The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 110
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110 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Note on the back: "from T. J. Chambers, Memorial No. 37212." Only shows the
items in the title. 'I hree photostats. Scale: i inch-4000 varas. Size: 15 inches x 88/4
1870 Map of Mexico, Central America #127
and the West Indies
Constructed and engraved by W. Williams, Philadelphia. Entered according to Act
of Congress in the year 1870o by S. Augustus Mitchell, in the Clerks Office of the
District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. In printed colors the map
shows states, towns, rivers, and mountains of above and southern United States
including Texas. Insets: (1) Island of Cuba (2) Island of Jamaica (3) Bermuda
Islands (4) Panama Railroad. Scale: 1 inch-oo miles. Size: 131/ inches x 211/4
1870 Richardson's New Map of the State of Texas #399
Corrected for the Texas Almanac 1870
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. Insets: (1) Plan of Galveston Bay (2) Plan of Sabine Lake (3) Plan
of Matagorda Bay (4) Plan of the Great West (5) Plan of the Northern Part or
Panhandle of Texas. One copy and one photostat. Scale: 21/4 inches-8o miles. Size:
161/ inches x 251/ inches.
1870 The American Republic and Rail-Road Map of #1517
the United States, British Provinces, West
Indies, Mexico and Central America
Note: "Compiled from the latest Official sources." Published by Gaylord Watson,
New York. In printed colors the map shows states, towns, camps, forts, railroads,
proposed railroads, Overland Mail Route, roads, rivers, mountains, lakes, Indian
agencies, location of Indian tribes, some mines, some trading posts, canals, state
capitals. Pictures: On the map are pictures of a sailing ship, a paddle wheel
steam ship, a coal burning railroad engine. In the frame of the map the "Last
Census of the United States by Counties" is given. Insets: (1) Distance on Western
Rivers and Lakes [Table] (a) Distances from New York (3) Railroads in the United
States (4) Panoramic View of the Country between San Francisco and St. Louis
(5) Central America. Bound map. Scale: 1 inch-6o miles. Size: 361/ inches x 46s/
1870 Texas Counties #1693
Sources of information: W. P. Meroney, Head of Department of Sociology,
Baylor University, Waco, Texas, and the Outline Map of the United States, June I,
187o, by United States Department of Agriculture. Drawn by S. L. Rieves, March
6, 1936. Base map by C. B. Metcalfe, 1935. Published by the Texas Planning Board.
The map bears the signature of W. M. Massie, Chairman of the Board and lists all
of the officers and members, presumably for the year 1936. The map shows the
counties of Texas. Black and white print. Scale: 4 inches-loo miles. Size: 331/8
inches x 42/4 inches.
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