Collection OHS Maps - OHS Maps Collection

Oregon Skyline Trail : Mt. Hood to Crater Lake, 1925 Oregon Skyline Trail : Pacific Crest system, 1936 Map, showing lines under construction and proposed routes and connections Mouth of the Columbia River, Oregon Territory, 1841 Mouth of Columbia River, 1851 Sketch of the Columbia River from the forks, & the 19th of October 1805 to the 1st of Jany on... Chart of the Columbia River for 90 miles from its mouth, 1838 A Diagram of Oregon (1859) A Diagram of Oregon (1861) Oregon (1866) Portland, Oregon, and Surroundings, 1890, Looking North

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OHS Maps

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OHS Maps Collection

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  • 1500 - ? (Creation)

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The OHS Maps Collection contains over 25,000 maps that focus on Western exploration and the Oregon Territory. Available types of maps include those of the Oregon Territory, the state, cities and counties, and special subjects such as mining, forestry, railroads, coasts and rivers, soils, farmlands, land claims, Native Americans and explorations.

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Most maps in the collection are cataloged following the Library of Congress classification system. A larger selection of the maps available in the research library is searchable via our library catalog: http://librarycatalog.ohs.org.

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