Illinois - 1864 edition (JMP-119)

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1.0
P 1864-65 Johnson's Illinois JW(b) 2 55-56 HU67-68 This is Version 1b used in atlases; "Entered...1864"[8]
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R 1864 Johnson's Illinois JW(b) 2 none none This is Version 1a: A loose uncolored copyright draft version of the Version 1.0 map with blank back, signed and dated at copyright office
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P 1865-66 Johnson's Illinois JW(b) 2 54-55 HU66-67
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3.0
P 1866-67 Johnson's Illinois AJJ 2 54-55 HU66-67
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P 1867-68 Johnson's Illinois AJJ 2 55-56 HU67-68
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A 1868-69 Johnson's Illinois AJJ 2 59-60 AGI52-53
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R 1870 Johnson's Illinois AJJ 3 59-60 AGI52-53
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R 1870-71 Johnson's Illinois AJJ 3 66-67 GI67-68
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R 1872 Johnson's Illinois AJJ 3 66-67 GI67-68 In IN- Canal SE fr Terre Haute now named “Wabash and Erie Canal”[5]
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R 1873-77 Johnson's Illinois AJJ 3 66-67 none In IA- RR(m) W fr Sabula[2] to Marion[1]
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R 1878-79 Johnson's Illinois AJJS 3 66-67 none
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R 1880 Johnson's Illinois AJJS 4 66-67 none In IN- RR(m) NE fr Crawfordville[4] to map border
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R 1881-83 Johnson's Illinois AJJC 3 66-67 none
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R 1883 Johnson's Illinois AJJC 4 66-67 none
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R 1884-87 Johnson's Illinois AJJC 4 66-67 none In IN- RR(m) NW fr Evansville[7] to Gentryville[6]