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Title: "A Map of Mackenzie's Track from Fort Chipewyan to the Pacific Ocean in 1793."
Catalog Id: 1918.15.8.3
Call Number: 979.511 M199v
Creator: Alexander Mackenzie
Creation Date: Oct. 15, 1801
Description: Detailed map of the North sea explorations of Alexander Mackenzie in 1793. The map depicts the exploration route from Fort Chipewyan (Alberta, Canada) to the Pacific Ocean, following the Peace (Ujigah) River, upper Fraser River, and Bella Coola River, crossing to the Pacific Ocean at Bella Coola, British Columbia. The Fraser River is identified as the Columbia River, and shown as flowing into the Peace River. Major geographic features are shown in considerable detail, including mountains, rivers, lakes, Indian tribes, and forts. The map is bound into the following volume: "Voyages from Montreal on the River St. Lawrence through the Continent of North America to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans in the years 1789 and 1793," by Alexander Mackenzie, 1801.

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Title: "A Map of the Sources of the Colorado and Big Salt Lake, Platte, Yellow, Stone, Muscle-shell, Missouri, Salmon and Snake River Branches of the Columbia River."
Catalog Id: 1997.86.76.1
Call Number: MAPB/RMR/1837
Creation Date: 1837
Description: Survey map of the Central Rocky Mountain area of the United States, based on the work of Capt. Bonneville, U.S. Army, dated 1837. The area includes the present states of: Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, and Montana. Indian tribes, mountains, lakes, and rivers are depicted. The various Rocky Mountain River sources are shown in detail.

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Title: "Crossing the Rocky Mountains"
Catalog Id: 1969.94.1
Creation Date: 1969
Description: Acrylic painting depicting the Lewis & Clark Expedition crossing the Rocky Mountains in 1805

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Title: "King Coal : a novel"
Catalog Id: 1969.31.16.13
Call Number: 813/Si62k/1917
Creation Date: 1917
Description: 396 page novel, titled: "King Coal," (19x13.5 cm.) by Upton Sinclair, with an introduction by Dr. Georg Brandes. A fictional account of poor working conditions of coal miners. Set in the Rocky Mountains. Dated 1917.

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Title: "Map #3, Rocky Mountains to Puget Sound: From Explorations and Surveys Made Under the Direction of Hon. Jefferson Davis, Secretary of War., by Isaac I. Stevens, Governor of Washington Territory."
Catalog Id: 1999.0.13
Call Number: MAPC/USW/1853
Creation Date: 1853
Description: A Topographic survey map depicting the Northwest and Central Mountain area from the Rocky Mountains to Puget Sound, 1853-1854. The cartographic survey, which was lead by Isaac I. Stevens was commissioned by the U.S. Government, War Department, for the purpose of locating a western, Pacific Ocean, railroad route across the Rocky and Cascade Mountains. One of a series of survey maps. Recommended railroad routes are indicated and specific survey routes (dated and named) and camp sites are shown in detail. Forts, towns, and major geographic features (such as mountains, plains, rivers) are identified. A smaller map inserted at the lower left edge depicts a detail of the "Reconnaissance of the Railroad Route from Walla Walla to Seattle, via the Yakemah (Yakima) River and Snoqualmie Pass," (completed) by A. W. Tinkham, in Jan. 1854.

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Title: "Map of an exploring expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the year 1842 and to Oregon & north California in the years 1843-44"
Catalog Id: 2006.0.205
Call Number: MAPE/USW/1845
Creation Date: 1845
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Title: "Map of Oregon and Upper California", Engraved to Illustrate Mitchell's School and Family Geography (atlas)., Includes Map #15 and Map #16 (smaller insert)
Catalog Id: 2008.0.2553.1
Call Number: MAPA/OR/1846
Creation Date: 1846
Description: Map #15 from Mitchell's School and Family Geography (atlas) depicting Oregon and Upper California, 1846. The area includes from San Diego, north to the Queen Charlotte Islands and east to the Rocky Mountain Range. The large area on the map referred to as "Oregon" includes the present boundaries of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and the western part of British Columbia.. Smaller insert Map #16, located at lower left map corner, shows detailed view of the mouth of the Columbia River (east to Cascade Rapids). Indian tribes, forts, topography, and known geographic features are shown.

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Title: "Map of the Territory West of the Rocky Mountains."
Catalog Id: 1997.86.76
Call Number: MAPB/USW/1837
Creation Date: 1837
Description: Survey map of the territory of the United States, west of the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, based on the exploration work of Capt. B. S. E. Bonneville, dated 1837. Indian tribes, forts, major rivers, mountains and lakes are shown. Many geographic features are inaccurate and based on incomplete data.

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Title: "Map of the United States: Territory of Oregon, West of the Rocky Mountains Exhibiting the Various Trading Depots or Forts Occupied by the British Hudson Bay Company Connected with the Western and Northwestern Fur Trade."
Catalog Id: 1975.14.42
Call Number: MAPB/OT/1838
Creation Date: 1838
Description: The area of North America west of the Rocky Mountains (from San Francisco to Fort Simpson, B.C.) is depicted, with the emphasis on Oregon Country. Forts, trading posts, mountains, rivers, and the Pacific Coast profile are shown. The map, dated 1838 documents the fur trade in the Pacific Northwest and Oregon, in particular. From Edward Allen Map Collection.

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Title: "Milk R. to the Crossing of the Columbia R.: Routes Near the 47th and 49th Parallels"
Catalog Id: 1996.100.36.12.1
Call Number: MAPD/USW/1853.1
Creation Date: 1853-1855
Description: A topographic survey map depicting the Northwest and Central Mountain area roughly between Fort Benton (Montana) to the East, Fort Walla Walla (Washington) to the West and South, and Fort Colville to the North. The cartographic survey, which was lead by Isaac I. Stevens, was commissioned by the U.S. Government, War Department, for the purpose of locating a western pacific, railroad route across the Rocky and Cascade Mountains. This is one of a series of survey maps. Specific survey routes dating from 1853-1855 (including: Lt. Mullan, Gov. Stevens, J. Lambert, A. W. Tinkham, Mr. Doty, Lt. Donelson, R. H. Lansdale, F. W. Lander, J. M. Stanley, Lt. Arnold, and Lt. Saxton) are identified. The main route taken by Stevens is indicated in a solid, black line. Broken lines identify alternate survey routes. Forts, towns, missions, and major geographic features (such as mountains, plains, rivers, and lakes) are identified.

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