• Formation of Macon County, Tennessee

    Hand-drawn map shows proposed boundaries of Macon County relative to Jackson and Smith counties with streams, drainage systems and principal towns. Some boundary distances to other counties are indica…

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  • Rand McNally map of Kentucky & Tennessee (1895)

    This small county map of Kentucky and Tennessee comes from one of Rand McNally's many atlases. It shows state lines, county lines, railroads, and cities. Geographic features include rivers, lakes, and…

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  • Plan showing Bell County (Tenn.) as laid down according to the act of Dec. 20, 1870

    Williams, J. J

    This hand-drawn survey shows the proposed location of Bell County and Nashoba County, Tennessee. It depicts the three counties Bell would detract from, as well as Shelby County, from which the majorit…

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  • Map of North Carolina in 1783: showing counties, towns, and principal roads

    Myers, E. W. (Edward W.)

    This turn of the century map depicts North Carolina in 1783. It shows counties, cities, towns, roads, rivers, and some court houses. Inset shows Western part of North Carolina, which included the coun…

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  • Pikeville, Tennessee soil map (1903)

    Soil map of the Pikeville quadrangle (USGS topographical mapping), mostly of Bledsoe County (Tenn." including parts of Van Buren, Cumberland and Rhea Counties, surveyed by Henry J. Wilder and W. J. Ge…

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  • Boundary between North Carolina and Tennessee

    This hand-traced and colored map shows the boundary between North Carolina and Tennessee, surveyed by William Davenport and Robert Armstrong for NC and TN, respectively, in 1821. Its main purpose is t…

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  • Overton County, Tennessee soil map (1908)

    Soil map of Overton County (Tenn.) surveyed by Orla L. Ayrs and D.H. Hill. The base map was enlarged and redrawn from U. S. Geological Survey sheets. This detailed map shows house structures, towns an…

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  • A map of the Tennassee government formerly part of North Carolina

    Smith, Daniel, 1748-1818

    A map of the Tennessee (note the spelling of Tennassee) government, formerly part of North Carolina taken chiefly from surveys by Genel. D[aniel] Smith and others for the American Edition of Guthrie's…

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  • Putnam County, Tennessee soil map (1912)

    A 1912 color soil map of Putnam County (Tenn.) surveyed by C. S. Waldrop. In addition to soil types by color, this detailed map shows house structures, county boundary lines and sections of the Tennes…

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  • Robertson County, Tennessee soil map (1912)

    A 1912 map of Robertson County (Tenn.) surveyed by J H. Agee, Lewis A. Hurst and H. Jennings of the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. This detailed map shows house structures, county boundary lines, and top…

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  • Montgomery County, Tennessee soil map (1901)

    A 1901 map of Montgomery County (Tenn.) surveyed by J.E. Lapham and M.F. Miller with the base map being drawn from a county map. This detailed map shows soil types by color, house structures, streams…

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  • Tennessee

    Map of Tennessee originally published in “A new and elegant general atlas” depicting Tennessee in the 1790s. Map shows counties, Indian lines, settlements, rivers, the Mero District and the Washington…

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  • Henderson County, Tennessee soil map (1905)

    A 1905 color soil map of Henderson County (Tenn.) surveyed by M. Earl Carr and Frank Bennett. his map shows Tullahoma, towns, boundary lines and the Memphis division of the Nashville, Chattanooga and…

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  • Coffee County, Tennessee, 1908

    Soil map of Coffee County (Tenn.) surveyed by W.E. McLendon and C.R. Zappone Jr. The base map was enlarged and redrawn from an 1895 U. S. Geological Survey Sheet. This detailed map shows house structu…

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  • Jackson County, Tennessee soil map (1913)

    Soil map of Jackson County (Tenn.) surveyed by Hugh H. Bennett, Inspector of the Southern Division, R.F. Rogers of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and J.H. Derden of the Tennessee Geological Survey…

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  • Giles County, Tennessee soil map (1907)

    A 1907 color soil map of Giles County (Tenn.) surveyed by Orla L. Ayrs and M. W. Gray. In addition to soil types by color, this detailed map shows house structures, county boundary lines, dwellings an…

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  • Maury County, Tennessee soil map (1923)

    A 1923 color soil map of Maury County (Tenn." published to accompany the USGS Soil Survey volume and surveyed by J.H. Agee and J.A. Kerr. This detailed map actually names most churches, schools, and t…

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  • Lawrence County, Tennessee soil map (1904)

    A 1904 color soil map of Lawrence County (Tenn.) surveyed by Charles N. Mooney and O. L. Ayrs. In addition to soil types by color, this map shows and names towns, streams, boundary lines and sections…

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  • Madison County, Tennessee soil map (1906)

    A 1906 color soil map of Madison County (Tenn.) surveyed by W.S. Lyman, Frank Bennett and W.E. McLendon. This map shows towns, streams, boundary lines and sections of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St…

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  • Colton's Tennessee

    Colton, J. H. (Joseph Hutchins), 1800-1893

    Negative copy of the Map of Tennessee from Colton's atlas showing towns, roads, streams and railroads. A sketch of the Capitol is in the top left corner. Joseph Hutchins Colton was born in Longmeadow…

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