This map was issued in a Smithsonian Report on Catlins paintings. It is similar to the above map but the entire Territory is now colored to differentiate among the 32 separate tribal areas. On the map and in the key the tribe inhabiting each region is named. The colors are exceptionally bright. One of the most attractive and dramatic maps of early Oklahoma. This is probably the best copy of this map we have handled. The Greer county area is shown but not named. There are changes in content updating recent treaty changes.
Condition is very good. Image size is approximately 24.25 x 32.25 (inches)