Texas State Archives Map Collection
Map of Texas and Adjacent Regions in the Eighteenth Century
|Publisher:||University of California Press, 1915. Map Number 2 in the University of California Map Series.|
Bolton, Herbert Eugene, 1915
|Scale:||15/16 inch = 40 miles|
|Size:||43 cm x 52 cm|
|Type of Map:||historic|
|Format:||black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Photo Media:||4 x 5 color transparency, photo no. 2001/1-18-1|
|File Size:||34.32 MB|
Covers the provinces of Texas, Coahuila, and parts of Nuevo Leon and Nuevo Santander. Shown are rivers, American and Spanish towns, missions, presidios, routes and trails--including those of explorers, the Old San Antonio Road, and Indian tribes and villages. The boundary lines as on the La Fora map of 1771 are also given. Long. 91 - 104 deg. This map was published in Herbert Eugene Bolton's Texas in the Middle Eighteenth Century, 1915. This is volume III in the series, University of California Publications in History, University of California Press, Berkley, 1915. 1/11/82
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