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Download Northern Monterey County Details of 1900 Conceptual and Historical Land Use and Development in Salinas Valley and Vicinity (1.9 MB)

Subject

Digital representation created in 2017 of land use and development in the Salinas Valley and vicinity in 1900.

Description

A digitized map created in 2017 representing land use and development in the Salinas Valley and vicinity in 1900. The map reflects private rancho; high probability of harming and Irrigation areas; land suitable for grazing cattle, sheep and horses with some agriculture; California native habitat (least developed lands); canals; railroads; pump houses, oil seep, population centers; 1898 USGS Monterey County Road & Historic El Camino Real; Salinas River Watershed; Township and Range; County boundary; historic Mission sites; springs; wetland, sloughs and lakes; intermittent stream or slough; Salinas River; as well as rivers and streams. Data sources include Bureau of Land Management General Office Records; 1905 Sugar Beet District maps; 1908-1912 USGS Salinas Valley maps; and “Geology and Oil Prospects of Salinas Valley-Parkfield Area, California” by Walter A. English (1915). [Details of 1900 conceptual map are downloadable as supplemental documents.]

Source

Stetson Engineers, Inc.

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Language

English

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Arts and Humanities | Education | Engineering | Law | Life Sciences | Social and Behavioral Sciences

Original Format

Digital

Document Type

Map

1900 - Conceptual and Historical 1900 Land Use and Development in Salinas Valley and Vicinity [Draft]

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