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Map of the State of Tennessee taken from survey by Matthew Rhea (1832) | by CahalanJones
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Map of the State of Tennessee taken from survey by Matthew Rhea (1832)

This is the best overall map of Tennessee in the early national period. It shows counties, stage roads, Indian boundary lines, old forts, Indian villages, mills, iron works as well as streams, settlements, ranges and sections in West Tennessee, a geological cross-section of the state, a chronological statement of Tennessee history, a statistical table on counties showing dates established, and the total population and principal exports of counties. View of Nashville shown. This map was published to accompany Eastin Morris' Tennessee Gazetteer in 1834. teva.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/collection/p15138coll23/i...

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Uploaded on August 24, 2019