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1911 - 1915
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  Main Author:   Rand McNally and Company
  Title/Description:   Texas, Eastern Section
  Publication Info:   Chicago: Rand McNally and Company, 1911; from The Indexed Atlas of the World
  Date:   1911
  Scale:   1:1,267,000
  Original Source:   Courtesy of Murray Hudson, Halls, Tennessee
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  Main Author:   Rand McNally and Company
  Title/Description:   Texas, Western Section
  Publication Info:   Chicago: Rand McNally and Company, 1911; from The Indexed Atlas of the World
  Date:   1911
  Scale:   1:1,267,000
  Original Source:   Courtesy of Murray Hudson, Halls, Tennessee
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  Main Author:   U.S. Geological Survey
  Title/Description:   Economic and Geologic Map of Llano Quadrangle, Texas
  Publication Info:   Washington: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 1911; from Bulletin 450 Plate III
  Date:   1911
  Scale:   1:125,000
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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  Main Author:   U.S. Geological Survey
  Title/Description:   Geologic Map of Northeast Texas
  Publication Info:   Washington: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 1911; from Water Supply Paper No. 276 Plate 1
  Date:   1911
  Scale:   1:1,000,000
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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  Main Author:   The Western Land Corporation
  Title/Description:   Map of the Houston-Galveston District showing the location of San Leon and San Leon farm home tracts, Galveston Co., Texas
  Publication Info:   Houston: The Western Land Corporation, 1911
  Date:   1911
  Scale:   1:79,200
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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  Main Author:   University of Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology and Technology
  Title/Description:   Map of Location of Iron Ore Deposits, Blast Furnaces, Lignite Mines in Operation and Producing Oil Fields in East Texas
  Publication Info:   Austin: University of Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology and Technology; blue print copy of original dated 1912
  Date:   1912
  Scale:   1:633,600
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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  Main Author:   Rand McNally and Company
  Title/Description:   New Commercial Atlas Map of Texas
  Publication Info:   Chicago: Rand McNally and Company, c.1912
  Date:   1912
  Scale:   1:1,267,200
  Original Source:   Courtesy of Murray Hudson, Halls, Tennessee
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  Main Author:   Rand McNally and Company
  Title/Description:   Texas
  Publication Info:   Chicago: Rand McNally and Company; from The Rand McNally Imperial Atlas of the World
  Date:   1912
  Scale:   1:4,308,480
  Original Source:   Courtesy of Murray Hudson, Halls, Tennessee
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  Main Author:   U.S. Geological Survey
  Title/Description:   Map of Part of Eastern Texas showing distribution of Limestone suitable for portland cement
  Publication Info:   Washington: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 1912; from Bulletin 522 Plate XVIII
  Date:   1912
  Scale:   1:2,500,000
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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  Main Author:   U.S. Geological Survey
  Title/Description:   Map of Oklahoma and Texas showing location of limekilns and quarries of limestone, sanstone, marble, and granite
  Publication Info:   Washington: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 1912; Mineral Resources of the United States, 1912, Part II Plate V
  Date:   1912
  Scale:   1:2,500,000
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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  Main Author:   The Century Company
  Title/Description:   Texas, Eastern Part
  Publication Info:   New York: The Century Company, 1913; from The Century Atlas of the World
  Date:   1913
  Scale:   1:2,534,400
  Original Source:   University of Alabama Map Library
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  Main Author:   The Century Company
  Title/Description:   Texas, Western Part
  Publication Info:   New York: The Century Company, 1913; from The Century Atlas of the World
  Date:   1913
  Scale:   1:2,534,400
  Original Source:   University of Alabama Map Library
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  Main Author:   Cram, George F.
  Title/Description:   Texas
  Publication Info:   Chicago: George F. Cram, 1913; from Cram's Unrivaled Atlas of the World
  Date:   1913
  Scale:   1:2,851,200
  Original Source:   Courtesy of Murray Hudson, Halls, Tennessee
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  Main Author:   Reynolds, Francis J.
  Title/Description:   Texas
  Publication Info:   New York: P.F.Collier and Son, 1914; from the Encyclopedic Atlas and Gazetteer of the World
  Date:   1914
  Scale:   1:4,435,200
  Original Source:   Courtesy of Murray Hudson, Halls, Tennessee
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  Main Author:   U.S. Geological Survey
  Title/Description:   Geologic Map and Sections of Texas East of the Ninety-Seventh Meridan showing approximatley the areal distribution of the rock groups and formations
  Publication Info:   Washington: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 1914; from Water Supply Paper No. 335 Plate 1
  Date:   1914
  Scale:   1:1,000,000
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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  Main Author:   U.S. Geological Survey
  Title/Description:   Preliminary Map of the Dewitt and Marine Miocene Artesian Reserviors in Texas, East of the Ninety-Seventh Meridan
  Publication Info:   Washington: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 1914; from Water Supply Paper No. 335 Plate 9
  Date:   1914
  Scale:   1:1,500,000
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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  Main Author:   U.S. Geological Survey
  Title/Description:   Preliminary Map of the Lower Eocene and Catahoula Artesian Reserviors in Texas, East of the Ninety-Seventh Meridan
  Publication Info:   Washington: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 1914; from Water Supply Paper No. 335 Plate 8
  Date:   1914
  Scale:   1:1,500,000
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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  Main Author:   U.S. Geological Survey
  Title/Description:   Preliminary Map of the Nacatoch, Yegua, and Lissie Artesian Reserviors in Texas, East of the Ninety-Seventh Meridan
  Publication Info:   Washington: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 1914; from Water Supply Paper No. 335 Plate 7
  Date:   1914
  Scale:   1:1,500,000
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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  Main Author:   U.S. Department of Agriculture
  Title/Description:   Map of Jefferson County, Texas showing topography and proposed division of the County into Drainage Districts
  Publication Info:   Washington: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bulletin No.193, 1915
  Date:   1914
  Scale:   1:63,360
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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  Main Author:   Baker, Charles Laurence
  Title/Description:   Map of the Shallow Water Area of Hale and Floyd Counties
  Publication Info:   Austin: University of Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology, 1915; Map 1, Bulletin No. 57
  Date:   1915
  Scale:   1:126,720
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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  Main Author:   U.S. Geological Survey
  Title/Description:   Map of the Petrolia Gas Field, Texas
  Publication Info:   Washington: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 1915; from Bulletin 629 Plate I
  Date:   1915
  Scale:   1:18,000
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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  Main Author:   U.S. Geological Survey
  Title/Description:   Map of the Mexia-Groesbeck Gas Field in Limestone County, Texas
  Publication Info:   Washington: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 1915; from Bulletin 629 Plate VI
  Date:   1915
  Scale:   1:36,000
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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  Main Author:   U.S. Geological Survey
  Title/Description:   Map Showing Structure of parts of the area between Wichita Valley Railway and Wichita River, in Clay County, Texas
  Publication Info:   Washington: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 1915; from Bulletin 629 Plate IV
  Date:   1915
  Scale:   1:48,000
  Original Source:   Geological Survey of Alabama
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