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One of the earliest separate maps of Texas, published shortly after its Independence. Shows Texas extending to the Nueces, with a note expressing hope that the boundary will be extended to the Rio Grande. The named Grants are McMullen & McGlone, Woodbury, Cameron (2), Austin & Williams, Austin, DeWitt, Austin's Colony, De Leon, Burnet, Powers, Whelin, Zavallo and Felisola. A note on Col. Milam is shown belwo the Red River. Also shows towns, several early 19th Century battle grounds, roads, etc. David Edward travelled to Texas in 1830 and was a keen, if pro-Mexican observer. Streeter describes the book as an essential Texas book, notwithstanding Edward's Idiosyncracies. A nice example of the book and map. Full description on request.