"Map of Texas", Williams, J. David
Period: 1876 (circa)
Color: Hand Color
12.3 x 17 inches
31.2 x 43.2 cm
This is an interesting map of Texas with superb detail of trails, ponds, springs, forts, and railroads. It shows county development and is filled with information on the region's resources (gypsum, salt, arable land, timber, sand, course grass, and forests labeled Mesquite Openings). The "Western Part of Texas" is shown in an inset on the same scale as the main map. Published by Hardesty & Co., in an Ohio county atlas as the verso contains two farm views in Henry County Ohio.
Bit of light soil, else very good. Original color.