The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 65, July 1961 - April, 1962 Page: 400
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
1535-1706 Explorations on the Northern Frontier #1683
of New Spain
Compiled by Herbert Bolton, 1915. Shows rivers, towns, lakes, land and sea explora-
tion routes with names of leaders and dates of expeditions. University of California
Map Series No. 1, University of California Press, November, 1915. Booklet form.
Scale: 25/ inches--3oo miles. Size: 221/2 inches x 18 inches. Black and white print.
1620 Map of America #1544
By Mercator. Penn Prints, New York, 162o. In colors, shows possessions of Europe,
missions, rivers. Many notations in Latin. Size: 18 inches x 22/ inches.
1656 Le Nouveau-Mexique et la Floride #1444
Subtitle: "Tirees de diverse Cartes, et Relations. Par N. Sanson d'Abbeville. Geogr
ordre du Roy. A Paris. Chez Pierre Mariett. Rue S. Jacques a l'esperance avec
privilege du Roy pour vingt ans." Shows rivers, mountains, towns, Indian tribes,
lakes. Size: 211/ inches x 121 inches. Photostat. Original in possession of Paul
C. Ragsdale, 2311 Red River, Austin, Texas.
1687 Amplissima Regionis Mississipi Seu #401
Subtitle: "h R. P. Ludovico Hennepin Francise Miss in America Septentrionali,
Anno 1687 detectae, nunc Gallorum Coloniis et Actionum Negotiis toto Orbe cele-
berrimae, Nova Tabula, edita, a Io. Bapt. Homanno S.C.M. Geographo. Normbergae."
Scale: 15 German miles-1 degree, 90 French Leagues-2s4 inches. Size: 191/4 inches
x a224 inches. Map shows North America east of the Rio Grande in colors; gives
rivers, mountains, towns, routes of explorers, and location of Indian tribes. Nomen-
clature is in French. Insets: (1) Decorative Title Plate, (2) Niagara Falls [picture],
(3) Indian couple and a buffalo [picture].
1691 Field Notes and Detail Map of the Kings #1891
Highway From Pendleton's Ferry on
Sabine River, to Paso de Francia
on the Rio Grande
By V. N. Zivley, C.E., under appointment and direction of His Excellency Governor
James E. Ferguson, A.D. 1915-1916. The map is a bound volume of 124 sheets, those
sheets bearing the actual map numbering one through one hundred fourteen. The
other pages contain the following material: (1) A table of distances showing the
distance from marker to marker on the King's Highway from Pendleton's Ferry to
Paso de Francia and also the total from Pendleton's Ferry to Paso de Francia. (2)
Note: "I certify that this trail has been marked by granite boulders, inspected &
dedicated march second 1920o. [signed] Mrs. Lipscomb Norvell, State Chairman Old
Trails Committee, Daughters of the American Revolution." (3) The title page.
(4) A preface by the author explaining the placing of the markers, and remarking
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