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NC:NASH::WELLSBRINKLEY:1919

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WordPress Post ID: 4706
Map ID: cdla227
Short title: NC:NASH::WELLSBRINKLEY:1919
Description: Map of Nash County North Carolina Prepared by direction of the County Commissioners and the Board of Education from actual surveys 1918-19 by Wells and Brinkley engineers. Map shows the boundaries of townships and school districts, locations of individual schools (including African American schools), churches, houses, bridges, swamps, power plants, municipalities and unincorporated communities, as well as roads, railroads, streams, stores, and other physical and cultural features in the county. Railroads shown include the Atlantic Coast Line, Tar River Lumber Company Tram Road, and the Montgomery Lumber Co. RailroadA legend and tables showing the estimated population of the county as of July 1, 1918 and the area of townships in square miles are found in the lower right corner. Townships shown include Griffin, North Whitakers, South Whitakers, Castalia, Nashville, Stony Creek, Rocky Mount, Oak Level, Coopers, Manning, Dry Wells, Bailey, and Jackson.
URL: http://www.lib.unc.edu/dc/ncmaps/interactive/maps/MC_69_1919w/{z}_{x}_{y}.png
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Credits: UNC/CDLA (Chien-Yi Hou)
N,S,E,W Bounds: 36.2394, 35.6921, -77.6659, -78.2825
Min/Max Zoom: 7/15
Inverse Y-axis: FALSE

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