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    I'm looking for a early 1800's map of the area around san antonio.

    Anyone have any info about where to find old maps of Texas? Or anywhere else for that matter. Thanks.
    American by birth, Texan by the grace of God.

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    Re: I'm looking for a early 1800's map of the area around san antonio.

    Quote Originally Posted by want2skydive
    Anyone have any info about where to find old maps of Texas? Or anywhere else for that matter. Thanks.
    Check the link on this thread. May be helpful.
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    Re: I'm looking for a early 1800's map of the area around san antonio.

    Quote Originally Posted by cooltone23
    Quote Originally Posted by want2skydive
    Anyone have any info about where to find old maps of Texas? Or anywhere else for that matter. Thanks.
    Check the link on this thread. May be helpful.
    Oops... http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/texas.html
    YeeHaw!

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    Re: I'm looking for a early 1800's map of the area around san antonio.

    Check out the Sanborn insurace site. They have insurance maps dateing way back.
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    Re: I'm looking for a early 1800's map of the area around san antonio.

    Cooltone beat me to it. Good site.

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    Re: I'm looking for a early 1800's map of the area around san antonio.

    Quote Originally Posted by sqwaby
    Cooltone beat me to it. Good site.
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    Re: I'm looking for a early 1800's map of the area around san antonio.

    hi outta everyone in Texas i probally have the biggest collection of Maps

    heres a Link to my Photobucket Album

    http://s247.photobucket.com/albums/g...mann007/TxrRm/

    From the 1500's to 1935

    to really view the maps in detail you will need to download Yahoo messenger
    and add me to your contact list so i can send you the Viewer called TatukGIS

    treasurehunterenterprizes@yahoo.com is my Messenger Addy:

    Dave
    [i]Treasure Hunting America Texas Style
    [i]http://davemann.webs.com/

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    Re: I'm looking for a early 1800's map of the area around san antonio.

    Sweet website Dave! Go through Tilden from time to time on job assignments...nice area to deer hunt.
    HH Kieth

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    Re: I'm looking for a early 1800's map of the area around san antonio.

    Quote Originally Posted by want2skydive
    Anyone have any info about where to find old maps of Texas? Or anywhere else for that matter. Thanks.
    You might try contacting the Texas Historical Foundation. If they don't have what you are looking for they may be able to point you in the right direction. Good Luck!
    "Wherever I go .. That's where I'll be!"

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    Re: I'm looking for a early 1800's map of the area around san antonio.

    Quote Originally Posted by want2skydive
    Anyone have any info about where to find old maps of Texas? Or anywhere else for that matter. Thanks.
    Have you tried http://www.davidrumsey.com, too? It's going to be difficult going back to early 1800's... There's an 1844 that prominently features the Bexar area on David's site, if that's early enough for you. No detailed local-area maps are going to be around for most of Texas that early in the 19th century.

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