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    [Map]. Robert T. Hill. Drainage of Black and Grand Prairies. Baltimore: A. Hoen & Co., 1900. Produced for the U. S. Geological Survey as located in Part VII, Plate no. XI in the Twenty-First Annual Report, this detailed map measures 11" x 14.5" and features the headwaters of the Trinity and Brazos Rivers as well as the Red and Washita Rivers to the north. Toned edges. TSHA Donation. All proceeds, including Buyer's Premium, will go to support TSHA.

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    Pioneer Texas geologist Robert T. Hill worked for the U.S. Geological Survey and was a geology professor at the University of Texas.



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