Texas State Archives Map Collection

The Alamo
Date: 1836 c.
Publisher: -- None Listed --
Cartographer: Houston, Andrew Jackson, 1938 []
Scale: none given
Size: 28 cm x 33 cm
Type of Map: plan
Format: black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 00099-10
Photo Media: 6x7 cm b&w neg., photo no.1995/1-33-5

The Alamo Image:
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Note: Compiled from drawings by Captain B. Green Jameson, Texas Army, January 1835; Colonel Ignacio de Labastida, Mexican Army, March, 1836; and Captain Reuben M. Potter, United States Army, 1841 Shows the ground plan of the Alamo, including streets which run into it. Distances to various points are given, and the boundaries of the original fort and of the current state park are given. This map accompanies the book Texas Independence, by Andrew Jackson Houston, 1938. 5/3/82

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