1895 Historical Relief Map of Utah

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Published by Pierce & McMillen, Salt Lake City, 1895. Drawn by Mosiah Hall, Superintendent of Schools, Weber County, and assisted by Charles Wright. County borders and minerals are illustrated on the map in red. Also included are demographics about the state and a statement that the map was "Designed for the home, the office, and especially for Schools." (Reproduction.)

First published over 120 years ago, the reprinted 1895 Relief map of Utah is a fantastic display of surveyed information that includes mineral locations throughout Utah, colloquial names of familiar places in the state, mineral production values at the time of the publication, and other interesting bits! One can only imagine the painstaking effort to create this map by hand in time without computers, satellites, or airplanes!

Surveyed Date: 1895

Dimensions: 36" x 47.25" (approximate)


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