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Example of an 1884 map of Indian Territory.    

 

George Cram, 1884-1899, (1) Indian Territory Colored, about 9 1/4 by 11 1/2 inches. The map of Indian Territory shows, Indian reservations, settlements and names the different Indian Nations.   Different editions have slight color variants.  $55  Seldom available, so we recommend that you place your name on the waiting list for this map.  

(2) Indian Territory and Oklahoma Territory. Colored, about 9 1/4 by 11 1/2 inches.  Indian Reservations are located and named, counties, rail lines, roads, settlements and towns are shown.  This is a handsome map. Family atlases by Cram were very popular in the late 1800's.  Different editions have slight color variants.  $45 

Example of an 1898 map of Indian Territory and Oklahoma Territory.

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Matthew Northrup's Century Atlas, 1897-1899, Indian Territory and Oklahoma Territory. Printed color, about 10 1/2 by 15 inches. A very fine "modern" looking map with a "piano key" border. The map depicts landforms, including contours showing elevations above sea level. Includes counties, rail lines, roads, cities and towns.   These are superb maps for accuracy and detail.  A map of choice for many collectors.  $75  Seldom available, so we recommend that you place your name on the waiting list for this map.

(The map is a uniform green color.   The  line at center of the picture is created from joining two scans)


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Rand McNally, 1895-1899, Oklahoma and Indian Territory. Printed color, about 9 1/4 by 12 1/2 inches. A very fine "modern" looking map with a key in the border naming counties, Indian Reservations, Cities, and Indian Nations.  The map shows Oklahoma emerging from Indian Territory and occupying the western half of the Territory.  Within Oklahoma, Indian Reservations are located and counties, rail lines, roads, cities and towns are shown.  No road system is shown as yet.  The rail system evidences its importance.     Within the Indian Territory, Indian Nations and reservations are located along with rail lines, settlements and towns. The technology used in developing these maps was so advanced that they made all similar maps obsolete.   $45

(Because the size of the scanner is slightly smaller than the map, some of the border does not appear in the photograph)


Matthew Northrup's Century Atlas, c. 1911,  Oklahoma. Printed color, about 10 1/2 by 15 inches. A very fine "modern" looking map with a "piano key" border. The map depicts landforms, including contours showing elevations above sea level. Includes counties, rail lines, roads, cities and towns.   These are superb maps for accuracy and detail.  A map of choice for many collectors.  $45