Labor Commissioner's Official Map of Missouri Showing Surplus Commodities Shipped From Each County During 1896
A fascinating large map from the time when agriculture was booming and building the rural Midwest. Divided by county and showing the railroad lines and its major towns, this map includes a wealth for the statistical production from county to county. While livestock was the peak of much production, minerals and timber were still notable. Uncommon.
Condition is fair with some soiling and repairs to the old folds, but exaggerated by our photos. Image size is approximately 31 x 35.5 (inches)