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colors the map shows counties, towns, rivers, mountains, railroads in operation,
projected railroads, Houston and Texas Central Railroad land, stage lines, govern-
ment telegraph lines, mail service routes. livo copies and two photostats. Size: 19
inches x g9 inches.
1876 New Map of the State of Texas Compiled #386
from the Latest Authorities
Note: "Map is revised and corrected up to November 1876 by A. R. Roessler, Civil
and Mining Engineer, New York Prepared for Burk's Texas Almanac for 877."
Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1875 by A. R. Roessler in the
office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C. In printed colors the map
shows counties, county seats, rivers, mountains, roads, railroads, railroad lands,
timber areas, and telegraph lines Given on the map are notes with a key on
geological information, area in square miles broken down into organized and
territorial areas, and a chart of latitude and longitude of principal cities. Inset:
State Capitol at Austin. Scale: 1 inch-5o miles. Size: 19 inches x 171/4 inches.
1876 Gray's New Map of the State of Texas #416
and the Indian Territory
By Frank A. Gray. Published by O. W. Gray and Son Philadelphia. Copyright
1876 by O. W Gray and Son. In printed colors the map shows counties, towns,
county seats, railroads, altitude notations, rivers, mountains. Insets: (1) Galveston
(2) Austin (8) Western Part of Texas. Scale: 1 inch-45 statute miles. Size: 16 inches
x 23/4 inches. Identical in content to Map #1681 below.
1876 Gray's New Map of Texas and the #1681
Indian Territory
By Frank A. Gray. Identical in content to Map #416 above.
1877 Map of Salt Lakes to Accompany Statement # 1586
of W. B. Blanchard in Appendix F No. 3
Map taken from "El Paso Troubles in Texas," Adjutant General Reports 1870o-88o,
House Executive Documents, 45th Cong., 2nd Sess. (no serial number given), Docu-
ment No. 93, between pp. 68 and 69. The map was made in 1877 according to the
statement by W. B. Blanchard, surveyor, in this report on January go, 1878. This
handdrawn map shows land tracts by owner and number, rivers, lakes, towns, a
ranch, Memphis, El Paso and Pacific Railroad line according to an act of the
legislature. One copy and one photostat. Size: 1s/4 inches x 46 inches.
1878 Map of Rio Grande #916
Map is frontispiece in Report and Accompanying Documents of the Committee on
Foreign Affairs on the Relations of the United States with Mexico, House of
Representatives; 45th Cong., and Sess., Report No. 701 (Washington, 1878). The
map shows the approximate boundary line between the country of the Mexican

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