This lithographed map shows all of todays Oklahoma except the panhandle. The entire area is divided into the separate tribal areas and each tribal area found on later maps is seen here but not necessarily color differentiated. The map is colored in three colors to differentiate between the lands of the Cherokee, Creek and Choctaw but obviously other tribes are also settled on those lands as well. It is similar to the larger maps of the same series and appears to be reduced from the 1879 issue.
The color is soft and attractive. When it was issued the left lower edge was trimmed not effecting the image. It has been replaced. Image size is 12x16, full bright color