Indiana: in Relation to its Geography, Statistics, Institutions,
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...maps are engraved in the best style of art, and are colored in a handsome manner. A REFERENCE INDEX, by the aid of which any place on the maps may be readily found, is appended to this work.
Table of Contents pages are available for download (40K PDF).
Colton's Maps of Indiana: The original full size map was engraved on six plates, and when assembled was 66 x 48-inches in size. It contains the full surveys in sections, the general topography of the state, the internal improvements, and all the information usually found on the most elaborate maps. Insets: Michigan City * LaFayette * Logansport & West Logan * Terre Haute * Indianapolis * Madison* Fort Wayne * New Albany * Jeffersonville, Louisville and the Falls of the Ohio * Evansville and Lamasco City * Lawrenceburgh * Vincennes * Richmond * South Bend.
To facilitate viewing and printing, this series of maps have been digitized in a single image and reduced in size to approximately 33 x 24-inches at 300 dpi. The high resolution image has been converted to Adobe PDF and included on this CD. The REFERENCE INDEX pages (105-123) may be utilized to locate Indiana places and place names found on Colton's Maps of Indiana. Sample map section (224K JPG) near Vincennes, Knox County.
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