• North Carolina

    Finley, A. (Anthony)

    Originally from A new general atlas, comprising a complete set of maps, this hand-colored map of North Carolina from 1824 shows cities, towns, rivers, roads, lakes, sounds, and mountains are all depic…

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  • Map of the Ocoee District (1837)

    Troost, Gerard, 1776-1850

    Map of the Ocoee District to elucidate the 4th report of G[erard] Troost, Geologist of the State of Tennessee. The Ocoee District lay in extreme southeastern corner of Tennessee and was the last part…

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  • A Map of the Southern Section of the United States including The Floridas and Bahama Islands Showing the Seat of War in that Department (1813)

    Melish, John, 1771-1822

    John Melish's map of the southern theater of the War of 1812. State and national borders are denoted and hand-colored. Highly detailed view of the rivers, roads, and forts throughout the Southeast, in…

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  • Tennessee

    Lewis, Samuel, 1753 or 1754-1822

    Early map of Tennessee published in Arrowsmith and Lewis's 1804 atlas. It depicts Tennessee at statehood, before the division of Tennessee County into Montgomery and Robertson. The primary function of…

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  • Tennessee (1804; depicting 1796)

    Lewis, Samuel, 1753 or 1754-1822

    Early map of Tennessee published in Arrowsmith and Lewis's 1804 atlas. It depicts Tennessee at statehood, before the division of Tennessee County into Montgomery and Robertson; also, pre-statehood dis…

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  • A map of the state of Louisiana with part of the Mississippi Territory from actual survey by Wm. Darby (1816)

    Darby, William

    Map centered on New Orleans and southern Mississippi showing the western Gulf Coast theater of the War of 1812 with special detail given to forts, roads, and rivers. Landowners are denoted, especially…

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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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  • The state of North Carolina from the best authorities

    Lewis, Samuel, 1753 or 1754-1822

    Originally from Carey's "American Atlas", this is one of the first maps of the state of North Carolina published. Counties are named but without boundaries. Geographic features include mountains, rive…

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  • Geographical, statistical, and historical map of North Carolina

    Lucas, Fielding, 1781-1854

    Hand-colored map of North Carolina that shows counties, cities, towns, roads, and some cout houses. Geographic features include rivers, creeks, marshes, swamps, sounds, and lakes. Relief shown by hach…

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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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  • Index map from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)

    G.M. Hopkins & Co

    Plat map of downtown Nashville (Tenn.) originally published in the 1908 Atlas of Nashville. The overview map of the City of Nashville is divided into plate numbers that correspond with the rest of the…

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  • John Melish's map of the United States of America (1818)

    Melish, John, 1771-1822

    This color map depicts the United States in the 1810s, from the east coast to the front range of the Rocky Mountains. It shows the watershed of the Missouri River in detail; certain notations reflect…

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  • Geological map of Cocke County, Tennessee (1839)

    Troost, Gerard, 1776-1850

    Drawn by Gerard Troost, Tennessee's first State Geologist, this geological map of Cocke County shows early roads, rivers and mineral resources including iron ore and limestone. Other landmarks include…

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  • Geological Map of the State of Tennessee

    This map of the state of Tennessee shows main rivers and tributaries, towns and cities, and some geologic data.

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  • Nashville in 1854

    Printed map of Nashville depicting the city in 1854. The old street names are drawn, and a number of churches, schools, masonic buildings, banks, schools, and businesses are denoted. The State Peniten…

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  • Tennessee (1825)

    Map of Tennessee with different colored counties showing towns, streams, principal roads and Cherokee lands. The West Tennessee counties have assumed roughly their modern configurations. Aside from a…

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  • Chattanooga and Vicinity (1914)

    G.M. Hopkins & Co

    Color map of the City of Chattanooga and suburbs such as North Chattanooga, Sherman Heights, Mabbit Springs, Lookout Mountain and others in the 1910s. Geographic features such as the Tennessee River,…

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  • The state of Tennessee

    Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839

    A color annotated map of Tennessee in 1796 taken from Mathew Carey's General Atlas. This topographical map shows the new state as two non-contiguous parts: the Mero District (Tennessee, Davidson and S…

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  • The state of Tennessee

    Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839

    A color annotated map of Tennessee in 1796 taken from Mathew Carey's General Atlas. This topographical map shows the new state as two non-contiguous parts: the Mero District (Tennessee, Davidson and S…

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  • S. W. Territory (1795)

    Scott, Joseph

    Philadelphia-published map of territorial Tennessee or the Southwest Territory, formerly known as the Territory of the United States South of the River Ohio, from 1795. Knoxville, Nashville, and Clark…

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