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California, Mexico, and Central America.
This map shows Central America and surrounding areas including the southern United States. Colors were used to outline territories in the United States, Mexico and the Mexican states, and individual countries in South America. Some cities, bodies of water and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). There is a key to the "Classification of Places" on the right side of the map showing the symbolic representations of city populations. There is also a pictorial elevation chart at the bottom of the map showing the mountains of the region.
Central America
This map shows northern portions of modern-day Mexico and southern portions of modern-day United States as well as some surrounding areas. Regions labeled Texas, California, and Mexico are outlined in different colors including outlines of the states of Mexico. The area encompassing modern-day California, Arizona, and New Mexico is labeled "Nueva California" and includes annotations regarding the portions which had and had not been explored at the time of the map. Cities, roads, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). Scale [ca. 1:7,250,000].
Mexico, California and Texas.
This map shows the country of Mexico and surrounding portions of the southern United States. Colored outlines mark the individual states of Mexico and the Texas and California territories. Some cities, bodies of water, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures). Additionally, there is a yellow line noting "newly discovered gold districts." There are three color illustrations around the map showing "Gold Washing" and "Mexican Peasantry" in the lower left corner, and the "Ruins at Uxmal, Yucatan" in the upper right corner. Scale [ca. 1:14,482,000] (W 125⁰--W 85⁰ /N 42⁰--N 15⁰).
Vereinigte Staaten von Nord-Amerika
This map shows the southwestern portion of the United States and northern portion of Mexico. U.S. states are outlined in color and numbered (corresponding to an index of states and territories in the lower left corner). Additionally, cities, bodies of water, the names and locations of some Native American Indian tribes, and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures).
Mexique.
Map shows late nineteenth century geography, cities, and towns in Mexico, most of Texas, and southern portions of border states from Louisiana to California. Insets: "Yucatan" and "Iles Revilla Gigedo." Relief shown by hachures. Scale [1:5,000,000].
Map of the route of the Southern Continental R.R. with connections from Kansas City, Mo., Ft. Smith, Ark. and Shreveport, La.: giving a general view of recent surveys of the Kansas Pacific Railway Co. across the continent.
Map shows cities, towns, forts, military reservations, Native American reservations, wagon roads, trails, and the railroad network indicating completed, proposed, and connecting lines; expeditionary routes by military explorer's name and date; mining activity and mineral resources. Includes table of distances and explanations. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [1:3,801,600].
Map of Mexico & California
Map shows mid-nineteenth century Mexico and California geography and cities. Inset: "Vicinity of Mexico." Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Mexico.
Map shows provinces or states in Mexico, cities, deserts, mining activities, and Texas. Includes observational notes directly on map. Inset: "Territory and Isthmus of Tehuantepec." Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:8,390,000].
Mexico, California & Texas.
Map shows provinces or states in Mexico, cities and towns for Southwestern United States, Mexico, Belize, and Guatamala, gold discoveries in California, and areas of Native American habitation. Inset: "Guatemala or Central America." Includes key to gold discoveries. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:12,000,000].
Central America including Mexico, Texas and California.
Map shows mid-nineteenth century geography and cities in Central America, Mexico, and the southwestern United States. Relief shown by hachures. No scale noted.
North America Sheet XV: Utah, New Mexico, Texas, California, &c. and the northern states of Mexico.
Map shows mid-nineteenth century western territories of the United States and northern Mexico. Areas of Native American occupancy are shown. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Scale [ca. 1:7,500,000].
Mexico, California and Texas
Map shows mid-nineteenth century Mexican states and cities, towns, and geography of Mexico, Texas, and California. Insets: "Gold washing," "Mexican peasantry," and "Ruins at Uxmal, Yucatan." Relief shown by hachures. Map appeared in Tallis' The illustrated Atlas and Modern History of the World [1851]. Scale [ca. 1:14,000,000].
The Mexican Boundary from Texas to California.
Map shows major cities, military outposts, boundary lines for Old California, New Mexico, Texas, and Mexico. Includes dates in notes on boundary lines. Relief shown by shading. Scale [ca. 1:14,500,000].
Map of California, Oregon, and Texas, and the territories adjoining with routes &c.
Map shows areas of Native American habitation, roads, territorial boundaries, military routes, cities, towns, and notable physical features for California, Texas, Oregon [Territory], Nebraska Territory], New Mexico [Territory], and "Indian Territory." Includes: "Table of Distances." Relief shown by hachures. Scale not indicated.
