Texas State Archives Map Collection
Map of the United States and Mexico Including Oregon, Texas and the Californias
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|Size:||57 cm x 43 cm|
|Type of Map:||general|
|Format:||photostat, white on black|
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Map of the United States and Mexico Including Oregon, Texas and the Californias Image:
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Subtitle: Ornamental Map of the United States and Mexico Shows rivers, lakes, mountainous areas, territories, states, routes of pioneers and traders, forts, the Oregon boundary as proposed by Great Britain, the Texas boundary of the Rio del Norte [Grande] as claimed by Texas, and Indian tribes. There is a table of distances to various points in Mexico. There is also printed material giving statistical information about each of the states and territories. The map contains the following engravings: 1) [Portrait of General Taylor], 2) [Portrait of George Washington and the seals of the United States and Mexico], 3) [Portrait of General Scott], 4) Panoramic View from New York to the Pacific Ocean by the Contemplated Oregon Railroad, 5) Great Temple Dedicated to the Sun, 6) An American Exhibiting to the Sovereigns of Europe the Progress of this Country, 7) The Halls of Montezuma. Photostat. Long. 61 - 133 deg. 12/15/82
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