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[Weather maps of Eastern United States for November 8, 1913 and November 25, 1950]
11867 H.doc.32, map 4
October 5, 1954
Two maps, side by side on same sheets, show how weather map for November 18, 1913 by C.P. Mook was used as an anolog by Weather Bureau forecasters to make a correct prediction on map of November 25, 1950 by C.D. Smith. Indexed from the departmental edition.
Willamette River and tributaries, Oregon, 6-hour weather maps, December 27-28, 1945
11429-E H.doc.531/11, map 68
October 1, 1948
Four maps on sheet shows weather at six hour intervals for basin in Oregon. Appendix J. Plate I-10.
Plan of the fortifications of Paris showing the enceinte and detached forts, communications and horizontal curves of the ground
1036 S.exdoc.59, map 10
November 19, 1860
Report on military operations of English and French Allies and Russian army in the Crimea
Sketch showing position of Confederate and Federal Armies at Franklin, Va., May 9th to 11th, 1862
2998-2 H.misdoc.261, map 91
Rebellion Records, series 1, part 2, Atlas, plates 85-175
Color map showing positions of Union and Confederate troops at Franklin, Virginia (later in West Virginia), during the Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1862.
Soil map, Iowa, Greene County sheet
8049 H.doc.404, map 12
Field operations of Bureau of Soils, 1921, maps
Color map showing the distribution of twenty-two soil types. Includes hydrography, roads, railroads, towns, street grids, and township boundaries. Indexed from the departmental edition.
Soil map, North Carolina, Caldwell County sheet
7397 H.doc.1356, map 13
Field operations of Bureau of Soils, 1917, maps
Colors illustrate the distribution of sixteen different soil types. Towns, railroad lines, mountains, main and secondary roads, churches, schools, rivers, creeks and lakes are noted. Indexed from the departmental edition. Field Operations of Bureau of Soils, Maps, 1917
Economic development regions., p. 23
12837-2 H.rp.336, map 1
June 30, 1969
Map of United States, with states delineated, showing within bold lines several large areas designated as Economic Development Regions, including: Appalachia, New England, Coastal Plains, Upper Great Lakes, Ozarks, Four Corners, and Alaska