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Plan of the City of Austin, 1839

Courtesy of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission
Created 09-July-2004

Publisher: Lithographed by Greene, New Orleans.
Engraved by Fishbourne.
Surveyed by L.J. Pilie and Charles Schoolfield.
Cartographer: Pilie, L.J., 1839

Description: Plat is bounded by East Avenue, North Avenue (Fifteenth Street), West Avenue, and the Colorado River. Shows creeks, streets, lots and blocks by number--giving measurements, the location of government buildings and Capitol Square, an armory, churches, the University Academy, jails, and public squares. Note: "All the alleys are Twenty feet wide."
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