Map of Denton County showing the parcels of land within the county labeled with the owners. A note at the top of the map says, "Lands of the Texas & Pacific Railway Co. are colored yellow." Additionally, some bodies of water, roads, railroad tracks, and towns appear to be marked. A small box in the upper-right corner is labeled "Diagram of a Section" and states "1900 Varas square = 640 acres." Scale [ca. 1:133,333] (4000 Varas to 1 inch, 1 Vara = 33 1/3 inches).
Original Land Grant for 272 1/3 acres in Harrison county. Grant for two hundred seventy two and one-third acres of land in Harrison county to J. P. McDaniel. Signed by Edmund Jackson Davis and Jacob Kuechler.
Map of Denton County, Texas and the surrounding area. Individual properties are marked and labeled with land owners. There are various handwritten notes and additional property lines drawn on the map. Scale ca. 1:133,333
Map of Denton County showing the parcels of land within the county labeled with the owners and sizes or lot numbers. Handwritten notes on the map appear to mark land divisions, later owners, and city locations. Scale [ca. 1:133,333] (4000 varas to the inch).
Hand drawn color map showing Texas counties, cities, towns, roads, railroads, rivers, creeks, quarries, mills and topographical features in 1879. Towns and geographical features of the Indian Territory also included.
Map of the State of Texas showing the line and lands of the Texas and Pacific Railroad in 1873. Inset map shows the railroad and its connections across the United States. Also on map are "Table of distances" and "Population of Texas in Counties, Census of 1879".
Hand drawn color-shaded map showing counties, cities, rivers, creeks, railroads, roads, and topographical features of Texas as of 1872. Insets of Plan of Matagorda Bay, Plan of Galveston Bay, Plan of the northern part or panhandle of Texas, Plan of the great west, and Plan of Sabine Lake.
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