Texas today is a large geographic place. However, the size and shape of "Texas" has been different and disputed over its history as a Mexican province, independent republic, and later part of the United States.
How would things be different if Texas had been drawn or divided differently?
First of several episodes in the coming months on this and related topics to a different geography for Texas.
1845 Texas Territorial Map
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