Texas State Archives Map Collection

Gainesville Quadrangle
Date: 1914
Publisher: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey. Topography by Arthur Stiles, et al. Surveyed in 1898, and 1901-02. Edition of 1902, reprinted 1914.
Cartographer: -- None Listed --
Scale: 1 inch = 2 miles
Size: 45 cm x 38 cm
Type of Map: topographic
Format: black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 02812
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

Gainesville Quadrangle Image:
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Shows contour lines, elevations, rivers, creeks, lakes, cities, towns, schools, buildings, roads, and railroads. Covers part of Cooke County in Texas and the Chickasaw Nation in the Indian Territory. Contour interval is fifty feet. Long. 97 deg. 00' to 97 deg. 30' This map is part of the Oklahoma vs. Texas Boundary Dispute Records, Attorney General, RG 302, defendent's exhibit 26. Further materials may be found in the finding aid. 11/8/83

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