Panoramic Maps of Lackawanna County, PA

These maps are available on the Library of Congress American Memories Panoramic Maps website. They are provided here in a format that is easier to save and print.

Each map is displayed in a small format (450 pixels) which, when clicked, brings up a larger (1200 pixel) size. You can't read much in that size, but it helps getting oriented. A larger size in one piece (2400 to 3000 pixels) can be downloaded by those with high speed connections or a lot of patience. The same larger image is also available in three or four sections that will overlap slightly. These are not only designed for easier download, but for printing. For best results, open the images in a graphics program for printing. Following each is the link to the Library of Congress page where the original can be viewed in the original size, but only in sections when zoomed on that website.

Archbald 1892

Larger map (1.5MB); Left side; Center; Right side

LOC Archbald Map page

Carbondale 1890

Larger Map (2MB); 4 Sections - left to right: First; Second; Third; Fourth

LOC Carbondale Map page

Dunmore 1892

Larger Map (2MB); 4 Sections - left to right: First; Second; Third; Fourth

LOC Dunmore Map page


Jermyn 1889

Larger Map (1.3MB); Left; Center; Right

LOC Jermyn Map page

Moosic 1892

Larger Map (1.3MB); Left; Center; Right

LOC Moosic Map page

Moscow 1891

Larger Map (1.7MB); Left; Center; Right

LOC Moscow Map page

Pittston and West Pittston 1892

Larger Map (1.4MB); Left; Center; Right

LOC Pittston and West Pittston Map page

Providence (North Scranton) 1892
This map does not have as much detail (very few street names) as the others.

Larger Map (1.4); 4 Sections - left to right: First; Second; Third; Fourth

LOC Providence Map page

Scranton 1890

Larger Map (2.7MB); 4 Sections - left to right: First; Second; Third; Fourth

LOC Scranton Map page

West Newton 1900

Larger Map (1.3MB); Left; Center; Right

LOC West Newton Map page

These map added to the site by Susan Pieroth, February & March 2008

Library of Congress American Memories Panoramic Maps website
Library of Congress Map Collections

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  This document and information is made available free to the public for non-commercial purposes by the Lackawanna County, PAGenWeb Project.