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Historic Railroad Map of Arkansas - 1895

Code:
1W-AR-RR-1895-S-P
Shipping Weight:
2.00 pounds
Starting at $29.95

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Cram's township and rail road map of Arkansas.

This detailed historic map of Arkansas was published in 1895 by Geo. F. Cram & Co. George Franklin Cram joined forces with his map making uncle in the years following the civil war to create his important map company. The firm employed a specific relief process to create high quality maps and atlases in the late 1800's including the American Railway System Atlas.

The state of Arkansas was one of several states that was formed from the Louisiana Purchase. In 1804 the Territory was divided and in 1819, the Territory of Arkansas was formed. In 1836, the state of Arkansas was admitted to the Union, making it the 25th state.

Van Buren, Arkansas was established along the banks of the Arkansas River as a fueling station for the many steamboats utilizing the river and a landing for ferries. Van Buren was named county seat of Crawford County in 1820 when that county was formed.

Features references to the following Arkansas railway systems:

Arkansas & Louisiana
Arkansas Midland
Bentonville
Cache Valley
Dardanelle & Russellville
Hope & Lewisville
Hoxie & Pocahontas
Kansas City, Arkansas & New Orleans
Kansas City, Fort Scott & Memphis
Kansas City, Fort Smith & Southern
Kansas City & New Orleans
Little Rock & Memphis
Mississippi & Little Rock
Mississippi River & Northwestern
Pacific & Great Eastern
Paragould & Buffalo Island
Pine Bluff & Eastern
Prescott & Northwestern
St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern
St. Louis & San Francisco
St. Louis Southwestern
Searcy & West Point
Southern Arkansas
Southwestern Arkansas & Indian Territory
Springfield, Yellville & White River
Stuttgart & Arkansas River
Texarkana & Fort Smith
Texarkana & Shreveport
Ultima Thule, Arkadelphia & Mississippi
White & Black River Valley
Wrightsville Narrow Gauge