1/20 Texas (El Paso County) Fort Bliss Quadrangle

2/20 Map of El Paso County Texas

3/20 El Paso-Sheet 4747 IV SW

4/20 North Franklin Mountain-Sheet 4747 IV NW

5/20 Geological Map of a Portion of West Texas

6/20 Map of the City of El Paso, Texas

7/20 El Paso Quadrangle, Texas (El Paso County)

8/20 Dividing Line between Mexico and the United States

9/20 Map of El Paso's Domain

10/20 Pictorial Map of El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico

11/20 Insurance Maps of El Paso Texas

12/20 Map of Southwestern United States Natural Gas Pipe Lines

13/20 United States - Routes of Principal Explorers

14/20 Reconnaissance Map: Texas Marfa

15/20 Texas and the Countries Adjacent

16/20 Map of Texas

17/20 Map of Texas and Adjacent Regions in the Eighteenth Century

18/20 County Map of Texas

19/20 New Mexico, Texas; Chihuahua, Mexico 1861-1865

20/20 El Paso, Texas Ft. Bliss and Vicinity

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This map represents the Fort Bliss Quadrangle in El Paso County, Texas. Topographical features and El Paso landmark buildings are shown.

Northeast / Ft. Bliss, (1940 - 1949), Military

  • biggs field
  • Castner Range
  • Copper Smelter
  • Sambrano
  • Ascarate
  • CCC Camp
  • Cordova Island
  • Austin Terrace
  • Kern Place
  • Morningside
  • Alfalfa
  • United States-Mexico Border

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Produced by the county engineering department, this map of El Paso County,Texas includes block numbers, chief roads, pipelines, and an index of landmark locations.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1960 - 1969), Borders

  • Map
  • El Paso county
  • block numbers
  • Interstate
  • Highways & Roads
  • rio grande
  • Rio Bravo del Norte
  • city limits
  • Old Salt Flats
  • First Military Post
  • Ysleta Mission

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This map of El Paso, Texas includes topographical features, but focuses on chief roads, interstates, and highways; the location of Fort Bliss Military Reservation and Cordova Island. The Franklin Mountains and individual mountain names, municipal and utility landmarks, schools, churches and parks are indicated.

Eastside / El Paso Int'l Airport, (1950 - 1959), Nature

  • Ascarate Park
  • Morningside Heights
  • Kern Place
  • Mission Hills
  • Crazycat Mountain
  • Sugarloaf Mountain
  • C√≥rdova Island
  • Biggs Air Force Base
  • Fort Bliss Military Reservation
  • McKelligon Canyon
  • Franklin Mountains

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A topographical map of the North Franklin Mountain delineates Fort Bliss Military Reservation, underground gas pipeline roads, chief interstate roadways, and railroad lines. A Road data legend is included.

Northeast / Franklin Mountains, (1950 - 1959), Nature

  • Map
  • Topography
  • North Franklin Mountain
  • Texas
  • franklin mountains
  • Fort Bliss Military Reservation
  • El Paso Natural Gas Co.
  • Underground Gas Pipeline
  • Anthonys Nose
  • Cottonwood Spring

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A geological map of a portion of West Texas based on U.S.G.S. topographic sheets and reconnaissance maps. Cretaceous details are noted on a color illustrated background. The legend includes quicksilver, coal, silver and lead; intrusives, lavas and tuffs; granite and syenite; and diorite.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1900 - 1909), Nature

  • Map
  • Geology
  • El Paso county
  • Jeff. Davis County
  • Brewster county
  • West Texas
  • Cretaceous
  • Quicksilver
  • Coal
  • Silver & Lead
  • Granite and Syenite
  • Jurassic

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Map of the City of El Paso, Texas with addition names and interesting notes regarding altitude, population, area, water supply, property values and building permits . Also includes details about Elephant Butte Dam.

Central / Downtown, (1900 - 1909), Landmark

  • Elephant Butte Dam
  • Property Values
  • Building Permits
  • Military Reservation
  • Water Supply
  • Banks
  • Import and Export
  • Churches and Missions
  • Hart's Mill
  • Union Depot
  • Electric Railway

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Topography of El Paso County, Texas and the El Paso Quadrangle. Indicates Fort Bliss, El Paso, and communities along the Rio Grande border - Alfalfa, San Jose, Ysleta, Socorro, San Elizario, and Clint.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1900 - 1909), Nature

  • franklin mountains
  • Alfalfa
  • Armendariz Ranch
  • Anthony's Nose
  • Cottonwood Springs
  • Fusselman Canyon
  • Helm Ranch
  • Taylor Ranch
  • San Jose
  • San Elizario
  • Socorro
  • Ysleta

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Map of the dividing line between Mexico and the United States representing the initial point according to the treaty of December 30, 1853. Color topographical representations of mountains, sierras and rivers are shown.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1850 - 1859), Borders

  • Sierra del Paso
  • Sierra del Puerte
  • Rio Bravo del Norte
  • Magoffinsville
  • Acequias
  • Cerro de la Bola
  • Cerro del Aguila
  • border
  • Isleta
  • Socorro
  • paso del norte
  • S. Elizeario

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Railroad facilities; mining areas of copper, gold, mercury, coal, silver, and general.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1900 - 1909), Business

  • Railroad facilities
  • Mining Areas
  • copper
  • gold & mercury
  • Sierra Blanca
  • Pecos
  • Coal & silver
  • Fort Stockton
  • Minerals
  • Presidio
  • Pecos River
  • Eagle Pass
  • Carlsbad
  • Chihuahua
  • New Mexico & Arizona
  • Sonora
  • Chihuahua & Coahuila

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Visitor guide with pictorial map of El Paso, Texas and international cross streets into Juarez, Mexico. Location of places of interest in Juarez, Mexico are noted. Reverse side shows main avenues, streets, historical landmarks, train station, parks, military fort, municipal buildings and colleges. Also notes population statistics; infra-structural, weather and agricultural details.

