• Nashville. Plate 8 from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)

    G.M. Hopkins & Co

    Plate 8 of the 1889 Atlas of Nashville detailing the area bounded by Hillsboro Pike, Division Street, and Granny White Pike. The neighborhood is most residential and boasts some of Nashville's larger…

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  • Nashville. Plate 1 from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)

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    Plate one from the 1889 Hopkins Atlas of Nashville showing downtown Nashville. The county court house, city hall, the State Capitol, and numerous churches are all named. Some businesses are indicated…

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  • Haywood County, Tennessee, 1877

    This color map from the D. G. Beers Co. of Philadelphia shows roads, railroads, streams, schools, stores, residences with owner's names, post offices, and different-colored civil districts. Three inse…

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  • Nashville. Plate 9 from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)

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    Plate 9 of the 1889 Atlas of Nashville detailing the area near Vanderbilt University. The school's campus is shown including Wesley Hall, Science Hall, the chancellor's residence, the president's hous…

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  • Nashville. Plate 15 from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)

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    Plate 15 of the Hopkins Atlas of Nashville showing the area in East Nashville along the Cumberland River just north of Spring Street. W. G. Bush's Brickyard is indicated along the river. An L & N rail…

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  • Nashville. Plate 18 from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)

    G.M. Hopkins & Co

    This plate depicts an area of Nashville just north of the Cumberland River and east of Russell St. in present-day East Nashville. Primarily residential, some churches are indicated as are Street Railr…

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  • Rutherford County, Tennessee, 1916

    Produced by the State Geological Survey and the University of Tennessee, this extremely detailed map shows roads, streams, residences, churches, schools, cemeteries, civil districts, railroads, stores…

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  • Trousdale County, Tennessee (1930)

    Lollar, Earl H

    This extremely detailed map of Trousdale County shows towns, roads, railroads, houses, civil district lines, and county lines and names churches, schools, and cemeteries. Geographic features such as r…

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  • Nashville. Plate 10 from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)

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    Plate 10 of the 1889 Atlas of Nashville detailing the Nashville, Chattanooga, and St. Louis Railway freight terminal and engine house and the neighborhood directly southwest. A number of African Ameri…

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  • Nashville. Plate 14 from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)

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    This plate depicts an area of North Nashville. Various additions to the city are colored and named. Many residential lots populate this plate however few seem to have structures. Tennessee Manufacturi…

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  • 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…

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  • Humphreys County, Tennessee, 1928

    Kerr, J.A. (John Alexander), 1886

    This extremely detailed map shows every house structure and significant economic and demographic feature in Humphreys County. This map is particularly useful by showing this river county before the Te…

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  • Hardeman County, Tennessee, 1923

    A Tennessee Board of Natural Resources map of Hardeman County based on surveys by C. R. Watkins, Jr. in 1916 and C. C. Anderson and R. Perrin in 1921. Shows towns, roads, railroads, streams, drainage…

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