by Wm. A. Jackson. Relief shown by hachures. Latitudinal and longitudinal lines. Coordinates approximate and based on Greenwich meridian. Compass rose. Includes legend beneath title. Shows topography, drainage, cities and towns, ranches, mines, "Indian villages." Descriptive text throughout (e.g.: Prairie lands, elk abundant). "Copy Right Secured." "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1850 by Theodore A Mudge in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Southern District Court of New York." With text, titled: Appendix to Jackson's Map of the Mining District of California. --- California, Dec., 1849. Collector's note: On page two of the Weekly Pacific News Aug. 15 1850, there is a report headed Mariposa Mining Company, which begins: A meeting of the stockholders possessing a rich vein of quartz in the Mariposa region took place last eveing at the office of Messrs Palmer, Cook & Co., for the purpose of hearing a report from the mine, from Wm. A. Jackson, Esq, who arrived with a large quantity of specimens, ---. The vein is described. At the end it states that machinery for crushing rock "will be shipped to the mines today."