1940's era postcard view of US-5 in Holyoke running along the Connecticut River. View is looking north towards Mt. Holyoke Range.


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*MAP INDEX*
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INDEX OF

HISTORICAL

MAPS

From: "ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESOURCES OF THE CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY"

Published by the

MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION

Map 1: Drainage

Map 2: Topographic Character

Map 3: Contact Period Core Areas

Map 4: Contact Period Native Trail Network

Map 5: Plantation Period Core Areas

Map 6: Plantation Period Road Network

Map 7: Plantation Period Political Boundaries

Map 8: Colonial Period Core Areas, ca. 1740

Map 9: Colonial Period Core Areas, 1775

Map 10: Colonial Period Political Boundaries, ca. 1740

Map 11: Colonial Period Political Boundaries, 1775

Map 12: Colonial Period Road Network

Map 13: Federal Period Core Areas

Map 14: Federal Period Political Boundaries

Map 15: Federal Period Turnpikes, Canals and Toll Bridges

Map 16: Early Industrial Period Core Areas

Map 17: Industrial Period Political Boundaries

Map 18: Early Industrial Period Railroads

Map 19: Late Industrial Period Core Areas

Map 20: Late Industrial Period Railroads

Map 21: Late Industrial Period Street Railways and Recreation Areas

Map 22: Early Modern Period Core Areas

Map 23: Early Modern Period Highways, Airports, and Recreation Areas

 

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