The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 65, July 1961 - April, 1962 Page: 540
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
[1846?] [Santiago del Valle or #1884
Thomas F. McKinney's Ranch in Travis County]
Note: (1) "Thomas F. McKinney's Cattle Horse and Jack Brands, in Travis County,
Texas. Registered May 14, 1846, Mark and Brand Book, County Clerk's Office,
Austin, Texas" [Drawings of brands follow]. The handdrawn map shows land
sections by owners and some by dates of titles, rivers, creeks, towns, county lines.
Insets: (1) Austin County (2) Austin, Texas. Photostat. Size: 17s/4 inches x 24 inches.
1846 Key to the Battle of Buena Vista #60
The map shows the positions and names of specific regiments, dragoons, batteries.
It includes enemy lines and some topography. No scale given. Size: 21 inches x 111/4
1846 [Mercer Colony] # 1761
Drawn by Claxton Taylor who was commissioned by Mercer to survey and subdivide
colony lands into sections according to Mercer Colony Case as Prepared by Messrs.
Peeler and Maxey of Counsel for Defendant (Austin, 1882), 73. Note on back of
map: "Sketch of work done by [Mc] Bean drawn by himself-furnis[hed] me in the
latter part of December 1845. [Mc] Bean stated that he would not extend his work
under instruction from Doctor Rowlett any lower down on the East Boundary than
X [designation point on the map]-24 miles south of the North East corner of the
colony-[I.] Claxton Taylor. To Genl. Mercer May 15, 1846." A similar note to
General Mercer is on the map side of the document. The map shows the subdivided
sections and some evident owners. It shows the water way south of the colony as
Cow Leach Fork of Sabine. On the Map of the Mercer Colony in Texas, May zst
r845, #22, the water way is called Cow Tract Fork. Handdrawn map. Seal imprint
reads "T. S. L., M. S." Size: 151/8 inches x 121/ inches.
1846 Plan of the Corporation and City of Nacogdoches #116
By John Forbes, 1846. The map shows streets, lots by number, public buildings,
Forbes property outside of town. Two photostats. Scale: 1 inch-loo varas. Size:
23 inches x 31 inches.
1846 Mexico, Texas and California #109
By Thomas J. Farnham, author of Travels in the Great Western Prairies the
Anahuac and Rocky Mountains, and in the Oregon Territory (n.p., 1843). The
map appears as frontispiece in Thomas J. Farnham, Mexico Its Geography-Its
People and Its Institutions: With a Map, Containing the Result of the Latest
Explorations of Fremont, Wilkes, and others (New York, n.d.). The map was a
lithograph by Lewis & Brown, New York. Entered according to Act of Congress in
the year 1846 by T. J. Farnham in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the
Southern District of New York. The map shows states, territories, roads, mountains,
rivers, towns, forts, location of Indians, Santa Fe Trail, route from California to the
United States through the Great South Pass, lakes. Photostat. Scale: 2 inches-oo
miles. Size: o%7/8 inches x 10o1/ inches.
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