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Description: Atlas map of the territories of New Mexico and Utah in 1855, showing populated areas, wagon routes, proposed railroads and explorers' routes, and natural features. Relief shown in hachures. Scale [ca. 1:4,752,000] (approximately 75 miles to the inch).
Description: Map of Castro's Colony, showing numbered tracts of land, some including names of owners, boundary of colony, and the boundary of McMullen's Grant. The map also includes blocks of land, land surveys, counties, rivers, and creeks. The back of the map includes a stamped note, dated April 23, 1964, from the Commissioner of the General Land Office, Jerry Sadler. Scale [ca. 1:133,333] (4000 varas to the inch).
Description: Atlas map of Texas, showing counties and regions, proposed railroad routes, and known topographic features of western Texas. The map also includes inset maps of the plan of Galveston Bay and Sabine Lake areas (lower-left) and a note on the Staked Plain. Relief shown in hachures. Scale [ca. 1:3,801,600] (approximately 60 miles to the inch).
Description: Atlas map of Texas and New Mexico as well as parts of Oklahoma (Indian Territory), northern Mexico, Arkansas, and Louisiana. Shows counties, towns, military posts, areas of American Indian habitation, American Indian reservations, roads, railroads, and geological features.
Creator: Bartholomew, J.
Description: Cadastral map of land grants for universities, blind asylums, and lunatic asylums, showing blocks of land and plat numbers. The map also includes rivers, creeks, roads, and areas of elevation. Relief shown in hachures.
Creator: Carter, S. M. & Creuzbaur, R.
Description: Survey map of land grants for "blind and lunatic asylums" in Shackelford, Jones, Taylor, and Calhoun Counties, showing blocks of land and plat numbers. The map also includes rives, creeks, and areas of elevation. Relief shown in hachures. Scale [ca. 1:70,000] (2000 varas to the inch).
Creator: Creuzbaur, Robert
Description: Map of the boundary lines between Texas and the United States, showing military trails, bodies of water, and areas of elevation. Includes table of "Points which can be easily found on the Earth's surface," indicating the latitude and longitude of mountains, hills, rivers, and creeks. Scale [ca. 1:950,400] (15 miles to the inch).
Creator: Clark, J. H. & Weyss, J. E.
Description: Blueline map showing the boundary line between Texas and Mexico, showing topographic markings. Scale 1: 999,996 (15 miles and 4133 ft = 1 in.)
Creator: United States. Department of the Interior.
Mapa del Presidio de San Antonio de Bexar: sus Misiones de la Provinsia de Texas, Fecho en 24 del Mes de Marzo de 1764
Description: Duplication of a map roughly depicting the missions and surrounding areas located near present-day San Antonio, during the Spanish rule of Texas; features are represented pictorially. Scale approximately 1:83,333 (Escala de 5000. Mil Varas Casttellanas.)
Description: Survey map of Gillespie County, Texas, and the surrounding area, showing property lines, ownership, and plat numbers. The map also includes towns, forts, and bodies of water. No scale information given.
Date: March 23, 1857
Creator: Von Rosenberg, W.
Description: Booklet entitled "Abstract of Title, to One League and Labor of land situated in Runnels County in the name of Rama Christa as appears from the records of Bexar County while Runnels Co. was a part of Bexar, made by Cocke, Hildebrand & Co. for John C. Beasley," containing records about land titles and legal transactions.
Date: June 16, 1857
Creator: Beasley, John C.
Item Type: Text
Description: Three maps showing the route of E. F. Beale from Fort Smith, Arkansas, to Albuquerque, New Mexico (left); the leased portion of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation (upper-right); and country between the Brazos River and the Kansas River (lower-right). Relief shown in hachures. Scale varies.