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Lee, T.J. Map of the River Sabine from its mouth on the Gulf of Mexico in the Sea to Logan's Ferry. 1838
One of the first diplomatic duties of the first President of Texas, Sam Houston, after the Republic's new congress met in December, 1836, was to resolve the dispute over the Republic's eastern boundary. Unimportant to New Spain until the Louisiana Purchase brought an aggressive new neighbor to its doorstep, its exact location had never been determined. This extremely important document is listed by Texas authority Thomas Winthrop Streeter as being one of the six most important maps for a collector of Texana. Its significance is also noted by Martin and Martin.
Lee, T.J. Map of the River Sabine from its mouth on the Gulf of Mexico in the Sea to Logan's Ferry. 1838
$ 65,000.00
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Fisher, Samuel Rhoads and Elias Wightman.  Survey of the Town of Matagorda, Texas and Environs.  1838.
Matagorda was established after Stephen F. Austin secured permission in 1827 from the Mexican government to build a town to protect incoming settlers. Elias R. Wightman, Hosea H. League, James E. B. Austin, and partners Thomas M. Duke and William Selkirk each took a one-quarter interest in the townsite.
Fisher, Samuel Rhoads and Elias Wightman. Survey of the Town of Matagorda, Texas and Environs. 1838.
$ 48,000.00
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Mitchell, S. Augustus. A New Map of Texas Oregon and California. Philadelphia, 1846.
One of the most influential maps in Western American History.
Mitchell, S. Augustus. A New Map of Texas Oregon and California. Philadelphia, 1846.
$ 9,500.00
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Lee, T.J..  Sabine Pass and mouth of the river Sabine in the Sea.  1842?.
This map is among the most important government maps during the period of Texas independence.
Lee, T.J.. Sabine Pass and mouth of the river Sabine in the Sea. 1842?.
$ 3,500.00
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Rand McNally.  Texas.  Chicago, 1888.

Rand McNally. Texas. Chicago, 1888.
$ 3,500.00
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Ladvocat, Pierre-Francois.  Le Champ-d'Asile ou carte des etablissements fondes dans l'Amerique.  Paris, 1819.
In 1818 about 400 Bonapartist refugees from France, some with families, settled on the Trinity River near modern Liberty, Texas, forming the colony, Le Champ d’Asile – the field of asylum.
Ladvocat, Pierre-Francois. Le Champ-d'Asile ou carte des etablissements fondes dans l'Amerique. Paris, 1819.
$ 3,500.00
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M. Strickland & Co..  Map of the Town of Taylor, Williamson County, Texas.

M. Strickland & Co.. Map of the Town of Taylor, Williamson County, Texas.
$ 2,800.00
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Gast, August & Co..  Map of Colorado County (Texas).  St. Louis, 1880.

Gast, August & Co.. Map of Colorado County (Texas). St. Louis, 1880.
$ 2,800.00
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Niles.  Mexico and Texas.  1842.
Maps that name the Republic of Texas are very rare. This is perhaps the earliest such map.
Niles. Mexico and Texas. 1842.
$ 1,800.00
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Hensoldt, E.A..  The Railroad System of Texas.  Chicago 1883 Rand McNally.

Hensoldt, E.A.. The Railroad System of Texas. Chicago 1883 Rand McNally.
$ 1,600.00
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Ogilby, John.  Nova Mexico.  London: T. Johnson, 1671.
This sweeping panorama of Mexico City was the first published view to identify Tenochtitlan as Mexico City. The view is one of the most important views of the great metropolis as it was in the sixteenth century.
Ogilby, John. Nova Mexico. London: T. Johnson, 1671.
$ 950.00
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Young, J.H..  Map of the State of Texas from The Latest Authorities.  Philadelphia: Thomas, Copperthwait & Co. 1850.

Young, J.H.. Map of the State of Texas from The Latest Authorities. Philadelphia: Thomas, Copperthwait & Co. 1850.
$ 900.00
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Young, J.H..  Map of the State of Texas from The Latest Authorities.  Philadelphia: Charles Desilver, 1854.

