Texas State Archives Map Collection

Mexico, Texas, and California
Date: 1846
Publisher: Lithographed by Lewis and Brown, New York.
Cartographer: Farnham, Thomas J.
Scale: 1/2 inch = 100 miles
Size: 27 cm x 26 cm
Type of Map: general
Format: black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 00109
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

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Covers the Indian Territory and New Mexico in addition to Texas, Mexico, and California. Shows rivers, lakes, mountainous areas, towns, cities, roads, forts, Indian tribes, and routes and trails, including the Old San Antonio Road, the route to California from the United States through the Great South Pass, and the Santa Fe Trail. This map was published in the pamphlet, Mexico, its Geography - its People and its Institutions; with a map, containing the result of the Latest Explorations of Fremont, Wilkes, and others, by Thomas J. Farnham, New York, n.d. This pamphlet is housed in the book Miscellaneous Pamphlets on Texas, Volume 5. Long. 85 - 127 deg. 5/4/82

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