Ownership Maps by Township

What’s a township map?

township map covers an area 6 by 6 miles (as specified by the Public Land Survey) and is defined by the township and range coordinates mapped out from established meridians and base lines.  These maps were generally drafted at a scale of 2″= 1 mile, and often displayed parcels of land down to 10 acres in size.  Numerous publishers, including Kroll, compiled such maps by county, assigning page numbers to each township and range.

Kroll has an archive of these township maps that includes numerous Washington State Counties.

 

Surveyor General Township Maps

These are drafters’ copies of the maps that delineated the township breakdowns for Washington State.  Most maps are pre-1890, and are not available for the entire state.  Please contact us for availability.

 

Homestead Tract Maps

These depict original homestead claims, with numbers and often old geographic features.  Only available for certain areas in Washington State.  Please contact us for availability.

 

Kroll Township Maps Archive List (County & year Published):

Clallam County – 1928
Clark County – 1932
Cowlitz County – 1927
Grays Harbor County – 1928
Jefferson County – 1928
Kitsap County –1935
Kittitas County – 1932
King County – 1912, 1930, 1950, 1958, 1971
Lewis County – 1926
Mason County – 1927
Pacfic County – 1926/1937 *
Pierce County – 1928
San Juan County – 1932
Skagit County – 1928
Skamania County – 1928
Snohomish County – 1952, 1960
Wahkiakum County – 1923
Whatcom County – 1934/1940/1947 *
Yakima County – 1956
* designates various dates of pages within the set, not complete sets with separate publication dates.