Texas State Archives Map Collection
Boundary Between the United States and Mexico, showing the Initial Point under the Treaty of December 30th, 1853
|Publisher:||Astronomically determined and surveyed in 1855 by William H. Emory.|
Herbst, F., projected and drawn by
Emory, William H., 1855
|Size:||36 cm x 56 cm|
|Type of Map:||other|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
Boundary Between the United States and Mexico, showing the Initial Point under the Treaty of December 30th, 1853 Image:
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Map of the United States - Mexican boundary established by the Emory surveys in 1853-1855, in the El Paso vicinity. Also shown are rivers, mountainous areas, towns, and roads. Note on map "Rejected by Mexico because of the Absence of and evident erasure of signatures and abandonded by the United States as having no legal significance." The signatures of the International Boundary Commissioners and Surveyors are reproduced. Reproduced from the holdings of the National Archives, Record Group 76. 1/15/85
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