Seth Eastman, Corpus Christi, Texas, circa 1849. Collection of James and Kimel Baker. Author James Graham Baker discusses this image and other early depictions of Corpus Christi in "Seth Eastman's Drawing of Corpus Christi: A Military Man's Representation of the South Texas Frontier Settlement, Circa 1849."
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