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Map of the route near the 35th parallel. Part of the explorations and surveys for a railroad route from the Mississippi River to the Pacific ocean. Compiled from the explorations and surveys made under the direction of the Secretary of War. Map has topographical features: mountains, sierras, rivers, and creeks. Prairie and timber areas are indicated. Indian tribe concentrations, forts, wagon trail lines, and some cities are shown.

Uploaded on 06.22.2018 by Border Heritage Center

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

  • Exploration and surveys
  • Prairie and timber
  • Wagon trail lines
  • Indian concentrations
  • Railroad route
  • Sierra de Los Jumanes
  • Chickasaws and Kaioways
  • Fort Arbuckle and Fort Washita
  • Rio Pecos
  • Canadian River
  • Mississippi River

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Map No. 1 from Fort Smith to the Rio Grande

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