


Nebraska and Kansas
Authors: J. H. Colton & Co.
Date: 1858
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Includes map of Minnesota on same sheet. Inset map: Vicinity of the Falls of St. Anthony. Archaic county names and boundaries in Kansas. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Forts; Maps; Minnesota


Map Showing the progress of the Public Surveys in the territories of Kansas and Nebraska. To accompany Annual Report of the Surveyor General, 1858.
Authors: Burnett, Ward B.; Graham, C. B. ; United States., Surveyor General
Date: 1858
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Upper left margin: Sen. Ex. Doc. No. 1, Ho. Ex. No. 2, 2nd Sess. 35th Con. At head of title: (4) Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Native Americans


Map, Ream's sectional map of the territory of Kansas
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: 1858
Map of Kansas Territory counties, with Washington, Dickinson, and Clay counties as a Western boundary.

Keywords: Allen County, Kansas Territory; Anderson County, Kansas Territory; Atchison County, Kansas Territory; Bourbon County, Kansas Territory; Breckinridge County, Kansas Territory (see also Lyon County, Kansas); Brown County, Kansas Territory; Butler County, Kansas Territory; Calhoun County, Kansas Territory (see also Jackson County, Kansas Territory); Clay County, Kansas Territory; Coffey County, Kansas Territory; Davis County, Kansas Territory; Dickinson County, Kansas Territory; Doniphan County, Kansas Territory; Dorn County, Kansas Territory; Douglas County, Kansas Territory; Franklin County, Kansas Territory; Godfrey County, Kansas Territory; Greenwood County, Kansas Territory; Hunter County, Kansas Territory; Jackson County, Kansas Territory (see also Calhoun County, Kansas Territory); Jefferson County, Kansas Territory; Johnson County, Kansas Territory; Leavenworth County, Kansas Territory; Linn County, Kansas Territory; Lykins County, Kansas Territory (see also Miami County, Kansas); Lyon County, Kansas (see also Breckinridge County, Kansas Territory); Madison County, Kansas Territory; Maps; Marshall County, Kansas Territory; McGhee County, Kansas Territory; Miami County, Kansas (see also Lykins County, Kansas Territory); Nemaha County, Kansas Territory; Pottawatomie County, Kansas Territory; Richardson County, Kansas Territory; Riley County, Kansas Territory; Shawnee County, Kansas Territory; Washington County, Kansas Territory; Weller County, Kansas Territory; Wilson County, Kansas Territory; Woodson County, Kansas Territory


Circular to Kansas Emigrants
Authors: Beidler, Harry M.
Date: cira 1858
This printed circular was written by Harry M. Beidler and promoted the advantages of Atchison, Kansas Territory as a shipping point as well as a city in which to locate. There is a map at the top of the page showing the distance from Atchison to various points in Kansas. The advertisement indicated that Atchison was the closest river town to various communities, particularly thos on the Kansas river. It discussed that Atchison was to have the first railroad connection in Kansas Territory. Beidler described the city and its various businesses. A table set into the document showed who had shipped goods through Atchison, the destination of those goods, the number of wagons used, and the poundage of merchandise shipped.

Keywords: Atchison County, Kansas Territory; Atchison, Kansas Territory; Beidler, Harry M.; Emigration and immigration; Freight and freightage; Maps; Missouri River; Natural resources; Transportation


Johnson's Missouri and Kansas.
Authors: Johnson & Ward
Date: 1858
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Includes illustrations: Santa Fe from the Great Missouri Trail, Spearing Fish, and Fire on the Prairie. Removed from unknown source with page numbers 58 and 59. Verso: Historical and Statistical View of the United States, 1860 (text) with page numbers 71 and 70. Archaic county names and boundaries in Kansas. Shows Proposed Route of Pacific Railroad. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Native Americans; Pacific railroads


Gunn's New Map of Kansas and the Gold Mines Embracing all the Public Surveys up to the 6th Principal Meridian.
Authors: Gunn, O.B. (Otis Berthoude, 1828-1901) ; Schuchman, Wm.
Date: 1859
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Shows named and unnamed roads, including Route from Missouri River to Gold Regions via Santa Fe Road, Fort Leavenworth and Santa Fe Road via Fort Riley, and Missouri River and Gold Regions via Kansas River Fort Riley and Smoky Hill Fort. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Includes illustration of portrait of George Washington which marks the Pottawattamie (sic) Reserve. Inset map: Routes from the Missouri River to the Kansas Gold Mines. Removed from Gunn's New map and hand-book of Kansas and the Gold Mines. Archaic county names and boundaries in Kansas. Shows proposed Leavenworth & Platte City Railroad and proposed Parkville & Grand River Railroad. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Forts; Kansas gold mines; Maps; Railroads


A New Map of Kansas
Authors: Herline & Hensel; Holmes, W. H.
Date: 1859
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Shows routes of explorers and topographical engineers, including Major W. H. Emory, Lieut. W. G. Peck, Captain Nathan Boone, Captain J. C. Fremont, Captain J. Pope, Lieut. Franklin, Colonel Sumner, Lieut. I. C. Woodruff and Major Carry. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from unknown source. Archaic county names and boundaries. Shows unnamed roads and railroad. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Native Americans; Topographical Engineers, Bureau of the Corps of


Nebraska and Kanzas.
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1859
Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Identifies Route Explored for Pacific Railroad by Capt. Gunnison. Identifies Route Explored for Pacific Railroad by Lieut. Beskwith. Archaic spelling of Kansas. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Native Americans; Pacific railroads


