Landmark Map Prints

The history of cartography covers centuries, but the rare maps that reflect an
independent Republic of Texas come from a narrow span of only nine years.

The maps that record the fascinating growth that Texas enjoyed in the early years
Statehood are also few and far between.

Landmark Map Prints There are 7 products.

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  • Map of The Early Texas Land GrantsCirca 1836, The First Year of Texas Indepedence $195 framed replica map in darkwood, 36" x 27"$55 unframed replica map      This map of the earliest settlements in Texas was issued in 1836, the first year of Texas' Independence. Drawn by E.F. Lee and published as part of David B. Edward's The History of Texas, or the...

  • Circa 1843 by John Arrowsmith $195 framed replica map in darkwood, 31" x 28"$55 unframed replica map This replica of the rare antique map published in London by John Arrowsmith, is one of the cornerstones of any Texas map collection. This map accurately reflects the western border of Texas as being the Rio Grande River to its source, a claim established...

  • Map of The Republic of Texas $195 framed replica map darkwood, 31" x 27"$55 unframed replica map As Recognized by the Major World Powers, circa 1842, LondonOne of the most detailed maps of the entire Republic of Texas that was published in such a compact size. The full extent of the Republic, as recognized by the United States, England, France and other...

  • Emory's rare 1844 map as recognized by the U.S. $265 framed replica, approximately 40 1/2" x 30"$55 unframed replica, approximately 30 3/4" x 20" The annexation of Texas by the United States was a dominant issue of the presidential campaign of 1844. This map, drawn by an engineer in the U.S. Army, was the first to accurately depict all of Texas,...

  • circa 1842 by A. K. Johnston, Edinburgh, Scotland $195 Framed replica map, 34 1/2" x 30 1/2"$55 unframed replica map, 26" x 22" This outstanding map includes a wealth of information on both the independent Republic of Texas as well as the 26 States “Back East”. The Western border of Texas had been established by treaty as “the Rio Grande River to it’s...

  • Each Map is approximately (24" x 22")Framed Replicas in matching dark wood: $485 (pair) Highland Park – Beyond the City’s Dust & SmokeA unique pair of land promotion maps – circa 1907 & 1910 In 1889 a group of Philadelphia investors acquired 1325 acres about 4 miles north of downtown Dallas. Gravel roads and a dam across Turtle Creek were built...

  • Republica de Tejas Mejico, Tejas y Centro –America a rare Spanish Language map of Texas, circa 1836  $285 framed replica map approx. 31" x 27 " This is one of only three known maps that names Texas as “The Republic of Texas” on the face, since Texas has the distinction of having been an independent country for nine years.  The Border of Texas was...

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