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1. 1866 Trolley Map of Portland, Oregon Raster Lewis & Clark Public content

This map is an 1866 map of portland's trolley system, all centered around the Willamette River. Map was found in Portland's "Archives and Records M... Lewis & Clark College (Portland, Or.).

2. 1910 Portland development Raster Lewis & Clark Public content

This 1910 map shows Portland's quick east-side development and the beginning of south-east suburban sprawl. This map comes from the "Greater Portl... PDXScholar, Carl Abbott.

3. General Land Map 1852-South Raster Lewis & Clark Public content

Surveyor General's Office. This map shows the Portland area in 1852 as the "township south of range east of the Willamette Meridian Territory". Created by the Surveyor Genera...

4. General Land Map of Portland North 1852 Raster Lewis & Clark Public content

Surveyor General's Office. This map shows the Portland area in 1852 as the "township north of range east of the Willamette Meridian Territory". Created by the Surveyor Genera...

5. General Portland Development Plan 1912 Raster Lewis & Clark Public content

This map shows the condition of development in Portland 1912 and the plan for future development of streets, parks, and business district. This is ...

7. Hanson & Garrow's Map of Portland 1912 Raster Lewis & Clark Public content

Hanson & Garrow. This is a merged map of the north and south parts of Hanson & Garrow's map of Portland 1912, showing the Columbia River and the development of Port... University of Wisconsin Milwaukie.

8. Industrial Map of Portland 1921 Raster Lewis & Clark Public content

Commission of Public Docks. This map shows locations of industrial facilities in 1921 including ports, principal industries, railroad and street car lines, public docks, lumbe...