Notes and Documents
She l4ap Collectiaon of the rexas State
Archives, 1866-1887 *
JAMES M. DAY and ANN B. DUNLAP
[The following is a continuation of the Map Collection of the
Texas State Archives, 1846-1865, which appeared in the April, 1962,
1866 Johnson's Texas # 1488
Published by A. J. Johnson, New York, 1866. In printed colors the map shows
counties, towns, roads, railroads, rivers, creeks, lakes, mountains, topographical
remarks, location of Indian tribes, forts, camps, waterholes, crossings, county seats,
parts of New Mexico, Mexico, Indian Territory, Arkansas and Louisiana. Insets:
(1) Plan of Galveston Bay and Vicinity (2) Northern Part of Texas. Scale: 25/
inches-oo miles. Size: 17 inches x 231/8 inches.
1866 Johnson's New Map of the State of Texas #1511
By Johnson and Ward
Map is dated 1866. In printed colors the map shows counties, towns, roads, forts,
camps, rivers, lakes, creeks, mountains, Barnard's Old Trading House, German
settlements, land surveyors' districts, Texas and parts of New Mexico, Indian
Territory, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mexico. Insets: (1) Plan of Sabine Lake (2)
Plan of the Northern Part of Texas (3) Plan of Galveston Bay. Scale: 21/4 inches-
80 miles. Size: 231/ inches x 151/2 inches.
1866-1895 Map Showing Cattle Trails as Used #1447
from 1866 to 1895 for Driving Cattle on to
Shipping Points or When Trailing to Northern
Markets or Jack Potter's Map of
Prepared by A. C. Loveless, Clayton, New Mexico. Presented by the author, Jack
Potter, to the Texas Collection, University of Texas Library, October lo, 1935.
*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.
Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101196/. Accessed September 3, 2014.