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Due to installation of compact shelving in the Geography and Map Division, the Non-Folio Atlas Collection (call no. G1000 to G1992.) is temporarily closed. These atlases will not be served in the Geography and Map Division until further notice. We regret any inconvenience this temporary construction may cause. Please contact the Geography and Map Division Reading Room at 202-707-6277 if you have any questions.

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State of Sequoyah (1905)
State of Sequoyah.
G4021.G46 1905 .G4

Shows names of land owners and railroads. Covers part of eastern Oklahoma. "Map of Indian Territory, edition of July 1902, revised to date, and county divisions made under direction of Sequoyah Statehood Convention, August and September 1905.

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  March 29, 2019
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