Notes and Documents
and shows Barton's Creek. Black and white print. Scale: i inch-2oo varas. Size:
231/2 inches x 191/2 inches.
1874 Guide Map of the Great Texas Cattle Trail # 1493
from Red River Crossing to the Old Reliable
Kansas Pacific Railway
This map in booklet form is Number 42 of 750 numbered copies printed in
December, 1955, by the Branding Iron Press, Evanston, Illinois. The booklet contains
a detailed description of the trail. A short history of the guide book itself is
enclosed by the publishers of the reprint of the only known 1874 edition. The
map shows Texas and parts of New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, Indian Territory,
Arkansas, Missouri; roads to Red River Crossing; the trail to Ellsworth and Russell;
J. S. Chisum's Trail from Fort Sumner to Las Animas, Colorado; supply stores,
crossings, large ranches along the trail; towns; forts; rivers; Kansas Pacific Railway;
Kansas Pacific dead line.
1874 Revised Map of the Town of Ennis #94
Ellis County, Texas
Drawn by T. Kosse, Civil Engineer. Note: "Filed for Record at 2 o'clock P.M. July
16, 1874. Recorded July 16, 1874, at 21/ o'clock P.M. J. M. Phillips, clk. D. C." The
may shows streets by name, lots and blocks by number, the railroad reservation.
Photostat. Size: 9s/4 inches x 13/4 inches.
1874 Map of Scout of Second Column, Indian Terri- #954
tory Expedition, 1874, commanded by Lieutenant
Colonel G. P. Buell, 11th United States Infantry
Drawn by Private Carl Schulz. The map shows trails of various scouting parties,
camps, Indian villages, rivers, mountains, a fort, an Indian agency, a few ranches.
Photostat. Original in the Records of the War Department, Military Division of
the Missouri, National Archives, Washington D. C. It comes from Special File,
Indian Territory Expedition, 1875. Map accompanying report of George P. Buell,
February 24, 1875. No. 1473. Scale: 1 inch-8 miles Size: 131/2 inches x 177/8 inches.
1874 Proposed Redistricting of State [Texas] #1
Shows item in the title. Note: "Insert to H. B. No. 449 by Morris of Victoria and
75 others." Six copies. Size: 11 inches x 8 inches.
1874 Asher and Adams' Texas, Eastern Portion #418 B
Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1874 by Asher and Adams in the
Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C. In printed colors the map
shows counties, county seats, railroads, rivers. Inset: Portion of Texas [southern tip].
One copy. Scale: i inch-2o miles. Size: 16 inches x 221/4 inches.
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 August 3, 2015.