Texas State Archives Map Collection
Map of River Sabine Plan C., Part 1st
|Publisher:||Surveyed in 1841 under direction of the Joint Commission.|
|Cartographer:||-- None Listed --|
|Size:||82 cm x 49 cm|
|Type of Map:||boundary|
|Format:||black & white, manuscript|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
|File Size:||59.02 MB|
Subtitle: Shewing [sic] that portion of the Boundary between the Republic of Texas and the United States included between the intersection of the 32nd degree of Latitude with the western bank of Sabine River, and the 36th mile mound in the meridian line between the river Sabine and Red River, as marked by the Joint Commission appointed for that purpose under the convention concluded at Washington on the 25th April 1838. Shows township lines, mile mounds, roads, creek crossings, hills, and land owners along the boundary. This map is part of the Oklahoma vs. Texas Boundary Dispute Records, Attorney General, RG 302, defendent's document exhibit 49b-3. Further materials may be found in the finding aid. 11/14/83
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