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[A.B. Gant Land Locator, 1868]
A horse-drawn wagon stands near a two-story building. The second floor is the A.B. Gant Land Locator Times Office, and the first floor is a store for Drugs and Medicines. In 1868 it was the biggest land office west of Fort Worth.
Gray's New Map of Weatherford, Parker Co., Texas [and] Gray's New Map of Cisco, Eastland Co. Texas
Map shows late nineteenth century Weatherford and Cisco, Texas street names, railroads, land ownership, block numbers, buildings, institutions, and some businesses. Includes altitude above sea level and population statistics. Scale [1:7,200] and Scale [1:2,400].
Parker County
Map shows land patents, block and tract numbers, landowners, towns, and railroads; portions of adjacent counties where property boundaries extend beyond county limits. Scale not given.
Parker County, state of Texas.
Map shows land ownership, land grants, towns, property boundaries, and watershed. Scale [ca. 1:133,334].
Parker County, state of Texas.
Map shows land ownership, land grants, towns, property boundaries, and watershed. Scale [ca. 1:133,334].
[Site map of Camp Wolters and Camp Dallas]
Map shows original Camp Wolters Texas National Guard camp, Camp Dallas, and roads and facilities of enlarged Camp Wolters; includes segregated area for "colored" infantry regiment. Scale not indicated.