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J. Neilson Barry manuscript maps collection tracing the exploration of Lewis and Clark in the Pacific Northwest

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Map Studies of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
FOLDER 1 Lolo Trail
Modern map: little known data on the back
Double plat: a. modern map b. Mandan-Indian map
Enlarged Photograph Annotated Mandan Indian Map: data reverse side
Same not annotated
Printed map of the United States
Typewritten data
"Lolo Trail was the only possible route by which Lewis and Clark could have reached the Pacific Coast."
FOLDER 2 Dalles Indian Map
Reduced photograph, annotated
Accurate modern map
Sheet of explanations
"This was the first map of the Oregon country."
FOLDER 3 Kamiah Indian Map
Modern map - look at this first for the geography in five states
Large sheet with Clark's manuscript annotated
Small sheet of the map
Northern part with details
"The Lewis and Clark expedition traveled mostly in forests and down in the deep chasm of Snake and Columbia rivers."
FOLDER 4 Snake River Gorge
Accurate modern map of the region
Part of the etching of 1814 annotated
Part of the etching no annotated
Kamiah Indian map
Sheet of explanations
"This set is of the Etching of 1814 for the southern part of the Kamiah map."
FOLDER 5 Queer Map of the locality of Portland, Oregon
Photographic map partly by Clark and the rest Indian map annotated
The same not annotated
Accurate modern map
Sheet of explanations
"Clark drew a very accurate map of where he had traveled."
FOLDER 6 Three Early Forts in the Oregon Country
Henry's Fort 1810 Idaho in David Thompson map unpublished
Reed's Fort 1813 Idaho in David Thompson's map unpublished
Original Fort Nez Perces old fort Walla Walla, Washington in Alexander Ross' unpublished map
FOLDER 7 Robert Frazier Maps for the Lewis and Clark Route
Modern Eastern Montana: a. photographic Frazier map b. Modern map with the Frazier names
Lolo Trail: a. modern map mounted b. triple plat c. photographic
Lower Columbia River: a. photographic Frazer map b. double plat of coast
"Robert Frazer was a private soldier, with the Lewis and Clark expedition."
FOLDER 8 French Map of 1821 Far Route of Astorian's Drainage Basins
Modern states with drainage basins
Double plat: a. modern map b. drainage basins
Double plat: a. modern map b. French map of 1821
Photographic enlargements of this part of the French map
"The pattern of moder states is radically different from the pattern of the lay of the land, which controls the drainage run-off."
FOLDER 9 Triple Divide Peak in Glacier National Park
Map of the three drainages from triple divide peak
Twelve maps of conditions
Triple maps with data on reverse side
"Since drainage to Hudson Bay and to the Pacific Ocean and to the Gulf of Mexico flows from Triple Divide Peak it has caused portions of that locality to be under four national flags, and in eight territories of the United States, and in Canada, Alberta and British Columbia."
FOLDER 10 Clark's Manuscript Map North of the Colter Part
Superimposed modern map and Clark's map
FOLDER 11 First Part John Colter Route Cody, Wyoming
Photographic Drouillard map
Triple plat - a. Drouillard map b. modern map c. Etching 1814
Double plat Cody locality - a. modern map b. Etching of 1814
Double plat: a. modern map b. Etching of 1814
Superimposed double plat - a.modern map b. Etching 1814
Photographic Etching 1814
"These accurate reproductions at the same scales provide opportunity for comparing the geography of the Etching of 1814 with modern maps."
FOLDER 12 Second Part John Colter Route Lake Biddle
Double plat: a. Clark's manuscript map b. Etching of 1814
Four map plat: Henry River - a. modern b. French 1821 c. Etching 1814 d. Clark's map
Lake Biddle six map plat
Modern map printed
Etching of 1814, photographic
Clark's manuscript
"These provide the various maps at the same scale for comparison."
FOLDER 13 Yellowstone Park
"The acreage that is now Yellowstone National Park, in whole or in part has been under four national flags; England, France, Spain and the United States."
FOLDER 14 Lewis and Clark Map 1814
"Analysis of he map of 1814 in the compilations of the journals of Lewis and Clark indicates that Samuel Lewis prepared a plat of longitudes and latitudes."
FOLDER 15 Various maps
Various unbound maps.
Oversized Materials
FOLDER 16 Colter's Route 1808
5 maps on 7 sheets
Fascimiles of map from Nouvelles Annales, Vol. 10
6 maps and text
From Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean, 1804-1806
3 copies
Lewis and Clark 1:12,600,000, 1804-1806
1 map, annotated in color

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