• Major Francis Mohrhardt's maps (and diary) of the Tullahoma Campaign (1863)

    Mohrhardt, Francis

    Field notes and hand-drawn pencil maps of Francis Mohrhardt, a Union major and topographical engineer in Gen. William Rosecrans' Army of the Cumberland, attached to the staff of Gen. Philip Sheridan,…

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  • Civil War maps of the 1863 Chattanooga campaign and the Red River expedition in Louisiana

    United States. War Department

    Plate L of the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-1865, containing six small maps relating to battles and troop positions during the Civil War. Five of t…

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  • Pikeville, Tennessee soil map (1903)

    Soil map of the Pikeville quadrangle (USGS topographical mapping), mostly of Bledsoe County (Tenn." including parts of Van Buren, Cumberland and Rhea Counties, surveyed by Henry J. Wilder and W. J. Ge…

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  • Agricultural map of the Jackson Purchase

    Hoeing, Joseph Bernard, 1855

    Map of the Jackson Purchase showing land suitability, railroads, roads, county lines, streams and post offices. The Jackson Purchase is an area of eight counties in southwestern Kentucky that was purc…

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  • Overton County, Tennessee soil map (1908)

    Soil map of Overton County (Tenn.) surveyed by Orla L. Ayrs and D.H. Hill. The base map was enlarged and redrawn from U. S. Geological Survey sheets. This detailed map shows house structures, towns an…

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  • Plat of the lands of the University of the South: located on the Sewanee Plateau of the Cumberland Mountains (1858)

    Barney, C. R

    This large map on four sheets depicts the lands of the University of the South at Sewanee, basically the geological and topographical features prior to the construction of the campus. Sewanee Company'…

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  • Map of Davidson County, Tennessee

    This map depicts Davidson County in the early 1920s. City wards are numbered within the city's corporation limits. Roads, railroads, the Cumberland River, creeks, and neighborhoods are drawn and named…

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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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  • Bedford County, Tennessee, 1878

    From the new and actual surveys compiled and published by D.G. Beers & Co., 1878. Shows roads, railroads, streams, schools, residences and civil districts. The chief value of this map lies in the fact…

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  • Map showing location for the proposed penitentiary site, Franklin Co., Tennessee

    Johns, T. D

    Map taken from Secretary of State Papers showing the location for a proposed state penitentiary site in Franklin County, just north of Winchester and west of Decherd. The Nashville, Chattanooga, and S…

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  • Map of Hickman County (1926)

    Anderson, C. C, Tennessee. State Geological Survey

    Map of Hickman County (Tenn.) surveyed in part and compiled by C. C. Anderson. As with others in this series of early 20th century Tennessee Division of Geology county maps, this map is extremely deta…

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  • Louisville Property Company Plat of Etowah

    Blueprint plat of the city of Etowah (Tenn.) by the Louisville Property Company. The plat covers from Tennessee Ave. to Texas Ave. and First Street to Eleventh Street. The corporation line runs along…

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  • Humphreys County, Tennessee, 1928

    Kerr, J.A. (John Alexander), 1886

    This extremely detailed map shows every house structure and significant economic and demographic feature in Humphreys County. This map is particularly useful by showing this river county before the Te…

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  • Dickson County, Tennessee, 1923

    Map of Dickson County (Tenn.) based on the Tennessee Geological Survey of 1922 by J. A. Kerr, H. G. Lewis, W. J. Latimer and E. H. Bailey of the Bureau of Soils. These Tennessee Division of Geology ma…

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  • Map of Franklin, Tennessee

    Hand-drawn Civil War map of Franklin, done by a Confederate soldier, showing locations of Fort Grainger, Union and Confederate positions at the November 30, 1864 battle, major streams, fords, bridges…

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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