• Geological map of the mining districts in the state of Georgia, western parts of N. Carolina, and in East Tennessee

    Peck, Jacob, 1779-1869

    This geological and topographical map details where gold, zinc, coal, lead and other mineral resources could be found in East Tennessee, western parts of North Carolina and areas of North Georgia. The…

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  • Map of H. L. W. Hill mountain lands showing sub-divisions and interfere[n]ces

    Greer, H. C, Havron, W. H

    Map of Hugh Lawson White Hill's land in Grundy, Sequatchie, Van Buren, and Warren counties. In addition to the complicated entries and grants of this 19th century Mountain District landscape, various…

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  • H. L. W. Hill lands

    McKenzie, A. R

    Plat map show Mountain District land entries in present-day Savage Gulf State Natural Area. The Collins River, Savage Creek, and Meadow Creek are drawn as is Sewanee Mountain. Details include Jim Reed…

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  • A Boone camp map from Jefferson N.C. to Clinch Riv.

    Johnston, Thomas C

    Negative photocopy of map in Draper Manuscript Collection. It shows northwest North Carolina, northeast Tennessee, and southwest Virginia. Cities, towns, rivers, creeks, mountains, and known and uncer…

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  • Anderson County, Tennessee (approximately 1832)

    Rhea, Matthew, 1795-1870

    Hand-drawn map of Anderson County (Tenn.) showing the Clinch River, the town of Clinton, roads, creeks, rivers, mountains and a brimstone (sulphur) deposit. The surrounding counties are also labeled a…

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  • Stewart County, Tennessee (approximately 1807)

    Early hand-drawn map of Stewart County (Tenn.) drawn before the creation of Humphreys County in 1809. The map depicts the county extending southward past the Duck River. It offers a detailed view of t…

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  • Tennessee (1822)

    Lucas, Fielding, Jr., 1781-1854

    Beautiful color map of Tennessee as it appeared in 1822, soon after the cession by treaty of Chickasaw lands between the Tennessee and Mississippi Rivers. The map shows the newly formed West Tennessee…

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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Hawkins County, Tennessee (approximately 1832)

    Rhea, Matthew, 1785-1870

    Hand-drawn map of Hawkins County (Tenn.) showing Rogersville, creeks, part of the Holston River, part of the Clinch River, valleys, ridges, forks, Clinch Mountain, Mount Sterling, Chimney Top, other m…

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  • Greene County, Tennessee (approximately 1832)

    Rhea, Matthew, 1785-1870, Rice, David

    David Rice's hand-drawn map of Greene County (Tenn.) showing Bays Mountain, part of the Nolichucky River, part of the French Broad River, the Bald Mountains, and surrounding counties. The map is extre…

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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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  • Colton's Tennessee

    Colton, J. H. (Joseph Hutchins), 1800-1893

    Negative copy of the Map of Tennessee from Colton's atlas showing towns, roads, streams and railroads. A sketch of the Capitol is in the top left corner. Joseph Hutchins Colton was born in Longmeadow…

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  • Colton's map of Tennessee (1860)

    Colton, J. H. (Joseph Hutchins), 1800-1893

    Color map of Tennessee from Colton's atlas showing towns, roads, different-colored counties, streams and railroads. Still shows range-and-section grid patterns from land grant system in West Tennessee…

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  • Map of the Seventh Surveyors District of Tennessee

    Includes the area from the Tennessee River on the west and the Alabama state line on the south through present-day Hardin, Wayne, Lawrence and Giles counties to the meridian on the east. Shows range a…

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