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Mexican boundary B. Extract from the treaty map of Disturnell of 1847
- Graham, J. D. (James Duncan), 1799-1865
- Philadelphia, P.S. Duval, 1851.
- Relief shown by hachures. "Referred to in Col: Graham's Report to the Hon: the Secretary of the Interior of Augst. 16th 1851." Prime meridian: Washington. "To face page 179, Senate Ex: Doc: 121, 32d. Congress, 1st Session.
- Mexico and United States
- United States—Boundaries—Mexico—Maps, Mexico—Boundaries—United States—Maps, Maps—West (U.S.)—1851, and Maps—Mexico—1851
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