Plat map of Union Town, (1910)<br>Plat book of Whitman County, Washington compiled and published from actual surveys and the County records by Anderson Map Company

Files

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Title

Plat map of Union Town, (1910)<br>Plat book of Whitman County, Washington compiled and published from actual surveys and the County records by Anderson Map Company

Subject

Union Town (Wash.)--Maps<br>Whitman County (Wash.) -- Maps<br>

Description

1 map: col., 40 x 32 cm. <br>Plat map from the Whitman County city of Farmington.<br>Scale 400'=1"<br>Located between Union Flat, the earliest settlement founded in Whitman County (1869), and Cow Creek (1879), Union Town was named by Jesuit missionary Fr. Joseph Cataldo for its connection between the two. The Post Office was established in 1878 and the town incorporated in 1888. Due to technicalities in the filing of the report, the town was officially incorporated in 1890.

Creator

Anderson Map Company.

Source

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, WSU Libraries

Publisher

Seattle, Wash. : Anderson Map Company

Date

1910

Contributor

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections

Rights

Contact Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, for copyright information 509 335-6691

Relation

Is part of Plat Book of Whitman County Washington Compiled and Published from actual Surveys and the County Records by Anderson Map Company Seattle, Wash 1910

Format

image/jpeg

Language

English

Type

Maps<br>Plats

Identifier

WSU 107

Coverage

United States--Washington (State)--Whitman County--Union Town

Citation

Anderson Map Company., “Plat map of Union Town, (1910)<br>Plat book of Whitman County, Washington compiled and published from actual surveys and the County records by Anderson Map Company,” Digital Exhibits, accessed April 15, 2024, http://digitalexhibits.libraries.wsu.edu/items/show/1651.