The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 104
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Map shows Texas and parts of New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado as well
as towns, major rivers, forts, cattle trails, crossings, and state capitals. Photostat.
Original in Archives, University of Texas Library. Size: 18 inches x 15 inches.
1867 Johnson's Mexico #29
Published by A. J. Johnson. New York. Entered according to Act of Congress in the
year 1867 by A. J. Johnson in the Clerks Office of the District Court for the
Southern District of New York. The map in printed colors shows towns, rivers, lakes,
mountainous areas, and states of Mexico. Texas is included. Inset: Isthmus of
Iehuantepec. Scale: 11/ inches-ioo miles. Size: 111/ inches x 18 inches.
1867 Richardson's Map of Galveston City and Island #1686
Actually two maps in one. Map of city shows streets, blocks by number, a guide to
public buildings. Scale: i inch-2oo feet. Map of Galveston Island Lots surveyed
by R. C. Trimble and William Lindsey shows lots by number with notes. Scale:
1 inch-8o chains. Inset: Map of Galveston Bay from the United States Coast
Survey. Size: 17s/g inches x 188/4 inches.
1867 Richardson's New Map of the State of Texas #428
Subtitle: "Corrected for the Texas Almanac to 186 "' Entered according to Act of
Congress in the year 1866 by G. W. and C. B Colton and Company in the Clerks
Office of the District Court of the Southern District of New York. In printed colors
the map shows counties, towns, roads, railroads, rivers, mountains, county seats.
Insets: (i) Plan of Galveston Bay (s) Plan of Sabine Lake (3) Plan of Matagorda
Bay (4) Plan of the Great West (5) Plan of the Panhandle of Texas. One copy
and one photostat. Scale: 1 inch-4o miles. Size: 25/2 inches x 16 inches.
1867 Colton's Map of the States and Territories #1018
West of the Mississippi River to the
Pacific Ocean Showing the Overland
Routes, Projected Railroad
Published by G. W. and C. B. Colton, New York, 1867. Entered according to Act
of Congress in the year 1864 by J. H. Colton in the Clerks Office of the District
Court for the Southern District of New York. In printed colors the map shows
states, counties, towns, rivers, railroads, forts, location of Indian tribes, mountains,
various notes on explorations and topography, and the items in the title. Scale:
3 inches-144 miles. Size: 24 inches x 271/4 inches.
1867 Traveller's Map of the State of Texas #1050
Subtitle: "Compiled from the records of the General Land Office, the maps of the
Coast Survey, the reports of the Boundary Commission and various other military
surveys and reconnaissances, by Charles W. Pressler." American Photo-Lithographic
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