• Map of Davidson County, 1930

    S.M. McMurray Engineering Company

    This map shows community names, schools, churches, prisons, hospitals, railroads, major roads, street railways, and ward lines, and distances from City Hall in half-mile radials. There is also an inde…

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  • John Davis survey map of entries west of Nashville (1826)

    Davis, John

    This hand-drawn map shows land entries along Charlotte Pike in 1826. Landowners' names, such as Thomas Molloy, J[ohn] Harding, J. P. Erwin, Elijah Robertson and Henry Ewing, and acreage are shown with…

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  • Map of Davidson County, Tennessee

    This map depicts Davidson County in the early 1920s. City wards are numbered within the city's corporation limits. Roads, railroads, the Cumberland River, creeks, and neighborhoods are drawn and named…

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  • Plat, grant and survey of John Evans land in Davidson County (1786)

    Mulherin, James

    640 acres surveyed for John Evans on the north side of the Cumberland River on both sides of Evan's Spring. Warrant no. 202. Adjacent to land owned by the heirs of Edward Carvin and Ephraim McLane [Mc…

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  • Davidson County, Tennessee soil map (1903)

    Soil map of Davidson County (Tenn.) surveyed by William G. Smith and Hugh H. Bennett. Shows rivers, streams, towns and parks. These early 20th century Tennessee county maps from the state Division of…

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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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  • City of Nashville and Edgefield (1860)

    The 1860 Haydon & Booth map shows public buildings, banks, stone or brick buildings, wood buildings, railroads, ward boundaries, and ward numbers. Indexes churches, houses of industry, offices of dail…

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  • Susan Haywood v. Enoch Ensley et al (1848) map exhibit

    Joslin, John

    A pair of surveys and plats executed by Davidson County surveyor, John Joslin, depicting a tract of land in Davidson County owned by Judge John Haywood. The home is drawn in the middle of the tract fl…

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