Texas State Archives Map Collection
The Western Coast of Louisiana and the Coast of New Leon
|Publisher:||Laurie & Whittle, London, 1794.|
|Scale:||1/2 inch = 4 marine leag.|
|Size:||41 cm x 53 cm|
|Type of Map:||general|
|Format:||photostat, white on black|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
The Western Coast of Louisiana and the Coast of New Leon Image:
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Covers the Texas (Nuevo Leon) coastline, extending from Calcasieu Lake (or the Bay des Jacdacche) down to the Rio San Juan (Rio de los Conches o' de Salinas). Shows rivers, lakes, forts, towns and settlements--including La Salle's settlement established in 1695, Indian tribes and villages, and wild life. Notes about the area are given and sounding are given in bays along the coast. Photostat. Map 2345 is an earlier edition of this map. Long. 92 deg. 35' - 100 deg. 35', w. from London 12/17/82
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