Texas State Archives Map Collection

Map of Texas from the Most Recent Authorities
Date: 1845
Publisher: Williams, C.S., Philadelphia, 1845.
Cartographer: -- None Listed --
Scale: 1 inch = 53 miles
Size: 30 cm x 37 cm
Type of Map: general
Format: color, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 00025
Photo Media: -- None Listed --
File Size: 34.39 MB

Map of Texas from the Most Recent Authorities Image:

Shows rivers, lakes, mountainous areas, territories, counties, towns, forts, roads, geographic regions, salt springs, and Indian tribes and villages. The battleground at San Jacinto and the Alamo are also shown. Note refers to the panhandle as "This tract of country as far as North Canadian Fork was explored by LeGrand in 1833, it is naturally fertile, well wooded, and with a fair proportion of water." Inset: Texas north of Red River. It shows the summer range of the Comanche and the land explored by LeGrand in 1833. This is an earlier edition of map 34 and is similar to map 108. Two copies. Long. 94 - 105 deg. 3/26/82 Revised 10/22/97

The Texas State Archives Map Collection contains original, photo-reproduced, and compiled maps covering the period from the early seventeenth through the late twentieth centuries. For general information about the holdings and descriptive information available, read the map introduction and indexes and types of maps webpages. For our copy policy, view our webpage on preservation, access, and reproductions.

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