JOHN N. HAPPY CAMP COLLECTION
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Series 15: Maps, 1962-1974

1. Congressional Districts and Vote Registrations. October 1967; Oklahoma Press Service; 8 1/2 x 14; gives number of registered Democrats and Republicans in each Oklahoma county.

2. No Grazing Periods Established by State Committee for 1970 Programs, March 31 - October 1, 1970. 8 1/2 x 11; shows all Oklahoma counties.

3. United States Department of Interior Geological Survey Map of Oklahoma. June 1969; USGS; 28 x 18; shows geological survey section and quarter-section blocks for parts of Oklahoma.

4. Alfalfa County, Oklahoma. n.d.; n.p.; 25 x 19; shows survey grid in sections and quarter-sections, roads, towns, geographical features, and participating advertisers.

5. Location of 1969 Oklahoma Regional Advisory Council Members.1969; n.p.; 8 1/2 x 11; shows state of Oklahoma with participating towns marked.

6. Urban Renewal Plan of the University Medical Center Project. [prior to 1968]; Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority; 11 x 17, drawing of Oklahoma City from N. E. 4th to N. E. 13th between Geary Avenue and Everest Avenue with planned urban renewal projects.

7. Central Oklahoma Area Voc-Tech School District No. 3. n.d.; 8 1/2 x 11; school district map showing towns in Central Oklahoma Area Voc-Tech area and Gordon Cooper Voc-Tech area.

8. Gas Pipe Lines in the State of Oklahoma. Jan. 1, 1970; Oklahoma Natural Gas Company; 34 x 22; showing proposed Anadarko Pipeline construction 1971-1974.

9. Contour Map of Camp McFadden. March 23, 1964; Wilson and Company Engineers; 32 1/2 x 42 1/2; recreational facility plans for site on Arkansas River.

10. Oklahoma with Indian Tribal Lands Held in Trust Indicated by County. n.d.; 34 x 22; gives some tribal leaders addresses.

11. Soil Survey Coverage. June 30, 1969; United States Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service; 20 x 10 1/2; shows published and unpublished soil surveys by Oklahoma county.

12. Congressional Districts. n.d.; n. p.; 5 x 3; indicates Deep Fork River in relation to congressional districts. Back of map has information on Deep Fork's fall across the state and describes its winding path through the districts.

13. Extent of Ogallala Formation and of Glorietta Sandstone and Equivalents in the Oklahoma Panhandle and Adjoining Areas. 1969; United States Department of Interior Geological Survey; 27 x 22; shows Oklahoma Panhandle plus parts of Kansas, Colorado, Texas and New Mexico.

14. Geologic Sections of the Oklahoma Panhandle and Adjoining Areas. 1969; United States Department of Interior Geological Survey; 36 x 20 1/2.

15. Geologic Section C-C' of the Oklahoma Panhandle. 1969; United States Department of Interior Geological Survey; 41 1/2 x 15.

16. Hydrologic Maps of the Oklahoma Panhandle and Adjoining Areas. 1969; United States Department of Interior Geological Survey; 27 x 22; also shows parts of Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas.

17. Preliminary Plan O-K Water Inc. Kay and Osage Counties, Oklahoma. June 1971; Patrick Schlesinger and Evans and Nelson Engineering Company; 36 x 24; shows boundaries of Kaw Reservoir under construction and its effect on surrounding areas.

18. Optima Dam and Reservoir. June 1965; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 16 x 10 1/2; shows area in Oklahoma Panhandle of dam and reservoir on back of brochure.

19. Canton Reservoir. 1962; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 27 x 16; shows detail of Canton Reservoir and recreational facilities on back of brochure.

20. Fort Supply Reservoir. 1962; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 27 x 16; shows detail of Ft. Supply Reservoir and recreational facilities on back of brochure.

21. Great Salt Plains Dam and Reservoir. 1962; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 20 x 18; detail of lake, wildlife refuge boundaries, and recreational facilities on back of brochure

22. Oklahoma Water Resource Development. 1970; U.S. Bureau of Reclamation; 17 x 10 1/2; shows areas of Oklahoma having completed, proposed, or potential water resource sites, plus irrigated and irrigable lands.

