Heritage, Volume 9, Number 4, Fall 1991 Page: 19
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The east end of Galveston Island in 1838. Jno- D. Groesbeck's Map of the City of Gal ves~ton depicts the area reserved to the Republic of Texas, the "old Fort," barracks
for an artillery company, graves and a pilot house. The inset map depicts the configuration of the Island in 1838 as it relates to the current configuration. Groesbeck
map courtesy of the Barker Texas History Center, The University of Texas at Austin.
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