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Territory of Arizona, 1910
U.S. General Land Offic...
Territory of Arizona, 1...
1910
Gov't Report Book
 
Author
U.S. General Land Office
Full Title
Territory of Arizona. 1910. Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and other Sources under Supervision of Harry King, G.E. Chief of Drafting Division, G.L.O. ; Revised and Reconstructed by R.H. Morton. (Sequence of ten maps of the Territory of Arizona, 1896, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 from the Annual Reports of the Governor of Arizona. With: Report of the Governor of Arizona for each of those years, plus the years 1897 and 1904, for which no maps were issued.)
Note
Ten maps each 52x43 cm., printed with outline and full color. Not in Kelsay, these maps record the development of the territory over a fourteen year period. These are smaller than the usual GLO maps and may have been made specially for the Territorial Annual Reports. Shows private claims confirmed and unconfirmed, Indian, military, and forest reservations. Relief shown by shading. Prime meridians are Greenwich and Washington D.C.
Territory of Arizona, 1909
U.S. General Land Offic...
Territory of Arizona, 1...
1909
Gov't Report Book
 
Author
U.S. General Land Office
Full Title
Territory of Arizona. 1909. Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and other Sources under Supervision of Harry King, G.E. Chief of Drafting Division, G.L.O. ; Revised and Reconstructed by R.H. Morton. (Sequence of ten maps of the Territory of Arizona, 1896, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 from the Annual Reports of the Governor of Arizona. With: Report of the Governor of Arizona for each of those years, plus the years 1897 and 1904, for which no maps were issued.)
Note
Ten maps each 52x43 cm., printed with outline and full color. Not in Kelsay, these maps record the development of the territory over a fourteen year period. These are smaller than the usual GLO maps and may have been made specially for the Territorial Annual Reports. Shows private claims confirmed and unconfirmed, Indian, military, and forest reservations. Relief shown by shading. Prime meridians are Greenwich and Washington D.C.
Territory of Arizona, 1908
U.S. General Land Offic...
Territory of Arizona, 1...
1908
Gov't Report Book
 
Author
U.S. General Land Office
Full Title
Territory of Arizona. 1908. Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and other Sources under Supervision of Harry King, G.E. Chief of Drafting Division, G.L.O. ; Revised and Reconstructed by R.H. Morton. (Sequence of ten maps of the Territory of Arizona, 1896, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 from the Annual Reports of the Governor of Arizona. With: Report of the Governor of Arizona for each of those years, plus the years 1897 and 1904, for which no maps were issued.)
Note
Ten maps each 52x43 cm., printed with outline and full color. Not in Kelsay, these maps record the development of the territory over a fourteen year period. These are smaller than the usual GLO maps and may have been made specially for the Territorial Annual Reports. Shows private claims confirmed and unconfirmed, Indian, military, and forest reservations. Relief shown by shading. Prime meridians are Greenwich and Washington D.C.
Territory of Arizona, 1907
U.S. General Land Offic...
Territory of Arizona, 1...
1907
Gov't Report Book
 
Author
U.S. General Land Office
Full Title
Territory of Arizona. 1907. Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and other Sources under Supervision of Harry King, G.E. Chief of Drafting Division, G.L.O. ; Revised and Reconstructed by R.H. Morton. (Sequence of ten maps of the Territory of Arizona, 1896, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 from the Annual Reports of the Governor of Arizona. With: Report of the Governor of Arizona for each of those years, plus the years 1897 and 1904, for which no maps were issued.)
Note
Ten maps each 52x43 cm., printed with outline and full color. Not in Kelsay, these maps record the development of the territory over a fourteen year period. These are smaller than the usual GLO maps and may have been made specially for the Territorial Annual Reports. Shows private claims confirmed and unconfirmed, Indian, military, and forest reservations. Relief shown by shading. Prime meridians are Greenwich and Washington D.C.
Territory of Arizona, 1906
U.S. General Land Offic...
Territory of Arizona, 1...
1906
Gov't Report Book
 
Author
U.S. General Land Office
Full Title
Territory of Arizona. 1906. Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and other Sources under Supervision of Harry King, G.E. Chief of Drafting Division, G.L.O. ; Revised and Reconstructed by R.H. Morton. (Sequence of ten maps of the Territory of Arizona, 1896, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 from the Annual Reports of the Governor of Arizona. With: Report of the Governor of Arizona for each of those years, plus the years 1897 and 1904, for which no maps were issued.)
Note
Ten maps each 52x43 cm., printed with outline and full color. Not in Kelsay, these maps record the development of the territory over a fourteen year period. These are smaller than the usual GLO maps and may have been made specially for the Territorial Annual Reports. Shows private claims confirmed and unconfirmed, Indian, military, and forest reservations. Relief shown by shading. Prime meridians are Greenwich and Washington D.C.
Territory of Arizona, 1905
U.S. General Land Offic...
Territory of Arizona, 1...
1905
Gov't Report Book
 
