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Historic Texas County Maps

These vintage Texas maps are provided to help locate the numerous small settlements within a county and to determine the historic boundaries of a county. These maps also show the location of railroad lines and major waterways which were important routes of travel in early days.

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Reprints of historic Texas State and County maps are available from Hearthstone Legacy: Historic Texas State and County Map Reprints

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Anderson County, Texas (1911)
Andrews County, Texas (1911)
Angelina County, Texas (1911)
Archer County, Texas (1911)
Armstrong County, Texas (1911)
Atascosa County, Texas (1911)
Austin County, Texas (1911)
Bailey County, Texas (1911)
Bandera County, Texas (1911)
Bastrop County, Texas (1911)
Baylor County, Texas (1911)
Bee County, Texas (1911)
Bell County, Texas (1911)
Bexar County, Texas (1897)
Bexar County, Texas (1911)
Blanco County, Texas (1911)
Borden County, Texas (1911)
Bosque County, Texas (1911)
Bowie County, Texas (1897)
Bowie County, Texas
(1911)
Brazoria County, Texas (1911)
Brazos County, Texas
(1911)
Brewster County, Texas
(1911)
Briscoe County, Texas
(1911)
Brooks County, Texas was created in 1911 from a portion of Starr County
Brown County, Texas
(1911)
Burleson County, Texas (1911)
Burnet County, Texas
(1911)
Caldwell County, Texas
(1911)
Calhoun County, Texas
(1911)
Callahan County, Texas (1911)
Cameron County, Texas
(1911)
Camp County, Texas
(1911)
Carson County, Texas
(1911)
Cass County, Texas
(1911)
Castro County, Texas
(1911)
Chambers County, Texas
(1911)
Cherokee County, Texas
(1911)
Childress County, Texas
(1911)
Clay County, Texas
(1911)
Cochran County, Texas
(1911)
Coke County, Texas
(1911)
Coleman County, Texas
(1911)
Collin County, Texas
(1897)
Collin County, Texas
(1911)
Collingsworth County, Texas
(1911)
Colorado County, Texas
(1911)
Comal County, Texas (1911)
Cooke County, Texas
Cottle County, Texas
(1911)
Crane County, Texas
(1911)
Crockett County, Texas
(1911)
Crosby County, Texas
(1911)
Culberson County, Texas: Created in 1911 from a portion of El Paso County
Dallas County, Texas
(1897)
Dallas County, Texas
(1911)
Delta County, Texas
(1911)
Denton County, Texas
El Paso County, Texas
(1897)
El Paso County, Texas
(1911)
Fannin County, Texas
(1897)
Fannin County, Texas
(1911)
Fort Bend, Texas
Franklin County, Texas
(1911)
Freestone County, Texas
(1911)
Grayson County, Texas
(1897)
Grayson County, Texas
(1911)
Gregg County, Texas
(1911)
Hamilton County, Texas (1911)
Harris County, Texas
Harrison County, Texas (1911)
Henderson County, Texas (1911)
Hidalgo County, Texas
Hopkins County, Texas
(1911)
Houston County, Texas
(1911)
Hunt County, Texas
(1911)
Jasper County, Texas
(1911)
Jeff Davis County, Texas
(1911)
Kaufman County, Texas
(1911)
Lamar County, Texas
(1897)
Lamar County, Texas
(1911)
Leon County, Texas
(1911)
Limestone County, Texas
(1911)
Madison County, Texas
(1911)
Marion County, Texas
(1911)
McLennan County, Texas (1911)
Morris County, Texas (1911)
Nacogdoches County, Texas (1911)
Navarro County, Texas (1911)
Newton County, Texas (1911)
Panola County, Texas (1911)
Pecos County, Texas
(1911)
Polk County, Texas
(1911)
Rains County, Texas
(1911)
Red River County, Texas
(1897)
Red River County, Texas (1911)
Robertson County, Texas (1911)
Rockwall County, Texas (1911)
Rusk County, Texas (1911)
Sabine County, Texas (1911)
San Augustine County, Texas (1911)
Shelby County, Texas (1911)
Smith County, Texas (1911)
Tarrant County, Texas (1897)
Tarrant County, Texas
(1911)
Terrell County, Texas
(1911)
Titus County, Texas
(1911)
Travis County, Texas

Trinity County, Texas (1911)
Tyler County, Texas (1911)
Upshur County, Texas (1911)
Val Verde County, Texas (1911)
Van Zandt County, Texas (1911)
Walker County, Texas (1911)
Wood County, Texas (1911)

County maps from other states can be viewed here: State County Maps

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