Click to enlargeAtlas of Texas

Atlas of Texas. Softbound (2006), 48 pp., illustrated, indexed.

Atlas of Texas makes use of historic and thematic maps to tell the story of the Lone Star State. This handy reference has been designed to be colorful, easy to read, and informative. These carefully selected maps provide comprehensive coverage of the major events that have shaped Texas.

Full color maps are include:
  • Ethnic Distribution
  • Oil and Gas Reserves
  • Texas Counties
  • County Seats
  • Rivers and Reservoirs
  • Major Hurricanes
  • Historic Sites
  • Archaelogical Sites
  • Spanish Exploration (1683-1788)
  • French Exploration (1685-1737)
  • Spanish Missions (1682-1762)
  • Louisiana Purchase and Adams-Onis Treaty (1804-1819)
  • Texas As a Part of Mexico (1824)
  • Empresario Grants (1823-1837)
  • Texas Under Mexico (1835)
  • Texas Revolution (1835-1836)
  • The Alamo
  • The Battle of San Jacinto
  • Texas Counties (1836 & 1845)
  • Texan-Santa Fe Expedition (1841)
  • Early Trade and Travel Routes (1830s-1850s)
  • The Mexican Invasion (1842)
  • Exploration of West Texas (1839-1850)
  • The American-Mexican War in Texas (1846-1848)
  • Texas Compromise of 1850
  • Military Posts Before the Civil War
  • The Vote of Secession in Texas
  • Texas in the Civil War (1861-1865)
  • Military Posts After the Civil War
  • Mail Routes (1850-1860s)
  • Indian Campaigns (1872-1874)
  • Cattle Trails (1860s-1880s)
  • Railway Systems (1870-1944)
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