The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 65, July 1961 - April, 1962 Page: 574
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574 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
missions. Distances marked from place to place. Extensive notes on countryside,
road conditions, available supplies along the route. Note: "Stanislaw Czartoryski-
Private Comp. F. first Louisiana Cavalry. DELT." Ink and watercolor drawing.
Scale: i inch-lo miles. Size: 151/ inches x 22 inches. Identical in content to Map
# loo4P below.
[1865?] Description of the Best Route from San #1004P
Antonio to Ringold [sic] Barracks
Identical in content to Map #10040 above. Map bears the seal of Chief Engineer's
Office, M. D. of G., [Military Department of the Gulf], September, 1865. Size: 12/8
inches x 2214 inches.
[1865?] Description of the Best Route from San #1004Q
Antonio to Laredo-Texas
By A. R. Roessler, Assistant Engineer. The map shows towns, roads, rivers, creeks,
lakes, forts, ranches, missions, mills, crossings. Distances are marked from place to
place. There are extensive notes on the countryside, available supplies, condition
of roads along the route. Notes: (1) "Delineated; according: Pressler's Map of
Texas" (2) "Stanislaw Czartoryski-Private Comp. F. first Louisiana Cavalry Vo.
DELINEATED." Ink and watercolor drawing. Scale: 1 inch-io miles. Size: 13/s
inches x 28 inches. Identical in content to Map # loo4R below.
[1865?] Description of the Best Route from San #1004R
Antonio to Laredo-Texas
By A. R. Roessler, Assistant Engineer. Identical in content to Map # loo4Q above.
Notes: (1) "Delineated according: Pressler's Map of Texas" (2) "Stanislaw Czar-
toryski, Private Comp. F. First Louisiana Cavalry. Vols. Delineated." Size: 295a
inches x 173/8 inches.
1865 Map of the Seat of War to Accompany the #1412
Published by O. D. Case and Company, Hartford, Connecticut. Entered according
to Act of Congress in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the District of
Connecticut. The map shows states, capitals, county towns, counties, villages, bat-
tlefields, forts, infantry military routes, cavalry military routes, railroads, canals,
rivers, creeks, lakes, swamps, Indian Territory with location of Indian tribes, and
railroad sidings. Insets: (1) Map of the Lower Portion of Florida (2) Map of the
Lower Portion of Texas. Photostat. Original in the Archives, University of Texas
Library. Scale: 2%7/ inches-ioo miles. Size: in 4 parts averaging 22 inches x 17 inches.
1865 Map of Texas #52
Map shows counties, county seats, rivers, mountains, topography, and surrounding
territories. Insets: (1) Location of Kiowa Indians and Comanches in Northern
Texas (2) Vicinity of Galveston City. Scale: 1 inch-8o miles. Size: 8 inches x lo5/8
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