U.S. Mexican Boundary Commission map of Arizona and New Mexico's border with Mexico.
Hand-colored lithographed folding map of the southern part of modern-day Arizona and New Mexico, by one of the great cartographers of the Southwest, John G. Parke.
The map was completed under the direction of Jefferson Davis, then Secretary of War. In that role, Jefferson Davis oversaw many of the most important antebellum Western surveys.
Considerable information is taken from the Emory map, as noted in the description.