The state never looked so good. With bold color, surrounding 10 historic vignettes, portray the key moments from French possession of the region in 1673, to the illustrious Columbian Exposition in 1893. Also illustrates the advent of Statehood, the Lincoln Douglas debates, as well as the great Chicago fire of 1871. The map notes the key industries (Soy beans, swine, coal, oil, etc) as well as major towns and points of interest.
Condition is very good. Image size is approximately 21 x 16 (inches)