• 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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  • 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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  • Railroad map of the United States (1851)

    Map of the United States from the East Coast to the Midwest showing railroad routes in progress, constructed and proposed. Shows the built and proposed railroad routes in Tennessee on the eve of the C…

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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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  • McNairy County, Tennessee, 1916

    Tennessee. State Geological Survey

    State Geological Survey map of McNairy County (Tenn.) surveyed by C.R. Watkins, Jr. and F.W. Farnsworth with district lines taken from records of the County Trustee. The State Geological Commission is…

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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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  • Railroad commissioners' map of Mississippi

    Turn of the century map of Mississippi detailing the railroad system across the state. The various railroads are color-coded with a key in the top left. County and state borders are colored in green.…

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