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ID Number: 24
United States with Texas Republic
Duvontenay, T.H.
1843
$275.
This map features an independent Texas in the heart shaped configuration. The western US is divided into districts; Oregon, Mandanes, Osage, Ozark, Sioux, Huron. The northwest boundary extends into British Columbia.

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ID Number: 77
U.S. Southwest
Johnson & Ward
1862
$525.
Horizontally divided New Mexico and Arizona. Many explorer's routes and established trails are shown, including the US Mail Route (southern), Pony Express, and Emigrant Road.

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ID Number: 83
Mexico, U.S. Southwest
Teesdale, Henry
1841
$375.
This map still shows Texas as part of Mexico, but bears the legend ""The province of Texas acknowledged an independent state by Grt. Britain, Nov. 1840". Several fictitious rivers flow from the Rockies to the Pacific. There are many place names along the California coast.

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ID Number: 89
Texas
Johnson and Ward
1865
$345.
This map depicts Texas at the close of the Civil War. County development in the east is well underway, but the west is comprised of three named counties. Insets show the northern panhandle, Galveston, and Sabine Lake.

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ID Number: 140
Smith's School Atlas
Smith, R.C.
1839
$475.
This school atlas contains 13 single page and 5 double page hand colored maps. The map of the US shows an independent Texas extending into present day Colorado. The rest of the west is occupied by Nebraska, Oregon, and Indian Territory. An inset of Mexico shows the rest of the west. The other maps are of US regions and foreign countries.

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