• Chester County, Tennessee, 1918

    Tennessee. State Geological Survey

    Surveyed in 1916 by C. R. Watkins, Jr., this extremely detailed map shows every house and building structure and names churches, stores, communities, mills, schools, railroads, roads and streams. This…

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  • Davidson County, Tennessee, 1907

    Detailed map from US Geological Survey data showing color-coded civil districts, locations of residences, roads, schools, churches, stores, historical community names, and a host of other economic and…

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  • Henry County, Tennessee (1922)

    United States. Bureau of Chemistry and Soils, Wildermuth, Robert, Sweet, A. T, Brinkley, L. L, Hamilton, H. E, Perry, E. S, Agee, J. H

    This extremely detailed map was made in cooperation with the Tennessee Geological Survey and the U. S. Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. It shows and names all roads, bridges, streams, ferries, residence…

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  • Hardin County, Tennessee, 1931

    Map made in cooperation with the Tennessee Division of Geology and the U. S. Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. Shows roads, bridges, streams, ferries, residences, churches, schools, cemeteries, and drain…

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  • Haywood County, Tennessee, 1937

    Tennessee. Division of Geology

    A Tennessee Department of Conservation map of Haywood County (Tenn.) based on surveys by Walter F. Pond, state geologist, in 1937. Map shows Brownsville and residences and names smaller communities as…

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