Maker: General Land Office / Harry King.
Antique printed color map of part of Oklahoma by the General Land Office under the direction of Harry King, 1902. The state is colored by county with red dots for US Land Offices and other colors used to indicate reservations and other land inhabited by Native American Indians. This map shows only part of what is now Oklahoma, with the eastern portion marked "Indian Territory." Also marked on the map are constructed railroads, proposed railroads, roads, trails, topography, bodies of water, and more. Very good to excellent condition with folds as issued. Approx. 14.25 x 22 inches to the neatline. **SOLD**
Item Number: SOU389