National Geographic : 1897 Apr
NATIONAL L GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE iMAP OF THE KOOTENAI SHE most complete map of the rich mining region of the Kootenai f and adjacent territory in Washington and British Columbia has just been published by the NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY. It is just what is needed by those going to that country or who desire to study and know about it. The map is made in relief, is 25 by 18 inches in size between borders, and has in connection with it-on the same page-smaller maps that f show the relation of the region to the world at large. The principal drainage of the country is laid SA down in blue, the trails and roads are shown, the rail-i ways plainly indi cated, the names of important towns printed in large black letters, and the topography is Sorepresented in brown. As far as the ore deposits 1 are known, they are indicated in a i general way by red SMELTER, TRAIL, B. c. lettering. The country shown upon the map includes particularly the Slocan, Kootenai Lake, Cariboo Creek, Deer Park, Nelson, Salmon River, Trail or Rossland, and the Boundary Creek regions. It also shows the t' Arrow Lakes and Lardeau country and some portion of the Okanogan and Fort Steele regions. The map is compiled from reliable and official data and shows the Mining District Subdivisions and the elevations of the mountains and lakes. The opposite side of the sheet contains an accurate statement and description of the country, showing its discovery and development to the present time. The folder will be sent to any address, together with a copy of our new tourist book, upon receipt of six cents in stamps. CHAS. S. FEE, General Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn.