COLUSA CO. CALIFORNIA LANDOWNER MAP BY KAERTH & BECKWITH 1915

COLUSA CO. CALIFORNIA LANDOWNER MAP BY KAERTH & BECKWITH 1915
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    Sites/facts specific to this historic county map are:

    Original townships of the time: Stonyford, Indian Valley, Mount Hope, Black Mountain, Antelope, Delevan, Boggs, Princeton, Harmony, Moulton, Little Stony, Excelsior, Butte Creek, Fairview, Maxwell, Newland, Ashton, Glen Valley, Colusa, Washington, Leesville, Freshwater, Williams, Goad, Jefferson, Central, Bridgeport, Spring Valley, Arbuckle, Grimes, Sulphur, Cortina, Webster, Franklin, Grand Island, Johns, Wilkins, Wildwood, Lodoga and Packer. Other features include the Southern Pacific Railroad, the Northern Electric Railroad, Colusa and Hamilton Railroad, Eddys Ferry, Grimes Ranch, Hunters Slough, Stony Creek, Bear Creek, Spring Valley Creek, Sacramento River, Churches, Schools and many other prominent buildings plus hundreds of named landowners.

    The following towns are featured in this map:

    Stonyford, Maxwell, Colusa, Leesville, Williams, College Station, Sites, Lodoga, Arbuckle and College City.

    This antique map reproduction is situated in:

    Colusa County, California (CA)

    More Historical County Maps Area shown on this map.
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