Johnson's Missouri and Kansas.
Authors: Johnson & Browning
Date: 1859
Includes topographic information. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Indicates Western Limit of Habitable Land. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Includes illustrations: Spearing Fish, Santa Fe from the Great Missouri Trail, and Fire on the Prairie. Removed from unknown source with page numbers 48 and 49. Archaic county names and boundaries reflect the organization of Kansas before February 11, 1859. Shows Route to Denver City, Proposed Route of Pacific Railroad and other unnamed railroad lines and roads. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Native Americans


Map Showing the progress of the Public Surveys in the territories of Kansas and Nebraska To accompany Annual Report of the Surveyor General 1859.
Authors: Bien, J. ; Burnett, Ward B.; United States., Surveyor General
Date: 1859
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Upper right margin: (Sen. Ex. Doc. No. 2, 1st Sess. 36th Cong.) Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Land surveys; Maps; Native Americans; Surveyor General (see United States. Surveyor General); United States. Surveyor General


Colton's Kansas and Nebraska.
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1859
Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Santa Fe Road. Shows Pony Express Route. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from unknown source with page number 50. Archaic county names and boundaries in Kansas. Shows common roads. Shows Proposed Route of Pacific Railroad. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Native Americans; Pacific railroads


J. H. Colton's Map of Missouri and Kansas.
Authors: J. H. Colton & Co.
Date: 1859
Hand colored. Includes topographic features .Indicates locations of forts. Shows route of Topographical Engineers, 1853. Shows Pony Express Route. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from unknown source with page number 17. Archaic county names and boundaries in Kansas. Shows railroads. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Native Americans; Topographical Engineers, Bureau of the Corps of


Legal document, Survey of Lane and Chapman plots
Authors: Searl, Albert D.
Date: January 1860
This document contains a certified survey by A. D. Searl, Deputy Surveyor of Douglas County, of the land plots disputed by James Lane and Gaius Jenkins. In this assessment, taken after the death of Jenkins at the hand of Lane in June 1858, Jenkins' property is shown as belonging to a man Chapman. A. N. Blackledge, clerk for the U.S. District Court, 2nd Judicial district, Douglas County, signed the document as a witness.

Keywords: Blackledge, A.N.; Jenkins, Gaius; Land claim disputes; Lane, James Henry, 1814-1866; Legal documents; Maps; Searl, Albert D.


Map Showing the progress of the Public Surveys in the Territories of Kansas and Nebraska To accompany Annual Report of the Surveyor General 1860.
Authors: Bien, J. ; Burnett, Ward B.; United States., Surveyor General
Date: 1860
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Upper right margin: (Sen. Ex. Doc. No. 1, 2nd Sess. 36th Cong.) At head of title: (6) Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Land surveys; Maps; Native Americans; United States. Surveyor General


Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas.
Authors: Mitchell, S. Augustus
Date: 1860
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Removed from Mitchell's New General Atlas with page number 33. Archaic county names and boundaries in Kansas. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: Forts; Illinois; Iowa; Maps; Missouri; Nebraska Territory


Map, Doniphan County
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: ca. 1860
"Map of Doniphan County Kansas, showing the location of Highland." The map is not dated.

Keywords: Doniphan County, Kansas Territory; Highland, Kansas Territory; Maps; Missouri River


Nebraska, Kansas and Dacotah.
Authors: McNally, Francis ; Stuart, Oliver
Date: 1860
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from McNally's An Improved System of Geography with page number 44. Verso: Oregon, Washington, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona (text) with page number 43. Right margin: McNally's System of Geography, Map No. 18. Archaic spelling of Dakota. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Dakota Territory; Forts; Maps; Native Americans; Nebraska Territory


Map of the United States, and Territories, together with Canada &c.
Authors: Mitchell, S. Augustus
Date: 1860
Hand colored. Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Identifies Santa Fe Trail as Route to Santa Fe. Shows Pony Express Route. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Inset maps of Pensacola Bay and Hampton Roads and Norfolk Harbor. Possibly removed from Mitchell's New General Atlas with page number 9. Shows roads. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Native Americans


Johnson's Nebraska, Dakota, Colorado, & Kansas.
Authors: Johnson & Browning
Date: 1861
Indicates locations of forts. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Removed from unknown source with page number 51. Shows proposed routes for Pacific Railroad. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Native Americans


United States
Authors: Unknown
Date: 1861
Indicates locations of forts. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Shows statehood boundaries of Kansas. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections. Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Maps; Native Americans


Map Showing the progress of the Public Surveys in Kansas and Nebraska, To accompany Annual Report of the Surveyor General 1861.
Authors: Delahay, Mark W.; United States., Surveyor General
Date: 1861
Includes topographic features. Indicates locations of forts. Shows location of mission. Indicates Native American inhabitation. Upper right margin: Sen. Ex. Doc. No. 1, 37th Cong. 2nd Sess. At head of title: (7). Link to scanned image at Wichita State University Libraries - Special Collections.

Keywords: American Indians (see also Native Americans); Forts; Land surveys; Maps; Native Americans; Surveyor General (see United States. Surveyor General); United States. Surveyor General


Map, Gebiet von Kansas ["Territory of Kansas"]
Authors: Meilen, Geogr.
Date: c. 1860s?
Undated map of eastern Kansas and western Missouri. These regions are home to the many battles and skirmishes between free state and proslavery supporters.

Keywords: Kansas Territory; Maps; Settlement; Town sites; Travel


Lithograph, Sumner, Kansas Territory
Authors: No authors specified.
Date: c.1855
Lithograph, published by Middleton, Strobridge & Co., Cincinnati, OH, showing Sumner, Kansas Territory, c.1855. At the bottom of the lithograph, there is a small map of northeast Kansas.

Keywords: Atchison County, Kansas Territory; Lithographs; Maps; Middleton, Strobridge & Co.; Steamboats; Sumner, Kansas Territory; Town development


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

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