Maps. Railroad and plat maps of cities and towns of the Choctaw Nation, as well as of telephone lines therein, 1907, and the St. Louis World's Fair, 1904. Note: all maps have been separated from the other sub-series of Series V, and have been filed with the Map Collection of the Division of Manuscripts. Series V, Sub-Series D Map Collection, Division of Manuscripts
Maps: Cities and Towns of the Choctaw Nation
1. Alderson (near). Map of railroad spur to shaft number five. Sept. 1904. 2. Alderson (near). Map of railway spur to coke ovens. Sept. 1904. 3. Alderson (near). Map of railway spur to Slope number 38. Oct. 1904. 4. Ardmore Junction. Map of additional station grounds. August 1902. 5. Bache. Map of proposed additional grounds for the railway. Oct. 1904 6. Bennington. October 1902. 7. Blanco. Map of additional station grounds. August 1902. 8. Blanco. Map of proposed pipeline and reservoir near. Sept. 1902. 9. Bokchito. Map of additional right of way for the railroad station grounds. December 1902. (2) 10. Coalgate. Map of proposed pipeline and reservoir. September 1902. 11. Coal Creek. Map of station grounds. Undated. 12. Crowder City. Map of the additional right of way required for Wye tracks near Crowder City by the Ft. Smith and Western Railway. Undated. 13. Crowder City. Map of the railway station grounds. Undated. 14. Delaware Creek. Map of proposed reservoir for the railroad. Sept. 1902.
15. Edward. Map of additional station grounds. August 1902.