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Map of Texas and the countries adjacent.
Map shows northern Mexico, southwestern U.S., and Texas as defined by Act of the Texian Congress, December 19, 1836; includes Native American tribes, battle sites, major cities and towns, water resources, roads, and trails. Notes, statistics, and list of authorities are also included. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:4,561,920].
Map of the United States, Canada, Texas & part of Mexico : to illustrate Olney's school geography.
Map shows railroads, canals, state and territory boundaries, major cities, and areas of Native American habitation; Iowa and Wisconsin [territories], Mandan District, Indian Territory, Oregon Territory, and Texas; Oregon Territory extending north of forty-ninth degree of latitude; western boundary of Texas follows line of Guadalupe Mountains. Includes mileage table for distances from Washington and "explanation." Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Scale not given.
Mexico.
Map shows the geography, provinces, cities, and towns of Mexico before the Mexican-American War. Inset: Texas. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:15,000,000]. Map comes from Description of Texas by Francis Moore.
Mexico.
Map shows outlines of Mexican provinces with California and Texas as part of Mexico; U.S.- Mexico border shown according to Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819; towns, roads; Texas extends from Rio Grande to Arkansas River and into the Rocky Mountains to include Santa Fe. Inset: "Guatimala" [sic]. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:12,672,000].
Mexico and Guatimala.
Map shows geography, cities, state boundaries, and political divisions in Guatemala, Mexico and Texas. Text states: "The Province of TEXAS acknowledged an Independent State by Grt. Britain, Nov. 1840." Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:12,000,000].
North America.
Map shows North and Central America, the West Indies, some cities, military outposts, areas of Indian habitation, British America, Russian America, Oregon, and few, if any, boundaries lines. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:39,000,000].
Texas and part of Mexico & the United States showing the route of the first Santa Fé expedition.
Map shows Cross Timbers, Chihuahua Trail, route of the Texan prisoners, Mr. Pike's route from Ft. Smith to Taos, route of the Santa Fe Expedition, and McGregg's route from Van Buren to Santa Fé in 1839. Relief shown by hachures. No scale given. Map comes from Narrative of the Texan Santa Fé expedition by George Wilkins Kendall.
Western Hemisphere.
Map shows major cities in North America and South America and names of islands in Oceania. Includes statistical tables on "Animals of the Globe, Vegetables, and Highest Mountains". Relief shown by hachures. No scale provided.