The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963

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Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 220), July 1,
1868." The map shows specific buildings by name, parade ground, post garden,
roads leading from the post, Rio Verde, Verde Creek, forks of the latter two, Monte
Del Mesa, Kerville [sic] Pass, hilly and wooded areas. Attached sheets reveal exact
location of the post, nature of surrounding territory, troops occupying garrison, and
general information. Two photostats. Size: x1 inches x 15 inches.
1868 Post of Fort Clark # 1904
Map No. 16
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The National
Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 22o), July 1,
1868." The map shows specific buildings by name, Las Moras Creek, roads leading
from the post and from Bracketsville [sic], El Paso Mail Route, town of Bracketsville
[sic]. Attached sheets reveal exact location of the post, nature of surrounding
territory, troops occupying garrison, and general information. Photostat. Size: 11
inches x 151/ inches.
1868 Post of Fort Inge, Texas #1905
Map No. 17
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The National
Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 220), July 1,
1868." The map shows the Leona River, roads leading from the fort, buildings by
name, length of fort walls, north limits, range of hills. Attached sheets reveal exact
location of the post, nature of surrounding territory, troops occupying garrison,
and general information. Photostat. Size: 1ol/ inches x 15 inches.
1868 Post of Fort Duncan # 1906
Map No. 18
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The National
Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 22o), July 1,
1868." The map shows buildings, length of the quadrangle, hills. Notes: (1)
"Extensive Arroya separating the Fort from the Eagle Pass settlement." (2) "Bottom
land at times overflowed." Attached sheets reveal exact location of the post, nature
of surrounding territory, troops occupying garrison, and general information.
Photostat. Size: 11 inches x 15 inches.
1868 Rio Grande Frontier #1907
Map No. 19
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The National
Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 220), July 1,
1868." The map shows camps, forts, El Paso del Norte, Memphis and El Paso
Railroad, rivers, creeks, hills, and counties. Photostat. Size: 11 inches x 151/4 inches.
1868 Post of Camp Concordia #1908
Map No. 20
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The National

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