Lewis University Historic Maps, 1540-1942 (Lewis University)
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A New Map of Illinois with its Proposed Canals, Roads & Distances from Place to Place along the State & Steam Boat Routes, 1836
A New Map of Illinois with its Proposed Canals, Roads & Distances from Place to Place along the State & Steam Boat Routes, 1836
TitleA New Map of Illinois with its Proposed Canals, Roads & Distances from Place to Place along the State & Steam Boat Routes, 1836
DescriptionColored map of Illinois, with inset of the southern part of Wisconsin. Lists steam boat routes from St. Louis to Prairie du Chien and to the Vermillion River. Includes an explanation in bottom right corner along with a scale of miles. States at the bottom of map: "Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1836, by H. S. Tanner, in the Clerks Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania." Taken from Tanner's Universal Atlas.
SubjectIllinois (U. S.) -- Maps
CreatorH. S. Tanner
PublisherH. S. Tanner, Philadelphia
ContributorsEngraved by J. & W. W. Warr.
Date (Original)1836
Geographic CoverageIllinois
Physical Description31 cm. x 39 cm.
Scale2.5 in. : 80 miles
TypeImage
FormatImage/tiff
Publisher (Digital)Lewis University
IdentifierNewMapIL-1836
SourceClick on this link for more historical information on the Joliet, Illinois area. http://www.lewisu.edu/imcanal
LanguageEnglish
RightsAll rights held by Lewis University. For permission to reproduce, distribute, or otherwise use this image, please contact the Howard and Lois Adelmann Regional History Collection at 815-836-5579 or 815-836-5665.
CollectionHistoric Maps, 1540 - 1942 (Lewis University)
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