Revealing lynching sites in North Carolina



Map Information
WordPress Post ID: 4502
Map ID: cdla23
Short title: NC:BERTIE::SOIL:1918
Description: Soil type is indicated on the map by color, and a legend in the upper right margin provides the key. An explanation of the symbols used to indicate topographical and cultural features also appears in the right margin. Map shows cities and towns, retail stores, roads, houses, landings, churches, schools, mills, swamps, pocosins, roads, and railroads, including the Seaboard Air Line Rail Road and the Atlantic Coast Line Rail Road. Top of map: "U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Soils, Milton Whitney, Chief. Curtis F. Marbut, In Charge Soil Survey. North Carolina Department of Agriculture, W.A. Graham, Commissioner. B.W. Kilgore State Chemist and Director Agricultural Experiment Station. C.B. Williams, Agronomist." Bottom of map: "W. Edward Hearn, Inspector, Southern Division. Soils surveyed by R.C. Jurney, of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, in charge, and S.O. Perkins, of the North Carolina Department of Agriculture. Snyder & Black, N.Y. Field Operations, Bureau of Soils, 1918."
Credits: UNC/CDLA (Chien-Yi Hou)
N,S,E,W Bounds: 36.2765, 35.7843, -76.6189, -77.343
Min/Max Zoom: 7/15
Inverse Y-axis: FALSE

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