This panoramic print of Pontiac, Illinois was drawn by Albert Ruger and published by Merchant’s Lithographing Co. in 1869. Pontiac was established in the mid-1800's along the Vermillion River.
Most of the surrounding countryside of Pontiac was found to be of sound agricultural and horticultural interest. Its addition of railroad transportation led to much growth in Pontiac during this map’s time.
The map looking northwest includes labeled streets, buildings, bridges and railroad route. It features inset illustrations of the Court House and Public School.
Features references to the following locations:
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