Texas State Archives Map Collection

Map of Texas Containing the Latest Grants and Discoveries
Date: 1836
Publisher: J.A. James and Company, Cincinati, Ohio, 1836.
Cartographer: Lee, E.F.
Scale: 1 inch = 75 miles
Size: 32 cm x 22 cm
Type of Map: general
Format: color, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 02735
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

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Covers Texas and parts of Coahuila, Tamaulipas, and Nueva Leon. Shows rivers, mountainous areas, grants and colonies, forts, roads, routes and trails, mines, Indian tribes and villages, site of General Jose Alvarez de Toledo y Dubois's defeat in 1813, and notes on wildlife and on Colonel Benjamin Rush Milam's death. There is also a note about the Rio del Norte (Grande) - its navigability and its possibilities as a southwestern boundary of Texas. This map can be found in The History of Texas, by David B. Edward, Cincinati, 1836 and 1967. 8/23/84

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