I have tried to leave large overlaps so maps can be printed and pasted together for home or classroom use. Of course, most browsers may have trouble printing the oversized images. Saving the file and later editing the image, with Paint Shop (or similar image editor) may be necessary for sizing the picture to fit on printer paper. --Scott K. Williams
Oct 12, 1868 statement by Julius Pitzman (County Surveyor).
Oct 20, 1868 declaration by C. E. Solomon (County Engineer) and John Alt (County Road Superintendent)
Oct 22, 1868 certification by Cozens (Land Surveyor and Civil Engineer)
The historic boundary of the City of St. Louis is portrayed as heavy black line. This was its location at the time this map was published in 1868. Unfortunately because this is a very detailed map, the actual full size images are very large in file size. Using the new Internet Explorer, version 6.0 browser ? Don't forget to click on image after it completely loads to get full size.
The following links are for magnified "focus areas":
If a name is unreadable in the above grayscale format, it is possible
that it may be more readable in the below black and white format. But overall
these have lower quality than the grayscale. These also have smaller file sizes
(around 300-500 K) and will load faster if one has a slower modem.
You are the 1931st Visitor to this Site since we began counting on Jan 27, 2002. This page was last updated Thursday, 31-Jan-2002 06:50:16 MST by Scott K. Williams, Florissant, Mo.