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Mexico, & Guatimala
- Lizars, Daniel, 1760-1812
- Edinburgh : D. Lizars, 
- Relief shown by hachures. Shows Guatemala, the intendancies (or provinces) of Mexico including Texas, New Mexico, and New California; cities, areas of Indian habitation, and mining activity. Includes notes: "The boundary between Mexico on the north, and United States, is a line drawn from Cape Mendocino (Lat. 40°28' 40") eastward to the Rocky Mountains. The Mines are distinguished by a Cross, thus + " Appears in the author's Edinburgh geographical and historical atlas. In upper left margin: LXVI.
- Mexico and Central America
- Mines and mineral resources—Mexico—Maps, Cities and towns—Mexico—Maps, Central America—Maps, Mexico—Maps, New Mexico—Maps, Texas—Maps, Maps—Central America—1831, Maps—Mexico—1831, Maps—New Mexico—1831, and Maps—Texas—1831
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