"Map of Puget Sound Country"

"Map of Puget Sound Country," published by the Clason Map Company, Denver, Colorado, 1910; prominent red text at upper left corner of map reads: "Compliments of Charles Somers Company, Alaska Building, Seattle, Farms, Lands, Water frontages, Country, City and Suburban Homes Correspondence Invited." Geographic area shown includes most of western Washington east to the Cascade Mountain Range, and the Olympic Peninsula, from the Canadian border to southwest Washington. The the southern portion of Vancouver Island, British Columbia (Victoria) is also included. Grays Harbor County is identified as Chehalis County (the name changed in 1915). The Columbia River is not shown. Coastal profile, county and international boundaries, towns, railroad lines, Indian reservations, and major bodies of water are shown. Bodies of water are colored blue and county and international boundaries red. A panoramic photographic view of the Seattle waterfront is located on the lower map edge.


Creation Date: 1910

Catalog ID: 2014.126.8

Call Number: MAPC/WW/PS/1910

Object Types: map

Creator: Clason Map Company

Dimensions: Height 25 in Scale: 1 inch = about10 miles . Width 19 in

Related Subjects: western Washington Puget Sound Country Olympic Peninsula map, land land settlement Charles Somers Company Seattle, WA panoramic view Seattle waterfront real estate development King County Pierce County Thurston County Mason County Jefferson County Clallam County Chehalis County Pacific County Lewis County Snohomish County Skagit County Whatcom County Grays Harbor County route, railroad Hood Canal Puget Sound region Strait of Juan de Fuca Vancouver Island Victoria, BC San Juan Archipelago Pacific Coast reservation, Indian