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[Spanish] Florida.

Description: Map shows late seventeenth century geographical misconception of Spanish Florida territory in North America. Appalachian Mountain range, two lakes, and numerous rivers of the Mississippi basin are depicted. Relief shown pictorially. No scale provided.
Date: 1678
Creator: Duval, Pierre

Bird's eye view of Spokane Falls, W.T.

Description: Map shows late nineteenth century street names, buildings, and railroads in Spokane Falls, Washington Territory. Relief shown pictorially. Scale not given. Includes numbered key to buildings and four illustrations of prominent buildings [insets]. Insets: "Gonzaga College," "Public School," "West Side of Howard Street," and "North Side of Riverside Ave."
Date: 1884
Creator: Wellge, H. (Henry)

Map of Kendall County [Texas]

Description: Map shows property ownership, boundaries, and acreage of land plats in Kendall County, Texas and portions of Gillespie, Blanco, Comal, Bexar, Bandera, and Kerr Counties. Cadastral map. Scale [1:133,334].
Date: 1879
Creator: Walsh, W. C. (William C.), 1836-1924

Map of Ft. Worth Texas.

Description: Map shows one, two, and three mile circles from downtown, city boundaries, railroads, street names, cemeteries, parks, and some buildings [including Niles City, City of Polytechnic, and Camp Bowie]. Illustration and key is provided. Inset: "Tarrant Co." and "Main Highways." Scale not given.
Date: 1917
Creator: Rogers, C. H.

Southwestern road map : 1929 official road map (showing roads radiating from El Paso, Texas with mileage between points).

Description: Map shows lesser and major highways, cities and towns, and points of interest for the southwestern states of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, northern Mexico, and the southern portions of California, Nevada, Utah, and Colorado; distances between cities. Includes legend [key to highways], distance tables, text, and advertisements; in lower right corner: Metcalf, El Paso logo. Scale not given.
Date: 1929
Creator: El Paso Auto Association

Idea naturalis Americae Borealis digito dei formata geographice proposita an MDCC.

Description: Map shows southern and eastern portions of North America, Central America, the northeast coast of South America, the Caribbean islands, and California (depicted as an island). Includes illustrations of animals, birds, plants, and sea creatures in subtitle cartouche and dispersed across map; global hemisphere atop title. Relief shown pictorially. Scale not given.
Date: 1700

Les costes aux environs de la riviere de Misisipi: decouvertes par Mr. de la Salle en 1683 et reconnues par Mr. le Chevallier d'Iberville en 1698 et 1699 [Sheet 1].

Description: Map shows early eighteenth century detail of the mouth of the Mississippi River and locations of settlements along the North American coasline of the Gulf of Mexico. Locations of Native American villages found by La Salle during his explorations of the coastal areas are also indicated. No scale noted.
Date: 1701
Creator: Fer, Nicolas de, 1646-1720

Johnson's New Map of the State of Texas.

Description: Map shows mid-nineteenth century Texas roads, railroads, counties, cities and towns, military posts, notable geographic features, and areas of Indian habitation. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings. Insets: Plan of Sabine Lake, Plan of the northern part of Texas, and Plan of Galveston Bay. Scale not given.
Date: [1862..1866]
Creator: Johnson and Ward

Nord-America und West-Indien.

Description: Map shows independent Texas, Alaska as "Russische Küsten Niederlassungen," United States as "Vereinigte Staaten," Canada as "Hudsons Bay-Laender," and northern Mexico with "Freie Indianer." Includes key to border colors according to European possession: Spanish, French, English, Dutch, Danish, Swedish. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Scale not given.
Date: [1836..1848]
Creator: Stieler, Adolf, 1775-1836

I&GN International Route : The Mexico-St. Louis Special

Description: Map shows railroad route from St. Louis to Mexico City. Railroads, counties, and towns in Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, and Indian Territory are indicated and areas of Indian habitation are noted. Includes text describing the advantages of "The Mexico-St. Louis Special." Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Date: 1906
Creator: International & Great Northern Railroad