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Map illustrates the Rio Grande from the San Juan River to the Gulf of Mexico showing the boundary between the United States and Mexico. Contour levels are shown. The scale is 1 inch to 5000. Roads and ranch locations are shown.

Uploaded on 06.23.2018 by Border Heritage Center

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1890 - 1899), Water

  • Map
  • San Juan River
  • Gulf of Mexico
  • Emory-Salazar Channel
  • Brownsville Road
  • Camargo and Reynosa Road
  • Mexican National Railroad
  • Grangeno Banco No. 44
  • rio grande
  • Ranches

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