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Titus County [Texas]

Description: Map shows plats and ownership, railroads, towns, creeks and rivers; boundaries for adjacent counties where property lines cross Titus County limits; bullseye rings centered on Mount Pleasant. Scale [1:66,667].
Date: 1919
Creator: W. A. Burton and Co.

Mitchell's national map of the American Republic or United States of North America : Together with maps of the vicinities of thirty-two of the principal cities and towns in the Union.

Description: Map shows cities, roads, railroads, swamps, and areas of Native American habitation in the eastern United States and portions of Iowa [Territory], "Indian Territory," and [the Republic of] Texas. Includes three population tables. Insets: "Map of the north-eastern boundary of the United States," "Map of the Southern Part of Florida," three population tables. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:3,375,000].
Date: 1843
Creator: Young, J. H. (James Hamilton)

[Map of the Oregon Trail and route to the California Gold Rush along the Humboldt River]

Description: Map shows overland routes from St. Joseph and Independence, Missouri to the West, one crossing through California gold country and ending in Sacramento, California, and the other continuing on into Oregon; areas of Indian habitation, major cities and towns, and landmarks. Inset: "United States West of Mississippi River showing political divisions in 1849." Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Date: 1893
Creator: Johnston, Stewart

Map of the United States and Mexico.

Description: Map shows state boundaries, major cities, ports, and towns, mail routes, existing and proposed railroads, major roads with distances, and shipping routes for the continental United States, Mexico, the West Indies, Central America, and the northwestern portion of South America; western territories of the U.S. include Dakota, Nebraska, Washington, Oregon, [unlabeled lower Idaho], Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Kansas, and Indian Territory; eastern portion of [modern day] Colorado is split between Nebraska, Kansas, and New Mexico territories but unlabeled [or partially labeled as "Colona"]; major shipping routes and historical routes of exploration for the Atlantic Ocean and portions of the Pacific Ocean on inset. Includes illustrations of ships, historical notes, "Table of Distances", and "Table showing the route of the steamers of the United States and Mexican Mail Steam Ship Line and the various ports in the Gulf of Mexico at which they are to touch, as also the distances between the said ports." Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Depths shown by soundings. Scale [ca. 1:5,400,000-1:7,800,000].
Date: 1859
Creator: Butterfield, Carlos

Matagorda Bay system : Gulf and mainland shoreline changes 1856 through 1957, Shell Island Reef area, Texas.

Description: Map shows shoreline details, reefs, islands, lakes, the intracoastal waterway, and the Matagorda Club Airport. Includes inset with explanation of the section of area mapped relative to the entire Matagorda Bay System, including a legend explaining the color codes. Relief shown by contour lines and fluctuation graphs. Scale [1:24,000].
Date: 1974
Creator: Scranton, Dan F.

Mapa de los Estados Unidos Mejicanos arreglado a la distribucion que en diversos decretos ha hecho del territorio el Congreso General Mejicano.

Description: Map shows the individual Mexican states inclusive of the Californias and Coahuila y Tejas [Texas]; roads, cities, towns, villages, and areas of Native American habitation. Includes "Tablas de las distancias." Inset: "Mapa de los caminos & c. de Vera Cruz y Alvarado a Mejico" [Map of roads & c. Alvarado Veracruz and Mexico]. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:5,385,600].
Date: 1837

Soil map, Tennessee, Davidson County sheet.

Description: Map shows early twentieth century soil composition, roads, railroads, the city of Nashville and other towns, ferries, and the course of the Cumberland River through Davidson County, Tennessee. Includes soil profile and legend. Scale [1:63,360].
Date: 1903
Creator: United States Bureau of Soils