Historic Railroad Map of the Western United States - 1867

Map of Part of the United States exhibiting the principal mail routes west of the Mississippi River.

In 1867 yellow fever hit New Orleans hard, killing over three thousand.

In Mexico, Benito Juarez was once again elected president, and Emperor Maximilian was put to the firing squad.

Nebraska was designated as the 37th U.S. state in March of 1867.

This outline map of the western United States was published in 1867 by E.D. Boyd. It shows cities, towns, waterways, and railroad routes.


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