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 Decade: 1870-1879
 Collection: Map Collections from the University of Texas at Arlington
[San Antonio, Texas. Plat of Lands in the Northern Portion of the City surrounding the Public Square, bounded on the west by San Pedro Creek and on the South and East by the upper Labor Ditch.]

[San Antonio, Texas. Plat of Lands in the Northern Portion of the City surrounding the Public Square, bounded on the west by San Pedro Creek and on the South and East by the upper Labor Ditch.]

Date: October 12, 1875
Creator: Freisleben, Gustave
Description: Plat of Lands in the Northern Portion of San Antonio surrounding the Public Square, bounded on the west by San Pedro Creek and on the South and East by the upper Labor Ditch. From the Nixon Collection.
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New Map of Texas Prepared and Published for the Bureau of Immigration of the State of Texas

New Map of Texas Prepared and Published for the Bureau of Immigration of the State of Texas

Date: 1875
Creator: Roessler, A. R.
Description: New Map of Texas Prepared and Published for the Bureau of Immigration of the State of Texas.
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Williams' New Trans-Continental Map of the Pacific RR and Routes of Overland Travel

Williams' New Trans-Continental Map of the Pacific RR and Routes of Overland Travel

Date: 1877
Creator: Williams, Henry T.
Description: Map of Pacific Railroad routes across the United States. Printed in the bottom right-hand corner of the map is, "Williams' New Trans-Continental Map of The Pacific R.R. and routes of overland travel to Colorado, Nebraska, The Black Hills, Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Montana. California Pacific Coast."
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Sketch Indicating the Advancement of the Surveys of the Public Land and the Military Topographical and Geographical Surveys West of the Mississippi

Sketch Indicating the Advancement of the Surveys of the Public Land and the Military Topographical and Geographical Surveys West of the Mississippi

Date: 1879
Creator: Wheeler, George M. (George Montague), 1842-1905
Description: Map showing most of the United States, from the west coast to just east of the Mississippi River. There are various red shadings to show various land surveys of geography, public lands, and military topographical maps.
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Central Colorado Sheet, 1877

Central Colorado Sheet, 1877

Date: 1877
Creator: Hayden, Ferdinand V.
Description: Map of central Colorado in 1877. Printed at the top of the map is, "U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories, F.V. Hayden in Charge. Central Colorado."
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Colton's Mexico

Colton's Mexico

Date: 1876
Creator: G.W. & C.B. Colton & Co.
Description: This map shows Mexico and the surrounding areas. Each Mexican state is labeled and shaded using various colors. Cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). There is an inset in the lower left corner titled "Territory and Isthmus of Tehuantepec." Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
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West Central States and States of the Plains: Southern Division

West Central States and States of the Plains: Southern Division

Date: 1875
Creator: Harper & Brothers
Description: This map shows a portion of the United States including the states of Texas, Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma), Arkansas, and Louisiana. The states are shaded in color and labeled. The International, Texas Pacific, Atlanta & Pacific, and Southern Pacific rail routes are marked on the map as well as major cities, bodies of water, and geographic features (with relief shown by hachures). Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington. The back of the map is a page of illustrated text, labeled at the top of the page: "West Central States and States of the Plains." The text discusses cities and geography of various U.S. states as well as accompanying questions.
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The United States Subdivided into Physical Groups

The United States Subdivided into Physical Groups

Date: 1875
Creator: Harper & Brothers
Description: This map shows the United States and surrounding areas. Each of the U.S. states is outlined and labeled. Additionally, states are shaded in colors and several major regions are labeled: Western or Highland States, Central States, and Atlantic States. Additionally, bodies of water and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). On the back of the map is a page of text with the title "Eastern Half of the United States: Climate, Vegetation, Etc." The text appears to continue from a previous page and to a successive page (additional pages not included). The text discusses the geography and climate of parts of the United States and includes a "Rain Map of United States."
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Texas and Indian Territory

Texas and Indian Territory

Date: 1878
Creator: Monteith, James
Description: This map shows the state of Texas and Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma). The counties of Texas are labeled and shaded in various colors; regions of Indian Territory are outlined in red. Major cities, bodies of water and geographic features are marked (with relief marked by hachures). Additionally, completed and proposed railroads (as well as some other travel routes) are marked with red lines. There are three insets: "Mexico" and the "Western Part of Texas" in the lower left corner, and southern states west of Texas (parts of California, Arizona, and New Mexico) in the lower right corner. Prime meridians: Washington and Greenwich This map is a part of a larger document that discusses the geography of Texas including physical geography and social geography (population, government, education, etc.), important Texans, and history.
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The United States of America

The United States of America

Date: 1875
Creator: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co.
Description: This sheet has a map of the United States on the front and accompanying text on the back. On the map, states and territories are shaded in various colors and labeled. Some cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked on the map (with relief shown by hachures). The accompanying text includes information about different regions of the United States (Atlantic Highland and Plain and The Mississippi Valley) as well as exercises regarding geographic and political features. Additionally, there is a physical map with purple coloring (which does not appear to be related to the map itself) and related questions. The textual pages have the number 25 and 28 in the upper corners; there appear to be page numbers above the map that are cut off but may be 26 and 27. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
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