Tennessee River 1802 - APSdigobj3462 ITEM #US1609030

Tennessee River 1802 - APSdigobj3462

From Tennessee River 1802, Tennessee
Published by Wilkinson, James, 1757-1825 in 1802

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Full Title: A sketch of the Muscle Shoals of the Tennessee River. Laid down from a Scale of two Computed Miles to the Inch. The Width of the River being doubled.; Creator: Wilkinson, James, 1757-1825; Date: 1802; Publisher: Unattributed; Contributor: Unattributed; Description: Color manuscript map of the Tennessee River.; Notes: Annotated: "N.B. The red dots mark the Canoe Track by which I descended. The black, note the deepest channel." John Vaughan, secretary of the American Philosophical Society, was asked by the Members to get "some further account of it for publication" from the donor. Brown replied on 10 June 1802 that the map "of the Muscle Shoals which you did me the favor to present to the Society, was taken under the direction of Gen[era]l Wilkinson who transmitted it to a friend together with a short description which unluckily was attached to a private confidential letter, from which his correspondent would not even suffer me to make an extract. Gen[era]l Wilkinson will no doubt supply the deficiency on his arrival at Philadelphia." ; Language: English; APS Digital ID: APSdigobj3462

Map Information

Full Title: Tennessee River 1802 - APSdigobj3462
Full Atlas Title: Tennessee River 1802
State: Tennessee
Location 1: North America
Location 2: United States, Tennessee
Publish Date: 1802
Publisher: Wilkinson, James, 1757-1825
Number Maps in the Atlas: 1
Map Original Width: 18.26"
Map Original Height: 23.66"
Item Number: US1609030
Collection: Historic Map Works Rare Historic Maps Collection
Image Quality: High quality scan of original that is perfect for printed fine-art quality reproduction.
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© American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA, USA

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