1828, "Mexico," Sidney Hall

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"Mexico," Sidney Hall, London, 1828. Published by Henry Colburn. Map is dated in lower center: "London, Published by Henry Colburn, new Burlington Street, April, 1828." Large folding map, not from an atlas. (Image 26-1/2" wide x 21-3/8" high on 28" x 22-1/2" page). This map shows Texas as the Mexican state of Texas. There is a large, expansive area labeled "Indian Territory."  Rivers, east to west: Rio Sabina, Rio Nevada, R. Trinidad, R. Navasota, Rio Flores o’ Brazos, Rio Guadalupe, Rio de San Antonio, Rio Bravo del Norte. San Luis peninsula is shown as an island. The town "Austin Town" is shown on the Brazos River near current day Brazoria. Map is blank on reverse, no tears. This rare map is printed on quality paper, with high rag content. Light stains, as shown. Some folds have been reinforced on reverse with Filmoplast acid-free archival tape. Very good condition.



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