This beautiful map, commissioned in 1986 to commemorate the Texas Sesquicentennial by artist and master cartographer John Davis, depicts the historic events that transpired during the turbulent years of the Texas revolution. Hand drawn, with exquisite color and detail, it features battle sites, roads and trails and hundreds of early settlements.
Celebrating the storied days of 1835-1836, Davis meticulously locates each of the 48 battles of the Texas Revolution and territory controlled by Native American tribes such as the Comanche, Cherokee, Caddo, Kickapoo, Pawnee and Alabama Coushatta.
The map also contains an inset view of the full Republic of Texas at that time and a table in the lower-right which lists facts about important battles.
Printed on a 26" W x 32" H sheet of sturdy, art-gallery quality parchment stock it is especially suitable for framing.
In order to make sure it arrives safely we carefully roll the map and insert it in to a protective poly tubing sleeve and then it is inserted in a heavy cardboard tube for safe handling all the way to its destination.