Rare map of the Mid-Continent, extending west to Salt Lake and Idaho, published in New York by H.S. Stebbins.
The map includes early appearances of Colorado Territory (1861) and Montana Territory.(1864).
The map is most noteworthy for its unusual configuraton for Dakota Territory, pre-dating the formation of Wyoming.
Montana has only 9 counties, predating the formation of Musselshell and Meaghter Counties in 1866.
The map is drawn from a wall map which includes decorative vignettes, including a Buffalo Hunt in Northern Nebraska and Elk in eastern Colorado.