Map showing the Lake Youta river system, full version at Map of California showing Lake Youta and the Anahuac Mountains, full version at 1847 Disturnell Map, full view.
Maps showing the “Aztec Homeland”* From “In Search of Aztlan” :Q: There are several maps that indicate sites of the original Mexica people.
Why do you suppose no one noticed the reference to Aztlán on these maps before?A: I think these maps, these documents, had not surfaced before because I think momentum that grows over time.
The following is adapted from “Maps and some history stating the Aztecs left N. America’s Utah area and migrated South to Mexico area” : Having heard of many legends,myths,stories of migrations these maps may help give evidences of them.
1728 Barreiro Map: This is the oldest post-Columbian map which depicts the four migration points of ancient Mexican Indians found in later maps.
I’ve compared the antique maps with a Google map of the same region, and the “Chicana” on the maps falls somewhere just north of modern day Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, Mexico.
“1847 MAP ENDS IMMIGRATION DEBATE” : Our recent column in which we revealed the existence of the 1847 Disturnell Map, the official map of the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo, has triggered an avalanche of letters from hundreds of readers in every corner of the country.
Source: Americas Historias