This page lists public record sources in Polk County, Wisconsin.Additional resources can be found on our Wisconsin State Public Records page, on city pages, and on topic pages using the navigation above.This historical cartographic image is part of the David Rumsey Historical Map Collection, a large collection of online antique, rare, old, and historical maps, atlases, globes, charts, and other cartographic items. Or you can view the entire David Rumsey Map Collection in Insight. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
Ristow describes the sad fate of this atlas - Walling and Tackabury published their Atlas of the State of Wisconsin in 1876 (P2633) which greatly reduced the market and thus fewer than 5000 copies of this 1878 atlas were sold, resulting in heavy financial loss and the exhaustion and ultimate demise of Mr. For commercial use or commercial republication, contact .
This was clearly inspired by the Andreas Atlases of Iowa and Minnesota - it has much the same format, and is equally well executed. Atlas is bound in half leather black cloth covered boards with "Illustrated historical atlas of Wisconsin" stamped in gold on the front cover and blind stamped on the back; the spine reads "Historical atlas of Wisconsin. Images may be reproduced or transmitted, but not for commercial use.
Checklist of printed maps of the Middle West to 1900, 6-1904; Phillips, 2634; Ristow, American maps and mapmakers, p. 1079; Le Gear, Atlases of the United States, L3419. Page acquired the plates and published another expanded edition in 1881 called the Illustrated Historical atlas of Wisconsin (P5079). Digital images and descriptive data © 2000 by Cartography Associates.
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