Map of a part of southern Nevada showing ground-water conditions, 1914
- Digital ID
- Map of a part of southern Nevada showing ground-water conditions, 1914
- Individual Creator
- At bottom of map: 'Base compiled from plane-table sheets, topographic maps of U.S. Geological Survey, railroad alignments, and General Land Office data.' Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Shows township and range grid. Covers from southeast corner of White Pine County to Sloan and from Nye County border to Arizona-Utah border. Shows flowing wells, nonflowing wells, springs, flowing-well areas, dry holes and shore lines of ancient lakes.
- Group Contributors
- Scale 1:500,000 (W116°--W 114°/N 45°--N 36°). Series: Water-supply paper (Washington, D.C.), 365. Map is plate 1 from the U.S. Geological Survey water-supply paper 365.
- Accession Number
- G4351.C34 1914 .G45
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- United States
- Subject (LCSH)
- DC Type
- Still Image
- Genre (LC TGM)
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- Digital Publisher
- University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries
- Digital Collection
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- This file is derived from a high-resolution (150 dpi, 24-bit) uncompressed TIFF image that was scanned from the original using a Contex Magnum XL 54 scanner, default color configuration, using EasyScan 7.1 software. The TIFF files were converted into the JPEG2000 format.
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