RESOURCES FEED U.S. INDUSTRY, 1860–1900
Map on spring roller with backboard
Symbols denote steel and other manufacturing centers, and deposits of key metals (gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, molybdenum). Color shading shows iron- and coal-mining areas, and an inset at the bottom has pie charts showing urban population in 1860 versus 1900, and a chart showing the growth of U.S. manufacturing over the same period.
This title is part of the series: THE NYSTROM COMPLETE U.S. HISTORY MAP SET