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Descriptive Summary

Scope and Content

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Digitized Maps Collection, 1657-1988

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Southwest Collections/Special Collections Library Digitized Maps:

An Inventory of the Collection, 1657-1988, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

Title: Digitized Maps Collection,
Dates: 1657-1988
Abstract: The Digitized Maps Collection consists of maps dating from the 17th through the 20th century that have been digitized and made available among our Digital Collections.
Quantity: 119 maps
Language English
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Scope and Content

The Digitized Maps Collection contains 119 maps from the Southwest Collection/Special Collections holdings that have been digitized and made available among our Digital Collections.

The subject matter of the maps varies widely, although they predominantly document the western U.S., focusing on Texas and surrounding U.S. states, such as New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Arizona, although select instances of other states are also present. Maps relating to Mexico, particularly during the 17th and 18th centuries, and the time of the Texas Revolution, are present.

Many maps focus on ranchlands, rangelands, farming, Native American territories, and U.S. frontier settlement, with several also pertaining to railroads that crossed the region. Other maps depict military engagements throughout the time periods covered by the collection.

The Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library possesses a large number of physical maps as well, which researchers can find and request via a search of our online catalog.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Some archival collections may be housed in storage outside of the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library building. Requests to retrieve such materials may take up to 10 business days to complete. Please contact our Reference Department to arrange retrieval.

Audio, video, and film recordings may not be immediately accessible due to format, condition, or copyright status. All items must be digitized prior to patron use. Please contact the Reference Librarian at least 10 days in advance to make viewing arrangements.

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Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Organizations)
Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company.
Matador Land and Cattle Company.
Subjects
Texas--Maps.
United States--Maps.
West (U.S.)--History.
West (U.S.)--Maps.
New Mexico--Maps.
Oklahoma--Maps.
Arizona--Maps.
Mexico--Maps.
Ranching--Maps.
Agriculture--Maps.
Railroads--Maps.

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Related Materials:

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library:

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Digitized Maps Collection, 1657-1988, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Accession Information

