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Description: New Map of Texas Prepared and Published for the Bureau of Immigration of the State of Texas.
Creator: Roessler, A. R.
Description: Plat of Lands in the Northern Portion of San Antonio surrounding the Public Square, bounded on the west by San Pedro Creek and on the South and East by the upper Labor Ditch. The city surrounds the Public Square, bounded on the west by San Pedro Creek and on the South and East by the upper Labor Ditch.
Date: October 12, 1875
Creator: Freisleben, Gustave
Description: Map of Texas from the book, Texas. Geschildert in Beziehung auf seine Geographischen, Socialen and Übrigen Verhältnisse mit besonderer Rücksicht auf die Deutsche Colonisation. Ein Handbuch für Auswanderer nach Texas...
Creator: Solms-Braunfels, Carl
Description: Manuscript Map and Deed, German Emigration Company to F. T. Arnold in Comal County. Signed by the Chief Surveyor, H. Wilke, Th. Herzing, and ?, a Trustee of the German Emigration Colony. Has Adelsverein stamp.
Creator: Adelsverein (Verein zum Schütze deutscher Einwanderer in Texas)
Texas, the home for the emigrant, from everywhere / published by authority of the Legislature and under the auspices of the Superintendent of Immigration of the state of Texas.
Description: An immigration pamphlet.
Creator: Texas. Bureau of Immigration.
History of the German element in Texas from 1820-1850, and historical sketches of the German Texas singers'; league and Houston turnverein from 1853-1913, by Moritz Tiling ...
Description: This volume covers the German Element in Texas, 1820-1850; an historical sketch of the Texas German Singers' League (Texas Staats Saengerbund), 1853-1913; an historical sketch of the Houston Turnverein, 1854-1913; German Day celebrations in Houston, 1889-1910; and an appendices.
Creator: Tiling, Moritz Philipp Georg
[Map illustrating Diary of a Journey from the Mississippi to the Coasts of the Pacific with a United States Government Expedition]
Description: "Mollhausen was the artist and topographer accompanying the party led by Lieutenant Amiel Weeks Whipple in the Pacific Railroad Survey Explorations of the thiry-fifth parallel in 1853"--Wagner-Camp. The party travelled from Fort Smith to Pueblo de los Angeles in 1853-54, making their way through the Panhandle of Texas. This is the map that accompanies the two volume book set, Diary of a journey from the Mississippi to the coasts of the Pacific with a United States government expedition.