(Nebraska) Johnson's Nebraska, Dakota, Colorado, & Kansas, by Johnson and Browning,
This famous map was published only in 1862 before the creation of Montana. "Greater Nebraska" has been reduced by the creation of a huge Dakota that extends from Minnesota to the Continental Divide-across most of today’s Montana and much of Wyoming. Nebraska now has a long panhandle that extends to the divide and is squared off with part of Utah giving it an elongated appearance.
A brightly colored map with some marginal dampstaining. Image size is 13x16, full color, decorative border.