Texas State Archives Map Collection

Map of the Republic of Mexico
Date: 1882
Publisher: Printed by Thompson and Moreau, New Tory. Lithographed by E.C. Bridgman, New York.
Cartographer: Gentilz, Theodore, revised and ...
Scale: 1 inch = 19 leagues
Size: 77 cm x 114 cm
Type of Map: general
Format: black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 01027
Photo Media: -- None Listed --
File Size: 144.11 MB

Map of the Republic of Mexico Image:

[Cart., cont.] ... corrected by Lorenzo Castro This map also outlines the states in the southern United States, giving little detail. Railroad lines, in addition to rivers, mountainous areas, and towns are shown in Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Other features shown in Mexico include states, haciendas, ranchos, mail stations, mines, roads, Bishoprics, Archbishoprics, and harbors. Insets: 1) Heights of the principal mountains in feet, 2) Approximate lengths of the principal rivers in miles. There is a table giving various statistics about the Mexican states. Long. 19 deg., e. from Mexico City - 18 deg., w. from Mexico City 9/23/82

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