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HISTORIC TRAIL MAPS OF STERLING 1X2, CO

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HISTORIC TRAIL MAPS OF STERLING 1X2, CO

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Product Details

Product Number
28035
Series
I-1894
Scale
1:250,000
Alternate ID
GI1894D
ISBN
978-0-607-79032-0
Authors
SCOTT, G. R.
Version Date
01/01/1989
Regions
CO
Countries
USA
Media
Paper
Format
Folded

Additional Details

Description
History buffs, recreational hikers and bikers, railroad enthusiasts, and even people interested in genealogy will find lots of interesting and useful information in this map. Use this map, with its accompanying pamphlet, to examine how trails in Northeastern Colorado were used, including routes used by Native Americans and pioneers. Examine historic features such as stage and rail lines with photographs dating back to the 1870's. Map scale is 1:250,000 and measures 29"x24".
Survey Date
1989
Print Date
1989
Height In Inches
24.000
Length In Inches
29.000
Boundary Type
Quadrangle
Two Sided
No
Pieces
1
Languages
English
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