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1830 Map of Indiana Engraved by William Woodruff

Description: This map illustrates the fourteen-year-old state during the time of the founding of the Indiana Historical Society. Two-thirds of the state had been settled, and negotiations continued between Native Americans and newcomers in the northern region. Watercolors outline the borders of the counties. County seats and other towns are noted. Indiana boundaries are shown along with township and range lines.
Exhibited as part of "Treasures from the Collections - Celebrating 175 Years: 1830-2005." Third rotation.Appears in Destination Indiana 1Appears in Big Screen Journey Welcome to Monument Circle
Origin: 1830
Created By: William Woodruff
Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind.: Douglass & Maguire, & W. Hannaman
Source: http://images.indianahistory.org/cdm/ref/collection/dc014/id/91
Collection: Treasures from the Indiana Historical Society
Copyright: This image may be printed or downloaded by individuals, schools or libraries for personal use, study, research or classroom teaching without permission. For other uses contact: visualcollections@indianahistory.org.
Geography: Indiana
Subjects: Maps
Indiana--Maps
Indians of North America--Indiana--Maps
Indiana--History

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