Collect Both 1836 and 1845 Ranger Canyon Maps Save $10


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Buy Both Ranger Cayon Maps and Save $10! 1836 REPUBLIC OF TEXAS MAP. The definitive cartographic tool for understanding the historic events that transpired during the turbulent years 1835 to 1836. Drawn by artist and master cartographer John Davis, copyright 1987. This beautiful map details battle sites, roads and trails, hundreds of early settlements, and an original view of the Republic of Texas in the inset. Has chart detailing each of the 48 Battles of the Texas Revolution. Shows were the indian tribes were located including: Comanche, Kickapoo, Caddo, Cherokee, Alabama Coushata, Pawnee and more. Printed on sturdy, thick, art-gallery quality stock. Overall size is 32" tall x 26" wide. A beautiful addition to any office, den or foyer: a Texas gift to last a lifetime! IN 1845 THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS bisected the westward expansion of the fledgling United States covering a vast range of territory from Mexico to Wyoming. This beautiful map, commissioned in 1986 to commemorate the Texas Sesquicentennial and drawn by artist and master cartographer John Davis, depicts Texas nationhood like no other. Featuring the original 36 counties of the Republic, 78 Spanish land grants along the Rio Grande (present day New Mexico) and the most accurate study published of the Santa Fe Trail (across the Great Plains from St. Louis to Santa Fe), this is a wonderful historical resource and a genuine work of art. Copyright 1987. Printed on sturdy, art-gallery quality parchment stock, it is especially suitable for framing. Size 26W x 32H. These 2 maps ship gently rolled in a box. THESE MAPS HAVE MANY DETAILS THAT YOU WILL HAVE TO EXPLORE FOR YOURSELF! THESE MAPS MAY BE VERY HELPFUL TO YOUR GENEALOGY, CARTOGRAPHY or HISTORICAL RESEARCH ...or IT WOULD MAKE A GREAT TEXAS GIFT!! PRICE INCLUDES FREE SHIPPING via USPS Priority Mail!!