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Colton, J. H.
Colton, Joseph
Colton, Joseph Hutchins
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Atwood, John M. (approximately 1818-)
Colton, G. Woolworth (1827-1901)
Colton, George W. (1827-1901)
Colton, George Woolworth (1827-1901)
Eddy, William M.
Fisher, Richard Swainson
Johnson & Browning
Johnson and Ward
Johnson, A. J. (1827-1884)
Johnson, Alvin Jewett (1827-1884)
Schedler & Liebler
Smith, John Calvin
Smith, John Calvin ([from old catalog])
American atlas
Approved & declared to be the official map of the state of California by an act of the Legislature passed march 25th 1853
Colton's Condensed Octavo atlas of the Union:
Colton's Georgetown and the city of Washington, 1861:
Colton's map of the southern states : including Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas : showing also part of adjoining states & territories locating the forts & military stations of the U. States & showing all the rail roads, r.r. stations & other internal improvements.
Colton's new introductory geography ...
Colton's new topographical map of the eastern portion of the state of North Carolina with part of Virginia & South Carolina from the latest & best authorities.
Colton's plans of U. S. harbors showing the position & vicinities of the most important fortifications on the sea-board and in the interior
Colton's railroad & township map of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.
Colton's traveler and tourist's guide-book through the United States of America and the Canadas containing the routes and distances on the great lines of travel by railroads, canals, stage-roads and steamboats : together with descriptions of the several states and of the principal cities, towns and villages in each
Colton's United States shewing the military stations, forts &c. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1855, by J.H. Colton.
Cuba in 1851.
Indiana: in relation to its geography, statistics, institutions, county topography, etc., with a "reference index" to Colton's maps of Indiana.
J. H. Colton's common school geography.
J. H. Colton's map of the state of Louisiana and eastern part of Texas compiled from United States Surveys, and other authentic sources, showing the counties, townships, sections. Fractional sections, settlement rights, railroads, &c.
J. H. Colton's map showing the oil region of West Virginia and the location therein of the lands belonging to the Little Kanawha & Elk River Petroleum and Mining Company.
Map of the La Crosse and Milwaukee Rail Road and connections.
Map of the United States of America, the British Provinces Mexico, the West Indies and Central America with part of New Granada and Venezuela
Map to illustrate Capt. Bonneville's adventures among the Rocky Mountains
New Illustrated family atlas
Quarto atlas of the world: containing fifty copperplate maps, with valuable tables of population statistics.
School atlas
Seat of war in Virginia
state of Indiana, 1838., The
State of indiana delineated geographical, historical, statistical & commercial, and a brief view of the internal improvements, geology, education, travelling routes, &c
Topographical map of the West Indies and the adjacent coasts
Township map of the state of New York
West Indies 1853
Western tourist and emigrant's guide through the states of ohio, michigan, indiana, illinois, missouri, iowa, and wisconsin, and the territories of minesota (!) missouri, and nebraska: being an accurate and concise description of each state and territory; and containing the routes and distances on the great lines of travel. accompanied with a large and minute map, exhibiting the township lines of the united states' surveys, the boundaries of counties, and the position of cities, villages and settlements, etc., etc
Western tourist or emigrant's guide through the states of ohio,michigan, indiana, illinois, and missouri, and the territories of wisconsin andiowa : being an accurate and concise description of each state, territory, andcounty : also describing all the principal stage routes, canals, railroads, andthe distances between the towns : accompanied with a correct map, showing thetownship lines of the united states' surveys, the boundaries of counties,position of villages, etc