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 County: Galveston County, TX
 Collection: Map Collections from the University of Texas at Arlington
County map of the State of Texas: Showing also portions of the Adjoining States and Territories

County map of the State of Texas: Showing also portions of the Adjoining States and Territories

Date: 1881
Creator: Gamble, W. H. (William H.)
Description: This map shows the state of Texas, portions of New Mexico and Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma), and the surrounding areas. The visible counties of Texas, New Mexico, and "Indian Territory" are marked with dotted lines, labeled, and shaded in various colors. Cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are also marked (with relief shown by hachures). Additionally, the map shows the western expansion of the Texas & Pacific Railroad from Eastland County to El Paso, the Galveston-Harrisburg & San Antonio Railroad from San Antonio to El Paso, and, the southward expansion of the International Railroad from San Antonio to Laredo. An inset in the lower left corner shows a "Plan of Galveston and Vicinity." Scale [ca. 1:3,250,000] (W 109°--W 92°/N 36°--N 27°) Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
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Map of the State of Texas from the Latest Authorities

Map of the State of Texas from the Latest Authorities

Date: 1855
Creator: Young, J. H. (James Hamilton)
Description: This map shows the state of Texas and surrounding areas. Counties are shaded using various colors and labeled. Cities, roads, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). Additionally, the map is annotated with notes about the locations of Indian tribes, railroads, and wild herds as well as population and other statistics from the 1850 census. Scale 1:3,400,000. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington. The northern, panhandle section of Texas is separated from the rest of the state and shown in an inset (upper left corner) titled "Northern Texas on the same scale as the larger Map." Additionally, an inset in the lower left corner is a "Map of the Vicinity of Galveston" (with Scale 1: 600,000).
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Map of the State of Texas from the Latest Authorities

Map of the State of Texas from the Latest Authorities

Date: 1852
Creator: Young, J. H. (James Hamilton)
Description: This map shows the state of Texas and surrounding areas. Counties are shaded using various colors and labeled. Cities, roads, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). Additionally, the map is annotated with notes about the locations of Indian tribes, railroads, and wild herds as well as population and other statistics from the 1850 census. Scale 1:3,400,000. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington. The northern, panhandle section of Texas is separated from the rest of the state and shown in an inset (upper left corner) titled "Northern Texas on the same scale as the larger Map." Additionally, an inset in the lower left corner is a "Map of the Vicinity of Galveston" (with Scale 1: 600,000).
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Preliminary Chart of San Luis Pass, Texas

Preliminary Chart of San Luis Pass, Texas

Date: 1853
Creator: United States Coast Survey.
Description: This map is a nautical chart showing the topography and hydrography of the area in Texas around the San Luis Pass. The physical features are in color and appear to be shaded to portray heights (additional relief shown by hachures). Depths are marked with lines and numbers in feet. According to text at the bottom of the page, the various measurements to create the map were made between 1851 and 1853; the text also gives specific latitude and longitude of the area in the map. Additional text in the lower right corner is labeled "Sailing Directions" and "Tidal Remarks"; the text gives explanatory details regarding the markings and measurements on the map. Scale 1:20,000. Prime meridian: Greenwich.
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Galveston Entrance, Texas

Galveston Entrance, Texas

Date: 1853
Creator: United States Coast Survey.
Description: This map is a nautical chart showing the topography and hydrography of the area in Texas around the Galveston Entrance. The physical features are shaded and include the aerial layout of Galveston and nearby areas (relief shown by soundings). Depths are marked with shading (rendered in a dot pattern) and numbers in feet. According to text at the bottom of the page (lower left corner), the various measurements to create the map were made between 1848 and 1852; the text also gives specific latitude and longitude of the area in the map and the locations of "Episcopal Church" and "Market House" in Galveston, Texas. Additional text along the right side of the map is labeled "Sailing Directions," "Note," "Tides," and "Remarks"; the text gives explanatory details regarding the markings and measurements on the map. Scale 1:40,000.
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 Galveston Bay, Texas, : showing proposed improvement of Galveston Channel / from survey made under the direction of Captain C. S. Riché, Corps of Eng'rs. U.S. Army, E. M. Hartrick, Assistant Engineer, H. J. Condron, Draftsman, October 1900.

Galveston Bay, Texas, : showing proposed improvement of Galveston Channel / from survey made under the direction of Captain C. S. Riché, Corps of Eng'rs. U.S. Army, E. M. Hartrick, Assistant Engineer, H. J. Condron, Draftsman, October 1900.

Date: 1900.
Creator: Riché, C. S.
Description: Map shows existing and proposed wharves, jetties, Pelican and other islands, Galveston Wharf Co., Fort San Jacinto, shipping channels, and city streets. Includes notes on land ownership. Depths shown by soundings. Scale not given.
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Entrance to Galveston Harbor, Texas

Entrance to Galveston Harbor, Texas

Date: 1880
Creator: United States Army Corps of Engineers.
Description: Map shows late nineteenth century topography of the Bolivar Channel at the entrance to Galveston Bay, islands, lighthouses. Depths shown by contours and soundings. Scale [1:20,000].
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Preliminary sketch of Galveston Bay indicating proposed sites for light houses as authorized by act of Congress of Mar. 3, 1851.

Preliminary sketch of Galveston Bay indicating proposed sites for light houses as authorized by act of Congress of Mar. 3, 1851.

Date: 1851
Creator: United States Coast Survey.
Description: Map shows the entrance to Galveston Bay between Galveston Island and Boliver Peninsula, proposed sites for light houses, water depths, and structures. Scale 1:200,000.
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Galveston Harbor, Texas

Galveston Harbor, Texas

Date: 1893.
Creator: Hartrick, E. M.
Description: Map shows Galveston, Texas street grid, Bolivar Point railroad line, existing and proposed jetties, and Galveston Bay entrance. Depths shown by isolines. Includes key to map.
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Galveston Texas, Galveston Co.

Galveston Texas, Galveston Co.

Date: [between 1869 and 1889]
Creator: unknown
Description: Map shows street names, block numbers [in red ink, corrected in pencil], channels, and beacons; vectors in red and black ink with additional lines and notes in pencil. Appears to be engineering plan for placement of a jetty or roadway. Scale [ca. 1:3600].
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