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[Photograph of Lee Turney's Childhood Home]

Description: Photograph of a two-story, wooden house, partially visible through tall trees, past a short, three-beam wooden fence. An overgrown field lies between the fence and the trees around the house. A handwritten note at the bottom of the photo indicates the house is a home where a man named Lee Turney grew up in Tennessee.
Date: unknown
Partner: Murphy Historical Society Inc.

Topographical sketch of the environs of Nashville, Tennessee surveyed in the months of March 1862 and Sept. and Dec. 1863 for the information of the Armies of the Ohio and Cumberland under the direction of Capt. N. Michler Corps of Topographical Engrs. U.S.A. by Major John E. Weyss, Capt. J. Earhart and Lieut. [George] Greenwood.

Description: Map shows Nashville, Tennessee common roads, turnpikes, railroads, structures, and land owners' names for the area south of the city during the American Civil War. Includes legend. Scale [1:63,360].
Date: 1863
Creator: Weyss, J. E.
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

The tourist's pocket map of the state of Tennessee exhibiting its internal improvements, roads, distances, &c.

Description: Map shows counties, railroads, "stage roads," and towns in Tennessee during the mid-nineteenth century. Includes legend, "principal stage routes" and stations, and steamboat routes. Insets: Vicinity of Nashville--Vicinity of Knoxville. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:1,930,000] and [ca. 1:950,400].
Date: 1847
Creator: Young, J. H. (James Hamilton)
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Soil map, Tennessee, Pikeville sheet.

Description: Map shows county lines, towns, roads, railroads, and soil types for Bledsoe County and parts of Rhea, Van Buren, and Cumberland counties. Relief shown by contours. Scale [1:63,360].
Date: 1903
Creator: United States Bureau of Soils
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Soil map, Tennessee, Davidson County sheet.

Description: Map shows early twentieth century soil composition, roads, railroads, the city of Nashville and other towns, ferries, and the course of the Cumberland River through Davidson County, Tennessee. Includes soil profile and legend. Scale [1:63,360].
Date: 1903
Creator: United States Bureau of Soils
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

South Mountain showing the positions of the forces of the United States and of the enemy during the battle fought by the Army of the Potomac : Under the command of Major General G.B. McClellan, Sept . 14th 1862.

Description: Map shows roads, buildings, landowners, troop locations and movements during military operations in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Tennessee. Includes notes. Relief shown by form lines. Scale [ca. 1:18,000].
Date: 1872
Creator: United States Topographical Bureau
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

South Mountain showing the positions of the forces of the United States and of the enemy during the battle fought by the Army of the Potomac : Under the command of Major General G.B. McClellan, Sept . 14th 1862.

Description: Map shows roads, buildings, landowners, troop locations and movements during military operations in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Tennessee. Includes notes. Relief shown by form lines. Scale [ca. 1:18,000].
Date: 1872
Creator: United States Topographical Bureau
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Bermuda Hundred [Virginia]: From surveys under the direction of Bvt. Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Maj. of Engineers and Bvt. Lieut. Col. P.S. Michie, Capt. of Engineers, by command of Bvt. Maj. Genl. A.A. Humphreys, Brig. Genl. & Chief of Engineers.

Description: Map shows location of Union and Confederate forces, names of some landowners, building locations, roads, railroads, vegetation, and military posts along the James and Appomattox Rivers. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [1:42, 240].
Date: 1867
Creator: Michler, N. (Nathaniel), 1827-1881
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Soil map, Tennessee. Clarksville sheet .

Description: Map shows soil composition, district boundaries, cities, towns, post offices, roads, railroads and structure locations for Montgomery County. Includes soil profile and legend. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [1:63,360].
Date: 1901
Creator: United States Bureau of Soils.
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

A map of the Tennassee [sic] Government.

Description: Map shows late eighteenth century Tennessee Indian settlement boundaries, military outposts, and river fords. Includes references and descriptive text. Relief shown pictorially. Scale [1:1,393,920].
Date: 1795
Creator: Smith, Daniel, 1748-1818
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

North Carolina (western part, i.e., Tennessee)

Description: Map of Tennessee and the surrounding area at the time of the ratification of the Constitution, showing towns, roads, American-Indian reservations, rivers, creeks, and mountain ranges, with explanatory notes on road conditions. Map includes a legend in the lower-left corner and an inset map, titled "A Map of the United States of America," at the top of the map, below the title. The inset map designates Tennessee (marked as North Carolina) within the larger scope of the United States at the time. Relief shown pictorially. Scale [ca. 1:1,393,920] (22 miles to the inch).
Date: 1938
Creator: Smith, D.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Transcript of Letter from Maud C. Fentress to her son David - February 19, 1862]

Description: Transcript of a letter from Maud Fentress to her son David in which she sends news of the battle at Fort Donaldson, Tennessee. She gives her opinion of the news of the war and the generals. She says she longs to see the men drafted as there are men who are "loafing and drinking" who should be compelled to fight. She describes the capture of Confederate soldiers. She ends the letter with family news.
Date: February 19, 1862
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A Country Gal]

Description: Photograph of a woman in a light colored dress and a well used hat in a country setting. The woman is barefoot and is holding an axe; attempting to clip her toenails with the tool. In the middle ground of the photograph, a puppy can be seen. This photo is normally paired with the photo called "A City Gal" and the following poem. A city gal paints her toe nails And makes them look so swell A country gal just chops them off And lets them go to hell. hbss
Date: 194X
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[The Gate to Grandpa's Outhouse (3)]

Description: Photograph of three chickens in a field, taken at the Clark family farm Cumberland Gap, Tennessee during the 1950's. The gate leads to the outhouse which stands behind the chickens. This photo appears in the center of the Joe Clark, HBSS book “Early American Architecture. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS.
Date: unknown
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Bell with Chain]

Description: Photograph of a bell with an attached chain, perched on top of a wooden post. This photograph may have been taken in Lynchburg or Cumberland Gap, Tennessee in the 1950's.
Date: unknown
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Aunt China & Uncle Harv]

Description: Aunt China & Uncle Harv Joe Clark, HBSS, 1941 Cumberland Gap, Tennessee pictures that tell a story China and Harv spent their lives together in this two room log cabin. No electricity. No Central Heat. No indoor plumbing, but all together they had a lot. Joe Clark’s wife, Bernice, would often tell the story of her first trip outside of Michigan, her honeymoon with Joe, and the day and night they spent with Aunt China and Uncle Harv. “It was getting late and Joe and I retired to the spare room,” Bernice would start. “Aunt Chinahanded me a coal oil lantern and a feather down quilt. As I started to close the door to their spare room, Aunt China, sensing that I fet a long way from home, bent toward me and whispered, “Now Bernice, if there is anything you need while you are here, do not hesitate to ask. Because Harv and I can show you how to get along without it.” Photo by: Junebug Clark. Signed by: Joe Clark, HBSS Clark PhotoFile: 2191
Date: unknown
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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