• Map of the Town of Stoughton: Showing the Additions Made

    Dodge, J. T

    This map shows the additions made in January 1855, as well as houses, streets, Catfish Creek, and the Milwaukee and Mississippi Rail Road and Depot. It also includes manuscript annotations circa 1868…

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  • Stoughton 1904

    Sanborn Map Company

    Sanborn Fire Insurance maps are meticulously detailed, large-scale lithographed, color-keyed street maps. Sanborn Maps helped insurance agents in the late 19th and early 20th centuries determine the d…

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  • Stoughton 1892

    Sanborn-Perris Map Co

    Sanborn Fire Insurance maps are meticulously detailed, large-scale lithographed, color-keyed street maps. Sanborn Maps helped insurance agents in the late 19th and early 20th centuries determine the d…

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  • Stoughton 1912

    Sanborn Map Company

    Sanborn Fire Insurance maps are meticulously detailed, large-scale lithographed, color-keyed street maps. Sanborn Maps helped insurance agents in the late 19th and early 20th centuries determine the d…

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  • Stoughton 1898

    Sanborn-Perris Map Co

    Sanborn Fire Insurance maps are meticulously detailed, large-scale lithographed, color-keyed street maps. Sanborn Maps helped insurance agents in the late 19th and early 20th centuries determine the d…

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  • Stoughton 1887

    Sanborn Map & Publishing Co

    Sanborn Fire Insurance maps are meticulously detailed, large-scale lithographed, color-keyed street maps. Sanborn Maps helped insurance agents in the late 19th and early 20th centuries determine the d…

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  • Stoughton 1884

    Sanborn Map & Publishing Co

    Sanborn Fire Insurance maps are meticulously detailed, large-scale lithographed, color-keyed street maps. Sanborn Maps helped insurance agents in the late 19th and early 20th centuries determine the d…

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