The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 106

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Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 22o), July i,
1868." The map shows Powderhorn Bay, Matagorda Bay, streets of Indianola, city
blocks, Church Square, Court House Square, quartermaster storehouse, and barracks.
Attached sheets reveal exact location of the post, nature of surrounding territory,
troops occupying garrison, and general information. Photostat. Size: 11 inches x
15 1/ inches.
1868 Post of Brenham #1898
Map No. 7
"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 Hog Creek, Pig Branch, outline of city blocks and streets,
Courthouse, Austin Railroad, Washington County Railroad, road from courthouse
to the camp, officers' tents, soldiers' quarters, the post garden, the distillery, and
the brewery. Attached sheets reveal exact location of the post, nature of surrounding
territory, troops occupying garrison, and general information. Photostat. Size: 10o1
inches x 151/8 inches.
1868 Northern Frontier #1899
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The National
Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 220o), July 1,
1868." The map shows forts, towns, rivers, creeks, hills, wooded areas, roads,
Memphis, El Paso and Pacific Railroad, topographical remarks, Indian villages,
springs, an Indian reserve on the Brazos River, counties, Indian Territory border.
Photostat. Size: 11 inches x 151/4 inches.
1868 Post at Fort Mc Kavett #1900
Map No. 13
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The National
Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 20o), July 1,
1868." The map shows San Saba River, roads leading from the fort, buildings of
the fort, post gardens, a ditch, springs, a bluff, a ravine, hills, brush, high timber,
a lake, three forks of the river. Attached sheets reveal exact location of the post,
nature of surrounding territory, troops occupying garrison, and general information.
Photostat. Size: 11 inches x 15 inches.
1868 Post of Fort Mason #1902
"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 the buildings of the fort by name, Mason Creek, roads
leading from the fort, hills, wooded areas, cemetery. Attached sheets reveal exact
location of the post, nature of surrounding territory, troops occupying garrison,
general information. Two photostats. Size: 11 inches x 15 inches.
1868 Post of Camp Verde #1903
Map No. 15
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The National

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