• Railroads in Memphis, Shelby County, Tenn.

    Tennessee. State Planning Commission

    Map detailing the rail system in Memphis in 1929. Shows underpasses, overpasses, grade crossings with watchmen, and grade crossings with watchmen and gates. Also shown is Grand Central Station, Frisco…

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  • A new map of Essex, divided into hundreds, exhibiting its roads, rivers, parks &c.

    Cary, John, approximately 1754-1835

    A map of the county of Essex, England, with hand colored districts. Exquisitely detailed, showing cities, towns, villages, churches, residences, parks, and roads. Geographic features include hills, ri…

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  • Map of the state of Florida (1856)

    Highly detailed map of Florida made by the Bureau of Topographical Engineers. It shows the township and range grid, roads, railroads, canals, cities, forts, and counties. Geographic features include r…

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  • Tipton County, Tennessee

    Hand-drawn map of Tipton County. The towns of Covington, Randolph, and Fulton are denoted as are McKean's Landing, two mills, and a store that does not appear on Rhea's published map. The Hatchy [Hatc…

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  • Ashport to Memphis Confederate map

    Martin, Albert

    This map showing Confederate military installations along the Tennessee portion of the Mississippi River was hand-drawn on linen by Albert Martin around 1861. It stretches from Ashport in the north to…

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  • Map of East Tennessee, North of Loudon (1864)

    Poe, O. M. (Orlando Metcalfe), 1832-1895

    This very fine Civil War map of East Tennessee was prepared by Union Army engineer and cartographer Orlando M. Poe. State geologist James M. Stafford drew on topographical details. This map shows fort…

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  • A new map of part of the United States of North America

    Cary, John, approximately 1754-1835

    This map was contained in Cary's New Universal Atlas (London, 1808). Also note the spelling of Tennessee in this map (Tenassee) and the spelling of Fort Loudoun (Lowdon). Map shows many Indian towns a…

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