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    Set of Maps (6), 1838-1840, of the Sabine River:
    Andrew B. Gray. Map of the River Sabine from Logan's Ferry to 32nd. Degree of North Latitude. Printed in Washington in 1842. This is one of six maps issued in Senate Document number 199, a report on the boundary survey between the Republic of Texas and the United States. Drawn by A.B. Gray, engraved by W.J. Stone and signed by J.H. Overton, U.S. Commissioner. The act passed making Louisiana a state in 1812 contained a clause defining its boundaries. When Texas became a Republic, these borders came into question.
    Reference: Streeter 1440.

    Three Boundary Maps between U.S. and Texas. 7.25-8.5" x 12.25", laying out topographical layout of "Part of the Boundary Between the United States and Texas." The first map, A2, represents "from Sabine River, Northward, to the 36th Mile Mound"; the second map, B2, represents "North of Sabine River from the 36th to the 72nd Mile Mound"; the third map, C2, represents "North of Sabine River from the 72nd Mile Mound to Red River." The boundary maps were "drawn from the notes of survey and copied for the use of the Commission under the Convention of 25 April 1838 by J.Edmd. Blake 1st Lieut. U.S. Top. Eng." and were authenticated by James Kearney, Lt. Col.

    1840 Map of the Sabine Pass. 19" x 23.5", by Lieut. TJ Lee and Capt. PJ Pillans, and drawn by A. Zeyer from the original plats, "Sabine Pass and Mouth of the River Sabine in the Sea. Surveyed Under the Direction of Major J.D. Graham U.S. Topl. Engineers."

    1840 Map of the Sabine River. 37" x 12", "Map of the River Sabine from its mouth on the Gulf of Mexico in the Sea to Logan's Ferry in Latitude 31°, 51' 24" North."

    Condition: Usual folds, light toning and soiling. Very fine condition.

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