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This geographical map of Texas was compiled from the records of the General Land Office of the State of Texas. Affirmations from a General Land Office officer assert that the "meander of the rivers are all correctly represented". A list of land districts, a note regarding boundaries of Fisher & Miller's Colony, and a legend for cities, large and small towns are also shown.

Uploaded on 06.23.2018 by Border Heritage Center

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

  • Land districts
  • Counties
  • Cities
  • Rivers
  • Rio del Norte
  • Map
  • Texas

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