A map of the Pacific Northwest as of 1859, including British Columbia, Washington State, Oregon, and some of Nebraska. Cities, towns and bodies of water are labelled. State and international borders are outlined. Mountain ranges are marked with hachures. Coal and gold formations are marked according to a small legend on the left side of the map. Inset maps show the Strait of San Juan de Fuca and British possessions in North America, respectively. The very southernmost part of Russian America (now known as Alaska) is visible in the top left of the map.