Washington, Oregon and Idaho - 1860 edition (JMP-165)

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R 1860 Johnson's Washington and Oregon JB 1 46 none
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P 1860-61 Johnson's Washington and Oregon JB 1 53 none “by” and [pub] on one line[3]; The trail SE from Ft. Boise [15] to South Pass[19] is a solid line
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P 1861-62 Johnson's Washington and Oregon JB 1 53 none “by” and [pub] now on separate lines[3]; The trail SE from Ft. Boise [15] to South Pass[19] is now a dotted line
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R 1862 Johnson's Washington and Oregon JW(a) 1 53 none
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P 1862-63 Johnson's Washington and Oregon JW(a) 1 57 none Back has no printing (if back unavailable for view, could be either Version 5 or 6)
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A 1863 Johnson's Washington and Oregon JW(a) 1 57 HU67 Back has Historical and Statistical View of US page 67 (if back unavailable for view, could be either Version 5 or 6)
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R 1863 Johnson's Washington and Oregon JW(b) 2 57 HU67 The trail from Boise [15] to to South Pass[19] is again a solid line; ID present[12]
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R 1863 Johnson's Washington, Oregon and Idaho JW(b) 2 57 HU67 New counties- WA: Kitsap [5], Spokane [6], Klickitat [8], Snohomish [4]; OR: Umatila [9], Baker [14]; ID: Nez Perce[11], Idaho[16], Missoula[7], Shoshone[10]
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P 1863-64 Johnson's Washington, Oregon and Idaho JW(b) 2 57 HU67 “British Columbia” fr “British Possessions” in W Canada[1]
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R 1864 Johnson's Washington, Oregon and Idaho JW(b) 2 65 HU77
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P 1864 Johnson's Washington, Oregon and Idaho JW(b) 2 65 HU77 “British Columbia” in western CA [1] changed to “British Columbia Possessions”; In title “Idaho” is in dark black, non-italic outlined letters[2]
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A 1864-65 Johnson's Washington, Oregon and Idaho JW(b) 2 65 HU77 ID state line present and “IDAHO” is within the state[17]; “DAKOTA TERRITORY” now “MONTANA”[13]; “NEBRASKA” gone[20], “DAKOTA” now printed horizontally just above 44th parallel[18]; New counties- MT: Missoula[7]- moved fr ID