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Company, New York, Osborne's Process. The map shows counties, towns, rivers,
lakes, mountains, roads. Insets: (1) Map of the Northern Part of Texas (2) Map
of the Western Part of Texas. One copy and one photostat. Scale: 1/1,ooo,ooo or
21/ inches-4o miles. Size: 41 inches x 41 inches.
1868 Posts Situated in Eastern Texas # 1893
Map No. 2
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The National
Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 220), July 1,
1868." The map covers south central Texas including the coast and shows towns,
roads, rivers, railroads, creeks, hills, bays, longitude and latitude. Photostat. Size:
11 inches x 151/ inches.
1868 Post of Austin #1894
Map No. 3
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The National
Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 22o), July i.
1868." The map shows the blocks of Austin, the Colorado River, and surrounding
hill areas. Attached sheets reveal exact location, nature of surrounding territory
troops occupying garrison, and general information. Photostat. Size: 11 inches x
14% inches.
1868 Post of Galveston #1895
Map No. 4
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The National
Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 22o), July 1,
1868." The map shows Galveston Bay, Galveston Island, location of the city
and the barracks, land sections of the county, the Galveston and Houston Railroad.
Attached sheets reveal the nature of surrounding territory, exact location, troops
occupying garrison, and general information. Photostat. Size: 11 inches x 147/ inches.
1868 The City of San Antonio #1896
Map No. 5
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The National
Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 22o), July 1,
1868." The map shows city blocks, lots, streets by name, Plaza de Alamo, Plaza de
Valero, Main Plaza, Military Plaza, Main San Pedro Ditch, United States Arsenal
Grounds, San Antonio River, Alamo Ditch. Attached sheets reveal exact location
of the city, nature of surrounding territory, troops occupying garrison, and general
information. Photostat. Size: 11 inches x 147/8 inches.
1868 Post of Indianola # 1897
Map No. 6
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The National

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