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1828: Mexico

Cartography:
Sidney Hall

Map of Mexico, published in London as an independent wall map and not part of an atlas, indicating European interest … See more Mexico

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1829: Mexico and Guatimala

Cartography:
Thomas Tegg

This 1829 map, by London-based printer Thomas Tegg, shows a diamond-shaped Texas as its own state in Mexico, but as … See more Mexico and Guatimala

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1832/1835: The United States of Mexico

An interesting map by American cartographer David Burr, showing the Mexican state of TEXAS, with its border with Coahuila located … See more The United States of Mexico

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1837: Mexico & Texas

Cartography:
John Milton Niles

This 1837 map shows the Republic of Texas extending all the way to the Rio Grande and north to the … See more Mexico & Texas

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1844: Map of Texas and Countries Adjacent

Cartography:
William H. Emory

In 1844, James K. Polk was elected to the office of the Presidency on the platform of “Manifest Destiny,” which … See more Map of Texas and Countries Adjacent

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1846: Map of the State of Texas, No. 13

Cartography:
Samuel Augustus Mitchell

On 29 December 1845, the U.S. Congress admitted Texas as the 28th state of the United States, and this 1846 … See more Map of the State of Texas, No. 13