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Special List 29: List of Selected Maps of States and Territories

Special List No. 29

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324. A Map of the State of Kentucky, from Actual Survey by Elihu

     Barker of Philadelphia. June 1st, 1795. Tracing by John H.

     Madert.

     1 inch to 15 miles. 16 x 31.5. Manuscript on tracing cloth.

Settlements, military posts, roads and trails, physical features,

and remarks about characteristics of the land. Filed as RG 75:

Central Map File, CA 165.

325. Map of the States of Kentucky, And Tennessee. London,

     Published June 1, 1831, by I. T. Hinton and Simpkin &

     Marshall. Engraved & Printed by Fenner Sears & Co.

     1 inch to 35 miles. 11.5 x 15.5. Annotated published.

Counties, towns, roads, and physical features. Appearing in

pencil, "1831 #23 SDC." Filed as Ref. Coll.: Kentucky, 1831.

326. Kentucky. Reduced From Doct. Luke Munsell's Large Map of

     1818. Improved to the present time from Authentic Documents

     by the Author. Published by Corey & Fairbank, Cincinnati,

     and Luke Munsell, Danville, Ky., 1835. Engraved by Doolittle

     & Munson, Cincinnati, assisted by Wm. Haviland.

     1 inch to 8 miles. 2 sections, each 40.5 x 26.5. Published.

Counties (in color), roads, towns, forts, iron works, and salt

works. Inset maps of Louisville, Frankfort, Lexington, and

Maysville. Also shown are drawings of the State capitol and

profiles of the railroad from Lexington to Frankfort and the

Louisville and Portland Canal locks. Statistical tables give

population information. Filed as RG 77: T 13.

327. Map of Kentucky and Tennessee Exhibiting the Post Offices,

     Post Roads, Canals, Rail Roads, &c. By David H. Burr (Late

     topographer to the Post Office). . . . Entered according to

     the Act of Congress, July 10th, 1839.

     1 inch to 10 miles. 4 sections, each 19 x 25.5.

Published. Also shows counties (in color), mileages between post

offices, physical features, and parts of adjoining States. Filed

as RG 28: Burr Atlas, 11.

328. Kentucky and Tennessee. . . . Entered according to Act of

     Congress in the year 1845 by Sidney E. Morse and Samuel

     Breese in the Clerks Office of the Southern District of New

     York.

     1 inch to ca. 28 miles. 14.5 x 17.5. Published. Both States

shaded green. Counties, towns, roads, canals, railroads, and

"slackwater navigation." Notes in pencil refer to Congressional

documents relating to the Tennessee River and Cherokee Lands.

Filed as Ref. Coll.: Kentucky, 1845.

329. New Map of Kentucky Carefully Compiled From the Most

     Authentic Information By Edmund F. Lee, Civil Engineer.

     Engraved and Published by C. R. Milne . . . 1852.

     1 inch to ca. 20 miles. 18 x 29. Annotated published. Shows

counties, towns, railroads, roads, caves, and springs. Annotated

in color to show geological formations. No color key. Note in

pencil in lower right margin gives date of "geological color" by

Sidney S. Lyon, as Nov. 27, 1861. A similar map having a color

key to the geological formations is filed as RG 77: T 17.5-1. A

note in the title block of T 17.5-1 states that "geological

color" is by Sidney S. Lyon, but no date is given. Other

notations in pencil appear in the lower margin. This map filed as

RG 77: T 17.5-2.

330. New Map of Kentucky Carefully Compiled From The Most

     Authentic Original Maps, Documents, And Miscellaneous

     Information, By Edmund F. Lee, Civil Engineer. Published by

     J. H. Colton & Co. . . . 1856.

     1 inch to 6 miles. 4 sections, each 23.5 x 38. Published.

Counties (in color), towns, post offices, canals, roads,

railroads, iron works, salt works, coal and lead mines, mills,

and caves. Also shows portions of adjoining States. Table lists

information such as population, value of farm machinery, land "in

occupation," and number of schools and churches. (A copy of this

map, annotated to show "Finished Railroads" in Kentucky and the

adjacent part of Tennessee, is filed as T 17 in RG 77.) Filed as

RG 77: T 15.

331. Military Map of the States of Kentucky and Tennessee within

     eleven [m]iles of the 35th Parallel of Latitude or Southern

     Boundary of Tennessee . . . Commenced under the Authority of

     Major General Don Carlos Buell, Commanding the Department of

     the Ohio, by Capt. N. Michler, Corps Topogl. Engrs., U.S.A.

     . . . July 1863. Drawn by Charles E. Swann.

