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Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 22o), July i,
1868." The map shows outline of building area, patios, corrals, distance from fort
to the Rio Grande, to the base of the El Paso Mountains, to El Paso, roads leading
from the fort, trees and hills. Attached sheets reveal exact location of the post,
nature of surrounding territory, troops occupying garrison, and general information.
Photostat. Size: 111/4 inches x 151/4 inches.
1868 Post of Fort Stockton #1909
Map No. 23
"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 buildings by name, trails, roads leading from the post, bridges,
Commanche [sic] Creek, site of old post, site of new post, present camp [1868], a
ford, and hills. Attached sheets reveal exact location, nature of surrounding territory,
troops occupying garrison, and general information. Photostat. Size: 11 inches x
15 1/ inches.
1868 Sub-District of the Rio Grande #1910
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The N-,tional
Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 22o', July 1,
1868." The map shows forts, lakes, rivers, towns, creeks, and hills. Photostat Size:
1I inches x 15Vs inches.
1868 Brownsville #1911
Map No. 25
"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 lots and streets of Brownsville and Matamoros, roads
leading from Brownsville, the Rio Grande del Norte, buildings of the fort,
abandoned ruins of Fort Brown, and a lagoon. Note: "The buildings on this map are
as correct as can be obtained from the data at this office." Attached sheets reveal
exact location of the towns, nature of surrounding territory, troops occupying
garrison, and general information. Photostat. Size: 11 inches x 15 inches.
1868 Map of the Lands Leased by the United #1912
States from the City of Laredo
Map No. 26
"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 boundaries of the land. roads, Fort McIntosh, Cantonment
McIntosh, parade and drill ground, hills, Rio Grande del Norte. Attached sheets
reveal exact location of the lands, nature of surrounding territory, troops occupying
garrison, and general information. Photostat. Size: 11 inches x 15/8 inches.
1868 Ringgold Barracks #1913
Map No. 27
"Headquarters of the Army Descriptive Book of the District of Texas (The National

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