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This map depicts Tennessee in the 1830s with counties named and delineated. Topographical features are shown with various land routes, water routes, mountains, cities, towns, forts, post offices, and other details identified. Engraved by G.W. Boynton. Published in T.G. Bradford, An Illustrated Atlas, Geographical, Statistical and Historical of the United States and Adjacent Countries (Boston: Weeks, Jordan and Co., 1838). Scale 1 in = 30 miles.


49 x 41 cm


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Archives of Appalachia, rare map, Tennessee


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William Flinn Rogers Papers