Texas State Archives Map Collection

Mapa de la provincia donde habita la Nacion Casducacho Santa Maria de Galve
Date: 1691
Publisher: -- None Listed --
Cartographer: -- None Listed --
Scale: none given
Size: 14 cm x 22 cm
Type of Map: birdseye view
Format: color, photograph
Language: Spanish
AC Number: 02760
Photo Media: color photo & interneg., no. 1983/18-5; color slide is no. 1983/161-5

Mapa de la provincia donde habita la Nacion Casducacho Santa Maria de Galve Image:
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[Title translation:] Map of the province inhabited by the nation Cadodacho (Texas) Santa Maria de Galve Shows a birdseye view of a Cadodacho Indian settlement in Texas (near Texarkana). Also shown are rivers, buildings, a mission, trees, and shrubs. This is a color photograph (and internegative) in the Archives' Photograph Collection, no. 1983/18-5. A color slide is also available, no. 1983/161-5. The original map is in the Archivo General de Indias, Sevilla, Espana, Mapas y Planos, Mexico, no. 90. Size of the original is 60 cm x 38 cm. A copy of this map can be found in Hebert Bolton's Texas in the Middle Eighteenth Century, 1915, frontispiece. 8/18/83 Revised 11/3/97

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