Special List 29: Tennessee
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761. A Map of the Tennessee [sic] Government, formerly part of North Carolina taken chiefly from Surveys by Genel. [sic] D. South & others. John Madert, Del. Engraved for Imlay's American Topography. June 1st, 1795. 1 inch to ca. 35 miles. 13 x 18½. Blueprint manuscript on tracing cloth. Roads, towns, Indian towns, and "Indian boundaries." Also a blueprint copy. Filed as RG 75: Central Map File, 1237. 762. Map of Tennessee Constructed from the Surveys of the late John Strothers and other Documents, by John Melish. [Published by John Melish, 1819.] 1 inch to ca. 18 miles. 21 x 29. Published. Counties (in color), settlements, roads, and Indian lands. Also shows parts of adjoining States and Territories. Filed as RG 77: US 30. 763. Map of the State of Tennessee, Drawn from the Best Authorities by F. Lucas, Jr., Drawn & Published by F. Lucas, Jr. . . . Entered according to Act of Congress the 21st day of June, 1823. . . . Engraved by B. T. Welch & Co. 1 inch to ca. 15 miles. 25 x 36. Annotated published. County names and boundaries, towns, colleges, roads, physical features, and parts of adjoining States. Also shows land districts and land surveys. Roads shown include part of the "Government road from Natchez to Nashville." Map is annotated to show segments of certain roads marked off. Table lists population of Tennessee by county, 1800-1820. Also included is a "View of the Chickasaw Bluff on the Mississippi River . . ." drawn by Lewis Brantz. Filed as RG 77: US 49. 764. Colton's Tennessee, Published J. H. Colton . . . New York. 1861. 1 inch to 25 miles. 14 x 25½. Published. Counties (in color), parts of adjoining States, towns, roads, railroads, and physical features. Illustration of State House. Filed as RG 77: T 16. 765. Map of Tennessee Representing Rail-Ways, Population, and Agricultural Productions. Prepared at the Census Office Under the Direction of Jos. C. G. Kennedy, Superintendent. [ca. 1861-65.] Scale not indicated. 3 sections, each 20 x 17. Photoprocessed. Population for white, free-colored, and slaves. Filed as RG 77: T 215. 766. [Map of Tennessee issued by the U.S. Geological Survey, 1916.] 1 inch to ca. 16 miles. 11 x 34. Published. County names and boundaries, towns and cities, steam and electric railroad lines, and drainage features. Also a copy of this map reprinted in 1918. Filed as RG 57: Published State Maps, Tennessee, 1916. See also entries 325, 327, 328, 331, 334, 337-339 in Kentucky.Please note: This web version may differ from other versions.