• 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…

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  • Tennessee border

    Black and white photograph showing the divide between Tennessee and North Carolina looking northeast at 5,000 ft. elevation, near Greeneville. The clouds in the sky are visible above several mountain…

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  • Map of Blount County (1834)

    Hand-drawn map of Blount County (Tenn.) that shows the French Broad River, Chilhowee Mountain, Tuckaleechee Cove, Cades Cove, Cherokee villages of Tallassee and Tellico and Callaway's Turnpike connect…

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  • Montgomery County, Tennessee soil map (1901)

    A 1901 map of Montgomery County (Tenn.) surveyed by J.E. Lapham and M.F. Miller with the base map being drawn from a county map. This detailed map shows soil types by color, house structures, streams…

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  • Madison County, Tennessee soil map (1906)

    A 1906 color soil map of Madison County (Tenn.) surveyed by W.S. Lyman, Frank Bennett and W.E. McLendon. This map shows towns, streams, boundary lines and sections of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St…

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  • Coffee County, Tennessee map

    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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  • Tennessee crop map of cotton

    Agricultural map, in combination with the written statistical information, reflecting cotton crop yields, acres under cultivation, and the underlying fertility of the soil and its adaptability to the…

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  • Putnam County, Tennessee soil map (1912)

    A 1912 color soil map of Putnam County (Tenn.) surveyed by C. S. Waldrop. In addition to soil types by color, this detailed map shows house structures, county boundary lines and sections of the Tennes…

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  • Map of Tennessee (1818)

    Melish, John, 1771-1822, Strothers, John, Jr

    This beautifully colored map of Tennessee constructed by John Melish from the surveys of John Strothers following the War of 1812. Shows early county lines and Indian boundaries prior to Jackson's Tre…

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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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  • Lawrence County, Tennessee (1904)

    A 1904 color soil map of Lawrence County (Tenn.) surveyed by Charles N. Mooney and O. L. Ayrs. In addition to soil types by color, this map shows and names towns, streams, boundary lines and sections…

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  • State of Franklin map

    McGill, J. T

    Early 20th century manuscript map of State of Franklin (Frankland), possibly drawn by J.T. McGill to accompany his article: ""Franklin and Frankland: Names and Boundaries,"" Tenn. Historical Magazine…

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  • Map of Tennessee & Western North Carolina showing mineral deposits in vicinity of Knoxville, Tennessee

    The map is a reproduction from unknown origin. It indicates railroads completed, in construction, and proposed; topographical features; cities and towns; rivers, creeks and streams; the border states…

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  • Jackson County, Tennessee soil map (1913)

    Soil map of Jackson County (Tenn.) surveyed by Hugh H. Bennett, Inspector of the Southern Division, R.F. Rogers of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and J.H. Derden of the Tennessee Geological Survey…

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  • Map showing the lands assigned to emigrant Indians west of Arkansas and Missouri (1836)

    Jones, R., Adjutant-General

    This Congressionally authorized map shows lands designated by tribe for Indians who had emigrated and re-located west of the Mississippi River prior to the general removal of the Southeastern tribes i…

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  • Colton's map of the State of Tennessee (1871)

    Color map of Tennessee showing state and county boundaries, topography, roadways, railways, waterways, cities and towns, mines, mills, furnaces, major landforms, and portions of bordering states.

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  • Henderson County, Tennessee soil map (1905)

    A 1905 color soil map of Henderson County (Tenn.) surveyed by M. Earl Carr and Frank Bennett. his map shows Tullahoma, towns, boundary lines and the Memphis division of the Nashville, Chattanooga and…

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  • Map of Claiborne County (1834)

    Evans, W. R

    W.R. Evans' hand drawn and colored map of Claiborne County (Tenn.) showing details of road and towns, the Crockett Ironworks and Furnace, the Kentucky Road coming from Cumberland Gap, the Clinch River…

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  • Tipton County, Tennessee, 1935

    Tennessee. Department of Agriculture

    Hand-drawn map of Tipton County Tennessee, done by the Department of Agriculture and the Civil Works Administration in 1934, which shows roads, houses, schools, communities and stores--many of them na…

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  • Geological map of Davidson, Williamson and Maury Counties (1843)

    Troost, Gerard, 1776-1850

    Drawn by Gerard Troost, Tennessee's first State Geologist, this geological map of three Tennessee counties (Davidson, Williamson, and Maury) shows main waterways, county seats and towns, main roads, g…

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