Texas State Archives Map Collection



City of Austin and Vicinity
Date: 1839
Publisher: -- None Listed --
Cartographer: 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
Language: English
AC Number: 00926b
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

City of Austin and Vicinity Image:
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Description:
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:
Date Map Number Title Image
1941 00926g Visitors Map of Austin, Texas, "The Friendly City" view No Image for map number 00926g
1904 00926a Austin view No Image for map number 00926a
1890-1895 c 00926e Partial View of Austin, Texas view No Image for map number 00926e
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 No Image for map number 00926f
1870 c. 00926h Plat of Waller Creek and Vicinity, in Austin, Texas view No Image for map number 00926h
1839 00926d Plan of the City of Austin view Image for map number 00926d


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