Title MAP: Milwaukee, Wisconsin: 1901
Book Condition Black and white map, printed on 18" x 24" paper., Reproduction map of original
Publisher Reproduction map of original
Seller ID B36
At the time this map was made, Milwaukee’s population was approaching 300,000 people, nearly a third of them immigrants from Europe. This map captures the development of the city and locates the city’s streets and its 21 wards, making it ideal for use with the 1900 census. Many public buildings and institutions, such as the Industrial School for Girls, the Orphan Asylum, and the National Home for Destitute Veteran Soldiers, are shown. Railroads and street car lines are located, along with cemeteries and even major breweries. A street name index completes the map.