The Official 1912 State Map
Even if you're not intrigued by old maps, this one is worth a closer look. In particular, check out some of the details, including the absence of Lake Powell and the existence of now-nonexistent national forests (Dixie, Crook, Tusayan and Zuni). Take advantage of the zoom feature in the upper left corner of the map and have fun exploring!
© Sharlot Hall Museum and Archives
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