Texas State Archives Map Collection



A Sketch of the map compiled by Stephen F. Austin showing the location of the City of Houston and the adjoining Country
Date: 1836 c.
Publisher: Surveyed by G. and T.H. Borden. Lithographed by P. Snell and Theuset Conat.
Cartographer: Austin, Stephen Fuller
Scale: none given
Size: 22 cm x 17 cm
Type of Map: general
Format: positive photostat, black on white
Language: English
AC Number: 01462
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

A Sketch of the map compiled by Stephen F. Austin showing the location of the City of Houston and the adjoining Country Image:
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Description:
Covers the coastal areas between the Trinidad and Colorado Rivers, extending as far inland as Washington-on-the-Brazos. Shows cities, towns, forts, roads, and the battleground at San Jacinto. Photostats of a manuscript map. Copied from the Stephen F. Austin Papers, Barker Texas History Center, University of Texas, Austin, Texas. 1/31/83

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