Texas State Archives Map Collection
Topographical Map of the Country between San Antonio & Colorado Rivers in the State of Texas Plat II
|Publisher:||By order of Capt. Tipton Walker, executed by Capt. W. Von Rosenberg, asst. military engineer, 1864.|
Von Rosenberg, W., Capt.
|Scale:||1 inch = 3/8 mile|
|Size:||59 cm x 43 cm|
|Type of Map:||topographic|
|Format:||positive photostat, black on white|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
Topographical Map of the Country between San Antonio & Colorado Rivers in the State of Texas Plat II Image:
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Covers an area between the San Antonio and Colorado Rivers, extending north to Columbus, south to Wharton. Counties covered are Colorado, Lavaca, Jackson, Victoria, Wharton, and Matagorda. Shows rivers, lakes, creeks, topographic features, counties, cities, towns, outlying buildings--including houses (giving owners names), plots of land, roads, routes and trails, and railroads. Notes regarding water crossings are given. Maps 7089 & 7091 cover plots I & III--maps of other areas between these rivers. This map is reproduced from the holdings of the National Archives, Record Group 77, Civil Works Map File, Z49-2. Long. 95 deg. 55' - 97 deg. 00' 8 sheets, each 59 cm x 44 cm. 9/22/88
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