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1852 Hoen/Preston Oregon Territory

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"A Diagram of a Portion of Oregon Territory"

Published by A. Hoen & Co., 1852

This early lithographic map of "A Diagram of A Portion of Oregon Territory" was published circa 1852 by A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore. The accuracy of the map is attested to and signed off by William B. Preston, Surveyor General, on October 21, 1852.

On August 14, 1848, Congress created the Oregon Territory, an area that includes what is today Oregon, Idaho, Washington, and western Montana. The Oregon Territory quickly became a popular place for various groups of immigrants and settlers.