The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 64, July 1960 - April, 1961 Page: 97
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territories of Texas below the Red River are shown on this map. It is a black and
white map and its dimensions are i ea/ x 91/ inches.
3 Map of Texas in 1836
PUBLISHER: J. D. Freeman, Fort Worth, Texas.
CATALOG NUMBER: M976.407 1836f.
In addition to illustrating such things as towns, rivers, roads, and land grants
in Texas, this black and white map shows parts of New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas,
and Oklahoma. It also shows an insert of the San Jacinto Battleground. The map is
24 x 181/ inches.
4 New Map of Texas with the Contiguous American
and Mexican States, 1836
PUBLISHER: Augustus Mitchell, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
CATALOG NUMBER: M976.407 1836y.
Rivers, tributaries, towns, roads, land grants, and other such things appear in
six colors on this map. It shows all of Texas and parts of the bordering states and
Mexico; it is 151/ x 13 inches.
5 Map of the Republic of Texas and the Adjacent Territories [?]
PUBLISHER: C. F. Chiffins, Southampton, England.
CATALOG NUMBER: M976.407 1836?c.
Rivers, Indian territories, and land grants conceded under the empresario system
of Mexico are illustrated on this map. It also shows the United States and Mexican
territories adjacent to Texas; it is black and white and 16 x 13 inches.
6 Texas [?]
PUBLISHER: Baker, New York, New York.
CATALOG NUMBER: M976.40o7 1836?bR.
The roads, rivers, and towns of East Texas and Louisiana are shown on this 14
x 9 inch, black and white map.
7 Map of the Republic of Texas, 1837
PUBLISHER: H. Groves, New Orleans, Louisiana.
CATALOG NUMBER: M976.407 1837g.
This map of Texas from the eastern boundary of the Republic outlines princi-
pally rivers, towns, roads, and counties. It is 28 x 24 inches in black and white.
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