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Mexico and Internal Provinces. Subtitle: Geographical, Statistical, and Historical Map of Mexico / 1822 c.

Texas State Archives Map Number 0360

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Publisher: Engraved by Young and Delleker.
Cartographer: Finlayson, J.

Scale: none given
Size: 43 cm x 53 cm
Type of map: gen     Format: col/elp   
Language: e
Related Map/s: 7048
Photo Media: b&w neg., photo no. 1978/20-1
Date Scanned: 8/19/02

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File Size: 2.47m (zipped)

Description: [Cart., cont.] ... Prepared from Humboldt's Map and other documents

Shows Texas and other provinces, rivers, mountainous areas, towns, routes and trails--including the Old San Antonio Road, mines, presidios, Fort Saint Louis, and Indian tribes. There are notes on the map and in the margins giving information about Mexico. This map was originally part of an atlas, see map 7048.

Long. 87 - 114 deg.

This map was published in A Complete Historical, Chronological, and Geographical American Atlas,... by H.C. Carey, (H.C. Carey and I. Lea, Philadelphia, 1822).


Texas, forts
Fort Saint Louis, site
Comanche Indians, ...
Mescalero Apache Indians, ...
Apache Indians, ...
San Antonio Road, Texas
Texas, Indians
Texas, routes and trails
Texas, general map
Mexico, general map
Mexico, presidios
Mexico, Indians
Mexico, ruins
Mexico, provinces
Mexico, routes and trails
Texas, presidios

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