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culture, and geography produced by the Texas State Historical Association and
the General Libraries at University of Texas at Austin.
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collections library and archive with extensive materials on Texas history.
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of historic maps, particularly focused on Texas and Mexico. Images can be searched
at different zoom lengths.
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