Printed Color Genuine Antique Map
Antique printed color map of Texas, from Cram's "Universal Atlas," 1891, divided into western and eastern halves, graphically depicting the relative level of settlement in each half; with townships delineated by color, showing towns, roads and routes, rivers, creeks, water bodies, and notations of fresh water sources; versos display Arizona, New Mexico, Arkansas, and Indian Territory (mostly present-day Oklahoma). Texas is the centerfold of each sheet, with other maps on the back. Very good overall antique condition, each half measures 20 x 13.5 inches.
Item Number: SOU239