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Map of the veins of the Virginia District known in 1868 (1868)
Map of the veins of the Virginia District known in 1868 (1868)
TitleMap of the veins of the Virginia District known in 1868 (1868)
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Call NumberG4352.V5 1868.M36 (Special Collections)
Searchable Date1868
Original Date1868
Electronic Publication Date2008
Original PublisherSan Francisco : E. Fletcher
Electronic PublisherMary B. Ansari Map Library for the Special Collections Department, University of Nevada, Reno
Description1 col. map ; 76 x 119 cm; "Ap. 22 1868"; Shows location of the mining districts of Gold Hill and Virginia City; Scale 250 feet to an an inch
SubjectMines and mineral resources -- Nevada -- Comstock Lode -- Maps
Nevada -- Maps
Gold Hill (Nev.) -- Maps
Virginia City (Nev.) -- Maps
Resource TypeImage
Location DepictedComstock Lode (Nev.)
Nevada -- Maps
Permissions InformationNot to be reproduced without permission. To purchase copies of images and/or obtain permission information, please see: http://www.knowledgecenter.unr.edu/specoll/photos.html
Contributing InstitutionUniversity of Nevada, Reno [owner]
Formatimage/jpeg2000; image/djvu; image/jpeg; image/tiff
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.
ContributorsE. Fletcher, Lithographer
Languageeng

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