Highly detailed wall map of the area immediately south of Georgetown, Colorado, in the Peru Mining District, Snake River Mining District and Geneva Mining District, Summit County and Clear Creek County Colorado.
Teal's map provides in fine detail the topography of the region, lode claims, mountains, rivers, mountain passes, and town plats for Geneva, Montezuma, Chihuahua, and Decatur. Mountain passes listed include Webster, Loveland, and Argentine.
James Teal was a civil engineer and mining engineer who was listed by Fossett as a member of the faculty at Colorado School of Mines in 1870. Teal also produced a map of the town of Chihuahua in Summit County, dated June 11, 1880.
OCLC locates two copies (Denver Public Library and Colorado Historical Society).