23. Reclamation Activities - Oklahoma. 1969; U. S. Bureau of Reclamation; 17 x 10 1/2; shows completed, under construction, and proposed water projects.

24. Kaw Dam and Reservoir. [after 1962]; Ponca City Savings and Loan Association; 17 1/2 x 22 1/2; detail of lake, dam, shoreline, and vicinity.

25. Cimarron River Watershed. Feb. 1966; U. S. Army Corps of Engineers; 17 x 10 1/2; shows Soil Conservation Service watershed programs along Cimarron River, and river's drainage from headwaters to mouth.

26. Central Oklahoma Project. 25 May 1964; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 8 1/2 x 11; Condensed Plan and Profile of Navigation Channel and Water Conveyance Canal.

27. Availability of Ground Water in Texas County, Oklahoma. 1967; United States Department of Interior Geological Survey; 48 x 24; shows land contours and geologic deposits as well as rivers and streams. Hydrogeologic map.

28. Availability of Ground Water in Texas County, Oklahoma. 1967; United States Department of Interior Geological Survey; 38 1/2 x 31; shows degrees of thickness of saturation of underground formations.

29. Availability of Ground Water in Texas County, Oklahoma. 1967; United States Department of Interior Geological Survey; 48 x 24; shows favorability for irrigation development.

30. Reconnaissance of the Water Resources of the Fort Smith Quadrangle, East-Central Oklahoma. 1969; Oklahoma Geological Survey; 30 1/2 x 33 1/2; geologic map of northeast quarter of Oklahoma.

31. Reconnaissance of the Water Resources of the Fort Smith Quadrangle, East-Central Oklahoma. 1969; Oklahoma Geological Survey; 31 x 37 1/2; map of degrees of availability of ground water in northeast quarter of Oklahoma

32. Reconnaissance of the Water Resources of the Fort Smith Quadrangle, East-Central Oklahoma. 1969; Oklahoma Geological Survey; 31 x 27 1/2; shows chemical concentrations in ground water in northeast section of Oklahoma.

33. Reconnaissance of the Water Resources of the Fort Smith Quadrangle, East-Central Oklahoma. 1969; Oklahoma Geological Survey; 31 x 22 1/2; precipitation map, water-quality sampling sites map, plus stream flow table, chemical analysis of surface water table, and list of lakes in Ft. Smith quadrangle.

34. City of Sayre Water Distribution System. n.d.; Hudgins, Thompson, Ball, and Associates, Inc.; 35 x 36; plat of Sayre, Oklahoma showing proposed water system.

35a-b. Camp McFadden. n.d.; n. p.; 8 1/2 x 11; shows water system.

36. Oklahoma Water Resources Board Region IV. 1968; n.p.; 24 x 18 1/2; Washita River drainage from Texas border to eastern Caddo County line.

37. Kaw Reservoir Relocation of Kay County Roads. Oct 1970; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 19 3/4 x 14 1/2; Relocation of K-8 Stage 1.

38. Creek Watersheds of the Deep Fork River Watershed. October 1967; U.S. Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service; 8 1/2 x 11; side 2 is "Salt-Camp Creek Watershed in Lincoln and Creek Counties."

39. Arcadia Reservoir. n.d.; n.p.; 8 1/2 x 11; sketch of lake on Deep Fork River.

40. Quapaw Project, Lincoln County, Oklahoma. [1967?]; n.p.; 8 1/2 x 11; area of Deep Fork River drainage in Lincoln Co.

41. Deep Fork River and Arcadia Lake. December 1970; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 17 x 10 1/2; sketch of Arcadia Lake and surrounding area.

42. Deep Fork River and Arcadia Lake. June 1972; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 17 x 10 1/2; sketch of Arcadia Lake and surrounding area.

43. Stop! Look! Think!. n.d.; n.p.; 17 x 22; shows areas to be flooded by proposed Bison Dam on Turkey Creek in Garfield County and lists reasons for local opposition.

44.Central Oklahoma Project General Area. January 1971; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 16 x 10 1/2; shows lakes and water supply sources in southeast Oklahoma.

