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Texas (1877)
Colonists' and emigrants' route to Texas.
G4031.E27 1877 .M5

Relief shown pictorially and by shading. Towns represented pictorially. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1877, by John Z. Miller ..." Includes ill. and map of southeastern United States showing railroad lines to Texas.

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