Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania Vintage Map
This is a high quality, digitally restored land ownership map print of Schuylkill County, PA from the year 1830.
This historic print includes several recognizable Schuylkill County landmarks and land owner names, and it’s incredibly accurate for 1830.
Our team has restored this vintage Schuylkill County land ownership map by enhancing color as well as editing out discoloration, tears and fold lines. Some imperfections such as stamps and other markings with historical value have been left untouched, but they are easily cleaned up if you choose at no additional cost.
This great-looking vintage map of Schuylkill County is available in various sizes and is printed in ultra-high quality resolution on museum-quality, durable paper.
These pieces look amazing in a frame, or hung as a poster.
Cities included on this map: Altamont, Ashland, Auburn, Beurys Lake, Branch Dale, Brandonville, Buck Run, Coaldale, Cressona, Cumbola, Deer Lake, Delano, Donaldson, Englewood, Forestville, Fountain Springs, Frackville, Friedensburg, Gilberton, Girardville, Gordon, Grier City, Heckscherville, Hegins, Hometown, Kelayres, Klingerstown, Lake Wynonah, Landingville, Lavelle, Mahanoy City, Marlin, McAdoo, McKeansburg, Mechanicsville, Middleport, Minersville, Mount Carbon, Muir, New Philadelphia, New Ringgold, Nuremberg, Oneida, Orwigsburg, Orwin, Palo Alto, Park Crest, Pine Grove, Port Carbon, Port Clinton, Pottsville, Ravine, Reinerton, Renningers, Ringtown, Saint Clair, Schuylkill Haven, Seltzer, Shenandoah, Shenandoah Heights, Sheppton, Summit Station, Tamaqua, Tower City, Tremont, Tuscarora, Valley View
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