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1905 Maps of the Bradshaw Mountains

Originally prepared by the USGS prior to 1923 these maps are in the public domain, however these particular maps represented on this webpage by the pictures below have been digitally updated by Rod Fitzhugh and therefore are new works and copyrighted as such. These maps are of great interest not only to prospectors but also to historians, relic hunters, 4wheelers etc. These maps contain the names of long lost and forgotten places, amazing geology and other valuable information. 3 maps below click to enlarge. I'm working on making these into posters too, I'm sure someone will be a copycat ;>

1905 Economic Geology Map of the Bradshaw Mountains

1905 Aerial Geology Map of the Bradshaw Mountains       

1905 Structure Sections of the Bradshaw Mountains