Revealing lynching sites in North Carolina



Map Information
WordPress Post ID: 4550
Map ID: cdla71
Short title: NC:CLAY::SOIL:1935
Description: Printed in colors coded to soil types. Relief shown by hachures. Map shows churches, schools, Civilian Conservation Corps camps, county homes, townships, cemeteries, power lines, highways, and mountains. Also shown are portions of the Nantahala National Forest. Townships shown include Tusquittee, Shooting Creek, Hayesville, Hiwassee, Brasstown, Sweetwater. Top of map: "U.S. Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. Henry G. Knight, Chief. Soil Survey Division, Charles E. Kellogg, Chief. 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, U.S. Department of Agriculture, in charge, and William Gettys and E.F. Goldston, North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station. Lith. A. Hoen & Co. The Tennessee Valley Authority, as one of the Cooperating Agencies, Supplied a Part of the Funds and Materials Used in this Survey. Base Map in Part from T.V.A. Planimetric Maps. Field Operations, Bureau of Chemistry and Soils, 1933."
Credits: UNC/CDLA (Chien-Yi Hou)
N,S,E,W Bounds: 35.178, 34.9649, -83.461, -84.0239
Min/Max Zoom: 10/15
Inverse Y-axis: FALSE

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