Texas State Archives Map Collection
Trails made and Routes used by the Fourth U.S. Calvary under command of General R.S. MacKenzie in its operations against hostile Indians in Texas, Indian Territory (now Oklahoma, New Mexico and Old Mexico, during the period of 1871-2-3-4 and 5
|Publisher:||Compiled from military and other surveys.|
Dorchester, E.D., Freeport, Texas, 1927
|Scale:||1 inch = 23.76 miles|
|Size:||96 cm x 89 cm|
|Type of Map:||military|
|Format:||positive photostat, black on white|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
Trails made and Routes used by the Fourth U.S. Calvary under command of General R.S. MacKenzie in its operations against hostile Indians in Texas, Indian Territory (now Oklahoma, New Mexico and Old Mexico, during the period of 1871-2-3-4 and 5 Image:
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Covers parts of Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas in addition to Texas, New Mexico, and the Indian Territory. Shows rivers, creeks, water holes, mountain peaks, counties, cities, towns, forts, camps--including those of General MacKenzie's command 1871-76, routes and trails--including military trails and mail routes, the Chisholm Trail and other cattle trails, roads, ranches, railroads, battlegrounds, and Indian tribes, agencies, and reservations. The trails of military parties have the dates and leaders listed, and dates are given for battles. Long. 93 - 105 deg. Copied from the holdings of Texas Tech University. Positive photostat. 6/20/83
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