The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 303
Notes and Documents 303
1899 Map of Texas and Parts of Adjoining #1753
Identical in content to Map # ioo6 above. Map appears in the back of Robert T.
Hill, Topographic Atlas of the United States. Physical Geography of the Texas
Region (Washington, igoo). On the title page following Robert T. Hill's name is
a note in manuscript "To R. Niles Graham, 1918."
1900 Hoffman and Walker's Pictorial - Historical #1664
Map of Texas
In printed colors the map shows cattle and pioneer trails, roads, rivers, mountains,
towns, and creeks, with illustrated notes on historical events ranging from the year
1528 to 1900oo. Inset: [Credits all sources for the compilation of the map. Signed by
the authors.] Scale: gs/4 inches-7o miles. Size: 401/4 inches x 42~ inches.
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