Texas State Archives Map Collection

Big Bend Area Substructure
Date: 1921
Publisher: Compiled from topographic maps of the U.S. Geological Survey and the State Reclamation Department. Subsurface contour from maps of the U.S. Bureau of Mines, 1921.
Cartographer: Hill, Robert T.
Scale: 1 inch = 1500 feet
Size: 72 cm x 161 cm
Type of Map: other
Format: color, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 03019
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

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Shows substructure of the Big Bend area of the Red River Valley, in particular the relation of stream patterns of the Big Bend area to subsurface substructures. Also shown are contour lines, elevations, rivers, lakes, creeks, cities, towns, roads, buildings, schools, oil wells, railroads, and U.S. Supreme Court temporary points and receivership boundary. Covers the Big Bend area in Wichita County, Texas. Surface contour intervals are 2 and 5 feet and subsurface contour intervals are 10 feet. Two copies. Long. 98 deg. 30' - 98 deg. 47'30" This map is part of the Oklahoma vs. Texas Boundary Dispute Records, Attorney General, RG 302, defendent's exhibit 93. Further materials may be found in the finding aid. 12/2/83

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