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1862 Johnson's New Map of the State of Texas

1862 Johnson's New Map of the State of Texas

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By: Alvin J. Johnson

Date: 1862 (published)

Dimensions: 16.75 x 24.5 inches (42.5 x 62.2 cm)

This is an authentic antique map of Texas by Alvin J. Johnson. It was published in 1862 in New York

This map shows the state of development in mid-19th century Texas, which was heavily settled in the east and sparsely populated in the west where the Comanche, Apache, and Kiowa still ruled over the land. The map includes major cities, such as Houston, Dallas, and Austin, as well as the old U.S. Mail Route through the American Southwest. There are also inset maps of Lake Sabine, Galveston Bay, and the Texas Panhandle.

Condition: This map is in A condition. It retains sharp color and detail, while sporting a sharp center fold and some very minor coloration around the edges.

Inventory #18588

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