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1897 Texas, Chispa Sheet #1720
"United States Geological Survey, Charles D. Walcott, Director. A. H. Thompson,
Geographer. R. U. Goode, Topographer in charge. Triangulation by C. F. Urquhart.
Topography by W. B. Corse. Surveyed in 1892. Edition of April 1897. Contour
interval fifty feet. Datum is mean sea level. Engraved May 1895 by United States
Geological Survey." In printed colors the map shows elevations, rivers, intermittent
streams, ponds, roads, buildings, secondary roads, railroads, international boundary
line, county boundary lines, names of adjoining published sheets in the margin,
towns, mountains, parts of Jeff Davis, El Paso, and Presidio counties. On the
reverse side of the map is "Description of the Topographic Map of the United
States." Two copies. Scale: 1/125,000 or 21/2 inches-5 miles or 11/ inches-5 kilo-
meters. Size: 171/ inches x 15 inches.
1897 Texas, El Paso County, Eagle Mountain Sheet #1719
"United States Geological Survey, Charles D. Walcott, Director. Henry Gannett,
Chief Topographer. E. M. Douglas, Topographer in charge. Triangulation by R. U.
Goode. Topography by W. J. Lloyd. Surveyed in 1896. Engraved November 1896
by United States Geological Survey. Edition of August 1897. Contour interval one
hundred feet. Datum is mean sea level." The legend shows elevations, rivers,
intermittent streams, hot springs, springs, roads, buildings, private and secondary
roads, trails, railroads, international boundary lines, and triangulation stations;
map also shows Phinney's Ranch, mountains, with names of adjoining published
sheets in the margin. On the reverse side is "Description of the Topographic Map
of the United States." Printed in colors. Two copies. Scale: 1/125,000 or 1/2 inches-
5 miles or 1 / inches-5 kilometers.
1897 Texas, Fort Davis Sheet #1871
"United States Geological Survey, Charles D. Walcott, Director, Henry Gannett,
Chief Topographer. E. M. Douglas, Topographer in charge. Triangulation by C. F.
Urquhart. Topography by C. F. Urquhart and C. B. Green. Surveyed in 1894.
Edition of March 1897. Engraved October 1896 by United States Geological Survey.
Contour interval one hundred feet. Datum is mean sea level." In printed colors
the map shows towns, forts, ranches, roads, canyons, creeks, springs, streams,
mountains, names of adjoining published sheets in margin for parts of Jeff Davis,
Brewster, Pecos, and Reeves counties. On the reverse side is "Description of the
Topographic Map of the United States." Two copies. Scale: 1/125,000 or 21/ inches-
5 miles or 11/ inches-5 kilometers. Size: 171/ inches x 15 inches.
1897 Map of Jefferson County #1666
Map by C. B. Daniell, Beaumont, Texas. Map shows rivers, railroads, land sections
by number and name of owner and some by date of title. Blueprint. Size: 191/
inches x 228 inches.
1897 Railroad Commissioners' Map of Texas, 1897 #426
Subtitle: "Rand McNally and Company's New Business Atlas Map of Texas."
Copyright 1892 by Rand, McNally and Company. In printed colors the map shows

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