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James Henry Martineau (1828-1921) was a Mormon convert who is perhaps best known as a territorial, federal, and railroad (Union Pacific) surveyor. He was, as well, a settler, clerk, cartographer, photographer, and engineer. Although Martineau was acquainted with many upper-echelon Mormon leaders (including Brigham Young), he did not attain high-ranking status in the Church. Eventually he did, however, have four plural wives and more than twenty children.
Martineau arrived in Salt Lake City in 1850 while on his way to California from New York. While in Utah he converted to Mormonism. He completed a variety of surveys in southern Utah before serving as an officer in the Nauvoo legion during the Utah War of 1857-58. In 1860 he settled in Cache Valley as the county surveyor and the U.S. deputy internal revenue collector. In 1888 he moved his families to Colonia Juarez in Mexico, although in 1903 he moved back to Salt Lake City.
This collection consists of 49 reproductions of original plat maps in Cache and Franklin counties. These reproductions are mounted onto acid-free boards and show city lots as well as property boundaries for agricultural land. The plats were drawn by Cache County surveyor James Henry (J.H.) Martineau in the 1860s and 1870s.
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Cache County plat map photograph collection, 1860-1896. (P0322). Utah State University. Special Collections & Archives Department.
|1||1:01: Franklin City and Farmland. Variation 16 degrees 20' East Click to Access||1860-1863|
|1||1:02: John Monson's 1/4. N.W. 1/4 of Section S. Township 10 N. Range 1 East. Subdivided Click to Access||January 26, 1876|
|1||1:03: Millville and Hyrum. Hay Land (Old Church Reservation). Variation 16 degrees 20' East Click to Access||July 1865|
|1||1:04: Paradise City, Plats A. B., Old Paradise and blocks 1-11, Plat A, Paradise Farm Survey Click to Access||1866-1875|
|1||1:05: Logan and Farms with city flats A-E Click to Access||0|
|1||1:06: Providence Surveys, Plats A and B- Providence City and Plats A-F. Farmland also Millville City Click to Access||0|
|1||1:07: Plat of Providence Town site Click to Access||September 4th 1871|
|1||1:08: Paradise City, Plats A and B- Old Paradise and blocks 1-11. Farm Survey Click to Access||1866-1875|
|1||1:09: Township Line between Townships 11 and 12 North, Range 1 West Click to Access||0|
|1||1:10: Logan City Survey of Block 1 and Plat B Click to Access||May 16th, 1896|
|1||1:11: Paradise City. Plat B, Blocks 4, 12, 13, in Plat A- Farm Survey and Town 10 North Range E. Farm Survey Click to Access||August 31, 1867|
|1||1:12: Farmland Surveys- Smithfield. Plat A, B and C Click to Access||0|
|1||1:13: Logan Island- Plats B, C, D and Farmland Click to Access||0|
|1||1:14: Hyrum Surveys. Block 2 and 3, survey Click to Access||June 1864|
|1||1:15: Millville City-Plats A-C and Farmlands. Millville field, Church Reserve and east part of church farm. Variation 16 degrees 20' East Click to Access||April 1864|
|1||1:16: Logan City Survey of ward boundaries Click to Access||0|
|1||1:17: Logan City Town site Click to Access||0|
|1||1:18: West Part of Plat C- Logan City Click to Access||0|
|1||1:19: Plat E- Smithfield Survey and Plat B- Richmond Survey- Click to Access||June 1865|
