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Stalkey and Co29 Apr 2022 5:57 a.m. PST

Anyone have a good period map of Mexico during the revolution?

My preference is the sort of map that leaders would have had in their hands, with the goal of using it for wargaming "kriegspiel" style.

Ideally, I'd need key geography, roads and railroads and ports on it, as well as the obvious towns and cities.

Not finding anything that suits so far.

Thanks!

HMS Exeter29 Apr 2022 11:27 a.m. PST

It might not be your first choice, but consider trying to get an Atlas for that date span. Atlases were produced in considerable numbers for school use, so they can still be found from time to time. Ebay, Abebooks, Bookfinder, Alibri would be good places to start.

Richard Brooks Sponsoring Member of TMP29 Apr 2022 12:35 p.m. PST

Check this out from the Perry-Castaneda map library at the U of Texas. It's 1919 but has some good maps within the handbook.

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Stalkey and Co30 Apr 2022 6:10 a.m. PST

Hey Richard, the link didn't work. Fiddling with their search engine, but not a lot of luck so far.

Lamorak01 May 2022 3:15 p.m. PST

Try looking at oldmapsonline.org

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