Texas State Archives Map Collection
Map of Texas from the Most Recent Authorities
|Publisher:||Williams, C.S., Philadelphia.|
|Cartographer:||-- None Listed --|
|Scale:||1 inch = 53 miles|
|Size:||31 cm x 38 cm|
|Type of Map:||general|
|Format:||color, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
Map of Texas from the Most Recent Authorities Image:
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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 a later edition of map 25 and is similar to map 34. Long. 94 - 105 deg. 3/26/82
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