Revealing lynching sites in North Carolina



Map Information
WordPress Post ID: 4535
Map ID: cdla56
Short title: NC:CARTERET::SOIL:1935
Description: Printed in colors coded to soil types. Inset of Core Banks, Portsmouth Island. Map shows churches, pocosins, lighthouses, coast guard stations, ferries, schools, cemeteries, highways, and railroads including the North Carolina Railroad and Norfolk Southern. Top of map: "U.S. Department of Agriculture Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. Henry G. Knight, Chief. Soil Survey Division, Charles E. Kellogg, Chielf. North Carolina Department of Agriculture, W.A. Graham, Commissioner. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, R.Y. Winters, Director. C.B. Williams, in Charge Soil Survey." Bottom of map: "W. Edward Hearn, Inspector, District 2. Soils surveyed by S.O. Perkins, in charge, and M.W. Beck, U.S. Department in Agriculture and E.F. Goldston, J.A. Sutton and William Gettys, North Carolina, Department of Agriculture and North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station. Base Map in Part from U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey Charts. Lith. A. Hoen & Co., Inc. Field Operations Bureau of Chemistry and Soils, 1935."
Credits: UNC/CDLA (Chien-Yi Hou)
N,S,E,W Bounds: 35.1048, 34.5488, -76.2358, -77.1861
Min/Max Zoom: 6/15
Inverse Y-axis: FALSE

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