Author
U.S. General Land Office
Full Title
Territory of Arizona. 1905. Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and other Sources under Supervision of Harry King, G.E. Chief of Drafting Division, G.L.O. ; Revised and Reconstructed by R.H. Morton. (Sequence of ten maps of the Territory of Arizona, 1896, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 from the Annual Reports of the Governor of Arizona. With: Report of the Governor of Arizona for each of those years, plus the years 1897 and 1904, for which no maps were issued.)
Note
Ten maps each 52x43 cm., printed with outline and full color. Not in Kelsay, these maps record the development of the territory over a fourteen year period. These are smaller than the usual GLO maps and may have been made specially for the Territorial Annual Reports. Shows private claims confirmed and unconfirmed, Indian, military, and forest reservations. Relief shown by shading. Prime meridians are Greenwich and Washington D.C.
Territory of Arizona, 1903
U.S. General Land Offic...
Territory of Arizona, 1...
1903
Gov't Report Book
 
Author
U.S. General Land Office
Full Title
Territory of Arizona. 1903. Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and other Sources under Supervision of Harry King, G.E. Chief of Drafting Division, G.L.O. ; Revised and Reconstructed by R.H. Morton. (Sequence of ten maps of the Territory of Arizona, 1896, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 from the Annual Reports of the Governor of Arizona. With: Report of the Governor of Arizona for each of those years, plus the years 1897 and 1904, for which no maps were issued.)
Note
Ten maps each 52x43 cm., printed with outline and full color. Not in Kelsay, these maps record the development of the territory over a fourteen year period. These are smaller than the usual GLO maps and may have been made specially for the Territorial Annual Reports. Shows private claims confirmed and unconfirmed, Indian, military, and forest reservations. Relief shown by shading. Prime meridians are Greenwich and Washington D.C.
Territory of Arizona, 1902
U.S. General Land Offic...
Territory of Arizona, 1...
1902
Gov't Report Book
 
Author
U.S. General Land Office
Full Title
Territory of Arizona. 1902. Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and other Sources under Supervision of Harry King, G.E. Chief of Drafting Division, G.L.O. ; Revised and Reconstructed by R.H. Morton. (Sequence of ten maps of the Territory of Arizona, 1896, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 from the Annual Reports of the Governor of Arizona. With: Report of the Governor of Arizona for each of those years, plus the years 1897 and 1904, for which no maps were issued.)
Note
Ten maps each 52x43 cm., printed with outline and full color. Not in Kelsay, these maps record the development of the territory over a fourteen year period. These are smaller than the usual GLO maps and may have been made specially for the Territorial Annual Reports. Shows private claims confirmed and unconfirmed, Indian, military, and forest reservations. Relief shown by shading. Prime meridians are Greenwich and Washington D.C.
Territory of Arizona, 1901
U.S. General Land Offic...
Territory of Arizona, 1...
1901
Gov't Report Book
 
Author
U.S. General Land Office
Full Title
Territory of Arizona. 1901. Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and other Sources under Supervision of Harry King, G.E. Chief of Drafting Division, G.L.O. ; Revised and Reconstructed by R.H. Morton. (Sequence of ten maps of the Territory of Arizona, 1896, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 from the Annual Reports of the Governor of Arizona. With: Report of the Governor of Arizona for each of those years, plus the years 1897 and 1904, for which no maps were issued.)
Note
Ten maps each 52x43 cm., printed with outline and full color. Not in Kelsay, these maps record the development of the territory over a fourteen year period. These are smaller than the usual GLO maps and may have been made specially for the Territorial Annual Reports. Shows private claims confirmed and unconfirmed, Indian, military, and forest reservations. Relief shown by shading. Prime meridians are Greenwich and Washington D.C.
Territory of Arizona, 1896
U.S. General Land Offic...
Territory of Arizona, 1...
1896
Gov't Report Book
 
Author
U.S. General Land Office
Full Title
Territory of Arizona. 1896. Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and other Sources under Supervision of Harry King, G.E. Chief of Drafting Division, G.L.O. ; Revised and Reconstructed by R.H. Morton. (Sequence of ten maps of the Territory of Arizona, 1896, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 from the Annual Reports of the Governor of Arizona. With: Report of the Governor of Arizona for each of those years, plus the years 1897 and 1904, for which no maps were issued.)
Note
Ten maps each 52x43 cm., printed with outline and full color. Not in Kelsay, these maps record the development of the territory over a fourteen year period. These are smaller than the usual GLO maps and may have been made specially for the Territorial Annual Reports. Shows private claims confirmed and unconfirmed, Indian, military, and forest reservations. Relief shown by shading. Prime meridians are Greenwich and Washington D.C.
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