The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 109
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Notes and Documents
Archives, Washington, D. C., Records of the War Department, No. 22o), July 1,
1868." The map shows buildings by name, roads leading from post, fence, gate,
Fort Hill, steamboat landing, cemetery, crest of river bank, and arroyo. Attached
sheets reveal exact location of the post, nature of surrounding territory, troops
occupying garrison, and general information. Photostat. Size: ix inches x 151/8 inches.
1869 Map of the City of Galveston #114a
By Jackson E. Labatt. Strobridge and Company, lithographers, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1869 by Jackson E. Labatt in the
Clerks Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Texas. The map shows
streets by name and blocks by number. There is an index for the location of
churches, public buildings, hotels. Dimensions of the streets, corporation, and wards
are given. Printed in colors, the map is endorsed by Sidney Scuddes, Assessor and
Collector, Galveston City, and by H. M. Trueheart, Assessor and Collector, Galveston
County, and real estate agent, as a correct map. Scale: i inch-6oo feet. Size: 29/4
inches x 42 inches.
1869 The Great Railroad Routes to the Pacific #390
and Their Connections
Printed by American Photo-Lithographic Company, New York, 1869. The map
encompasses the United States and shows towns, rivers, mountains, states and
railroad routes. Black and white print. Scale: 31/4 inches-4oo miles. Size: 271/
inches x 141/ inches. , , *
[ 187-? ] West Galveston # 114b
Printed by M. F. Duun and Brother Lithographers, New Orleans. The map shows
streets by name, blocks by number, two parks, Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe
Railroad, West Bay, Highland Bayou, and an unnamed creek. Industrial promotion
information is given. Black and white print. Inset: Railroad Area Connecting with
Galveston. Scale: 1 inch-6oo feet. Size: 17 inches x 19/4 inches.
[187-?] Leased Indian Country, State of Texas #437
Senate Executive Documents, 47th Cong., Ist Sess. (no serial number given), Docu-
ment No. 70o. Shows the boundary between the regions in the title as being the
oo West Longitude, also on the north as the Canadian River and on the
south as the North Fork of the Red River. Black and white print. Size: 151/2 inches
x 293s inches. * *
[1870?] [Plot of East and North Austin] #926 H
The map shows streets by name, public grounds, creeks, some lots by number north
of Magnolia Avenue and west of Lampasas Street. Nothing is shown west of Congress
Avenue. Handdrawn in black and white. Size: 29 inches x 401o inches.
1870 Sketch Showing the Thomas J. Chambers Tract #14
and Conflicting Surveys in Travis County
Endorsed by Jacob Kuechler, Commissioner of the General Land Office of Texas.
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