Texas State Archives Map Collection

General Soil Map of Texas
Date: 1973
Publisher: Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Texas, A & M University in cooperation with Soil Conservation Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Cartographer: Godfrey, Curtis, L., compiler
Scale: 1 inch = 24 miles
Size: 89 cm x 113 cm
Type of Map: soil
Format: color, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 02290a
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

General Soil Map of Texas Image:
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Shows rivers, soil types, counties, county seats, and highways. A key to the soil types with explanations is given. Inset: Land Resource Areas. Reverse of map has information concerning soils and land resources areas in Texas. 8/16/84

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