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 Decade: 1900-1909
 Collection: Map Collections from the University of Texas at Arlington
Map showing Indian Reservations within the limits of the United States

Map showing Indian Reservations within the limits of the United States

Date: 1905
Creator: unknown
Description: Map showing the Indian reservations in the United State and territories circa 1905. Indian tribes are indicated. A scale of miles is included.
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Texas

Texas

Date: 1904
Creator: C.S. Hammond & Company
Description: This map shows the state of Texas with each county outlined and colored. The major roads and geographic features are included (with relief shown by hachures) and cities are labeled according to size. In the lower left corner, there is an inset which has the "Western Portion of Texas, Same Scale as Main Map." On the back of the map is an index of Texas counties and towns as well as statistics regarding population and size of the state. Scale is [ca. 1 : 4,752,000]
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Texas

Texas

Date: 1907
Creator: L.L. Poates Engr'g Co.
Description: There are two maps on this page, one on either side; the first page shows the states of Texas and Oklahoma and the other side shows South Dakota. Each of the maps marks the major cities, roads, and railroad lines (in red). For Texas and South Dakota, the counties are outlined and labeled and there is an index of the counties and "Principal Cities and Towns." The map of Texas also has an inset in the lower left corner of "Western Texas" which is the same scale as the main map. Some relief is shown by hachures.
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Southern States: Western Section

Southern States: Western Section

Date: 1900?
Creator: unknown
Description: This map shows four of the southern U.S. states - Texas, Oklahoma (split into two to include 'Indian Territory'), Arkansas, and Louisiana - and surrounding areas. Each of the regions is shaded in color and major roads are marked in red. Major cities and bodies of water are also marked and labeled. An inset in the lower left corner shows the entire United States with the southern states shaded to show the focus of the main map. On the back of the map, the page contains illustrated text. The text is continued on previous and successive pages (not included). The top portion contains brief statements titled "Cities of the Southern States." Another section, starting in the bottom half of the page is labeled "Central States--Eastern Section" and contains information regarding Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Kentucky.
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[Maps of Dallas, Texas, and Central South America]

[Maps of Dallas, Texas, and Central South America]

Date: 1900?
Creator: Cram, George Franklin, 1841-1928
Description: This sheet contains a street map of Dallas, Texas on one side and a portion of South America on the other. The map of Dallas includes the location of parks, cemeteries, rivers, and railroads as well as street names. The map of South America includes parts of Chile, Argentina (labeled 'Argentine Confederation'), Uruguay, and Paraguay. Countries are shaded in color and various regions are outlined. Cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures).
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The Town of Daneton.

The Town of Daneton.

Date: 1901
Creator: Daneton Land Company
Description: Map shows railroads, streets, lot numbers and measurements for land development in Daneton, Indiana during 1901. Includes text: "Proposed site for Cam[pus] of Instruction provided for by an Act of Congress for the reorganization of the Army. 1901." Cadastral map showing some landowners. Scale not given.
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I&GN International Route : The Mexico-St. Louis Special

I&GN International Route : The Mexico-St. Louis Special

Date: 1906
Creator: International & Great Northern Railroad
Description: Map shows railroad route from St. Louis to Mexico City. Railroads, counties, and towns in Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, and Indian Territory are indicated and areas of Indian habitation are noted. Includes text describing the advantages of "The Mexico-St. Louis Special." Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
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Alkali map, Colorado, San Luis Valley

Alkali map, Colorado, San Luis Valley

Date: 1903
Creator: Holmes, J. Garnett
Description: Map shows San Luis Valley railroads, agricultural canals, roads, township grid, and existing towns in Colorado during the early twentieth century. Includes legend. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [1:126,720].
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Map of Nebraska.

Map of Nebraska.

Date: 1906
Creator: Kenyon Company (Des Moines, Iowa)
Description: Map shows early twentieth century Nebraska counties, towns, railroads, congressional district, and township grid. Includes index, explanation of lettering, and cover. Map overprinted in red with advertising for Nuckolls County, Nebraska and G. D. Follmer & Son, including yoke logo at center of map noting G. D. Follmer as ex-land commissioner for the state of Nebraska. On verso: Location and population of towns and cities in Nebraska according to United States census and other reliable sources [also population by counties, population of the U.S. by States and Territories]. Scale not given.
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Soil map, Idaho, Boise

Soil map, Idaho, Boise

Date: 1901
Creator: United States Bureau of Soils.
Description: Map shows soil types for Ada County and parts of Canyon County; canals, Boise City area, Fort Boise, roads, and railroads. Includes legend and soil profile. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [1:63,360].
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