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Extractions: Alabama Montgomery , "The Yellowhammer State". Alaska Juneau , "The Last Frontier". KIDS Arizona Phoenix , "The Grand Canyon State". KIDS Arkansas Little Rock , "The Natural State". California Sacramento , "The Golden State". Colorado Denver , "Centennial State". KIDS Connecticut Hartford , "Constitution State". KIDS Delaware Dover , "The First State". Florida Tallahassee , "The Sunshine State". KIDS Georgia Atlanta , "The Peach State". Hawaii Honolulu , "Aloha State". Idaho Boise , "The Gem State".
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Extractions: An important map of Tennessee, a turn of the century edition of the first American made map of the territory and the first map based on actual surveys, mostly the work of General Daniel Smith. Smith was one of the Virginia members on the 1779-80 Virginia-North Carolina border commission. Shortly after this he moved to Tennessee, where he spent the remainder of his life. The map was originally printed to accompany Daniel Smith book on Tennessee (1793) beginning around 1794, and was also inserted in Carey's edition of Guthrie's Geography Improved up to 1800. The map shows Tennessee as it was just after it became a state. Rivers, mountains, wilderness "Public Roads," and the few white settlements in the territory are shown. Also depicted are towns and lands of the native Americans. After Daniel Smith. "A Map of the Tennassee Government from the latest Surveys 1810." From E. Low's New Encyclopedia Another version of the Smith map of Tennessee. This map is probably printed from a plate first used for John Reid's landmark American Atlas in 1796. That map was drawn and engraved by Benjamin Tanner, closely copied from General Daniel Smith's map of Tennessee which was first issued in 1794. Tanner's version of the Smith map was used for John Payne's
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Extractions: Region Region indicates the geographical area to which the map pertains. Region information is hierarchical: There is a broad categorization, consisting of 20 categories, and then, for each map entry, there is a narrower region designation. Following is a list of the 20 broad geographic area categories. Notice that a few of these (Celestial, Globe and Miscellaneous) arent really geographic areas, but they are included to allow every item in the database to be assigned to a sensible broad category: Africa America Asia Atlantic Ocean Australia Canada Celestial Central America Europe Globe Hemisphere Indian Ocean Mediterranean Miscellaneous North America Pacific Ocean South America United States West Indies World Within each of these broad categories are a number of narrower regions. The level of detail in the narrow categories depends in part on the nature of the broad category. For example, for the broad category United States, the narrow category is typically either a state or several states, or a general geographic area, such as (WEST) For a map of a part of France (where the broad category will be Europe ), the narrow category might be "
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Extractions: Atlas of West Tennessee created by Gareth T. Turner and Whitney D. Durham About the Atlas of West Tennessee The Atlas Of West Tennessee (AWT) is a continuing project for geography students at The University of Tennessee at Martin. First conceptualized by Geoscience/Geography major Whitney D. Durham in Spring 2000 as a senior project, the AWT was originally intended to be a set of printed reference and thematic maps for use by K-12 social science educators. With the addition of fellow Geoscience/Geography major Gareth T. Turner, the scope of the atlas project expanded. Durham focused on developing reference and historical maps; Turner worked on the basic base map design, as well as the demographic and economic maps. During the Spring 2001 semester, Turner created this site. The design of the AWT seen here is based on his reviews and critiques of other on-line cartographic websites. The AWT will continue to evolve as other students at UT Martin contribute their own maps and as more recent data for the maps becomes available. Viewing and Printing the Atlas Maps All of the maps in the Atlas of West Tennessee are freely available to the public; in fact, we encourage you to use and share these maps with others!
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