Texas State Archives Map Collection

Geologic Map of Texas
Date: 1916
Publisher: University of Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology and Technology. Printed by A. Hoc & Co., Baltimore.
Cartographer: Porch, E. L., Jr. Prepared by ...
Scale: 1 inch = 23.67 miles
Size: 82 cm x 86 cm
Type of Map: geologic
Format: color, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 00439
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

Geologic Map of Texas Image:
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[Cart., cont.] ... J.A. Udden, C.L. Baker, and Emil Bose Shows the various geologic periods and formations of rock in Texas, such as Pre-Cambrian, Silurian, etc. Also shown are rivers, creeks, counties, towns, and railroads. There is a color coded key to the geologic rock formations. The sources used for compiling the map are also given. Insets: 1) Vertical section of rock formations of regions of Texas, 2) Section along line A-A, 3) Section along line B-B, 4) Section along line C-C, 5) Section along line D-D. Two copies. A later edition is map 4196. Long. 94 - 106 deg. 7/9/82

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