• Nashville. Plate 18 from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)

    G.M. Hopkins & Co

    This plate depicts an area of Nashville just north of the Cumberland River and east of Russell St. in present-day East Nashville. Primarily residential, some churches are indicated as are Street Railr…

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  • Nashville. Plate 9 from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)

    G.M. Hopkins & Co

    Plate 9 of the 1889 Atlas of Nashville detailing the area near Vanderbilt University. The school's campus is shown including Wesley Hall, Science Hall, the chancellor's residence, the president's hous…

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  • Nashville. Plate 5 from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)

    G.M. Hopkins & Co

    Plate 5 of the 1889 Atlas of Nashville detailing the area south east of downtown along the Cumberland River. Included are the city water works, the city reservoir, Tennessee School for the Blind, the…

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  • Nashville. Plate 14 from G. M. Hopkins' Atlas of Nashville (1889)

    G.M. Hopkins & Co

    This plate depicts an area of North Nashville. Various additions to the city are colored and named. Many residential lots populate this plate however few seem to have structures. Tennessee Manufacturi…

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  • Historic map of White County

    Map of White County showing historic spots across the county. Towns, railroads, old stage coach roads, creeks, rivers, historic homes, graves, schools, slave markets, cemeteries, churches, railroads,…

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  • Chattanooga mineral district

    Geological map of southeastern Tennessee, and northern Georgia and Alabama. The map details wagon roads, railroads, state and county boundaries, county seats, factories, mills, churches, and post offi…

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  • Map of East Tennessee, North of Loudon (1864)

    Poe, O. M. (Orlando Metcalfe), 1832-1895

    This very fine Civil War map of East Tennessee was prepared by Union Army engineer and cartographer Orlando M. Poe. State geologist James M. Stafford drew on topographical details. This map shows fort…

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