Texas State Archives Map Collection
Map of the River Sabine Plan C, Part 2nd
|Publisher:||Surveyed in 1841. Certified as a correct copy by J.T. Robinson, Comm., General Land Office, 1920.|
Gray, Andrew Belcher
|Size:||82 cm x 48 cm|
|Type of Map:||boundary|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
Map of the River Sabine Plan C, Part 2nd Image:
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Subtitle: Shewing that portion of the meridian boundary between Texas and the United States, included between the 36th mile mound and the 72nd, north of Sabine River, as marked by the Joint Commission appointed for that purpose under the Convention concluded at Washington on the 25th April 1838 Shows bayous, Fairy Lake, creeks, mile mounds, township lines, land owners along the boundary, roads, and topographical features. This map is part of a series of the boundary between the Republic of Texas and the United States, generally along the Sabine River. See also maps 1497 - 1497d. 4/11/83
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