The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 65, July 1961 - April, 1962

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77e j4ap Collectiom of the Zexas State
Arcdkies, 1846-1865*
Compiled by
JAMES M. DAY and ANN B. DUNLAP
[The following is a continuation of the Map Collection of the
Texas State Archives, 1527-x845, which appeared in the January,
1962, Quarterly.]
[1846?] Plan Showing the Positions of the American #1400
and Mexican Troops Near Matamoros
Presented to the Subscribers of the New Orleans Picayune. The map shows the
Rio Grande; infantry, cavalry, and artillery placements; center of Matamoros; farms;
and trees. Photostat. Original in possession of Paul C. Ragsdale, 2811 Red River,
Austin, Texas. No scale given. Size: 21 inches x 111/4 inches.
[1846?] [Santiago del Valle or #1885
Thomas F. McKinney's Ranch]
'Tracing by Reynolds Lowry, May 1o, 1952. Notes. (1) "Thomas F. McKinney Cattle
Horse & Jack Brands in Travis County, Texas. Registered May 14, 1846, Mark &
Brand Book. Book No. 1." [Drawings of brands follow] (2) "Family Circle at
McKinney Falls" [List of family follows] (8) "Pilot Knob, Elevation 7125 feet, of
volcanic origin. Only one of record in Travis Cty." The map shows the ranch and
surrounding land sections by owner and some dates of title, towns, rivers, creeks,
railroads, dams. Photostat. Size: 177/8 inches x 24 inches. Identical in content to
Map #1571 below.
[1846?] [Santiago del Valle or #1571
Thomas F. McKinney's Ranch]
Identical in content to Map #1885 above. Scale: 1 inch-ooo varas. Size: 18 inches
x 241/8 inches. In colors.
*The number on the left of each listing shows the historical period of time
which the map represents. If the historical date and the date of publication are
not simultaneous, the latter will be found either in the title or the body of the
listing. The title used is that shown on the map. If the map had no specific title,
one was created and brackets [] were used as a distinguishing feature. The number
to the right of the title is the number by which the map is filed in the Archives
and is the one persons should request when they desire to examine a particular map.

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