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Coeur_D_AleneRe: Rare historical topographic maps of Oregon's mining regions.
M E G: Thanks for the Oregon goodies, the pdf files are super great! Goood info... "V"
Mineral_Estate_GranteeRare historical topographic maps of Oregon's mining regions.
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Rare historical topographic maps of Oregon's mining regions. 23 new maps added, including Baker City 1899, Sumpter 1900, Quartzville 1985, Gold Hill 1983, Galice 1946, Riddle 1902, Grants Pass 1905, Sterling Creek 1983 and others. Historic maps are a great source for finding old roads, trails, mines, cabins, ghost towns and other things that the agencies have removed from current maps.

http://www.miningrights.org/mining/mining.html#maps

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