Texas State Archives Map Collection
Topographical Map of the Road from Fort Smith, Arks. to Santa Fe, N.M. and from Dona Ana N.M. to Fort Smith
|Publisher:||Lithographed by P.S. Duvals Steam Lith. Press, Philadelphia. Reproduction, published by L.M. Buttery, Old Maps of the Southwest, Lampasas, Texas.|
Marcy, Randolph B., Capt., 5th US Inf.
|Scale:||1 inch = 3/8 mile|
|Size:||38 cm x 71 cm|
|Type of Map:||topographic|
|Format:||black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
Topographical Map of the Road from Fort Smith, Arks. to Santa Fe, N.M. and from Dona Ana N.M. to Fort Smith Image:
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Covers north and northwest Texas, eastern New Mexico, and the southern Indian Territory. Shows rivers, creeks, mountains, and other topographic features, canyons, towns, Indian trails, routes of military expeditions, Indians, Indian villages, and forts. This is a reproduction. Accompanying narrative text is in the manuscript collection, Old Maps of the Southwest Collection. Long. 93 deg. - 110 deg. Two sheets, totalling 38 cm x 71 cm. Published in Marcy's Maps of 1850 & 1853, Old Maps of the Southwest, Issue No. 5, Summer, 1981. Published by L.M. Buttery, Lampasas, Texas. 9/12/88
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