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Map of Johnson City and Stanton County, Kansas

Map of Johnson City and Stanton County, Kansas
Creator: Hall & O'Donald Topeka Litho. Co.
Date: Between 1890 and 1899
This is a map showing a plat of Johnson City and Stanton County, Kansas, presented by Van Noorden & Starnes, Johnson City, Kansas. The map shows the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad; Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad; Wichita & Western Railroad; and Montana, Kansas, Texas Railway lines in Stanton County. Also, the Southern Stage line is shown on the county map. The text on the map promotes the settlement of Johnson City and Stanton County.


Official railroad map of Kansas 1899

Official railroad map of Kansas 1899
Creator: Matthews-Northrup Co., Buffalo, N.Y.
Date: 1899
This map shows the railroad lines that crossed Kansas in 1890. It was issued by the Kansas State Board of Railroad Commissioners. W. P. Dillard was the chair and the other members were L. W. Lewelling and W. M. Campbell. The secretary to the Commission was J. M. Senter and the clerk was Richard Coyle.


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