• Meigs County, Tennessee soil map (1919)

    United States. Bureau of Soils

    Map created by the United States Geological Survey showing the soil composition of Meigs County. This very detailed map names schools, churches, stores, and all ferries and landings on the Tennessee a…

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  • 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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  • New map of Knoxville, Tenn., and suburbs

    Pill, John R

    Highly detailed map of Knoxville printed just prior to the turn of the 20th century. Roads, lot numbers, railroads, streetcar lines, churches, schools, post offices, factories, cemeteries, and wards a…

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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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  • Maury County, Tennessee soil map (1923)

    A 1923 color soil map of Maury County (Tenn." published to accompany the USGS Soil Survey volume and surveyed by J.H. Agee and J.A. Kerr. This detailed map actually names most churches, schools, and t…

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  • Tennessee.

    Lucas, Fielding, Jr., 1781-1854

    A color map showing Tennessee roughly at the time of statehood in 1796, drawn by Lucas Fielding. This topographical map shows early counties, roads (including the Natchez Trace), crossings on the Tenn…

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  • Tennessee (1826)

    Lucas, Fielding, Jr., 1781-1854

    A color map depicting Tennessee around 1826, soon after the cession by treaty of Chickasaw lands between the Tennessee and Mississippi Rivers and Cherokee lands in East Tennessee. Counties are outline…

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