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1. Map of the state of Michigan and the surrounding country exhibiting the sections and the latest surveys; compiled from authentic sources by John Farmer.

1874. Farmer, John, 1798-1859. Cover title: Farmer's sectional map of Michigan for settlers & land dealers, with roads, rail roads, cities & towns &c. Shows surveyed counties, ro...

2. Map of the state of Michigan and the surrounding country exhibiting the sections and the latest surveys; compiled from authentic sources by John Farmer.

1867. Farmer, John, 1798-1859. Inset map: Plat of the copper district on Lake Superior. Indicates cities and towns. Shows surveyed counties. "Entered according to Act of Congress...

3. Map of the state of Michigan and the surrounding country, exhibiting the sections and the latest surveys compiled from authentic sources by John Farmer.

1854. Farmer, John, 1798-1859. Shows major cities and towns. Shows surveyed counties. "Note. Michigan is bounded west by Lake Michigan, Menomonie river of Green Bay and Montreal ...

4. Map of the surveyed part of Michigan by John Farmer.

1837. Farmer, John, 1798-1859. Engraved by S. Stiles & Co., New York. Greenwich and Washington prime meridians. Insets: The unsurveyd part of Michigan [ca. 1:2,870,000] -- Map of...

5. An improved map of the surveyed parts of the Territory of Michigan on a scale of 8 miles to an inch by John Farmer.

1831. Farmer, John, 1798-1859. Longitude west from Washington. Townships and range lines indicated for surveyed areas. "V. Balch & S. Stiles, engravers, N.Y.". Insets: Maps of th...

6. Map of the territories of Michigan and Ouisconsin...; Manuscript title above upper neatline: Michigan and Ouisconsin Territories.

1830. Farmer, John, 1798-1859. Prime meridian: Washington City. Engraved by Rawdon Clark & Co., Albany, N.Y. Inset: Map of part of Ste. Marie River from actual survey. Scale 8 mi...