Texas State Archives Map Collection
City of Austin and Vicinity
|Publisher:||-- None Listed --|
Sandusky, W.H., draughtsman, 1839
|Scale:||1 inch = 666 varas|
|Size:||47 cm x 45 cm|
|Type of Map:||general|
|Format:||positive photostat, black on white|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
City of Austin and Vicinity Image:
Sorry, no image available.
Shows the site of Austin, the capitol square, roads, land surrounding the town, the Colorado River, and several creeks. Note: "The whole site selected for the seat of government contains 7731 acres. The town site contains 640 acres which are laid off into building lots." Photostats. 7/29/82
Other Related Maps and Images:
|1839||00926d||Plan of the City of Austin||view|
|1870 c.||00926h||Plat of Waller Creek and Vicinity, in Austin, Texas||view|
|1874||00926f||Map of Subdivision of the Drury H. Minor Survey, 7 miles N. 80 , W. from the City of Austin, County of Travis||view|
|1890-1895 c||00926e||Partial View of Austin, Texas||view|
|1941||00926g||Visitors Map of Austin, Texas, "The Friendly City"||view|
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