Carta Geologica de la Republica Mexicana.
1956 (dated) 45 x 31.5 in (114.3 x 80.01 cm)
1 : 2000000
This is a 1956 Santiago Hernandez Sanchez Mejorada geological map of western Mexico including most of Sonora. The map depicts Mexico from the Pacific Ocean to Zacatecas and Coahuila and from the U.S.-Mexico border to Jalisco and Michoacán. Twenty-five different geological formations are identified in the key in the lower left corner, ranging from Pre-Cambrian to Pleistocene. The colors are vibrant and are easily identified, particularly the shade of red on Baja California and the blues which are scattered throughout the map. This eye-catching piece apperas to be the western part of a larger 2 sheet set.
This map was compiled by Santiago Hernandez Sanchez Mejorada in 1956.
Very good. Wear along original fold lines. Verso repairs at fold intersections. Blank on verso.