Relief shown by hachures. The James Harper Starr Collection ca.
Mexican Texas is the historiographical name used to refer to the era of Texan history between 1821 and 1836 when it was part of MexicoMexico gained independence in 1821 after winning its war against Spain which began in 1810Initially Mexican Texas operated similarly to Spanish TexasRatification of the 1824 Constitution of Mexico created a federal structure and the.
Map of texas 1830. Shows colonies and land grants Neuces River as border between Texas and Mexican states Indian Territory attached to Arkansas Santa Fe area towns rivers and roads. Title from title block. Additional longitudinal coordinates measured west from Washington W 2900–W 1115.
It has been viewed 4570 times with 155 in the last month. United States Geological SurveyUS. This first edition of Stephen F.
The 1830 first edition of the Austin map of Texas arguably the single most important map in Texas history and one of the great rarities of cartographic Americana. Entered according to Act of Congress the 17th day of March 1830 by HS. This highly desirable map published on the eve of the Texas Revolution is one of the most colorful maps of Texas ever published.
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. It was without question the most accurate depiction of the area to date and it served as a model for many subsequent productions. Click to enlarge image of Republic of Texas Map USA 1836 1845.
29052020 This map is part of the collection entitled. Map courtesy Dorothy Sloan-Rare Books Austin Texas Texas Frontier Development 1841-1843 97K From Atlas of Texas. Entered according to Act of Congress the 17th day of March 1830 by HS.
Tanner first published a map of Mexico in the mid-1820s and this third edition issued in 1846 is. Map of Texas Relief shown by hachures. Largest Cities Map of Texas and Population Houston Map – 2099451 – 29760193 -95369390.
Tanner of the state of Pennsylvania. This boundary was established by the Adams-Onis Treaty. This separated Spanish Territory from the.
The influx of colonist to Texas in the 1830s fueled a demand for maps of the region. 1830-1880 containing plat maps of most of the counties of Texas. Entered according to.
03062020 This map is part of the collection entitled. While emphasizing southeastern Texas it also became a master map from which numerous other maps of Texas and its environs were derived prior to. It was immediately in high demand and Tanner reissued it four times before the end of the decade.
Sectioned together in 18 pieces mounted on cloth backing. Tanner of the state of Pennsylvania. One of the earliest representations on a printed map of the newly established town of Austin 1839.
Austin Map of Texas occupies an important place in American and Texan history and the progress of westward expansion. Austins Map of Texas. Austins Map of Texas is a landmark of Texas and cartographic history.
London pubd 17 April 1841 by John Arrowsmith 10 Soho Square. More information about this map can be viewed below. Austins 1830 Map of Texas is often described as the first meaningful map of Texas and was the first to accurately depict the rivers in Texas and illustrate many of the early settlements including Brazoria Gonzales Harrisburg Matagorda Victoria and Waco Village.
His map precisely engraved and first published by Henry Schenck Tanner 1786-1858 in Philadelphia in 1830 became very popular and quickly went through seven updated editions by 1845 including as a pocket map in 1840. Army Corps of Engineers Historic Topographic Map Collection 1889-1939. Torn around edges on some sections.
Printed by H. Relief shown by hachures. Map Collections from the University of Texas at Arlington and was provided by the University of Texas at Arlington Library to The Portal to Texas History a digital repository hosted by the UNT Libraries.
In 1819 by Spain and the United States. Tanner carefully engraved the plate for the map and issued it in March 1830. Texas State Publications and was provided by the UNT Libraries Government Documents Department to The Portal to Texas History a digital repository hosted by the UNT Libraries.
Map of Texas with parts of the adjoining states Relief shown by hachures. This early map also shows Indian Territory which had been formed in the 1830s as well as Taos and Santa Fe which had been claimed by the Texas Repulic. An 1836 map of The Republic of Texas.
Reduced version of Hunt and Randels 1839 map of Texas. The Republic of Texas 1836. The map recorded the old settlements of San Antonio Nacogdoches.
-1922 documenting the Texas frontier military posts and roads after statehood. Tanner of the state of Pennsylvania. This is one of the few early maps that shows the entire state of Texas without truncation which adds greatly to visual appeal.
Sold by Mitchell. The 1830 map which is the first edition is the first map of Texas to be printed in the United States and the second map of Texas to ever be printed. It has been viewed 3553 times with 171 in the last month.
Published by The University of. Entered according to Act of Congress the 17th day of March 1830 by HS. The western boundary The Rio Grande from its mouth to its source then north to the 42nd parallel.
More information about this map can be viewed below. Map of Texas with parts of the adjoining states Relief shown by hachures. Includes hand written notes signed in ink by Wm.
The latitude and longitude of Saltillo Monterey Laredo Bexar Nacogdoches and point where the boundary line leaves the Sabine are from observations of General Teran of the Mexican Army. Note the eastern stairstep boundary outlining the Texas-US.