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Bullfrog Mining District (1905)
Bullfrog Mining District (1905)
TitleBullfrog Mining District (1905)
View map image in other file formatsftp://dataworks.library.unr.edu/Keck/HistTopoNV/Historic_Maps/Bullfrog_Mining_District_1905.djvu (274K); ftp://dataworks.library.unr.edu/Keck/HistTopoNV/Historic_Maps/Bullfrog_Mining_District_1905.jpg (74.7Mb); ftp://dataworks.library.unr.edu/Keck/HistTopoNV/Historic_Maps/Bullfrog_Mining_District_1905.tif (215.5Mb); ftp://dataworks.library.unr.edu/Keck/HistTopoNV/georeferenced/Historic_Maps/Bullfrog_Mining_District_1905.zip
CreatorSherer, George E.
Searchable Date1906
Original Date1906
Electronic Publication Date2004
Original PublisherUnited States : Dept. of Mineral Surveyors
Electronic PublisherNevada State Library and Archives
Description1 map ; 60 x 84 cm. or smaller; Title supplied by cataloger; Scale: 1 inch = 3000 feet.
SubjectMining districts -- Nevada -- Nye County -- Maps
Mines and mineral resources -- Nevada -- Nye County -- Maps
Resource TypeImage
Location DepictedClark County (Nev.)
Nevada
Permissions InformationPersonal, including educational and academic, use of this material is without restriction but acknowledgement of the Nevada State Library and Archives and the DeLaMare Library, UNR, is requested whether the use is oral, web or in print. Commercial use of any portion of this material requires permission from the Nevada State Library and Archives, Carson City, Nevada. http://dmla.clan.lib.nv.us/docs/NSLA (775) 684-3313
Contributing InstitutionUniversity of Nevada, Reno [host]
Nevada State Library and Archives [owner]
Formatimage/jpeg2000; image/djvu; image/jpeg; image/tif
Digitization SpecificationsThis JPEG2000 file was derived from a high-resolution (300 dpi, 24-bit) uncompressed TIFF image that was scanned from the original using an IDEAL/Contex Magnum 54" Plus wide format scanner, default color configuration. The TIFF files were also converted into both the JPEG and DjVu formats. These files are all loaded on the UNR Libraries' NAS server.
ContributorsMilliken, W.B.
Languageeng

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