Texas State Archives Map Collection
New Map of the State of Texas as it is in 1875
|Publisher:||U.S. Publishing Company, New York. Engraved and printed by G.W. Colton & Company, New York.|
|Scale:||1 inch = 33 miles|
|Size:||49 cm x 66 cm|
|Type of Map:||general|
|Format:||color, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
New Map of the State of Texas as it is in 1875 Image:
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Note: "Prepared Expressly for Morphis' History of Texas" Shows rivers, mountainous areas, counties, cities, towns, railroads, routes and trails, forts, camps, and Indian tribes. Insets: 1) Plan of the Northern Part or Panhandle of Texas; 2) Plan of Matagorda Bay; 3) Texas as it was in 1835 under Mexican Rule, showing routes and trails, Indian tribes and villages, missions, presidios, and Fort Saint Louis; 4) Plan of Galveston Bay, from the U.S. Coast Survey; 5) Plan of Sabine Lake. 4/20/83
The Texas State Archives Map Collection contains original, photo-reproduced, and compiled maps covering the period from the early seventeenth through the late twentieth centuries. For general information about the holdings and descriptive information available, read the map introduction and indexes and types of maps webpages. For our copy policy, view our webpage on preservation, access, and reproductions.
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