Young woman looking through a book of aerial maps in the library.
Students study globes, maps and books.
A map of the land ownership of early Memphis. From "Biography of a River Town."
One boy points to something on a map while others read along.
Ten students read at a table under a map of the world.
(pencil) Butler County, Missouri: shows road crossing Cane Creek, the Black River and the Saint Francis River.
A map of Beale and Grayfeld shows many churches and other buildings.
Main drawing (in brown ink) of south-central Arkansas bounded by Pine Bluff to the north, Camden to the west, Hamburg to the south, and the Mississippi River to the east; also shows the Saline River a…
Map of Helena, Arkansas and the surrounding area.
(brown ink) St. Francis, Crittenden and Phillips Counties in east-central Arkansas; shows confluence of L'Anguille, St. Francis and Mississippi Rivers.
(pencil) Drew and Ashley Counties in south-central Arkansas; shows towns of Monticello, Longview, Hamburg and the Saline River.
14 x 8.5 in. map of project No. Tenn. R-3, depicting the proposed site for a cemetery located near the Jackson Avenue area.
(pencil, on verso of Miss. River near Vicksburg) Chicot County, AR, and East Carroll Parish, LA; shows Mississippi River from Lake Providence, LA, to Grand Lake, AR.
(pencil) Two sketches of Mississippi River near Vicksburg, MS, shows location of troops.
Reproduction of Memphis map from 1854. Union Street to Sycamore Street.
(pencil) Chicot County in southeast Arkansas; shows towns and the location of troops in the area between Bayou Bartholomew and the Mississippi River.
An 1858 map of Memphis. Includes Fort Pickering and Hopefield, Arkansas.
(pencil) Arkansas and Desha Counties in southeast Arkansas; shows the confluence of the White, Arkansas, and Mississippi Rivers and the disposition of Confederate troops in the areas.
(pencil, on verso of Drew and Ashley Counties Map) Chicot County, Arkansas, shows Mississippi River and the towns of Grand Lake and Eudora; shows location of varied troops.
Photograph of document acknowledging John Rice's acquisition of 5000 acres of land on the Chickasaw Bluffs.
[County land cover maps]
[1939?] · Wisconsin. Dept. of Agriculture. Land economic inventory and land use section
[Maps of Iowa and Wisconsin]
Wisconsin : catalog of topographic and other published maps /
1986 · Geological Survey (U.S.)
Earth science maps of Wisconsin, 1818-1974 : a bibliography and index /
1975 · Reinhard, Christine