Texas State Archives Map Collection
Military Map of the Rio Grande Frontier
|Publisher:||Prepared from Original Surveys, County Maps, Reports of Officers, etc. Traced by O.L. Wylie.|
Livermore, W.R., Captain, 1883
|Scale:||1 inch = 20 miles|
|Size:||37 cm x 66 cm|
|Type of Map:||general|
|Format:||black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
|File Size:||29.45 MB|
Covers the western boundary of the Rio Grande as well as parts of New Mexico and west Texas. Shows rivers, creeks, mountainous areas, cities, towns, routes and trails--including those of Indians and immigrants, the Overland Mail Route, forts, sites of Indian battles, missions, a proposed route for the Texas & Pacific Railroad, and the supposed line of travel of Cabeza de Vaca along the Rio Grande, indicating buried treasures. This map appears in "White God", The Voice of the Mexican Border, volume 1, no. 1, following page 32. 9/26/83
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