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 County: Cherokee County, TX
 Collection: Map Collections from the University of Texas at Arlington
New Birmingham, Cherokee County, Texas

New Birmingham, Cherokee County, Texas

Date: 1891
Creator: Rand McNally and Company
Description: Map shows street names, city block and lot numbers, existing and proposed railroads, and some businesses and buildings for the town of New Birmingham, Texas in its early development. Inset: Map of iron ore in Cherokee Co. Scale not given.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
Soil map, Texas, Jacksonville sheet

Soil map, Texas, Jacksonville sheet

Date: 1903
Creator: United States Bureau of Soils.
Description: Map shows towns, roads, railroads, and soil types near early twentieth century Jacksonville, Texas. Includes legends and soil profile. Scale [1:63,360].
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
Kilgore-district: portions of Gregg, Rusk, Smith & Cherokee Counties.

Kilgore-district: portions of Gregg, Rusk, Smith & Cherokee Counties.

Date: [1930..1935]
Creator: West, M. H.
Description: Map shows petroleum prospecting activity, railroads, roads, towns, property tracts, landowners, and acreage. Scale [ca. 1: 42,240].
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
Map of Cherokee Co.

Map of Cherokee Co.

Date: 1902
Creator: [Texas] General Land Office
Description: Map shows land patents, block and tract numbers, landowners, towns, and railroads; portions of adjacent counties where property boundaries extend beyond county limits. Scale not given.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
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