Texas State Archives Map Collection
A Map to Illustrate the Most Advantageous Communications from the Gulf of Mexico and the Mississippi Valley to California and the Pacific Ocean
|Publisher:||Lithographed by Mayer and Korff's, New York.|
Creuzbaur, Robert, 1849 ...
|Scale:||3 inches = 250 miles|
|Size:||38 cm x 58 cm|
|Type of Map:||general|
|Format:||black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
|File Size:||60.70 MB|
[Cart., cont.] ... Authorities used: 1) Fremont's map of 1848, 2) Emory's map of 1847, 3) Wislizenus's map of 1847, 4) The records of the General Land Office, Texas, and others. Covers Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Louisiana, the Indian Territory, California, and the Mexican states of Baja California, Sonora, and Chihuahua. Shows routes and trails, roads, and Indian villages. There are several lines drawn onto Texas in various colors. Note in pencil reads "Tait, Jany. 18th, 1854". Long. 90 - 122 deg. 6/15/82
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