The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 120

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cattle raiders and the Indian raiders from Mexico; it also shows counties, towns,
rivers. Black and white print. Size: 2 inches x 24 inches.
1878 Map of Texas to Accompany Granger's # 1480
Southern and Western Texas Guide
Published by Rand, McNally and Company, Chicago, 1878. The map shows Texas
and parts of Mexico, New Mexico, Indian Territory, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana;
counties; towns; forts; routes and dates of military parties; military camps; roads;
emigrant and pioneer routes, some marked "passable for wagons;" Southern Over-
land Mail Route; few ranches; location of Indian reservations; Indian agencies;
location of Indian tribes; a few surveying dates of boundaries and roads; some road
mileages; rivers; creeks; lakes; mountains; mines; land districts; Territory of Bexar;
few topographical remarks. Inset: [Western Portion of Big Bend Area]. Photostat.
Scale: 2s5/ inches-oo miles. Size: 181/ inches x 14/2 inches.
1878 Map of the United States to Accompany #1481
Granger's Southern and
Western Texas Guide
The map shows states, Indian Territory, towns, roads, rivers, lakes, mountains,
British possessions in Canada, forts, military camps. Quebec, and part of Mexico.
Photostat. Scale: 23/8 inches-4oo miles. Size: 121/ inches x 19g inches.
1878 [Texas and Indian Territory] # 1689
Map is taken from Homer S. Thrall, History of Texas (2 vols.; St. Louis, 1878),
II, 724. The map shows Texas, Indian Territory, and parts of Mexico and New
Mexico, counties, towns, routes of military surveyors, camps, forts, rivers, creeks,
mountains, land surveyors' districts, railroads, roads, emigrant route, crossings,
Overland Mail Route, trails, location of Indian tribes, boundary claimed by the
State of Texas [North Fork of the Red River], Indian agencies, some distances,
names of some surveyors in Indian Territory, some boundary survey dates. Inset:
Western Tip of Texas. Scale: 3 inches-loo miles. Size: 251/8 inches x 187/8 inches.
1879 Map of Bastrop County, Texas #1787
Map shows land sections by owner, number and some dates of title, towns, rivers,
creeks, district lines, railroads, trails, names of surrounding counties. Copyright
1879 by W. C. Walsh, Commissioner of the General Land Office of Texas, and map
is certified by Walsh's signature. Black and white print. Scale: 1 inch-4000 varas.
Size: 238/4 inches x 231/8 inches.
1879 Baylor County, Texas #1786
Map shows land sections by number and some by owner, land blocks by owner and
number, county school lands, towns, rivers, creeks, names of surrounding counties.
Lithography by A. Gast and Company, St. Louis and New York. Copyright 1879
by W. C. Walsh, Commissioner of the General Land Office of Texas, and map is

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