California, Territories of New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and Utah - 1860 edition (JMP-104)

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JMP-104
1.0
R 1860 Johnson's California, Territories of New Mexico and Utah JB 1 47-48 none AZ & NM above each other; NV boundary extends in the north W from about longitude 113[5] to 120[2] then due S to Mormon Settlement[8] then SE to southern border which is the same as UTís[11]
JMP-104
2.0
P 1860-61 Johnson's California, Territories of New Mexico and Utah JB 1 54-55 none
JMP-104
3.0
P 1861-62 Johnson's California, Territories of New Mexico and Utah JB 1 54-55 none The names "UTAH" and "NEVADA" no longer overlap[9]; NV boundary now extends in the north W from longitude 116[3] past 120 to the eastern edge of Goose Lake[1] then due S to Beckwith Pass[7] then S along the Sierra Nevada Mtns to southern border which is the same as UTís[11]; also CO defined out of UT, KS, NE
JMP-104
4.0
R 1862 Johnson's California, Territories of New Mexico and Utah JW(a) 1 54-55 none
JMP-104
5.0
P 1862-63 Johnson's California, Territories of New Mexico and Utah JW(b) 1 58-59 none Back has no printing (if back unavailable for view, could be either Version 5 or 6); NV boundary now extends in the north W fr longitude 116[3] to 120[2] then goes again due S to Mormon Settlement[8] then SE to southern border which is the same as UTís[11]
JMP-104
6.0
R 1863 Johnson's California, Territories of New Mexico and Utah JW(b) 1 58-59 HU68-69 Back has Historical and Statistical View of US pages 68-69 (if back unavailable for view, could be either Version 5 or 6)
JMP-104
7.0
R 1863 Johnson's California, Territories of New Mexico and Utah JW(b) 2 58-59 HU68-69 CO, NM, AZ, NV, UT, CA defined almost correctly; Correct northern NV boundary now extends E fr about longitude 115[4] to 120[2] then goes due S to Mormon Settlement[8] then SE to southern border which is the still the same as UTís[11]
JMP-104
8.0
P 1863-64 Johnson's California, Territories of New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and Utah JW(b) 2 58-59 HU68-69 CO now has 17 counties; New counties (partial listing)- CA: Mono[10], Lake[6]