Historic Map - Jefferson City, MO - 1869

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Bird's eye view of Jefferson City, the capitol of Missouri 1869. Drawn by A. Ruger.

Reproduction map of the town known as Jefferson City, MO, drawn by Albert Ruger. Jefferson City is located on the southern side of the Missouri River and at the northern edge of the Ozark Plateau. It was named state capitol in 1821 after Thomas Jefferson. By the mid-nineteenth century German immigrants had established many vineyards in the area that has come to be known as the Missouri Rhineland along the Missouri River. During the Civil War, Jefferson City was occupied by Union troops and the Union had many supporters there. The city is dominated by the Capitol's domed roof as it still is today.

The map features clearly labeled street names with lively scenes of riverboat, railroad, carriage and pedestrian traffic. It features inset illustrations of State Capitol and Court & Market Houses.

Complete reference list below.

Features numbered references to the following locations:

  1. Capitol
  2. Armory
  3. State Prison
  4. Governors Residence
  5. Courthouse
  6. County Jail
  7. Market House
  8. Female College
  9. Public School
  10. Railroad Depot
  11. Capitol
  12. Armory
  13. State Prison
  14. Governors Residence
  15. Courthouse
  16. County Jail
  17. Market House
  18. Female College
  19. Public School
  20. Railroad Depot

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