Nashville. Plate 5 from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)
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Plate 5 of the 1889 Atlas of Nashville detailing the area south east of downtown along the Cumberland River. Included are the city water works, the city reservoir, Tennessee School for the Blind, the Colored Blind Asylum, Woodward's Pond, and an African American Baptist Church, and African Methodist Episcopal church. Businesses include sawmills, a planing mill, furniture manufactory, and a brick yard. Along the Cumberland lies the Oxmoor Tract, one of J. O. Overton's properties. Some landowners are named.
Griffith Morgan Hopkins was born around 1836, however the exact date is unknown. He first began printing maps in 1857 and continued until his retirement in 1900. He founded G. M. Hopkins & Co. with his brother Henry W. Hopkins, and together they produced many city and county atlases, primarily of the northeast, from their shop in Philadelphia. Their 1908 Atlas of Nashville is a fine, block-by-block depiction of the town in a period of growth to a modern urban center. G. M. Hopkins & Co. continued on after the founders' retirements until the Great Depression ended the demand for their atlases. The company was sold to the Franklin Survey Company in 1943, with the name intact, due to its association with quality.
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Nashville and Davidson County (Tenn.)--Maps
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