LAND-CLASSIFICATION MAP OF THE LIVINGSTON QUADRANGLE SHOWING PART OF THE YELLOWSTONE FOREST RESERVE MONTANA.

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John Leiberg

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Land-Classification Map of the Livingston Quadrangle showing part of the Yellowstone Forest reserve Montana.

Muti-color lithograph, 1903.
Image 18 x 12 5/8" (45.4 x 32.3 cm).
Good condition and color.
LOCATION: New York City

Inventory Number: 96358
Price: SOLD
Publisher : Published by the U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, 1904.
Drawn on a scale, 1 : 250,000, or 3.7 statute miles to an inch. Contour interval, 200 feet. By John D. Leiberg.

Appeared in Professional Paper No. 29. Four tints of blue show the forest yield of lumber per acre; grassy, alpine, bare rocks, and agricultural areas and snow fields are distinguished. Springdale, Montana is shown in the upper right. Livingston, Montana is in the center left. Gardiner is on the lower edge of the map. Printed by Julius Bien & Co.
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