• Map of second civil district of Knox County

    Locke, C. A

    Hand-drawn map of Knox County's 2nd civil district showing residences, schools, churches, ferries and quarries. The Holston and French Broad rivers are drawn and colored blue. The pink and penciled no…

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  • "An Ideal Map of Bradley County," Tennessee showing civil districts (1836)

    Hand-drawn and colored map showing the new civil districts of Bradley County. The maps details the Hiwassee River and its tributaries, naming certain creeks and springs. It denotes certain structures…

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  • Road from Nashville to the Georgia Road

    Drake, John

    A map accompanying a letter from John Drake to Gov. John Sevier detailing the Road from the courthouse in Nashville to the Georgia Road. The surveyed road runs first from Nashville to Fort Nash, a sho…

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  • Jackson County, Alabama

    Rhea, Matthew, 1795-1870

    Hand-drawn map of Jackson County, Alabama, with hand-colored county borders. The towns of Bellefonte, Bolivar, Sauty [Sauta] Cave, and Woodville are shown. Geographic features include the Tennessee Ri…

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  • Limestone County, Alabama

    Rhea, Matthew, 1795-1870

    Hand-drawn map of Limestone County, Alabama, with hand-colored county borders. The map includes the towns of Athens, Rodgersville [Rogersville], Mooresville, Cottonport, Courtland, Centreville, Decatu…

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  • Eastern boundary of Henry County, Tennessee

    Love, Samuel C

    Hand-drawn survey and map showing the eastern boundary of Henry County, drawn on the back of a piece of decorative paper, perhaps wallpaper. The survey notes appear beneath the map written by surveyor…

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  • Map of the Caney Fork River

    Davis, James

    Hand-drawn map of the Caney Fork River. Details include Carthage, Lancaster, the various tributaries that flow into the river, roads, ferries, the Indian Boundary ceded by the Cherokee in 1805, and th…

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  • A map of Kincardineshire, Scotland (1776, repr. 1797)

    Garden, William, active 1771-1806

    Highly detailed map of the county of Kincardineshire, Scotland. The legend indicates various broken lines for the boundaries of parishes, estates, and parishes and estates. Cities, lochs, rivers, road…

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  • Jefferson and Cocke counties, Tennessee

    Rhea, Matthew, 1785-1870

    Hand-drawn map of Jefferson County (Tenn.) and Cocke County (Tenn.) showing Sevierville, Dandridge, Newport, part of the French Broad River, the Holston River and Mount Sterling. Also drawn are creeks…

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  • McMinn and Monroe counties, Tennessee (1832)

    Rhea, Matthew, 1785-1870

    Hand-drawn map of parts of McMinn, Monroe, Rhea, and Roane counties, the so-called Hiawassee District created by the 1819 treaty with the Cherokee. Township and section lines are shown. Shows the town…

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  • Washington County, Tennessee (1828)

    Morris, Eastin, 1795-1863

    This hand-drawn map of Washington County from 1828 shows cities, roads, ferries, residences, churches, mills, and county lines. Geographic features include rivers, creeks, mountains, and coves. Elijah…

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  • Map of Clay County, Tennessee (1938)

    Tennessee. Division of Geology

    Prepared by the Tennessee Division of Geology, this extremely detailed map of Clay County (Tenn.) shows schools, churches, cemeteries, roads, bridges, sawmills, stores, fords and ferries. All communit…

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  • Map of East Tennessee, North of Loudon (1864)

    Poe, O. M. (Orlando Metcalfe), 1832-1895

    This very fine Civil War map of East Tennessee was prepared by Union Army engineer and cartographer Orlando M. Poe. State geologist James M. Stafford drew on topographical details. This map shows fort…

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  • Map of the war in South Alabama, in 1813 and 1814

    Map of a portion of Alabama from Albert James Pickett's History of Alabama, 3rd edition, 1851. The map depicts the Mobile River, Tombigby River, and Alabama River as well as various creeks. Roads, for…

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  • Smith County, Tennessee

    Dale, Adam, 1768-1851

    Hand-drawn map of Smith County with blue hand colored borders. The Cumberland River is also hand colored blue while the Caney Fork River is in faded red; their various tributaries are denoted. The tow…

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  • Thos. Anderson's plot and certificate of survey of the line between Wilson and Cannon counties

    Anderson, Thomas

    Plat and survey of county border between Wilson and Cannon counties. Indicated are the Cumberland River, various roads, Coles ferry, Batotes ferry, paper mill, Lebanon, Statesville, and Milton. Survey…

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  • Blount County, Tennessee (1834)

    Hand-drawn map of Blount County (Tenn.) that shows the French Broad River, Chilhowee Mountain, Tuckaleechee Cove, Cades Cove, Cherokee villages of Tallassee and Tellico and Callaway's Turnpike connect…

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  • Map of Nashville, Tenn.

    Map of Nashville (Tenn.) and vicinity showing the routes of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway from the 1890s. The central part of the city is outlined in red and there is a numbered refer…

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  • A map of Perry County

    Rhea, Matthew, 1785-1870

    Hand-drawn and colored map of Perry County (Tenn.) showing Shannonvile, Shakerag, Perryville, Beardstown, Carrolville, the Tennessee River, the Duck River, creeks, ferries, and a "sulpher" spring. Two…

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