Texas State Archives Map Collection

The Western Coast of Louisiana and the Coast of New Leon
Date: 1792
Publisher: Sayer, Rob, Map and Printseller, London, 179[2].
Cartographer: Jefferys, Thomas
Scale: 1/2 inch = 4 m. leagues
Size: 41 cm x 53 cm
Type of Map: general
Format: black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 02345
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

The Western Coast of Louisiana and the Coast of New Leon Image:
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Covers the Texas or Nuevo Leon coastline, extending from Caleasieu Lake (or Baye des Jacdacche) down to Rio San Juan (or Rio de los Conches o' de Salinas). Shows rivers, lakes, forts, towns and settlements--including La Salle's settlements, Indian tribes and villages, and wildlife. Notes about the area are given. Soundings are given in the bays along the coast. Map 1420 is a later edition of this map. Long. 92 deg. 35' - 100 deg. 35' 8/21/84

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