Historic Map - Idaho - Railroad Map - 1896

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Cram's township and railroad map of Idaho.

In the late 1800's, most of lower Idaho was served by the Union Pacific Railroad. Following its famous joining with the Central Pacific Railroad at Promontory Summit in Utah, the Union Pacific acquired several Utah railroads including the Utah Northern Railroad, which extended through Idaho. The Union Pacific declared bankruptcy for the second time in 1893, emerging once again in 1897. Idaho became the 43rd state in 1890.

This detailed map, published in 1896 locates cities and towns, waterways, counties, land grants, Indian reservations, and railroad routes.


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