Texas State Archives Map Collection



Part of the Boundary Between the United States and Texas; From Sabine River, Northward to the 36th Mile Mound
Date: 1841
Publisher: Certified as correct by James Kearney, Lieutenant Colonel, Topographical Engineers.
Cartographer: Blake, J. Edmund, 1st Lt. U.S. Top. Eng.
Scale: 1/2 inch = 4000 feet
Size: 32 cm x 19 cm
Type of Map: boundary
Format: black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 00952b
Photo Media: -- None Listed --
File Size: 12.24 MB

Part of the Boundary Between the United States and Texas; From Sabine River, Northward to the 36th Mile Mound Image:

Description:
Shows township lines, mile mounds, hills, and land owners along the boundary. This map and map no.s 952-952e are part of the report, U.S. Congress, Senate, Document 199, Senate Documents, 27th Congress, 2nd Session, Volume III (Serial no. 397), Maps follow page 74. This map is also available on microfilm, see the Streeter History of Texas Collection, reel 32, no. 1441. 8/12/82

Other Related Maps and Images:
Date Map Number Title Image
1840 00952e Sabine Pass and Mouth of the River Sabine in the Sea view Image for map number 00952e
1841 00952d Part of the Boundary Between the United States and Texas; North of Sabine River, from 72nd Mile Mound to Red River view Image for map number 00952d
1841 00952c Part of the Boundary Between the United States and Texas; North of Sabine River, from 36th to the 72nd Mile Mound view Image for map number 00952c
1841 00952a Map of the River Sabine from Logan's Ferry to the 32nd Degree of North Latitude view Image for map number 00952a


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