• Nashville metropolitan area (Davidson County) generalized land use (1956)

    Nashville and Davidson County (Tenn." Metropolitan Planning Commission

    A general land use map published by the county planning commission. Land use in the county is color-coded and indicates residential (by density), commercial and industrial, community facilities, bodie…

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  • Landowners map of Davidson County (approximately 1870)

    This extremely detailed hand-drawn map of Davidson County focuses on waterways and names land and property owners along them. The Edgefield and Kentucky Railroad can be seen running up through Madison…

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  • New map of Davidson County, Tennessee showing roads and highways with their condition to date (1926)

    Gardner, Edwin Maximillian, 1845-1935

    Colorful map of Davidson County published in 1926. It details the various roads and railroads that traverse the county specifying highways, macadam roads, mixed roads, and dirt roads. The county's civ…

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  • Davidson County, Tennessee, 1871

    Foster, Wilbur F

    Wilbur Foster's 1871 color map of Davidson County Tennessee, from actual surveys made by order of the county court of Davidson County. It shows roads, railroads, streams, schools, stores, rural house…

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  • Williamson County, Tennessee, 1878

    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. Includes i…

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

    G.M. Hopkins & Co

    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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  • Louisville Property Company Plat of Etowah

    Blueprint plat of the city of Etowah (Tenn.) by the Louisville Property Company. The plat covers from Tennessee Ave. to Texas Ave. and First Street to Eleventh Street. The corporation line runs along…

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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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  • Johnson's Kentucky and Tennessee (1862)

    Johnson, A. J. (Alvin Jewett), 1827-1884

    Originally pages 41-42 from Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas. Includes illustrations of the Capitol in Nashville, the Navy Yard in Memphis and the entrance to Mammoth Cave in central Kentucky. P…

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Benton County, Tennessee, 1922

    Perry, E. S

    This State Geological Survey map of Benton County (Tenn." surveyed in 1920-21 by E.S. Perry for the State Geological Commission, shows residences and names smaller communities as well as river landing…

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  • Nashville. Plate 11 from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)

    G.M. Hopkins & Co

    Plate 11 of Hopkins' 1889 Atlas of Nashville showing the area around Fisk University. The university with Jubilee and Livingston halls is denoted as is Knowles Public School, which is unnamed as color…

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  • Railroad commissioners' map of Mississippi

    Turn of the century map of Mississippi detailing the railroad system across the state. The various railroads are color-coded with a key in the top left. County and state borders are colored in green.…

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