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- Colorado State Maps

Maggie Stewart
COLORADO COORDINATOR


State Maps

1885 Colorado. These two plates (East and West) are modern reprints of a Colorado Map originally published in 1885 by George F Cram, Engraver and Publisher, Chicago, Ill. They were republished in 1992 by Gold Bug Historic Maps. The plates are used here with Gold Bug's permission. Scans are by Donna Ross.

1895 Colorado (2440x1700 pixels, 1.75 MB!) State map from the Rand McNally Railroad Atlas of the United States. Original scan by Ray Steiner for his Color Landform Atlas of the U.S. Used here with his permission. (For much smaller, county detail maps from this large map see the Circa 1895 County Map index below.)

County Maps

Huerfano County 1885 (135 kb JPEG) Map of the Huerfano County area, also deplicts Custer, Fremont, Pueblo, Costilla and parts of the surrounding counties. Detail map contributed by Donna Ross. Taken from the Western Colorado 1885 map plate (see above), published in 1992 by Gold Bug Historic Maps and Software, used with their permission.

Yuma County, Colorado 1922 C300 dpi scans of pages from the Standard Atlas of Yuma County Colorado published by George A. Ogle & Company, Chicago, 1922.

Circa 1895 County maps from the Colorado map sheet in the 1895 Rand McNally Railroad Atlas of the United States

Circa 1905 County maps from an untitled black and white Colorado classroom map.

Circa 1920 County maps from a large Colorado map in the 1922 Standard Atlas of Yuma County.

City Maps

Denver

1881 Denver 1881 Bird's Eye View of the City of Denver, Colorado. Drawn by J.H. Flett.
From the Library of Congress Map Collection.
Contributed by Kelly Jensen-Mullins. 615 kb JPG

Manitou

Manitou 1872 1872 Map of the Mountain Valley and Pleasure Grounds at Manitou Near Colorado Springs.
Composed and Drawn by Alb.ron Motz, Colorado Springs, Col. Ter. January 1972
Contributed by Jeff Christlieb. 560 kb JPG

This page is still under construction. The contents will continue to grow only if you loan your old Colorado maps to the project to be scanned.


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