USGS does the Shore

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) started printing beautiful paper maps of the American West in the 1860s.   Then worked its way east until it finally got to:

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Downtown Federalsburg, 1875

Zoom in.  Then use the transparency slider and background map changer at upper right. From the John B. Isler 1875 map of Caroline County. See the larger map of downtown Federalsburg here.  [Search:   xxdowntown ]  

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Downtown Preston, 1875

Use the transparency slider and background map changer at upper right. From the John B. Isler 1875 map of Caroline County. See the larger map of downtown Preston here.  [Search:   xxdowntown ]  

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Downtown Hillsboro, 1875

Use the transparency slider and background map changer at upper right. From the John B. Isler 1875 map of Caroline County. See the larger map of downtown Hillsboro here.  [Search:   xxdowntown ]  

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Downtown Greensboro, 1875

Use the transparency slider and background map changer at upper right. From the John B. Isler 1875 map of Caroline County. See the larger map of downtown Greensboro here.  [Search:   xxdowntown ]  

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Downtown Denton, 1875

Use the transparency slider and background map changer at upper right. From the John B. Isler 1875 map of Caroline County. See the larger map of downtown Denton here.  [Search:   xxdowntown ]  

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It’s 1875, By an Act of Congress

Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1875 by John B. Isler in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington DC. It’s 1875.   Here.

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