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Packet I - Maps of the New World, North America, Western Hemisphere, showing New Mexico, and maps of New Mexico, 1631-1766

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Scope and Contents Packet I, Map 1, 1583, 1598 - Routes of Espejo and Farfan to the Mines, and alternate routes, no date, black/white photocopy, in English. This map was prepared by Katharine Bartlett for her article of the same name in the New Mexico Historical Review, January 1942. It shows the 1583 route of the colonial Spanish explorer Antonio de Espejo and the 1598 trip of Captain Marcos Farfan, who accompanied Juan de Onate, into the region of central and northern Arizona looking for mines, as described to...
Dates: 1631-1766

Packet II, Maps of Colonial New Mexico, 1771-1784

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Scope and Contents Packet II, Map 11, 1771 - Mapa de toda la Frontera de los dominios del rey en la America Septentrional, photocopy, poor copy. This map appears to have been created in 1771 by Nicolas de la Fora and Jose de Urrutia. It extends east from California, Arizona, New Mexico, Nueva Galicia, Nueva Vizcaya, Sonora, to Sinaloa and Coahuila, and north from Nueva Galicia to Taos. It includes Spanish settlements and Native American groups. Packet II, Map 12, ca. 1770 - Plano del Rio del Norte...
Dates: 1771-1784

Packet III, Maps of the Territory of New Mexico and the State of New Mexico, and miscelleneous maps, 1851-ca. 1955

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Scope and Contents Packet III, Map 24, 1851 - Map of the Territory of New Mexico, by Richard A. Kern, photocopy, black and white, negative. This map extends from the area south of El Paso and Chihuahua north to Pike’s Peak, and eastward into Indian Territory, Colorado and Oklahoma. It includes the New Mexico settlements and forts along the Rio Grande and west as east of the main valley. On the southwest corner it runs from Sonora, the Santa Cruz Mountain and Arizona up to Salt Lake, and on the west side from the...
Dates: 1851-ca. 1955