     1 inch to 5.524 miles. 3 sections, each 51 x 28.

Manuscript. Kentucky, Tennessee, and adjoining States in color.

Towns, post offices, "common" roads, turnpike and stage roads,

iron works and forges, salt works, mills, and physical features.

Annotated to show "Illinois Coal Field" and railroad lines.

"Memoranda" lists sources used in preparation of map. (A

published copy of this map is filed as Dept. of the Ohio 3 in RG

393.) Filed as RG 77: T 68.

332. Lloyd's Official Map of the State of Kentucky. Compiled from

     Actual Surveys and Official Documents . . . 1863. . . . New

     York, J. T. Lloyd, Publisher.

     1 inch to 8 inches. 31 x 44. Published. Counties (in color),

portions of adjoining States, towns, roads, physical features,

railroads, canals, mills, caves, salt works, coal and iron mines.

Filed as Ref. Coll.: Kentucky, 1863.

333. Kentucky Geological Survey, 1875. Preliminary Map Compiled

     From Various Surveys. N. S. Shaler, Director. By L.

     Trouvelot, Artist of Survey. J. Mayer & Co., Lith., Boston.

     1 inch to ca. 50 miles. 18 x 36. Annotated published.

Counties, towns, roads, and physical features. Note added in

title block states "Proof Sheet N.S.S." Filed as RG 77: T 217.

334. Gray's New Map of Kentucky and Tennessee, By Frank A. Gray.

     Philadelphia: O. W. Gray & Son. [1876.]

     1 inch to ca. 18 miles. 18.5 x 30.5. Published. Counties (in

color), towns, railroads, canals, physical features, and sites of

"important" battles. Inset maps of the two States showing

railroad systems, density of population, and a hysometric sketch

(elevations above sea level). Tables show comparative increases

in population, 1790-1870. Note on reverse states "Atlas of the

United States.-Specimen & advance sheets of an-...." Filed as RG

77: US 373-52.

335. Kentucky Geological Survey, John R. Procter, Director.

     Preliminary County Map of Kentucky By J. B. Hoeing,

     Topographer. 1887. . . . Copyrighted, 1887, by John R.

     Procter, Director, Ky. Geol. Survey. Julius Bien & Co.,

     Lith.

     1 inch to 20 miles. 16 x 27. Published. Counties (in

color), towns, roads, and physical features. Filed as RG 77: T

172.

336. Kentucky Geological Survey, John R. Procter, Director.

     Preliminary Map of Kentucky By J. B. Hoeing, Topographer.

     1887. . . . Copyrighted 1887, by John R. Procter, Director,

     Ky. Geol. Survey. Julius Bien & Co. Lith.

     1 inch to 20 miles. 16.5 x 27. Published. Geological

formations shown in color. Counties, towns, and roads. Filed as

RG 77: T 171.

337. Post Route Map of the States of Kentucky and Tennessee with

     parts of adjacent States showing post offices with the

     intermediate distances and mail routes in operation on the

     1st of February, 1887.

     1 inch to 8 miles. 4 sections, each approximately 31 x 34.

Published. Shows frequency and types of mail service, mileages

between post offices, discontinued post offices, counties, towns,

railroads, and physical features. Post routes are in color to

show frequency of service. Filed as RG 28: Regional Maps, Folder

22.

338. Post Route Map of the States of Kentucky and Tennessee

     showing post offices with the intermediate distances on mail

     routes in operation on the 1st of September, 1912.

     1 inch to 8 miles. 2 sections, each 47 x 35. Annotated

published. Shows frequency and types of mail service,

discontinued post offices, counties, towns, railroads, physical

features, and parts of adjoining States. Post routes are in color

to show frequency of service. Annotated to show locations of coal

mines. Filed as RG 28: State Maps, Kentucky, 1912.

339. Post Route Map of the States of Kentucky and Tennessee

     showing post offices with the intermediate distances on mail

     routes in operation on the 1st of April, 1915.

     1 inch to 8 miles. 2 sections, each 47 x 35. Annotated

published. Shows frequency and types of mail service,

discontinued post offices, counties, towns, railroads, physical

features, and parts of adjoining States. Post routes are in color

to show frequency of service. Parts of State are marked off

without explanation. Filed as RG 28: State Maps, Kentucky, 1915.

340. [Map of Kentucky issued by the U.S. Geological Survey,

     1916.]

     1 inch to ca. 16 miles. 15 x 30. Published. Shows county

names and boundaries, towns and cities, steam and electric

railroad lines, and drainage features. A copy of this edition was

reprinted in 1918. Filed as RG 57: Published State Maps,

Kentucky, 1916.

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