An exceptional example of A. J. Johnson's highly desirable map of Texas. Created shortly after the American Civil War, this extraordinary folio map details the state of Texas in, full. Identifies the Elevated Table Lands, the El Llando Estadado (the Stak
An exceptional example of A. J. Johnson's highly desirable map of Texas. Created shortly after the American Civil War, this extraordinary folio map details the state of Texas in, full. Identifies the Elevated Table Lands, the El Llando Estadado (the Stak
An exceptional example of A. J. Johnson's highly desirable map of Texas. Created shortly after the American Civil War, this extraordinary folio map details the state of Texas in, full. Identifies the Elevated Table Lands, the El Llando Estadado (the Stak

An exceptional example of A. J. Johnson's highly desirable map of Texas. Created shortly after the American Civil War, this extraordinary folio map details the state of Texas in, full. Identifies the Elevated Table Lands, the El Llando Estadado (the Stak

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Map size: 18 inches x 2 feet (60.96cm x 45.72cm) | Ready to frame in standard size frame (18x24) | Frame not included | Archival quality reproduction

An exceptional example of A. J. Johnson's highly desirable map of Texas. Created shortly after the American Civil War, this extraordinary folio map details the state of Texas in, full. Identifies the Elevated Table Lands, the El Llando Estadado (the Staked Plain), the U.S. Mail Route, numerous geographical notations and color coding according to county. El Paso, Presidio and Behar counties are gigantic and occupy much of the western portion of the state. Insets in, the lower left quadrant detail Sabine Lake (with depth soundings), Galveston Bay (from the U.S.C.S.), and the northern panhandle. Throughout, Johnson identifies various cities, towns, rivers and assortment of additional topographical details. Features the fretwork border common to Johnson's atlas maps from 1863 to 1869. Based on a smaller 1855 map by J. H. Colton. Published by A. J. Johnson and Ward as plate numbers 46 and 47 in, the 1866 edition of Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas . This is the final edition of Johnson's Atlas to bear the Johnson and Ward imprint.

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