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Map of Texas with Parts of Adjoining States / 1833
Texas State Archives Map Number 0409a
Publisher: Tanner, H.S., Philadelphia. Engraved by John and William W. Warr, Philadelphia, 1833.
Cartographer: Austin, Stephen F.
Scale: 3 1/2 inches = 85 miles
Size: 74 cm x 59 cm
Type of map: gen Format: col/elp
Related Map/s: 409b & c, 424, 7583
Photo Media: b&w copy neg. and color trans., photo no. 1996/1-22-1
Date Scanned: 9/9/97
Downloadable Map Image, map0409a.zip
File Size: 2.16m (zipped)
Description: Covers most of Texas and parts of the Mexican states of Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, and Coahuila. Shows rivers, Austin's and DeWitt's colonies, towns, missions, routes and trails--including the Old San Antonio Road, silver mines, Indian tribes and villages, and herds of wild horses and game. There are notes on topographic features. This map is acknowledged as being one of the first finely detailed and accurate maps of Texas published. Maps 409b, 409c, 424, and 7583 are later editions.
Long. 93 - 102 deg.
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