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This Texas map illustrates county boundaries, railroad lines, chief cities, rivers, and lists the names of each railroad line indicated.

Uploaded on 06.23.2018 by Border Heritage Center

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

  • Map
  • Texas counties
  • Texas cities
  • Railroads
  • Rivers

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