Title

The geology and mineral resources of Bexar County

Creator

E.H. Sellards

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Publication Date

June 1919

Abstract

Bexar County is located in south-central Texas, about 125 miles from the Gulf Coast, and approximately an equal distance from the Mexican border. The adjoining counties are Kendall and Comal on the north, Guadalupe and "Wilson on the east, Atascosa on the south, and Medina and Bandera on the west. San Antonio, the county-seat, is one of the large cities of the southwest part of the United States. The area of Bexar County is estimated at 1,268 square miles. The population, according to the latest census, that of 1913-1914, was 119,676.

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Vol. 1932 (1919-06-03).

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Geology, Mineral Resources, Bexar County

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Geology; Mineral Resources; Bexar County

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