Texas State Archives Map Collection
Composite Topographic Map of Cameron and Hidalgo Counties, Texas. Water-Shed Boundary of Rio Grande
|Publisher:||Some topographic sheets done by the Texas Reclamation Dept. in 1936, others by U.S. Geologic Survey.|
Compiled by office of Joe B. Winston,...
|Scale:||reduced from original|
|Size:||78 cm x 185 cm|
|Type of Map:||topographic|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
Composite Topographic Map of Cameron and Hidalgo Counties, Texas. Water-Shed Boundary of Rio Grande Image:
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[Cart., cont.] ... Consulting Engineer, Mercedes, Texas Reduced topographic sheets focusing on the Rio Grande vicinity in Cameron and Hidalgo counties. Shows rivers, creeks, lakes, cities, towns, roads, water districts, and topographic features. This map was part of an exhibit in a Supreme Court case, no. A-8465. Other maps from this case are maps 7627, 7628. 2/18/94
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