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Connecting Texas: 300 Years of Trails, Rails & Roads - An Exhibit Guide

Maps of the Texas General Land Office and the Frank & Carol Holcomb Map Collection

"Connecting Texas: 300 Years of Trails, Rails, & Roads" examines how explorers, Indigenous peoples, armies, immigrants, and early settlers moved in, around, and across Texas over the last three hundred years. This exhibit guide features over forty full-color historic maps curated from the archival collection of the Texas General Land Office and other private collections.

  • Map/Doc


  • Collection

    Save Texas History Collectibles

  • Object Dates

    2/2018 (Creation Date)

  • People and Organizations

    Texas General Land Office (Publisher)

    Mark Lambert (Curator)

    James Harkins (Curator)

    Brian Stauffer (Curator)

    Patrick Walsh (Curator)

    Brandice Nelson (Curator)

    Andrea Morgan (Graphic Designer)

    Lance McIlhany (Graphic Designer)

  • Subjects

    Bound Volume

  • Height x Width

    9.5 x 6.5 inches

    24.1 x 16.5 cm

  • Medium

    paper, bound volume

  • Comments

    Exhibit guide for a 2018 exhibit at the Witte Museum in San Antonio. Additional lenders include Bill Price of Houston and Ted & Sharon Lusher of Austin.