Rand McNally. 'Map of the Indian and Oklahoma Territories 1892 Compiled from the Official Records of the General Land Office and Other Sources'. Chicago: Rand McNally & Co. Map Publishers, 1892. Chromolithographed map (26 x 33 7/8 in.; 660 x 862 mm), accompanied by the original brown paper wrappers printed with the exhaustive explanatory title 'Rand McNally & Co.’s Official Map of the Indian and Oklahoma Territories. All Towns, Villages, Streams, Railways, Forts, and Ranches are accurately located and the different Nations are designated by separate colors. The routes of Mail Lines, the number of trips per week, and the dates of Treaties made with Indian Nations are clearly printed on the map. Military Reservations are shown, and Indian Reservations accurately bounded. The Eastern and Western Land Districts of Oklahoma are also shown'. — William H. Rowe. 'Map Showing the Location of the Indian Reservations within the Limits of the United States and Territories. Compiled from Official and other Authentic Sources, under the direction of The Hon. Jno. H. Oberly, Commissioner of Indian Affairs'. Washington: N. Peters, Photo-lithographer, for the Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, 1888. Chromolithographed map (22 3/8 x 34 ½ in.; 570 x 878 mm), inset maps of Alaska, Indian Territory, and “Mission Ind. Res. of California.” — United States War Department, Engineer Bureau. 'Section of Map of the States of Kansas and Texas and Indian Territory, with Parts of the Territories of Colorado and New Mexico'. [Washington: Government Printing Office for the War Department (lithographed and printed by Julius Bien, New York), ca. 1891–1895]. Chromolithographed map (18 1/8 x 29 in.; 462 x 737 mm), plate CXIX from the 'Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies'.— E. Hastain. 'Hastain’s Township Plats of the Creek Nation'. [Muskogee:Model Printing Co.,] 1910. 8vo book (6 5/8 x 4 in.; 167 x 101 mm) containing more than 250 lithographed plat maps. Original red calf gilt.
Together 3 maps and one book. Maps with a few small stains and light offsetting. Each handsomely framed with UVIII Plexiglass. Book rubbed and worn with marginal loss to a few leaves.