45. Kaw Reservoir Public Use Areas. n.d.; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 16 x 10 1/2; back of brochure titled Kaw Dan and Reservoir (under construction).

46. Arkansas-Red River Basin Water Quality Control Study Area VI Reservoir Area. n.d.; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 17 x 10 1/2; shows Elm Fork drainage in southwest Oklahoma.

47. Arkansas-Red River Basin Water Quality Control Study Area IX Reservoir Area. n.d.; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 17 x 10 1/2; shows Pease River drainage in West Texas.

48. Arkansas-Red River Basin Water Quality Control Study Areas XIII and XIV Reservoir Area. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 17 x 10 1/2; shows Red River drainage near Estelline, Texas.

49. Arkansas-Red River Basin Water Quality Control Study Area XV Control Plan. n.d.; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 8 1/2 x 11; shows Little Red River near Turkey, Texas.

50. Cimarron River and Tributaries Watershed. May 1970; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 21 x 10 /2; Cimarron River drainage from headwaters to mouth.

51. Creek Watershed of the Deep Fork River Watershed. October 1967; U.S. Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service; 11 x 14; shows Deep Fork watershed on brochure about Deep Fork River Association.

52. Canadian River and Tributaries Watershed. March 1971; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 16 1/2 x 10 1/2; shows North and South Canadian drainage headwaters to mouths.

53. Arkansas and Red River Basins Authorized Projects. October 1967; U. S. Army Corps of Engineers; 21 3/4 x 10 1/2; list and location of water projects in Corps of Engineers Tulsa District region.

54. Natural Chloride Pollution Areas of Arkansas-Red River Basins. n.d.; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 21 x 10 1/2.

55. Arkansas River Basin, Arkansas River and Tributaries, Great Bend, Kansas to Tulsa, Oklahoma (Excluding Cimarron River Basin. April 1966; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 17 x 10 3/4.

56. Multiple Purpose Plan for the Development of Arkansas River and Tributaries. March 1969; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 18 1/4 x 10 3/4; shows Arkansas River from Arkansas City, KS to Mississippi River and water resource projects with information on back about Arkansas Navigation Project.

57. Arkansas, White, Red River Basins. n.d.; Arkansas Basin Development Association; 24 x 9; brochure about commercial development and use of Arkansas River with map.

58. Arkansas River Basin, Arkansas River and Tributaries, Great Bend, Kansas to Tulsa, Oklahoma (Excluding Cimarron River Basin. June 1971; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 17 x 10 3/4; same as map #55 but has two prospective dam sites marked.

59. Arkansas-Red River Basin Water Quality Control Study Area I Reservoir Area. n.d.; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 17 x 10 1/2; shows Salt Fork drainage and Great Salt Plains Lake in northern Oklahoma.

60. Arkansas-Red River Basin Water Quality Control Study Area II and III Reservoir Area. n.d.; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 17 x 10 1/2; shows Cimarron River drainage near Buffalo in northern Oklahoma.

61. Arkansas-Red River Basin Water Quality Control Study Area IV Reservoir Area. n.d.; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; 17 x 10 1/2; shows Salt Creek near Okeene, Oklahoma.

62. The Ocean Comes to Oklahoma. Nov. 1970; Reader's Digest; 5 1/2 x 3 1/4; small map showing locations of locks and dams on Arkansas River in Arkansas and Oklahoma.

63. Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. n.d.; n.p.; 22 x 11; map of Southern California showing existing and proposed water facilities.

64. Expansion of the Metropolitan Water District Aqueduct System for Transport and Delivery of State Project Water. June 1970; Metropolitan Water District of Southern California; 17 1/2 x 11 1/4; shows proposed expansion of water system in Los Angeles area and various municipal water districts involved.

65. Snake River Projects. Aug. 1968; n.p.; 8 1/2 x 11; shows proposed dams on Snake River in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.

66. Industrial Development in the TVA Area. 1967; n.p.; 8 1/2 x 11; shows Tennessee Valley Authority region of states and lists information on each district.

67. Tennessee River and Interconnected Inland Waterway System. n.d.; n.p.; 8 1/2 x 11; shows central United States with major rivers marked.