Young, J.H.. Map of the State of Texas from The Latest Authorities. Philadelphia: Charles Desilver, 1854.
$ 900.00
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Young, J.H..  Map of the State of Texas from The Latest Authorities.  Philadelphia: Charles Desilver, 1856.
The most influential atlas map of the period and the first to widely disseminate Texas' new state boundaries, as a result of the Compromise.
Young, J.H.. Map of the State of Texas from The Latest Authorities. Philadelphia: Charles Desilver, 1856.
$ 900.00
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Behrens, T.H..  Texas.  Dallas, Texas; 1886

Behrens, T.H.. Texas. Dallas, Texas; 1886
$ 900.00
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Cram, George. Railroad and County Map of Texas. Chicago, 1879.

Cram, George. Railroad and County Map of Texas. Chicago, 1879.
$ 900.00
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Jeckyll, Thomas. Map of the United States and their Territories between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean. Washington DC, 1857-8.
Showing the most detailed cartographic representations of the West until after the Civil War.
Jeckyll, Thomas. Map of the United States and their Territories between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean. Washington DC, 1857-8.
$ 750.00
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Johnson, A.J.. Johnson's Texas. New York, 1860's.

Johnson, A.J.. Johnson's Texas. New York, 1860's.
$ 650.00
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Banche, A.D.  U.S. Coast Survey Preliminary Sketch of Galveston Bay Texas.  U.S. Coastal Survey, 1858.

Banche, A.D. U.S. Coast Survey Preliminary Sketch of Galveston Bay Texas. U.S. Coastal Survey, 1858.
$ 475.00
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Johnson, AJ.  Johnson's New Map of the State of Texas.  New York, 1862.

Johnson, AJ. Johnson's New Map of the State of Texas. New York, 1862.
$ 450.00
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Cram, George F.. Texas Engraved For the People's Publishing Co..  People's Publishing Co. Chicago 1886.

Cram, George F.. Texas Engraved For the People's Publishing Co.. People's Publishing Co. Chicago 1886.
$ 450.00
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Ampler, J.M.W..  Galveston Entrance.  U.S. Coast Survey, 1856.

Ampler, J.M.W.. Galveston Entrance. U.S. Coast Survey, 1856.
$ 450.00
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Matthews-Northrup Co.. Texas Population. New York, 1901.

Matthews-Northrup Co.. Texas Population. New York, 1901.
$ 375.00
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Ashburn, J. Foster.  Ashburn's Map of Texas.  Texas, 1944.

Ashburn, J. Foster. Ashburn's Map of Texas. Texas, 1944.
$ 350.00
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Greenwell, W.E..  Preliminary Survey of the Entrance to the Rio Grande.  U.S. Coast Survey, 1854.

Greenwell, W.E.. Preliminary Survey of the Entrance to the Rio Grande. U.S. Coast Survey, 1854.
$ 350.00
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Fairfax, F. .  Preliminary Chart of Entrance to Brazos River Texas.  U.S. Coastal Survey, 1858.

Fairfax, F. . Preliminary Chart of Entrance to Brazos River Texas. U.S. Coastal Survey, 1858.
$ 350.00
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Rand, McNally & Co..  Rand, McNally & Co.'s Map of Texas. Chicago, 1888.

Rand, McNally & Co.. Rand, McNally & Co.'s Map of Texas. Chicago, 1888.
$ 350.00
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Rand McNally & Co.. Rand McNally & Co.'s Texas (Texas Railroads). 1895, 1898.

Rand McNally & Co.. Rand McNally & Co.'s Texas (Texas Railroads). 1895, 1898.
$ 350.00
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Stanford, Edward.  North Mexico.  London.

Stanford, Edward. North Mexico. London.
$ 275.00
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Cram, George F..  Western Half of Texas.  Chicago, 1890-1900.

Cram, George F.. Western Half of Texas. Chicago, 1890-1900.
$ 275.00
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E. Yeager & App. J.J. Knight. Preliminary Chart of San Luis Pass Texas. 1853.

E. Yeager & App. J.J. Knight. Preliminary Chart of San Luis Pass Texas. 1853.
$ 100.00
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Daniel Friedrich Sotzmann. Karte von einem Theil de Nordwestlichen Küste von America of 1800
One of the most influential maps in Western American History.
Daniel Friedrich Sotzmann. Karte von einem Theil de Nordwestlichen Küste von America of 1800
$ 4,500.00
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