Texas State Archives Map Collection
Reconnaissance Geologic Map and Sections of Trans-Pecos Texas North of the Texas and Pacific Railway
|Publisher:||Printed by Andrew & Graham Photo Lithographers. Issued by the University of Texas Mineral Survey.|
Richardson, G.B, 1903
|Size:||24 cm x 62 cm|
|Type of Map:||geologic|
|Format:||color, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
Reconnaissance Geologic Map and Sections of Trans-Pecos Texas North of the Texas and Pacific Railway Image:
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Covers Reeves County and most of what was then El Paso County. Shows contour lines, rivers, creeks, mountains, cities, towns, oil wells, railroads, and geologic formations. Contour interval is 200 feet. A key to geologic formations is given. Scale: horizonal - 1 inch = 8 miles vertical - 1 inch = 14,000 feet 8/17/84
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