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Fig. i. Alvarez de Pineda's sketch map of the Gulf of Mexico ( 1519). This is the
earliest known map that depicts the Texas coast. James P. Bryan Map Collection
(CN o06876). Courtesy Center for America, History, University of Texas at Austin.

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