The Republic of Texas 1849 German Perspective Old Map - Framed in Walnut
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1849 The Republic of Texas by Germany. Professional Reproduction of The Republic of Texas from a German perspective. Thousands of Germans immigrated to Texas in the early to middle 1800’s. Germans wanted to escape their repressive government and saw Texas as a land of opportunity. Many Germans settled in central Texas, especially around Fredericksburg. The map shows this area in green around Fredericksburg called “Deutsche Colonie des Mainzen Vereins. Gulf of Mexico is “Meerbusen von Mexico”, Pacific Ocean is “Grosser oder Stiller Ocean”, and Caribbean is “Caribisches od Antillen Meer. This map shows minor natural age spots and has an antique look. There is an altitude chart on the bottom of the map. The map has Mexico, Californien, Die Republiken von Central America, and surrounding states and territories. There is a yellow color area around Castroville for the French titles “Franz Colonie”. Many fine details and routes, you can study this map with a magnifying glass for hours! Pikes Peak, Spanish Peak and Long Peak are marked. Very vivid colors. Originally Published by WEIMAR, Verlag des Geographischen Instituts. Makes a great Texas gift. Image size 18”x24”, printed on high quality gloss paper. Mounted in walnut color frame with glass and hanger, outer dimensions 28" x 22".