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1. Blanchard's guide map of Chicago. [cartographic material] Blanchard's guide map of Chicago. [cartographic material] Chicago (Ill.); Maps; Illinois Detached from cover. Insets: Chicago in 1812; Old Fort Dearborn [view]. Includes "street guide," "location of additions and subdivisions," "ward limits," 1-16; "fire districts," "fire signals," and "legal...

2. D.B. Cooke & Co.'s railway guide for Illinois shewing all the stations with their respective distances D.B. Cooke & Co.'s railway guide for Illinois shewing all the stations with their respective distances connecting with Chicago. Illinois; Railroads; Maps Includes index to towns and railroads serving them.; Inset: Rail-road connections.; "Lith. by H. Acheson, ...Chicago."

3. Map of the state of Illinois, N. America showing all its rail-roads completed or in progress connecting Map of the state of Illinois, N. America showing all its rail-roads completed or in progress connecting with lines direct to N. York, S. Louis & Canada, their stations distances & c.... Illinois; Railroads; Maps Includes table of monetary exchange rates, glossary of terms in four languages, and inset: Emigrants guide to the Far West.; Checklist of printed maps of the Middle West to 1900, 4-1547.

4. Blanchard's township map of Illinois : showing all the rail roads, stations, and towns, being a complete Blanchard's township map of Illinois : showing all the rail roads, stations, and towns, being a complete shippers guide to the state with parts of Iowa and Missouri. Drawn from plats of each county by official authority. Illinois; Maps
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