Map of Oregon and Upper California from the surveys of John Charles Frémont and other authorities.
Map shows major physical features, areas of Native American habitation, major cities, and towns. Northern portion of map is labeled "Oregon Territory" and "Missouri Territory." Southern portion is "Upper California and New Mexico" with the "February 1848 Treaty Boundary Line between Mexico and the United States." Notes and "explanations" are included. Inset: "Profile of the Traveling Route from the South Pass of the Rocky Mountains to the Bay of San Francisco." Relief shown by hachures and spot heights, and by profile. Scale [1:3,000,000].
Mexico, Texas und Californien.
Map shows geography, political borders, and settlements in the mid-nineteenth century southwest part of North America. Locations of German and French colonies in Texas and California gold mines are indicated. Insets: "Plateau von Mexico" and "Die Republiken von Central-America." No scale noted.
Mexico, Texas und Californien [Accompanying Text].
Explanation and supporting information related to map that shows geography, political borders, and settlements in the mid-nineteenth century southwest part of North America with locations of German and French colonies in Texas and gold mines in California.
Sketch of the Battle de Los Angeles, Upper California, fought between the Americans and Mexicans, January 9th, 1847.
Map shows Pueblo de Los Angeles, Rio de Los Angeles, roads, and troop positions of Americans and Mexicans. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Sketch of the battle de Los Angeles, upper California fought between the Americans and Mexicans, Jany. 9th 1847
Map shows Pueblo de Los Angeles, Rio de Los Angeles, roads, and troop positions of Americans and Mexicans. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Sketch of the Battle of Sacramento Feb. 28th 1847.
Map shows positions of American and Mexican troops during the Battle of Sacramento. Includes index to troop positions. Includes troop and casualty statistics. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
A map of the United States of Mexico : as organized and defined by the several acts of the Congress of that Republic, constructed from a great variety of printed and manuscript documents.
Map shows the geography, settlements, and political borders in mid-nineteenth century southwestern North America. Texas area shows Cross Timbers, Austin's Grant, Austin's Colony, and DeWitt's Colony. Inset: "Map of the roads & C. from Veracruz & Alvarado to Mexico." Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:5,069,000].
Map of the Californias.
Map shows provincial boundary lines, rivers, trails, and areas of Native American habitation in Upper and Lower California. Includes manuscript notes on boundaries proposed in 1849. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:3,380,000].
The North-west-coast of North America and adjacent territories.
Map shows Russian Possessions, treat boundaries between United States and Spanish Possessions (1819) and British Possessions (1818), physical landmarks, "wagon road to Santa Fe," major settlements and forts. Includes image and note: "Facsimile of a Medal struck at Boston in 1787 on occasion of the departure of the vessels Columbia and Washington for the North West Coast of America...." Inset: The North Pacific Ocean and the adjacent coasts and islands. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Map of Mexico & California.
Map shows western United States and Mexico, boundary lines, major cities and towns, names and locations of various Native American tribes, expeditionary routes, and major roads; northern Mexico/U.S. boundary line set at forty-two degree line of latitude, but other boundaries unclear. Inset: "Vicinity of Mexico." Scale [ca. 1:6,000,000].
Spanish North America.
Map shows provinces of New Spain, cities, settlements, and areas of Native American habitation. Appears in Thomson's New general atlas. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:6,300,000].
Spanish dominions in North America : northern part
Map shows "intendancies" [of New Spain], cities and towns, mining activity, and military posts; northern portions of "Indendancy of S. Louis de Potosi" as savanna; areas of Native American habitation; and much of southern Louisiana [under French rule]. Includes legend. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:4,000,000].
Spanish Dominions in North America.
Map shows early nineteenth century cities, towns, ports, and geography of Spanish territory in North America. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:18,000,000]. Map is detached from A New and Elegant General Atlas by Arrowsmith and Lewis [1805].
Carte de la Californie: suivant I. la Carte manuscrite de l'Amérique de Mathieu Néron Pecci olen dresses áa Florence en 1604, II. Sanson 1656, III. De l'Isle Amérique Sept. 1700, IV. le Pere Kino Jesuite en 1705, V. la Société des Jésuites en 1767.
Map shows five early cartographic perceptions of California and the Gulf of California; islands, settlements, areas of Native American habitation, and notable physical features. Includes some dates of discovery. Relief shown pictorially. Scales differ.