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    John Arrowsmith. Map of Texas compiled from Surveys recorded in the Land Office of Texas, and other Official Surveys. Soho Square. London. 1843. 21" x 24.5", with hand-colored county borders and showing the Republic of Texas' border claims to the upper Rio Grande. Marking towns, counties, railroads, roads, military routes, rivers, creeks, and other physical features. With insets of the "Plan of Galveston Bay" and western U.S. and Mexico. Printed along the lower edge of the map, "London Pubd. 8th June, 1843, by John Arrowsmith. 10 Soho Square." Holographic notes have been written (near illegible) along the southern tip of Texas in pencil and period ink concerning the Mexican War. This rare map has been trimmed along the top, right, and lower edges. No text or border has been removed except the lower half of the scale explanation. Toned and very good. Ex Ben E. Pingenot.


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    November, 2009
    21st Saturday
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