Texas State Archives Map Collection

Mapa de la provincia de Texas
Date: 1757
Publisher: -- None Listed --
Cartographer: -- None Listed --
Scale: 1 1/16 inch = 20 leagues
Size: 19 cm x 19 cm
Type of Map: general
Format: color, photograph
Language: Spanish
AC Number: 02756
Photo Media: color photo & interneg., no. 1983/18-1; color slide is no. 1983/161-1

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[Title translation:] Map of part of the province of Texas Covers the Gulf Coast, extending from New Orleans on the Mississippi River, west just past the San Jacinto River. The coastline is poorly portrayed. Shown are rivers, settlements, missions--including the one at Nacogdoches, presidios--including Los Adaes, and Indian tribes and villages. This map is in Spanish. This is a color photograph (and internegative) in the Archives' Photograph Collection, no. 1983/18-1. A color slide is also available, no. 1983/161-1. The original map is in the Archivo General de Indias, Sevilla, Espana, Mapas y Planos, Mexico, no. 205. Size of the original is 33 cm x 33 cm. A copy of this map can be found in Herbert Bolton's Texas in the Middle Eighteenth Century, 1915, following page 350. 8/17/83 Revised 11/3/97

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