The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 65, July 1961 - April, 1962 Page: 439
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1845 The United States and the Relative Position of #1513
Oregon and Texas
Published by James Wyld, Geographer to the Queen and H.R.H. Prince Albert,
London, April 9, 1845. The map shows states, towns, rivers, mountains, lakes, forts,
boundaries: according to the 'Ieaty between his Brittanic Majesty and the United
States September 3, 1783; of Ancient Louisiana, according to the Patent of Crozat,
1712, purchased from France in 1805; Florida Treaty between the United States
and Spain, February, 1819, and January, 1828; Convention between Great Britain
and the United States October 20o, 1818; line proposed by Great Britain 1826; line
proposed by United States 1824 and 1826; line proposed to Mexico by the United
States 1835; and Treaty between Russia and the United States April 17, 1824. Photo-
stat. Size: 151/8 inches x 22 inches.
[1845-1850?] Mexico #1508
Engraved by S. Hall, Bloomsbury. The map in printed colors shows Mexico, Upper
California, Lower California, Texas, part of United States; states, towns, roads,
rivers, mountains, lakes, fur depots, location of Indian tribes, missions. A notable
road is the Great Spanish Road from the Red River to Santa Fe. Notable inaccu-
racies: (1) Waco Village on the Red River (2) Mier on the north side of the Rio
Grande (3) St. Patrick on Rio San Antonio. Inset: (1) Guatimala [sic]. Scale:
21/ inches-4oo miles. Size: 1o inches x 145/ inches.
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