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 Decade: 1880-1889
 Collection: Map Collections from the University of Texas at Arlington
Supplement to the West Shore, Portland, OR.

Supplement to the West Shore, Portland, OR.

Date: 1887
Creator: unknown
Description: Map of birdseye view of Oregon and part of Washington. Map contains topographical data for Oregon circa 1887.
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Political Map of North America.

Political Map of North America.

Date: 1885
Creator: Harper & Brothers
Description: This map shows North America and the surrounding areas. The United States (including Alaska) and Mexico are shaded in pink, and Canada (British America) is shaded in purple. Major cities are labeled (and most are marked with a red 'x'); bodies of water and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). There is an inset in the bottom left corner shows the state of Ohio next to a scale block of 40,000 sq. miles. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington. There is text on the back of the map including a section titled "Physical United States" and a section titled "Description" with questions about geography. The title at the top of the page is "Physical United States: Questions on the Map. -- Position, Area, and Surface."
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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 to Illustrate War with Mexico

Map to Illustrate War with Mexico

Date: 1885
Creator: A. S. Barnes & Co.
Description: This sheet contains two principal maps and a series of ancillary maps. The left half of the page contains a "Map to Illustrate War With Mexico" which uses colors to shade the areas delineating Mexico, the United States, and the territory acquired from Mexico by the United States. U.S. states are also outlined and labeled. Major cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). There are two insets in the lower left corner titles "Vicinity of Matamoras" and "Route of Gen. Scott between Vera Cruz and Mexico." The right half of the page contains a "Map to Illustrate the War of 1812-1814" (top portion) as well as "Wars Against Indians 1790 and 1811" (centered within the bottom portion). There are also five ancillary maps around central map titled "Vicinity of Detroit," "Niagara River and Vicinity," "Vicinity of Plattsburg," "Southern Region of the War 1812-14." and "Vicinity of Baltimore" which seem to pertain to the top map of the War of 1812. Each of the maps is shaded in various colors to separate different regions and has cities, bodies of water, and geographic features marked. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington
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Carte Physique et Politique des Etats-Unis, Canada et Partie du Mexique

Carte Physique et Politique des Etats-Unis, Canada et Partie du Mexique

Date: [1880?]
Creator: Drioux, abbé (Claude-Joseph), 1820-1898; Leroy, Charles; Vilpou, A. & Sonnet, L.
Description: This map shows the United States and the immediate surrounding areas. States are labeled and shaded in various colors. Some major cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). There are two insets in the lower right corner: "Etats-Unis (Etats du Nord-Est)" and "Territoire d'Alaska aux Etats-Unis."
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United States: Number 2 Eastern Division, on an Enlarged Scale

United States: Number 2 Eastern Division, on an Enlarged Scale

Date: [1880/1890?]
Creator: Virtue, James Sprent, 1829-1892
Description: This map shows the Eastern portion of the United States (as far west as parts of Texas to the south and 'Dacota' in the north). Major cities, roads, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures).
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The Principal Ocean Trade Routes of the World

The Principal Ocean Trade Routes of the World

Date: 1885
Creator: unknown
Description: This map shows the world with major trade routes marked. The routes are shown in red lines and black dotted lines with labels and some notes regarding transit times. Major cities and exports are labeled; bodies of water and geographic features are also marked (with relief shown in hachures). There is text beneath the map labeled "Questions on the Map." Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington. On the back of the map there are two pages of text. On the left, the text is titled "Physical Geography -- General Review" and includes general questions about geography. The text on the right page is labeled "Abyssinia. -- Negro Africa: South Central Africa and African Islands" and includes general information about the geography and commerce of Africa.
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Map to Illustrate Early Voyages and Discoveries of North America

Map to Illustrate Early Voyages and Discoveries of North America

Date: 1885
Creator: A. S. Barnes & Co.
Description: This map shows North and Central America and surrounding areas including portions of South America, Africa, and Europe. Notes and lines are used to show the path of exploration across the Atlantic Ocean and within North America including the names and dates of the explorers. Continents are shaded in color and some major cities and bodies of water are marked on the map. An inset in the lower left corner shows only the eastern portion of North and South America (including the Caribbean) and is titled "To Illustrate Colonies." Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
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Photo Relief Map of North America

Photo Relief Map of North America

Date: 1885
Creator: Brion, Henry F. & McClure, Edmond
Description: This photo relief map shows North and Central America and the surrounding areas. Blue outlining marks countries, roads, and bodies of water. States, territories, and provinces throughout the continent are marked in dotted lines and labeled. Geographic features are marked with relief shown by spot heights and shading. A note in the lower left corner says, "Heights are given in Feet above Sea Level."
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West Central States and States of the Great Plains, Southern Division.

West Central States and States of the Great Plains, Southern Division.

Date: 1887
Creator: Harper & Brothers
Description: This map shows the southern U.S. states and surrounding areas including Texas, Oklahoma (still labeled "Indian Territory"), Arkansas, and Louisiana. Each state is colored and has major cities, rivers, and geographic features marked (relief shown by hachures). Additionally, the International, Texas Pacific, Atlanta & Pacific, and Southern Pacific rail routes as of 1887 are marked and labeled on the map. The back of the map contains illustrated text with information and review questions about Arkansas and Louisiana. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
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