Collection accession #(s):
n/a

Gifts and Purchases, various dates

Processing Information

Processed by: Technical Processing/Bibliographic Services

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Collection Inventory

Digitized Maps Collection, 1657-1988

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1 Map showing the south and east boundary lines of Alamositas pasture of the Matador Land and Cattle Company, 1902
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2 Sketch showing position of surveys 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16. Block Z, April 6th, 1905
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3 Land plat map of northwestern Concho County and northeastern Tom Green County along the Concho River, 1895
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4 Plat of Matador Land and Cattle Company lands adjacent to Matador and Northern Railway which is being built by the citizens of Motley County, 1913
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5 Land plat map of Motley County between Matador and Roaring Springs, Texas, 1910
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6 Geological cross-sections to accompany map of Matador Ranch, 1916
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7 G. W. Snyder plat, San Angelo, Texas, 1890
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8 Klecks addition, San Angelo, Texas, 1890
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9 R.R. Wade's Ranch, 1892
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10 Planta de la costa de la Florida la mas occidental desde 27 grad. de latitud norte hasta 29 grad, 1904
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11 Plat map of land south of San Angelo along the South Concho River : no. 1817 and no. 1819, 1890
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12 Proposed route of Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad from Ralls, Texas to Fort Worth, Texas via Afton and Seymour, Texas, 1920
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13 Plat of the Pecos mines in the Diablo Mountains. Public school blk. no. 54 1/2 El Paso County, Texas. Surveyed for George E. Briggs and others, February, 1902
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14 Plan of the Texas and Potter Palmer Graham Camp, 1890
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15 Plat map of the Cooper Ranch in Tom Green County, Texas, 1890
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16 Map of the Pioneer mining district, Superior, Pinal County, Arizona, 1917
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17 Plat map of eastern Irion County and western Tom Green County, Texas along Spring Creek, 1890
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18 Plat map of northern Irion County, Texas along the Middle Concho River, 1890
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19 Profile of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad System : compiled in the office of the chief engineer, 1884
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20 Mexico, California and Texas, 1851
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21 Missouri Territory. formerly Louisiana, 1814
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22 Mexico and Texas, 1841
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23 Map illustrating the extermination of the American bison, 1889
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24 Map of the country scouted by Colonels MacKenzie and Shafter, Capt. R.P. Wilson and others in the years, 1874 & 1875, 1876
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25 The Colorado and Southern Lines : Official Mileage, 1915
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26 Regni Mexicani seu Novae Hispaniae, Floridae, Novae Angliae, Carolinae, Virginiae et Pensylvaniae, nec non Insularum, Archipelagi Mexicani in America Septentrionali accurata Tabula, 1720
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27 Carte contenant le Royaume du Mexique et la Floride : dressez sur les meilleures observations & sur les Mémoires les plus Nouveaux, 1719
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28 Texas, 1846
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29 Texas, 1840
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30 Republic of Mexico and Texas, 1830
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31 Florida called by ye French Louisiana etc., 1728
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32 Official map of the State of Sonora, Republic of Mexico : compiled from surveys, reconnoissances and other sources, 1885
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33 Matador Ranch - Land Maps, 1892
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34 Map of the state of Texas from the latest authorities, 1854
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35 New Mexico, 1882
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36 Cram's railroad & township map of New Mexico, 1879
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37 Jackson wreath, or National souvenir, 1829
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38 Mapa correspondiente al diario que formo Elp.F. Pedro Font del viage que hizo a Monterey y puerto de San Francisco…, 1878
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39 Rand-McNally new commercial atlas map of Missouri, 1916
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40 Audience de Guadalajara, Noveau Mexique, Californie, etc., 1657
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41 Official U.S. Military Map of the Staked Plains, 1880
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42 Map of the United States : Appletons' hand book of American travel, 1849
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43 Tom Green and Runnels County, Texas plat map, 1880
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44 Map of the state of Texas from the latest authorities, 1853
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45 Rand, McNally & Co.'s Texas, 1902
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46 J.H. Colton's map of Nevada, Utah and Arizona, A, 1865
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47 J.H. Colton's map of Nevada, Utah and Arizona, B, 1865
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48 Colton's New Mexico and Arizona, 1877
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49 Rand and McNally's new map of Texas, 1901
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50 Gray's atlas map of Indian Territory, 1872
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51 Rand, McNally & Co.'s new enlarged scale railroad and county map of Texas, 1882
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52 A geological map of the land belonging to the New York and Texas Land Company Ltd. in the upper Rio Grande Embayment Texas, 1906
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53 A new map of Texas, Oregon and California with the regions adjoining : compiled from the most recent authorities, 1846
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54 Soash, Texas, 1909
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55 Siege of Vera Cruz, 1847
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56 Fort Griffin : drawn from memory by W. B. Champlin, Jr., 1930
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57 Map of Alluvia, Stonewall County, Texas, 1909
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58 Map of the United States, 1839
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59 North America, 1803
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60 Rand, McNally & Co.'s New Mexico, 1907
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61 Map of parts of Kansas, Indian Ter., Texas and New Mexico, 1962
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62 Texas, 1889
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63 Map of Texas, 1909
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64 Battle of Cerro Gordo, April 17-18, 1847
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65 Railroad and county map of Texas, 1890
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66 Battles of Mexico, 1848
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67 Western half of Texas, 1892
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68 Eastern half of Texas, 1892
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69 Texas, 1891
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70 The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway System, 1908
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71 Post route map of the state of Texas showing post offices with the intermediate distances on mail routes, 1935
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72 City of Floydada, Floyd County, Texas, 1916
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73 Atlas of Texas counties, 1872
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74 Texas, 1856
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75 Map of Atlantic & Pacific & South Pacific Railroad Co. of Missouri, 1870
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76 Johnson's Mexico, 1860
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77 Map showing Indian reservations in the United States west of the 84th meridian and number of Indians belonging thereto, 1882
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78 A map of the Indian territory, northern Texas and New Mexico : showing the great western prairies, 1844
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79 Map of W. L. Ellwood's Lands in Lubbock, Hockley, Lamb and Hale Counties Texas, 1910
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80 Plat of the town of Algerita, San Saba County, Texas, 1914
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81 Plat map of a portion of Pecos County, Texas, 1898
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82 Plot map of "Grady Sale" of JA Ranch, 1882
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83 Atlas of Texas counties, 1882
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84 Map of Cochran County, Texas, 1920
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85 Reconnoissances of routes from San Antonio de Bexar to El Paso del Norte : including the reconnoissance of Lt. W.H.C. Whiting, U.S. Engr., 1849
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86 Map of Brandenberg, Stonewall County, Texas, 1909
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87 Trails made and routes used by the Fourth U.S. Cavalry : under command of General R.S. MacKenzie in its operations against hostile Indians in Texas, Indian-Territory (now Oklahoma), New Mexico and Old Mexico during the period of 1871-2-3-4 and 5, 1927
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88 Official map of New Mexico, 1894
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89 Plat map of Nolan Oil & Gas Company land for sale, 1950
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90 Sectional map of Texas, 1914
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91 Black Water Valley Lands : Bailey County, Texas, 1913
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92 Map of the range controlled by the Matador Cattle Company in Motley and Cottle counties, 1880
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93 Central route and pioneer line : the Houston & Texas Central and Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railways, with their connections…, 1875
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94 Historic Homes and Buildings Tour Lubbock, Texas, 1988
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95 Pasture of the Matador Land and Cattle Company, 1890
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96 Lubbock Square, 1909
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97 Map of the United States and Mexico, 1859
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98 County map of Utah and Nevada, 1875
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99 Ellwood Place addition in Lubbock, Texas, 1926
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100 Anton townsite : situated on parts of sections 106 and 113 block A., R. M. Thomson, Grantee, Hockley County, Texas, 1924
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101 Texas, compiled from the latest and best authorities, 1842
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102 Jermyn, Jack County, Texas, 1910
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103 A new map of Texas : with the contiguous American & Mexican states, 1836
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104 Map of Indian Territory, 1885
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105 Texas, 1838
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106 Map of the Navajo Indian Reservation / compiled from official sources at Hd. Qrs. District of New Mexico, prepared in the Office of Indian Affairs by Paul Brodie, 1886
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107 Part of the United States and New Mexico, no. 48, 1825
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108 Part of Mexico, no. 54, 1825
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109 Map of the United States, no. 55, 1825
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110 Part of Mexico, no. 59, 1825
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111 Parts of Mexico, no. 60, 1825
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112 Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis : Indianapolis Bee Line, and Indianapolis & St. Louis : railway and connections, 1875
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113 Cram's new county and railroad map of Texas : showing latest government surveys, 1876
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114 Map of the Indian and Oklahoma territories, 1895
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115 National map of the territory of the United States from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, 1867
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116 Territory of New Mexico, 1857
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117 Map of Young County, 1880
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118 Index map of Matador Ranch of Matador Land and Cattle Company, 1916
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119 Map of Texas : prepared especially for the Thomas D. Murphy Company, 1930

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