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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