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Clay County, TN Cemeteries
Size: 20" x 27".
Information taken from the USGS topographical and Tennessee DOT maps.
MP-CR40, $30.00   

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Tennessee in 1795
Printed on Heavy-Stock Parchment Paper,Size: 11" x 17".
This fac-simile Map was first published in London in 1795. It shows public roads, Indian boundaries, Indian towns, and width of rivers flowing through Tennessee. It was engraved for Inlay's American Topgraphy.
MP-0001, $2.50   

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Map of Tennessee in 1821
Printed on Heavy-Stock Parchment Paper, Size: 11" x 17".
This maps depicts Tennessee towns and counties in 1821.
MP-0394, $2.50   

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Map of Cumberland and Franklin
Printed on Heavy-Stock Parchment Paper, Size: 11" x 17".
Originally published in Ramsey's Annals of Tennessee, this classic pioneer map was engraved by W. Kenan Charleston.
MP-0071, $2.50   

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The United States, 1783-1802
Printed on Heavy-Stock Parchment Paper, Size: 8.5" x 11"
Drawn under the supervision of O.M. Dickerson and Frances P. Wesenburger, this map depicts the United States between 1783-1802. Tennessee was a part of North Carolina until admitted as a state in 1796.
MP-0094, $2.50   

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1885 Sanborn Map of Chattanooga
Full Color Reproduction on Parchment Cover Stock, Size: 19" x 23"
This Sanborn fire map of down town Chattanooga in 1885 is a great source of the street names at that time. Many of the street names have changed since then and new streets have been constructed, but when reading the older newspapers and letters from the area, this will be a great source of information on where the names indicate. In various side panels, there is a great deal of information about the city at the time such as their water facilities, fire department and places of interest such as the manufacturers, stores and churches. Anyone who has an interest in the City of Chattanooga in the late 19th century will find this a one of a kind resource for information.
MP-KG01, $20.00   

CHATTANOOGA 1871
A birdís eye view of the city of Chattanooga in the year 1871 in full color. Drawn and published by A. Ruger in St. Louis in 1871. Included in this map are the buildings with notes on many of them, the streets and other points interest.
Size: 21.2" x 30.8"
MP-CR16, $30.00   

EARLY ROADS TO THE TENNESSEE COUNTRY - before 1796
A full color map of the State created from information from various sources.
Size: 17" x 22"
MP-CR28, $20.00   

SULLIVAN AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES TN
The county bounds in 1779 recreated onto a contemporary map of the eastern portion of the State. Full color.
Size: 11" x 17"
MP-CR29, $10.00   

DAVIDSON AND GREENE COUNTIES TN
The county bounds in 1783 recreated onto a contemporary map of the State. Full color.
Size: 11" x 17"
MP-CR30, $10.00   

HAWKINS AND SUMNER COUNTIES TN
The county bounds in 1786 recreated onto a contemporary map of the State. Full color
Size: 11" x 17"
MP-CR31, $10.00   

KNOX AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES TN
The county bounds as of 11 June 1792 when these two were created from Greene and Hawkins Counties. The map is recreated onto a contemporary map of the State. Full color.
Size: 11" x17"
MP-CR32, $10.00   

SEVIER COUNTY TN
The county was created 27 September 1794 from Jefferson County and the original bounds of the county are re-created onto a contemporary map of the State. Full color.
Size: 11" x 17"
MP-CR33, $10.00   

BLOUNT COUNTY TN
This county was created 11 July 1795 from Knox County and this map is recreated onto a contemporary map of the State. Full color.
Size: 11" x 17"
MP-CR34, $10.00   

CARTER COUNTY TN
Out of Washington County, Carter sprang in April 1796. This recreated map of the original boundaries is drawn onto the contemporary bounds of the State. Full color.
Size: 11" x 17"
MP-CR35, $10.00   

THE ROAD TO STATEHOOD - County Formation in East Tennessee 1779 - 1796
A poster like presentation of the combined maps of each of the original eleven counties of Tennessee. Each of the original boundaries are superimposed onto a contemporary map of the State. This poster contains the maps MP-CR29 to MP-CR35 all in one place. Full color.
Size: 17" x 22"
MP-CR36, $20.00   

HAWKINS COUNTY TN
The original county boundaries as of 1790 imposed onto a contemporary map of the State. Full color.
Size: 11" x 17"
MP-CR37, $10.00   

THE COUNTIES OF THE STATE OF FRANKLIN - 1788
The eight original counties in what was to become Tennessee were Sullivan, Wayne, Washington, Spencer, Greene, Caswell, Sevier and Blount. Their original boundaries are superimposed onto a contemporary map of the State. Full Color.
MP-CR48, $10.00   

Western Settlements
Early settlements in Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, North Carolina and Virginia in 1775-1785.
MP-0083, $2.50   

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