Reproduction print of J. De Cordova’s Map of the State of Texas, 1849. Inset shows full extent of 1849 boundaries of Texas with Santa Fe County, Texas, now part of New Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming. Conservation funded in 2001 with donations from Carl D. Doby and Tom E. Johnson.All maps are duplicate prints shipped from the Archives of the Texas General Land Office (GLO). GLO map duplication fees are in accordance with TEX. ADMIN. CODE Â§3.31(b)(5)(F) and proceeds obtained under the TEX. ADMIN. CODE for copying maps benefits Save Texas History. Any additional charges assessed by this website are at the sole discretion of the Texas State Historical Association (TSHA). The GLO is not affiliated with TSHA and the availability of GLO Archive maps on this website does not constitute a partnership between the GLO and TSHA. Any and all claims, disputes, or remedies arising from a transaction on this website must be pursued through TSHA.
J. De Cordova’s Map of the State of Texas, 1849
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