Central / Downtown, (1920 - 1929), Borders

  • Roads and Streets
  • Agriculture
  • Landmarks
  • Municipal and Historic buildings
  • Dudley Field
  • Copper
  • Cotton-Oil & Petroleum Refineries
  • Weather
  • Alligator Pond
  • Old Mission
  • Mexico International Bridge
  • Loretto College
  • Inspiration Point

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Sectional street map with index and key to indicate building structure types; Scale 50 feet to an inch; Population, water and fire department statistics. Reverse side shows leaflet cover "for the exclusive use of J.W. Magoffin, Agent".

Central / Downtown, (1900 - 1909), Architecture

  • Map
  • Streets and Roads
  • Additions
  • Businesses
  • Merchants
  • schools
  • Churches and Temple
  • Depot
  • Southern Pacific Railroad
  • Coal yard

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This map illustrates natural gas pipelines extending from California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and Louisiana. The legend lists pipeline names and compressor stations. An inset of Los Angeles is included.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1960 - 1969), Business

  • Natural gas
  • Pipelines
  • Compressor stations
  • Utility Infrastructure
  • Southwestern United States
  • California
  • Arizona
  • New Mexico
  • Louisiana
  • Los Angeles

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This United States map colorfully illustrates routes taken by principal explorers with their respective dates. Early roads and highways are also shown over a background of topographical features, state and city names. Insets for Alaska, the Philippine Islands, Guam, the Hawaiian Islands, the Samoan Islands, Porto Rico, and the Panama Canal are included.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1900 - 1909), Borders

  • Explorers
  • Old Spanish Trail
  • Lewis and Clark
  • Santa Fe Trail
  • Champlain
  • La Salle
  • Explorer routes
  • United States

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This topographic USGS map sheet indicates Marfa's surrounding areas of Ryan Flats, Oak Hills, Cuesta Del Burro, Cleveland Breaks, Frenchman Hills, and Rancherita Hills; also creeks, railway lines, and county boundary lines.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1910 - 1919), Nature

  • Map
  • Marfa
  • Jeff Davis county
  • Presidio county
  • Ryan Flats
  • Oak Hills
  • Cuesta Del Burro
  • Cleveland Breaks
  • Frenchman Hills
  • Rancherita Hills

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Map of Texas and its adjacent countries includes statistics for land and chief towns; and population statistics for free whites and slaves. Includes topographical representations for mountains and rivers and indicates cities and Indian tribes.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1840 - 1849), Borders

  • Texas
  • Land
  • Population
  • Statistics
  • Slaves

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This map of Texas includes colored divisions of counties with principal cities and towns. Congressional districts are outlined. Bordering states, cities, country and gulf information is shown. Reverse side contains population statistics for all principal cities and towns shown on pictorial map.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1900 - 1909), Borders

  • Map
  • Population
  • Congressional districts
  • Counties
  • Cities and towns
  • Texas
  • Borders

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Map of Texas and the adjacent regions illustrating missions, presidios, Spanish towns, Indian villages, rivers, roads and boundary lines. Indian tribe names are shown in their areas of concentration.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1910 - 1919), Borders

  • Map
  • Missions
  • Presidios
  • Spanish towns
  • Indian tribes and villages
  • Apache
  • Coahuiltecan
  • Tonkawan
  • Hasinai
  • Karankawan

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This is a county map of Texas represented in black, white and dark gray shades. This map includes an inset of Galveston Bay and the vicinity. Bordering states of New Mexico, Arkansas, and Louisiana and the country of Mexico are indicated. Topographical features-rivers, rios, mountains and bays are shown; and slight shading differences define neighboring counties. Chief cities and towns are indicated.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1860 - 1869), Borders

  • Map
  • Young Territory
  • Indian Territory
  • austin
  • Houston
  • san antonio
  • Brownsville
  • Galveston
  • Victoria
  • Rivers and Bays

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Map of the borders between New Mexico, Texas and Chihuahua, Mexico. Names of cities, towns, forts and rivers are shown; Mail route line is indicated.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1860 - 1869), Borders

  • New Mexico
  • Chihuahua
  • Mexico
  • Texas
  • Cities
  • Towns
  • Forts
  • Mail route
  • Rivers

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Texas photo map of El Paso, Texas, Ft. Bliss and vicinity. Area topography and significant landmarks are visible.

Northeast / Ft. Bliss, (1950 - 1959), Military

  • Photo map
  • biggs field
  • franklin mountains
  • Military Reservation
  • Cordova Island
  • Colleges
  • library
  • schools
  • post office
  • hospital
  • Ascarate Lake
  • Copper Smelter

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