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

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1889 Outline Map of the United States #417
Subtitle: "Showing Changed Lines of Commerce in the Region West of the
Mississippi River, as proposed by a Deep Water Harbor on the Gulf of Mexico,
Together with Present Railroad Connections with Gulf Cities." Published by the
Committee of Arrangements of the Deep Water Conventions held at Topeka,
Kansas, October 1, 1889. Lithography by Hall and O'Donald Lithographic Com-
pany, Topeka, Kansas. Map shows states, towns concerned with changes, and rivers.
Extensive information on commerce and a table of distances are printed on left
border. Size: 2ss/g inches x 151/8 inches.
1889 Upton County, State of Texas # 1834
October 1889
Copyright 1888 by R. M. Hall, Commissioner of the General Land Office of Texas.
Map is certified by Hall's signature. Lithography by Aug. Gast Bank-Note and
Lithographic Company, Map Publishers, St. Louis. Map shows land sections by
owner and/or number, land blocks by number and owner, mountains, lakes,
intermittent streams, and names of surrounding counties. Black and white print.
Scale: 1 inch-4ooo varas. Size: 24/4 inches x 191/ inches.
1889 Wichita County, State of Texas $1831
1889
Copyright 1888 by R. M. Hall, Commissioner of the General Land Office of Texas.
Map is certified by Hall's signature. Lithography by A. Gast Bank-Note and
Lithographic Company, St. Louis and New York. Map shows land sections by
owner and/or number, county school lands, railroads, towns, rivers, creeks, land
blocks by number, names of surrounding counties and Indian Territory on the
north. Black and white print. Scale: 1 inch-2ooo varas. Size: 275/ inches x 37 inches.
1890 Map of the Central Mineral Region # 1877
Note: "Chiefly from actual surveys made under the direction of Theo. B. Comstock,
Geologist for Central Texas. J. C. Nagle, Topographer. Department of Agriculture,
Insurance, Statistics and History. For detailed explanation concerning the con-
struction of this map including outside sources of information, consult the
Administrative report of Theo. B. Comstock, at Pages XCVI, XCVII of the 2nd
Annual Report of E. T. Dumble, State Geologist, 189o." Map shows counties, towns,
rivers, creeks, mountains, railroads, and mountain elevations. Two photostats. Scale:
a inches-o miles. Size: 14/4 inches x 17s/g 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 September 19, 2014.