Texas State Archives Map Collection
A New Map of Texas with the Contiguous American and Mexican States
|Publisher:||Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, Philadelphia, 1836. Engraved by J.H. Young.|
|Scale:||1 inch = 75 miles|
|Size:||32 cm x 39 cm|
|Type of Map:||general|
|Format:||color, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Photo Media:||4 x 5 color transparency, photo no. 1999/1-15-1|
|File Size:||16.77 MB|
Covers Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, and the Indian Territory in addition to Texas, Coahuila, and Chihuahua. Shows rivers, lakes, mountainous areas, geographic regions, land grants, towns, forts, routes and trails and roads--including the Old San Antonio Road and the Great Spanish Road to Red River, wild horse and buffalo herds, and Indian tribes. Inset: Texas in 1834. An enlarged photostat of this is map 23. This map is also available on microfilm, see the Streeter History of Texas Collection, reel 24, 1178. Long. 90 - 105 deg. This map was published in Trips to West and Texas, by A.A. Parker (White and Fisher, Boston, 1856). 3/25/82 Revised 10/22/97 Revised 3/30/00
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