Texas State Archives Map Collection
A.R. Roessler's Latest Map of the State of Texas
Mittendorfer, C.E., 1874
|Scale:||1 inch = 20 miles|
|Size:||96 cm x 99 cm|
|Type of Map:||general|
|Format:||color, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
|File Size:||192.39 MB|
Subtitle: Exhibiting Mineral and Agricultural Districts, Post Offices and Mail Routes, Railroads projected and finished, Timber, Prairie, Swamp Lands, etc., etc." Authorities used for the map are given Map also covers parts of New Mexico and the Indian Territory. Shows rivers, creeks, mountainous areas, forested and swampy areas, territories, counties, county seats and other cities and towns, post offices, roads, routes and trails, mail routes, railroads--operating and proposed, forts, camps, Indian tribes, and mineral deposits, including gold and silver. There are notes regarding treaty cessions, Indians, and topography. Inset: Map Showing Agricultural Districts and varieties of Soils in the State of Texas, including a table of soils. Illustrations: 1) General Land Office at Austin, 2) State Capital, at Austin. Table: Enumerations of the Principal Minerals, Rocks, Soils and Timber Varieties Known to Exist in the State of Texas, arranged according to counties. Three copies (2 original size, and a reduced photostat). 4/2/84
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