Otsego cemetery plat map is the original plan of the cemetery drawn in approximately 1854, showing plots purchased by the city's founders and pioneers. It was designed during the time of the Rural Cemetery Movement and is an example of an early community graveyard (and cemetery association), not associated with a church.
This map shows the village of Traverse des Sioux along the Minnesota River. The village was named after the Traverse des Sioux, which was the French name for the crossing site of the river by the Dakota people who lived in the vicintiy.
One volume of the 1872 ledger with hand drawn plat maps and landowners written in pencil. The ledger has what is thought to be a bullet hole perforating the book almost cover to cover. The twelve Waseca County townships have all been included, however not all plats drawn contain content. The back of the ledger contains five entries of bounties paid for wolves and taxes collected in the early villages of Clear Lake City, Village of Wilton and East Janesville in Waseca County, Minnesota.
One atlas (394 pages), illustrated, maps (part colored), portraits, 46 cm. Minnesota Historical Society reserve copy originally purchased in 1874 by Christian Schrade of Lakeland, Minnesota. In 1981, it was donated to Minnesota Historical Society by Myrtle P. Schrade, a descendant of Christian Schrade.
Map of Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, and the first and second ring southern suburbs, including portions of Hennepin, Ramsey, and Dakota counties. Outside of the major metropolitan areas, all of the public land survey townships are delineated and property ownership is indicated.
Hardcover book containing maps of the villages, cities and townships of Nobles County; map of Minnesota and United States; History of Nobles County; and Historical Patrons Director. Nobles County Historical Society has a conplete index to names in the plat book and the pages those names appear on. Contact Nobles County Historical Society for information from this index.
Plat Book of Renville County, Minnesota, 1888. Title page states the information was complied from public and private records and personal examinations and surveys. The book includes 45 pages of color maps of all 27 townships and 11 cities and towns, including Beaver Falls. Includes many geographic features, including: Lee Lake, Robinsons Creek, Rush Lake, Stockade Lake, Round Lake, Goose Lake, Kelly Lake, Plum Lake, Wolff Lake, and Altman Lake. Includes a map of Renville County and a map of Minnesota.
Hardcover book containing township and village plats; History of Cottonwood County; Real Estate Dealers; Illustrations of Buildings; Map of United States; Map of Minnesota; Map of Cottonwood County; and Reference Directory.
George A. Ogle and Company, Publishers and Engravers
Standard Atlas of Mower County, Minnesota, 1896. George A. Ogle and Company, Publishers and Engravers, created this book, including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, a map of the State of Minnesota, a map of the United States and of the World. There is a farmers directory, illustrations of early residents, a business directory and general information about the county. An analysis of the system of U.S. Land Surveys, a digest of the system of Civil Government, and a chronological calendar of events from medieval times to 1896.
Book of plat maps of all the townships in Olmsted County, Minnesota, with owners' names. Maps of the United States and the world are included along with a chronological history of the world. There is also a section detailing the system of land surveys and the system of civil government in the United States.