Heritage, 2008, Volume 2 Page: 17
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"The records in the Spanish Collection are still
pertinent today to genealogists looking for family
roots, attorneys and those researching title, surveyors
retracing old boundaries, and historians asking
new questions about our past..."
One of the more recognizable holdings at the
Texas General Land Office in Austin is this
1849 Jacob De Cordova map of the state,
which includes an inset of Texas with its full
pre-1850 boundaries. The map was one of
the first GLO maps to be preserved through
private donations. Courtesy of the Texas
General Land Office.
HERITAGE pa Volume 2 2008
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