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Map of the Washita river in Louisiana from the Hot Springs to the confluence of the Red River with the Mississippi

This map was created in 1804, the same year that President Thomas Jefferson requested that Dr. Thomas Hunter and William Dunbar lead an exploration and documentation on the lower regions of the Louisiana Territory.

Map of the Washita river in Louisiana from the Hot Springs to the confluence of the Red River with the Mississippi

Courtesy of Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division

Map of the Washita river in Louisiana from the Hot Springs to the confluence of the Red River with the Mississippi. Phillips (Publisher)

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