Texas State Archives Map Collection

Population and Area Map of Texas
Date: 1910
Publisher: Issued by the Commercial Secretaries and Business Men's Association of Texas, Fort Worth, Texas, 1901, 1913.
Cartographer: -- None Listed --
Scale: none given
Size: 64 cm x 66 cm
Type of Map: statistical
Format: black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 00001
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

Population and Area Map of Texas Image:
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A printed map with hand drawn boundary lines of proposed districts. These districts refer to the establishment of colleges for citizens in each district. (See citation of bill below.) The map shows counties and centers of population for some districts. The population and acreage of each county is also given. Insets: 1) Table no. 1, List of Texas Cities having population of 10,000 and over; Table no. 2, List of Ten Counties having largest population; Table no. 3, List of Ten Counties having smallest population; Table no. 4, Counties created after 1910 census. 2) Population of Texas by decades. Material accompanying this map can be found in: Texas State Legislature. House. A Bill to be entitled - An Act to provide for the apportionment of the State of Texas into ten Districts; to provide for the establishment and maintenance of colleges ..., House Bill 449, 33rd Legislature, Regular Session, 1913. 3/15/82

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