A New Map of Texas, Oregon and California with the Regions Adjoning, 1846
This is a beautiful reproduction of one of the most important maps of it's day. Published by Samuel A Mitchell at a time when war was imminent with Mexico, it is one of the first maps to depict Texas as a state. Useful as well as informative, it was published as a pocket map and depicts all of the important emigrant trails including the Oregon Route, Fremont's Route, Lewis & Clarkes Route, the Great Spanish Trail from P. Angelos to Santa Fe, and the Caravan Route to Santa Fe. It was even reportedly used by Brigham Young in 1847 on his trek to The Great Salt Lake. The map is printed on heavy parchment style paper that is excellent for framing.
28"" x 26", Laminated 7 tube shipped
Additional sizes, Mount & laminate available in store. 713-818-6979(Price Varies)