68. Inland Waterways of the United States. n.d.; n.p.; 8 1/2 x 11; shows central U.S. and inset of Northwest with major rivers marked on both.

69. Proposed Anadarko Pipeline. n.d.; Arkansas Louisiana Gas Company; 17 x 11; shows Oklahoma and Arkansas with gas lines and systems marked.

70. Fed Cattle Production. 1970; Southwestern Public Service Company; 17 x 11; county map of Oklahoma and Texas panhandle, plus part of eastern New Mexico showing fed cattle production in 1969 and projections for 1970.

71. Fed Cattle Industry. 1973; Southwestern Public Service Company; 17 x 11; same as map #70, but no future year projections.

72. Highway Map of Idaho. 1969; Conoco; 18 x 36 3/4.

73. Official Highway Map of Idaho. 1970; Idaho Department of Highways; 17 3/4 x 35 1/4.

74. Idaho Fishing Seasons and Regulations. 1970; Idaho Fish and Game Department; 22 1/2 x 17 1/2; map of Idaho and fishing regulations by area of the state.

75. Idaho Official Highway Map. n.d.; Idaho Department of Highways; 17 3/4 x 35 1/4; with notations and info on National Wild and Scenic River System.

76. Generalized Geologic Map of the Santa Barbara Channel Region. 1969; U.S. Department of Interior Geological Survey; 23 x 16 1/2; shows geologic formations on land around channel, plus contours within channel.

77. Oil and Gas Fields, Leased Areas, and Seeps in the Santa Barbara Channel Region. 1969; U.S. Department of Interior Geological Survey; 22 x 16 1/2.

78. Structure of the Dos Cuadras Oil Field and Contiguous Parts of the Rincon Trend. 1969; U.S. Department of Interior Geological Survey; shows oil company wells in Rincon Trend in Southern California.

79. Greater Bakersfield and Kern County. 1973; Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce; 22 x 35; street map of Bakersfield and map of Kern County.

80. Scenic Guide and Map of Puget Sound. 1970; Washington State Ferries; 11 1/2 x 21; ferry routes and visitor info on Puget Sound area.

81. Olympic Peninsula Travel-Recreation Map. 1968; Automobile Club of Washington; shows roads and ferries of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington.

82. Alaska. 1969; U.S. Department of Interior Geological Survey; 48 1/2 x 35; topographical map of Alaska with roads and towns.

83. Wildlife in Alaska. Jan. 1968; Alaska Department of Fish and Wildlife; 35 x 22 3/8; recreational map of Alaska.

84. Anchorage Street Map. 1969; Union 76; 21 x 14.

85. Official West Virginia Highway Map. 1972; West Virginia. Department of Highways; 28 x 22.

86. Your Capital Guide - Washington, D.C. n.d.; Happy Camp; 11 x 16 3/4; points of interest in the Capitol Building and in city of Washington, D.C.

87. Pennsylvania Official Highway Map. 1972-1973; Pennsylvania Department of Transportation; 38 x 25 1/2.

88. Landowner's Conservation and Protective Association. n.d.; n.p.; 17 x 14 1/2; South Florida map showing Everglades and other conservation areas and major streets and roads.

89. Grid of Washington, D.C. Area. n.d.; AAA; 17 x 12; grid of Washington, D.C. area.

90. Grid of Greater Washington, D.C. Area. n.d.; AAA; 17 x 12; grid of greater Washington, D.C. area.

91. Development Corp. District. n.d.; n.p.; 18 1/2 x 11; map of Washington D.C. showing a blocked off area along Pennsylvania Avenue.

92. St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. 1972; n.p.; 26 x 18; street map and shopping/tourist information.

93. Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. July 1, 1966; n.p.; 17 x 11; Mariana, Caroline and Marshall Islands.

94. Olympic National Park, Washington. 1970; National Park Service; 16 3/4 x 13; Olympic Peninsula and National Park with visitor and recreation information.

95. Boundary Map, Grand Canyon National Park. June 1973; n.p.; 14 x 8 1/2; map of Colorado River from Lake Mead to Navajo Bridge and Glen Canyon.

