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Newly Independent Republic of Texas

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This print from 1936 is one of the first maps to show the newly independent Republic of Texas, which had gained independence from Mexico that year. It was engraved by J. Yeager and featured in the magazine Atkinson's Casket.

  • One of the very first maps depicting the newly independent Republic of Texas in 1936
  • Engraved by J. Yeager and featured in the magazine Atkinson's Casket
  • Framed and ready to hang
  • Gold: 36.25"w x 24.25"h ; Weathered: 38"w x 26"h ; Walnut: 38"w x 26"h ; White: 38"w x 26"h ; Silver: 38"w x 26"h

This map was one of the first to show the newly independent Republic of Texas, which had gained independence from Mexico that year, 1936. Engraved by J. Yeager, it shows parts of the United States and Mexico, as well as the new Republic as a separate entity delineated along its southern border with Mexico by the Nueces River, with Austin’s Colony prominently highlighted. The Republic of Texas encompassed all of modern-day Texas, as well as parts of Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. However, its southern and western boundary with Mexico was a matter of dispute during the entire ten years of the Republic’s existence and served as a trigger during the Mexican-American War after the United States’ annexation of Texas in late 1845.

Gold: 36.25"w x 24.25"h ; Weathered: 38"w x 26"h ; Walnut: 38"w x 26"h ; White: 38"w x 26"h ; Silver: 38"w x 26"h

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