Texas State Archives Map Collection
Mapa de la Sierra Gorde y Coasta de el Seno Mexico, des de la cuidad de Queretario... que esta la Bahia de el Espiritu Santo …
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|Cartographer:||-- None Listed --|
|Scale:||1/2 inch = 9 leagues|
|Size:||26 cm x 19 cm|
|Type of Map:||general|
|Photo Media:||col. trans. & photo of earlier edition, 1983/18-21, slide 1983/161-21|
Mapa de la Sierra Gorde y Coasta de el Seno Mexico, des de la cuidad de Queretario... que esta la Bahia de el Espiritu Santo … Image:
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Translated: (Map of the Sierra Gorda, and the Coast of the Gulf of Mexico from the city of Queretero... to La Bahia de el Espiritu Santo...) Covers the provinces of Nuevo Santander, as well as the jurisdictions in northern Mexico, including those of Leon, San Luis Potosi, Coahuila, and south Texas. Shows rivers, mountainous areas, cities, towns, route of General Don Joseph Escadon, roads, routes and trails, missions, and presidios. This map is in Spanish. Photocopy. The original map is in the Archivo General y Publico, Mexico, Historia, vol. 29. A copy can also be found in Herbert Bolton's Texas in the Middle Eighteenth Century, (University of California Press, Berkeley, 1915), following page 302. An enlarged colored reproduction can be found in the Archives' map collection, map 2343. A photograph of an earlier edition of this map can be found in the Archives' photograph collection, photo 1983/18-21 and a slide, 1983/161-21. 9/23/83
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