Land ownership maps : a checklist of nineteenth century United States county maps in the Library of Congress

compiled by Richard W. Stephenson
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, 1967
xxv, 86 p. : ill., maps.


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Includes bibliographical references included in "Footnotes" (p. xxiii-xxv).

Includes index.

"This checklist records 1,449 United States county land ownership maps in the Geography and Map Division, Library of Congress. Included are manuscript and printed maps, as well as photocopies of originals in other repositories. The list is accompanied by an essay tracing the historical development of the county land ownership map and a general index to county names, cartographers, surveyors, and publishers."-- Pref.

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