The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 3, July 1899 - April, 1900 Page: 140
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140 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
crossing of the Rio Grande, a stream as wide as the Guadalquiver at
Sevilla; and this crossing surrounded by all the indicia to identify
it as the place where Cabeza crossed. Will the rules of topography
admit of there being another place in the country with so many of
the signs of its identity given in the twenty-eighth chapter of Ca-
beza's relation? If so, it must have been omitted from all the choro-
graphical and geographical works hitherto published.69
Here at the stake G on the Conchas ends the first part of this
paper, with Sierra de Pamoranes as a noted out call to direct the in-
vestigation to the Jamaica crossing as the locative call for the south-
ern end of the single route from St. Joseph's Island through Texas
69 The map copyrighted by S. Voisin, A. D. 1884, gives a fair represen-
sentation of this section of Tamaulipas.
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