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Using an 1891 map, 9 of the 12 early freedmen communities are shown in the shaded areas. The boundaries for these communities are based on documentary evidence found in the Austin History Center archives.After the end of the Civil War, many formerly enslaved people migrated to Austin and settled in local communities, usually on the east side of town. These communities, known as freedmen communities, became established African-American neighborhoods and grew in population during the late 1800s. The 20th century saw them begin to decline, due to gentrification, city redevelopment, and other external forces. Some of these neighborhoods still exist today and have historical designation.

Map L-1

"Scale 800 ft. to 1 in." ; R.J. Hill, assignee of P.C. Taylor." ; Photocopy. Assignee['s sale] : real estate at auction! Tuesday, March 23, 1897 at the Court House door, beginning at 10 o'clock a.m. All the P.C. Taylor assignment estate lands in Austin and Travis County, without reserve. 250 blocks to the highest bidder.

"Ward numbers-6." ; O.W. Gray & Son, Philadelphia [lith.] ; "Published for Morrison & Fourmy's Austin City Directory, 1885-86."

A Topographical Map of the Government Tract Adjoining the City of Austin, Plotted and Drawn by William H. Sandusky, According to an Act of Congress passed on the 5th January 1840. Copied by Robert Reich, December 1863; copied by Waller K Boggs, December 1931; Traced by Henry S. Parkinson and Melvin K. Roberts, March 26, 1947

Map L-0002 created by W. H. Sandusky (draughtsman) in 1839. "Scale of 666 varas to the in." ; "Note: the whole site selected for Seat of Government contains 7734 acres. The town site contains 640 acres, which are laid off into building lots."

Bird's Eye View of the City of Austin, Travis County, Texas by Augustus Koch.

Austin and Surrounding Properties, 1891

Partial View of Austin, Texas, the Most Beautiful and Wealthiest City of its Size in the United States and Map of Hyde Park and Hyde Park Addition, Austin, Texas from 1891

Plan of the city of Austin, 1853. "Scale of 500 ft. to the in." ; 1 map and 4 leaves of tables showing ownership of lots. ; Photo reproduction.

A Topographical Map of the City of Austin. "From the records in the District and County Court of Travis County, checked by the survey notes of the city taken with the transit. In compiling this map, Mr. Pope was assisted in the scrutiny of the official records by Mr. D. Gracy, of the firm of Bergen, Daniel & Gracy, than whom (by his position as both Land Agent and late Assistant County Clerk) there is not a more competent authority on the subdivision and partition of Austin city property."

Topographic map of the city of Austin, including city outlots, also known as the government tract : compiled from the original maps in the General Land Office. Rev., corr. & enlarged during a course of Practical City Surveying for a term of 5 years.

"Scale of 500 ft. to the in." ; Lith. & printed by George W. Averell, N.Y.

1922 Map of Enfield C, a subdivision by R. Nile graham, et al, of part of Geo. W. Spear League, Travis County, Texas. Part of the Pease Papers, AR.A.001.

Map of Proposed Clearance Area of Kealing Urban Renewal Project

Map of Travis Heights by Citizens Loan and Investment Company

Based on original map drawn in 1919. Includes Legend showing city limits, bridges, boundary lines of city divisions, railroads, original survey lines, electric street railroad, fire stations, sand, fire hydrants, and buildings. Mounted on linen.

Fruth Addition to the City of Austin, Subdivision of Outlots Nos. 14 & 73

Map of maneuver ground near Austin, Texas, made by direction of Brigadier General William S. McCaskey, July 6- 12, 1906

Plat of old section of City Cemetery

Station map - lands, tracks & structures - Austin - International & Great Northern Ry., operated by the International - Great Northern RR Co., station 9490+30 to station 9516+31. Prepared for Mr. Joseph G. Morgan, City Manager, Austin Tex. Retraced in office of Chief Engineer, Palestine, Texas, October 15, 1926. Photocopy of original.

Map of the City of Austin Texas by Miller Blue Print Co & Southwestern Aerial Surveys, Inc. (Reverse has guide to places of interest and inset map of University of Texas campus)

Map & Street Guide of Austin, Texas and Urban Areas

Austin's Bicentennial Project: A Bold Plan to Preserve, Restore and Enhance the Creeks and Waterways of Austin. Includes brief descriptions of various creeks and waterways. Map likely accompanies book, "Austin Creeks," by Sinclair Black (Call # 711.558 Au)

Map of the Butler Estate. Shows the south shore of the Colorado River (now Lady Bird Lake) from Barton Creek to Congress Avenue. Scale: 1"=100'

City of Austin, Texas use district maps

Map bounded by: University of Texas, East Avenue, State Capitol, Shoal Creek

Austin, Texas street guide. Index and ill. on verso ; Scale [ca. 1:27,000]

Map continues on verso. Verso also includes: Street Index; inset maps: "Austin Downtown Business District" and "Travis County and Surrounding Area"

Map of Travis County. Copy. Traced July 1914 by H. M. Bramlette. Scale: 1"=2000 varas.

Road map of Travis County. Scale: 1" = 2 miles. Map includes handwritten notes, in red pencil, on the progress of a highway project between Austin and Manor.

Travis County Map. Shows county roads and highways. Map is ca. 1930s

Map shows boundaries of the school districts in Travis County. A chart showing miles of highways, railroads (identified by railroad), and toll lines is also included.

Map of Travis County cemeteries. Accompanies the book, Travis County 19th Century Pioneers, Travis County Cemeteries (A 929.3764 Tr). Base map is the 1981 Travis County General Highway Map

Cemeteries in Travis County. Cemetery index included on verso. Larger copy of map is filed as O-0052(OS).

Rural Delivery Routes, Travis County, Texas

Map shows designated state highways, county highway system, and lateral county roads. Pencil notations, some in red, throughout; map possibly owned and used by Texas Long Distance Company.

Manor map. Appears to be original plat of the town of Manor, Texas, printed on architect's linen. Some damage along edges of map.

Plat of 598.21 Acre Tract known as the "Old Houston Place" situated in the J. A. Navarro Grant, Travis County, Texas

Original map drawn in 1898. Retraced by H. M. Bramlette in March 1915. Blueline copy. School index on verso.

1954 USGS map of Austin, Texas. Topography from aerial photographs by multiplex methods. Aerial photographs taken 1952. Field check 1954. Red tint indicates areas in which only landmark buildings are shown. Unchecked elevations are shown in brown.

Map shows land adjacent to Colorado River from Barton Creek to Brazos Street. Includes locations of pontoon bridges, fords, and ferries.

Road Guide of Central Texas' Colorado River, Highland Lakes, and Hill Country

Literary Map of Texas shows sights of important Texas books and publishers.

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