Texas State Archives Map Collection
San Antonio de Bexar to the settlement of the Tavoyas on the Red River to el Fuerte de Natchitoches y Texas
|Publisher:||-- None Listed --|
|Cartographer:||-- None Listed --|
|Size:||17 cm x 23 cm|
|Type of Map:||general|
|Photo Media:||color photo & interneg., no. 1983/18-30; color slide, no. 1983/161-30|
San Antonio de Bexar to the settlement of the Tavoyas on the Red River to el Fuerte de Natchitoches y Texas Image:
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Covers largely parts of east Texas and Louisiana. Drawn in a crudely stylized manner, it shows the major rivers, settlements, and missions, including a layout of the Indian settlements with the mission. The map is in Spanish. This is a color photograph (and internegative) in the Archives' Photograph Collection, no. 1983/18-30. A color slide is also available, no. 1983/161-30. The original map is in the Archivo General de Indias, Sevilla, Espana, Mapas y Planos, Mexico, no. 527. 9/1/83 Revised 11/3/97
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