• Map of the Eleventh District of the state of Tennessee

    This surveyor's district covered the southwest corner of the newly acquired west Tennessee--present-day Tipton, Haywood, Shelby, Fayette counties--and shows range and section lines, streams and genera…

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  • Grainger County, Tennessee

    Rhea, Matthew, 1785-1870

    Hand-drawn map of Grainger County (Tenn.) showing the town of Rutledge, creeks, roads, the Clinch River, Clinch Mountain, Hines Ridge, House Mountain, Richland Knobbs (Knobs), and Copper Ridge. This m…

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  • Hardeman County, Tennessee, 1923

    A Tennessee Board of Natural Resources map of Hardeman County based on surveys by C. R. Watkins, Jr. in 1916 and C. C. Anderson and R. Perrin in 1921. Shows towns, roads, railroads, streams, drainage…

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  • Franklin, Tennessee

    Hand-drawn map of Franklin showing locations of the fort, major streams, roads, and the railroad. The map includes a chronology of action of both Union and Rebel troops near Franklin from March 1862 t…

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  • Stewart County, Tennessee

    Rhea, Matthew, 1795-1870

    Hand-drawn map of Stewart County (Tenn.) showing Dover, the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers, creeks, mills, forges, and furnaces. This map, mostly in red ink, is attached to correspondence Rhea wrote…

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  • Benjamin F. Cheatham Civil War map of Northeast Alabama (Guntersville to Gadsden)

    Cheatham, Benjamin Franklin, 1820-1886

    Frank Cheatham was a corps commander in the Confederate Army of Tennessee, and this hand-drawn map of a portion of northeast Alabama from Gadsden up to Guntersville may have been used by him in late 1…

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  • A map of Lincoln County (approximately 1842)

    Rhea, Matthew, 1785-1870

    Hand-drawn and colored map of Lincoln County (Tenn.) showing Fayetteville, Petersburg, Concord, Buckeye, Lynchburg, Boon's Hill, Pleasant Hill, part of the Elk River, the Cumberland Mountains, roads,…

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  • Jefferson and Cocke counties, Tennessee

    Rhea, Matthew, 1785-1870

    Hand-drawn map of Jefferson County (Tenn.) and Cocke County (Tenn.) showing Sevierville, Dandridge, Newport, part of the French Broad River, the Holston River and Mount Sterling. Also drawn are creeks…

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  • Plat of Hiwassee District

    Map of the Hiwassee District drawn sometime after the founding of Athens in 1822. The map depicts and names many of the creeks that run in between the Little Tennessee and Hiwassee Rivers. Blythe's Fe…

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  • A map of Perry County

    Rhea, Matthew, 1785-1870

    Hand-drawn and colored map of Perry County (Tenn.) showing Shannonvile, Shakerag, Perryville, Beardstown, Carrolville, the Tennessee River, the Duck River, creeks, ferries, and a "sulpher" spring. Two…

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  • Benjamin F. Cheatham's Civil War map of northeast Alabama (Guntersville to Gadsden)

    Cheatham, Benjamin Franklin, 1820-1886

    Frank Cheatham was a corps commander in the Confederate Army of Tennessee, and this hand-drawn map of a portion of northeast Alabama from Gadsden up to Guntersville may have been used by him in late 1…

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  • Draft of Shelby County

    Rhea, Matthew, 1785-1870

    Hand-drawn draft of Shelby County (Tenn.) showing Memphis, President's Island, the Mississippi River, the Wolf River, the Nonconnah, Shaw's Creek, mills, roads from Memphis to Covington, Raleigh, Somm…

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  • Carter County, Tennessee

    Rhea, Matthew, 1785-1870

    A schematic, hand-drawn map of the northern portion of Carter County (Tenn.) showing various iron forges throughout the county. Also shown is the Stoney River off the Watauga River and the Iron Mounta…

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  • Fentress County, Tennessee

    Rhea, Matthew, 1795-1870

    Hand-drawn map of Fentress County (Tenn.) showing Jamestown, Monroe, Pall Mall, Montgomery, Johnson's Stand, Glen Obey, Rock Castle, Wright's Crossroads, the South Fork of the Cumberland River, creeks…

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  • Map of the Hiwassee District (1851 survey)

    This is a Tennessee Valley Authority blueprint copy of a survey map created in 1851 of the Hiwassee District. The boundaries of the Hiwassee District were the Hiwassee River, Big Tennessee River, and…

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  • Coffee County, Tennessee, 1908

    Soil map of Coffee County (Tenn.) surveyed by W.E. McLendon and C.R. Zappone Jr. The base map was enlarged and redrawn from an 1895 U. S. Geological Survey Sheet. This detailed map shows house structu…

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  • Map of the Battlefield of Franklin, Tenn.

    Foster, Wilbur F

    This map shows the movements of Union and Confederate troop positions during the Battle of Franklin on November 30, 1864. Union movements are in blue and Confederate movements are in red. Battlefield…

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  • Civil War map of the country traversed by the Nashville and Northwestern Railroad and the Nashville, Decatur and Stevenson Railroad

    Wharton, Lt. Col. Harry C

    Operational map drawn by Union topographical engineer Lt. Col. H. C. Wharton showing landowner's names, detailed road system, topography, mills, with notes as to land and road quality. Map covers a po…

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  • Benjamin F. Cheatham Civil War map of area southeast of Murfreesboro, Tenn.

    Cheatham, Benjamin Franklin, 1820-1886

    Map, owned by Confederate General Benjamin Franklin Cheatham, showing roads, towns and streams in the counties of Cannon, DeKalb, White, Warren, Van Buren, Coffee, Grundy and parts of Rutherford, Smit…

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  • Battlefield in front of Franklin, Tenn.

    Merrill, W. E. (William Emery), 1837-1891, Willett, James R. (James Rowland), 1831-1907, Remington, T. J. L

    Map shows Battle of Franklin where the United States Forces repulsed the Confederate Army on November 30, 1864. Includes topography, roads, disposition of Union works and Confederate forces, houses an…

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