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Part of Western Wyoming and Southeastern Idaho

F.V. Hayden

Condition: Very Good No Binding
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A detailed lithographic survey of Colorado published in 1877 by F.V Hayden. This print measures 37.5"x26.5". In 1869 Hayden was given a large appropriation and made head of the "United States Geological Survey of the Territories." The biggest and best-known of the Great Surveys. Hayden was a good theoretical geologist but his eye was on practical. The purpose of his expeditions to the Rocky Mountains was to find coal and other minerals; consequently he was always well supported by Congress as well as local western interests. In addition to his interest in western minerals, Hayden was also one of the first to see the West as the land of the nature-loving tourist. In 1871 Hayden made an expedition into the Yellowstone Geyser Region resulting in spectacular photographs taken by William H. Jackson. The Yellowstone expedition made Hayden famous, but perhaps his most important was the detailed exploration and mapping of Colorado. Here his teams worked through some of the most rugged country in the West to complete the masterful Atlas of Colorado. This map of Southern Central Colorado and Part of New is from Hayden's Geological and Geographical Atlas of Colorado and Portions of Adjacent Territory, published in 1881. Indian Reservations, cities, towns, rail roads, proposed rail roads, and topographical features are illustrated. Overall this print is in very good condition with some foxing/staining throughout and a few small tears along the margins. Bookseller Inventory # SF003799434014

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Title: Part of Western Wyoming and Southeastern ...

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition:Very Good

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