Texas State Archives Map Collection

Red River, Big Bend Area, Reduced Map
Date: 1921
Publisher: Bureau of Economic Geology and Technology, University of Texas. Done by the State Reclamation Department, Austin, Texas. Topographic surveying and mapping by Dixon B. Penick, et al…
Cartographer: -- None Listed --
Scale: 1 inch = 1000 feet
Size: 49 cm x 138 cm
Type of Map: topographic
Format: black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 03142
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

Red River, Big Bend Area, Reduced Map Image:
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[Pub., cont.] ... Mapped in 1920 and 1921. Shows topography, contour lines, elevations, rivers, lakes, creeks, cities, towns, roads, buildings, schools, oil wells, and U.S. Supreme Court temporary points and receivership boundary. Covers the Big Bend area of the Red River Valley. Contour interval is 2 feet. Long. 98 deg. 32'00" - 98 deg. 42'50" This map is part of The Investigations on the Red River made in Connection with the Oklahoma-Texas Boundary Suit, by E.H. Sellards, et al., University of Texas, Austin, Texas, 1923. 12/22/83

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