(Oklahoma – Texas) Tunison's Northern Texas and Indian Territory
This bold hand colored map for Texas and the Indian Territory includes the odd feature of Texas's claims to a southwestern chunk of the Indian Territory called Greer county. This dispute was finally resolved in 1896 by the Supreme court which decided to give it to what is present day Oklahoma, but this dispute has roots that go back much earlier. It stems from the colonial disputes of the French and Spanish as to their territorial possessions in the area, and Texas picked up on it later, claiming the north fork of the Red River as their boundary.
Condition of the map is good with some centerfold soiling. Image size is 13 x 20, full hand color