The only correct and reliable Map of the Washoe Mining Region with relative distances from the principal places of California. The claims are located by Parker H. Pierce Recorder of Carson City. Designed and drawn by R. M. Evans. Together with Evans' Travellers Guide
Evans, R. M., cartographer Kuchel & Dresel, lithographer
Map and guide are folded into a single cover, submap is also glued in the same cover. The Nevada Territory itself did not exist until 1861; the Comstock Lode, which appears on the map, was discovered in 1859. Submap: Map of the Overland Route. On submap: "Kuchel & Dresel lith.176 Clay St. S.F." Prime meridian: GM. Relief: shaded, hachures. Graphic Scale: Miles. Projection: Cylindrical. Printing Process: Lithography.
Washoe Mining Region (Nev.)--Maps Mines and mineral resources--Nevada--Washoe Mining Region Silver mines and mining--Nevada Washoe County (Nev.)--Maps Storey County (Nev.)--Maps Lyon County (Nev.)--Maps Ormsby County (Nev.)--Maps Washoe Lake (Nev.)
North America United States Nevada Washoe W 123° W 118°/N 41° N 37°
Huntington Rare Book Maps Maps, Huntington Digital Library
Anderson Galleries, Lossing sale, Jan. 29-30, 1917, no. 220