Map of Lake County, Illinois from actual surveys and other authentic sources
- US IlHpHS R2012.31
This is a map of Lake County, Illinois by George Hale, county surveyor and J.N.Truesdell, clerk of the circuit court, published by L. Gast Bros. and Co., St. Louis. The map is from actual surveys and other authentic sources. The map shows Lake County in 1861. The map includes historical statistics of Lake County dating back to 1834. It also includes an illustration of the Public Square in Waukegan, a Table of Distances and a table of Statistics. There are also several insets: Waukegan, Antioch, Half Day, Millburn, Wauconda Central Part of Lake Forest, Hainesville, Long Grove, Lake Zurich, Libertyville, Deerfield Village, Forksville, Diamond Lake, O'Plain Bridge, and Barrington. There is a note at the bottom of the page: "Copied to preserve historical record in the office of R.M. Lobdell, County Superintendent of Highways, March 1948, by order of the Board of Supervisors of Lake Co., Guy L. Grinnell, Chairman, from old map furnished by the Lake County Historical Society, Bess Dunn, Secretary by R.M.Brown."