96. Boundary Map, Grand Canyon National Park. February 1973; n.p.; 14 x 8 1/2; map of Colorado River from Lower Grand Canyon to Glen Canyon Reservoir.

97. Boundary Map, Proposed Grand Canyon National Park. January 1969; n.p.; 14 x 8 1/2; copy of topographical map of Grand Canyon area (poor quality copy).

98. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park Wilderness Plan Exhibit A. January 1971; n.p.; 10 1/2 x 15.

99. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park Wilderness Plan Exhibit E. September 1973; n.p.; 10 x 15.

100. Haleakala National Park, Hawaii, Wilderness Plan, Exhibit A. July 1972; n.p.; 15 x 10 1/2..

101. Yosemite National Park, California, Wilderness Plan. July 1972; n.p.; 15 x 10 1/2.

102. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, Wilderness Plan Exhibit A. September 1972; 15 x 10 1/2.

103. Muir Woods National Monument, California. Sept. 1968; National Park Service; 11 1/4 x 9 3/4; map of park with recreation and visitor information.

104. Saguaro National Monument, Arizona, Wilderness Plan Exhibit A. June 1972; n.p.; 15 x 10 1/2; shows Rincon Mountain District and Tucson Mountain District and their relation to Tucson.

105. Chiricahua National Monument, Arizona, Wilderness Plan Exhibit E. Sept. 1973; n.p. 16 x 10 1/2.

106. Joshua Tree National Monument, California, Wilderness Plan Exhibit A. July 1972; National Park Service; 15 x 10 1/2.

107. Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Monument, Colorado, Wilderness Plan, Exhibit E. May 1973; n.p.; 16 x 10 1/2.

108. Great Sand Dunes National Monument, Colorado, Wilderness Plan, Exhibit A. August 1972; National Park Service; 15 x 10 1/2.

109. Bandolier National Monument, New Mexico, Wilderness Plan. January 1974; n.p.; 16 x 10 1/2..

110. Oregon Dunes Recreation Area. 1970; United States Forest Service; 30 x 12 1/4; recreation/visitor information and map of Oregon Coast from North Bend to Florence.

111. Sawtooth, Challis, and Boise National Forest. Aug. 1970; n.p.; 32 1/4 x 26 3/4; shows two flight paths over forests.

112. National Park System. 1969; National Park Service; 14 x 11; U.S. map showing National Park Service properties and regions.

113. National Park System. 1973; National Park Service; 14 x 11; U.S. map showing National Park Service properties and regions.

114. Proposed Sawtooth National Recreation Area. April 1, 1966; n.p.; 24 1/4 x 32 1/2; color-coded for various use and terrain areas.

115. Point Reyes National Seashore. September 1966; National Park Service; 11 1/4 x 13; visitor/recreation information and map.

116. John Muir. 1968; John Muir National Historic Site, California; 12 x 9 1/4; visitor brochure.

117. U.S. Lead and Zinc Production. 1971-1972; n.p.; 11 x 8 1/2; map of U.S. showing mineral production.

118. Electric Power Marketing Areas. n.d. n.p.; 16 x 10 1/2; shows Department of Interior and Tennessee Valley Authority regions.

119. National Benevolent Association of the Christian Churches. n.d.; n.p.; 14 x 10; shows location, name and address for several Christian homes across the U.S.

120. Proposed Federal Highway Extension Plan. August 1973; Quincy, Illinois Highway Committee; 36 1/4 x 24; map of US showing proposed highways and their relationship to some Congressional districts.

121. Congressional Districts for the 92nd Congress. August 1970; U.S. Department of Commerce; 42 x 30; shows Congressional Districts and counties in US after redistricting.

122. Present and Proposed UPS Interstate Service Areas. January 1969; United Parcel Service; 17 x 11; shows UPS service areas by state.

123. Present and Proposed UPS Interstate Service Areas. April 1968; United Parcel Service; 17 x 11; shows UPS service areas by state.

124. Community Action Agencies. March 1, 1969; n.p.; 23 1/2 x 16; U.S. map showing counties, regional and headquarters Community Action Agencies

125. Percent Change in Population by State 1960 - 1970. 1970; Department of Commerce Bureau of the Census; U.S. map showing population shifts.

