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Map of Nacogdoches County.

Description: Cadastral map of Nacogdoches County, Texas, showing property lines, ownership, land grants, and plat numbers. The map also includes towns, roads, rivers, and creeks. No scale indicated.
Date: November 1, 1857
Creator: Browne, J.

[Map of Nacogdoches and Robertson]

Description: Cadastral map of Nacogdoches and Robertson Counties, showing property lines, ownership, and plat numbers. The map also includes towns, forts, rivers, and creeks. The map includes four tables of references to military personnel along the right side of the map. No scale indicated.
Date: unknown

General Highway Map Nacogdoches County, Texas

Description: Highway map of Nacogdoches County, Texas, showing rivers, lakes, creeks, streams, cities, towns, outlying buildings (including schools, churches, and post offices), roads, highways (giving mileage between points), bridges, railroads, cemeteries, oil and gas fields, utility lines, petroleum pipelines, national forests, and airfields. Map includes five inset maps - Martinsville, Etoile, Attoyac, Inset No. 2, and Melrose - a key to counties and key to sheets diagrams, and an extensive legend indicating geographical and human-made features in the lower-left corner. Scale [ca. 1:126,720] (2 miles to the inch).
Date: 1961
Creator: Texas. Highway Department.

Map of Smugglers' Road Drawn by Harry Pettey

Description: Map of El Camino del Caballo (also known as Smugglers' Road) in the southern part of Nacogdoches County, used by Spanish missionaries in the 18th century. The map also includes portions of El Camino Real, Trammel's Trace, and La Calle Real del Norte as well as other roads, towns, crossings, missions, and cemeteries. No scale indicated.
Date: unknown
Creator: Pettey, Harry

Nacogdoches Co

Description: Blue line print of survey map of Nacogdoches County, Texas, showing rivers, creeks, original land grants or surveys, cities, towns, roads, railroads, and the Old San Antonio Road. Handwritten notes have been made to the published map in red pencil to highlight San Antonio Road and Kings Highway and denote the addition of Mt. Sterling. Scale [ca. 1:200,000] (6000 varas to the inch).
Date: 1905
Creator: Morris, J. W.