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Best Route for the Movements of Troops from San Antonio to El Paso, Texas / 1865 c.

Texas State Archives Map Number 1004j

thumbnail image of map 1004j - link to full image
Cartographer: Czartoryski, Stanislaw

Scale: 1 inch = 10 miles
Size: 39 cm x 47 cm
Type of map: oth     Format: col/ms   
Language: e
Related Map/s: 1004-1004r
Date Scanned: 9/24/97

Downloadable Map Image, map1004j.zip
File Size: 1.43m (zipped)

Description: Subtitle: Being the one [route] travelled by the State Geological Corps of Texas in 1860 and by Henry Skillman's party in March 1860

Manuscript map showing the military route, roads, rivers, creeks, hills, waterholes, forts, towns, and missions. Distances are given between various points. There is also information given about the countryside, available supplies, and water along the route. This map is identical to map 1004k.

Additional material can be found in the A.R. Roessler Collection, Texas State Archives.

8/18/82
Revised 10/22/97

Subjects:
El Paso, city of, military route to San Antonio
San Antonio, city of, military route to El Paso


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