126. Generalized Map Showing Annual Runoff and Productive Aquifers in the Conterminous United States. 1964; U.S. Department of Interior Geological Survey; 43 1/4 x 26 1/2.

127. Number of American Indians by Counties of the United States. 1970; Department of Commerce; 16 x 10 1/2.

128. Paris. 1969; Public Commissioner General of Tourism; 20 1/4 x 12 1/2; street map of Paris and points of interest.

129. Road Map of Spain. n.d.; Spanish Ministry of Information and Tourism; 21 1/2 x 20 1/4.

130. Madrid and Its Surroundings. n.d.; Spanish Ministry of Information and Tourism; 15 x 17 1/4; street map of Madrid and area.

131. Barcelona and Its Surroundings. n.d.; Spanish Ministry of Information and Tourism; 15 x 17 1/4; street map of Barcelona and area.

132. Costa del Sol. n.d.; Spanish Ministry of Information and Tourism; 11 3/4 x 8 5/8; travel brochure and map of Spanish Mediterranean coast.

133. Street Map of Central Moscow. n.d.; n.p.; 31 3/4 x 43; with street index on back.

134. Moscow in Russian. 1971; n.p.; 8 7/8 x 8 7/8.

135. New Zealand. 1966; New Zealand Department of Lands and Survey; 14 1/4 x 18 7/8; shows terrain, towns, roads on both north and south islands.

136. New Zealand's South Island. 1965; South Island Publicity Association; 17 1/4 x 22 1/2; shows roads, towns and international travel routes on South Island.

137. Marlborough Sounds. April 1, 1967; South Island Publicity Association; 22 1/4 x 17 1/2; travel brochure and map of northern coastal area of South Island.

138. How to See Tokyo. 1970; Japan National Tourist Organization; 11 x 17; travel brochure about Tokyo with folded-out street map.

139. Teito Rapid Transit Authority Subways in Tokyo. n.d.; Teito Rapid Transit Authority; 7 7/8 x 6; route map and time schedule.

140. Tokyo. n.d. 5 1/4 x 8; small sketch of U.S. buildings in downtown Tokyo.

141. Vietnam and Neighboring Countries. July 17, 1967; U.S. House of Representatives; 19 x 26; smaller maps of Asia, Economic Map of S. E. Asia, Topographical Map of Asia, with large map of North and South Vietnam.

142. Antarctica. n.d.; National Science Foundation; 8 x 10 1/2; map shows named areas in relation to Arctic Circle.

143. Antarctica. n.d.; National Geographic Society; 25 x 19; shows towns and historic events and land forms.

144. The Indians' Continent. n.d.; n.p.; 16 x 11; shows tribes and their types of lodging by North American region.

145. Nascom Network. n.d.; n.p.; 18 1/4 x 10 1/2; shows global communication lines.

146. JAL World Route Map. February 1973; Japan Air Lines; 20 1/4 x 14 3/8; shows air routes across globe.

147. Apollo 17 Recovery. December 1972; NASA-USAF; 15 1/2 x 10 3/8; map of Pacific Ocean with air route from Washington, D.C. to recovery site in South Pacific marked.

148. The Red Planet, Mars. February 1973; National Geographic Society; 38 x 22 3/4; shows several views of Mars with named locations; reverse has artists' conception with scientific information.

149. Kentucky. 1973; Official Highway and Parkway Map; 22 1/4 x 35 1/4.

150a-c. Surface-Mined Coal Lands in Eastern Oklahoma Showing Acreage Disturbed and Reclaimed through June 1973. 1974; Kenneth S. Johnson, of the Oklahoma Geological Survey; Map 150a shows Craig, Mayes, Nowata, Rogers, Tulsa, and Wagoner counties, 32 x 45 ; Map 150b shows Atoka, Coal, McIntosh, Muskogee, Okmulgee, and Pittsburg counties, 33 1/4 x 43 ; and Map 150 c shows Haskell, Latimer, LeFlore, and Sequoyah counties, 29 x 34.

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