[Washington, DC]: Printed by the U.S. Geological Survey, Engraved by R.F. Bartle & Co., Washington, DC, 1934. Large wall map of the United States, 58.5 x 81 in., including part of Mexico, and the Island of Cuba, mounted on cloth and attached to wooden rollers at the upper and lower edges. A good, bright copy with some overall toning, wear and chipping mostly at the lower corners, and old dampstaining at the lower left corner. The map includes outlines of the areas of territorial growth and additions to the original thirteen states, with dates of acquisition and boundaries for the Louisiana Purchase, the Annexation of Texas, territory ceded by Mexico after the Mexican War, etc. Inset maps along the lower margin show Alaska, the Philippine Islands, American Samoa, Guam, Manua Group, Hawaiian Islands, Puerto Rico & the Virgin Islands, and the Canal Zone & Isthmus of Panama, plus an Index map. Also included along the lower margin is a note: "The list of Guano islands appearing on previous editions of this map have been omitted pending revision thereof." Editions of this map were published by the General Land Office from the early 1900s on. Item #62009
Seven listings found on OCLC for this 1934 edition: Calif. State - Long Beach, Illinois State, Univ. of Chicago, Harvard, State Hist. Soc. of N. Dakota, Utah State, and Univ. of Wisconsin.