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Map of the State of Texas from the Latest Authorities / 1856
Texas State Archives Map Number 0030
Publisher: Desilver, Charles, Philadelphia, 1858. Engraved by J.J. Hazzard.
Cartographer: Young, J.H.
Scale: 1 inch = 55 statute miles
Size: 30 cm x 38 cm
Type of map: gen Format: photostat
Related Map/s: 30a
Description: Covers Texas and part of the Indian Territory. Shows rivers, mountainous areas, geographic regions, counties, county seats, towns, roads, routes and trails, post offices, forts, camps, railroads, herds of wild cattle and horses, and Indian tribes. Notes: Population of Texas; Railroads in Texas. Insets: 1) Northern Texas (same scale), 2) Map of Galveston Bay from the U.S. Coast Survey. Photostat. The color copy of this map is missing. Map 30a is a later edition.
Long. 94 - 106 deg.
Texas, general map
Texas, post offices
Texas, routes and trails
Galveston Bay, plan, inset on state map
Apache Indians, ...
Comanche Indians, ...
Kiowa Indians, ...
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