Notes and Documents
Topographer. Second Annual Report. 18go. Plate XXVIII. Sierra Blanca Sheet.
Printed by Julius Bien and Company, Lithographers, New York." Map shows
elevations, towns, roads, trails, railroads, buildings, and mountains. Black and white
print. One copy and three photostats. Scale: 1 inch-5556 feet. Size: 17 inches x
1890 Sections along Lines Indicated on Topographic #1876
Maps of Trans-Pecos Texas
Geological Survey of Texas. Second Annual Report. Plate XXVI. W. H. Streeruwitz,
Geologist for Western Texas. Map shows sections of the mountains in the area.
Two photostats. Size: 14 inches x 2os/ inches.
[1891?] Geological Survey of Texas Progress Map #13
Department of Agriculture, Insurance, Statistics and History. E. T. Dumble, State
Geologist. Published by Julius Bien and Company, Lithographers, New York. Map
shows rivers, railroads, counties, and county seats. Scale: 1 inch-loo miles. Size:
14 inches x 101/ inches.
1891 Castro County #1777
Subtitle: "General Land Office, July 8th, 1891. Bexar Land District." Map is certified
by signature of W. L. McGaughey, Commissioner of the General Land Office of
Texas. Lithography by Geo. D. Barnard and Company, Photographers, Lithog-
raphers, St. Louis. Map shows land sections by number, land blocks by number
and owner, county school lands, creeks, rivers, and names of surrounding counties.
Scale: 1 inch-4ooo varas. Size: 24 inches x 187/ inches.
1891 Cottle County #1782
Subtitle: "General Land Office, Austin, Texas, 1891. Fannin Land District." Map
is certified by the signature of W. L. McGaughey, Commissioner of the General
Land Office of Texas. Lithography by Geo. D. Barnard and Company, Photog-
raphers, Lithographers, St. Louis. Map shows land sections by owner and number,
land blocks by owner and number, rivers, creeks, towns, names of surrounding
counties. Black and white print. Scale: 1 inch-4000 varas. Size: 24 inches x g19 inches.
1891 The Cretaceous Area North of the #1881
Subtitle: "Geological Map showing Divisions and Distribution over a typical area
by J. A. Taff and S. Leverett. Topography principally from the Topographic Sheets
of the United States Geological Survey. Geological Survey of Texas. E. T. Dumble,
State Geologist. Third Annual Report. Plate X." Map shows railroads, counties,
roads, towns, crossings, mountains, rivers, creeks, and cretaceous system (with a
legend). Photostat. Scale: 21/ inches-lo miles. Size: 15/4 inches x 231/2 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 October 7, 2015.