Texas State Archives Map Collection

A Replica Chart of the Galveston-Houston Area circa 1836
Date: 1800-1986
Publisher: Kelvin House, 1986.
Cartographer: Glass, James L.
Scale: 1 inch = 1.66 st. miles
Size: 58 cm x 78 cm
Type of Map: historic
Format: color, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 07032
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

A Replica Chart of the Galveston-Houston Area circa 1836 Image:
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Shows rivers, creeks, bays, bayous, reefs, shoals, islands, soundings, shipwrecks, terrain, towns, outlying buildings, land grants, roads, Indian tribes and villages--prehistoric thru 1936, and battlegrounds. Map contains text on historical events and notable individuals in this area. Present day features shown include navigation notes, highways, cities, and towns. Long. 94 deg. 30' - 95 deg. 25'. 4/27/87

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