|1||1:20: Millville City-Plats A-C and farmlands. Millville Church and field and east part of church farms. Variation 16 degrees 20'E Click to Access||April 1864|
|1||1:21: Paradise City. Plat B, Farm Survey and Blocks 4, 12, 13 in Plat A. Surveyed Click to Access||August 31, 1867|
|1||1:22: Hyde Park City-Plats A and B Click to Access||April 14, 1864|
|1||1:23: Hyde Park City- Part of Plats C, Logan and Plat B, Hyde Park Survey Click to Access||1861-1862 and 1869|
|1||1:24: Hyde Park City- Hay Land- Part of Plats C (Logan) and Plat B (Hyde Park) Click to Access||1861-1862 and 1869|
|1||1:25: Hyde Park City- Plats A, B, Farm Surveys Click to Access||0|
|1||1:26: Richmond City and Farmlands- Click to Access||1860|
|1||1:27: Providence- Plats A-F and Farmland, also Millville City Click to Access||0|
|1||1:28: Wellsville City- Plats A and B. Also Territorial and County Roads- Local Variation 16 degrees 20' E Click to Access||October 28, 1863|
|1||1:29: Hyrum City-Plat B and Farms (1864). Variation 16 degrees 20'E Click to Access||November 1863|
|1||1:30: Hyde Park City- Plats A, B, and Farm Survey Click to Access||0|
|1||1:31: Weston City (In Idaho Territory, March 26, 1868), Oxford (In Idaho Territory, September 23, 1864), C. Shumway's (July 27, 1875) and T. Parkinson's (September 30, 1874) Variation 16 degrees 20'E (U.S. Variation 17 degrees 30'E) Click to Access||0|
|1||1:32: John Wilson's Quarter Section- N.E. 1/4 of Sec. 8 T. 10 N. R. 1 E. (June 20, 1876) and Andrew Nielsen's 1/4 Sec.- S.E. 1/4 of Sec. 31 T. 11 N. R. 1 E. ( Click to Access||July 8, 1875)|
|1||1:33: Mill-sites for D. Hill, Wellsville (November 30, 1862); Benson and Thatch, Logan (October 26, 1874); Mill Co., Millville (October 11, 1874) and S. Roskelley, Smithfield (September 3, ?) Click to Access||0|
|1||1:34: Wollen Factory, East 1/2 of the Sec. 34, T. 11 N.- R. 1 E Click to Access||1877|
|1||1:35: Hyrum City- Plat B and Farmland Click to Access||1863-1864|
|1||1:36: T. Parkinson's 1/4 Section- Click to Access||September 30, 1874|
|1||1:37: C. Shumway's 1/4 Section- Variation 16 degrees 20'E (U.S. 17 degrees 30'E) Click to Access||July 27, 1875|
|1||1:38: Millville and Hyrum- Hay Land (Old Church Reservation)- Variation 16 degrees 20'E Click to Access||July 1865|
|1||1:39: Wellsville City- Plats A and B, also Territorial and County Roads- Variation 16 degrees 20'E Click to Access||October 28, 1863|
|1||1:40: John Conrad's Entry (Transferred to M.D. Hammond) being the S 1/2 N.E. of Sec. 4 and S. 1/4 of N. W. 1/4 Sec. 3 Th. R. 1 E.- Variation 16 degrees 20'E Click to Access||October 1874|
|1||1:41: Clarkston- Plats A, B and Farms- Click to Access||July 22, 1864 and October 1874|
|1||1:42: Township line between Townships 11 and 12 North Range 1 West and Range 1 East Click to Access||0|
|1||1:43: Newton- Plat A, B, C and Farms- Click to Access||April 1860|
|1||1:44: Newton- Plat A, B, C and Farms- Click to Access||April 1860|
|1||1:45: Providence- Hay land- Lot 2 Block 26. Church Survey- Variation 16 degrees 20'E Click to Access||July 12, 1865|
|1||1:46: Providence- Hay land- Lot 2 Block 26. Church Survey- Variation 16 degrees 20'E Click to Access||July 12, 1865|
|1||1:47: John Owens Patentee (October 1875) and Henry Parker Click to Access||(October 1875)|
|1||1:48: W. H. Maughan's, Joseph Woodward's and Robert Ashton's Entries Click to Access||(April 28-29, 1878)|
|1||1:49: Clarkston- Plats A, B and Farms- Click to Access||July 22, 1864|