North Carolina, Western -- Maps
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 80-71
Content Description The Bartram Trail Society organized for the purpose of marking a hiking trail which follows the route traveled by William Bartram on his exploratory journey through the South in 1773-1776. The Society uses Bartram's Journal as a guide for marking the trails.Most of the collection concerns the North Carolina Bartram Trail Society, but much of their efforts are coordinated with Bartram Trail societies in Georgia and Alabama. In addition to correspondence, the collection contains...
Dates: 1972 - 1979
Identifier: MSS 04-08
Scope and Contents The Appalachian Trail Conference. Guide to the Southern Appalachians: The Appalachian Trail from Virginia-Tennessee Line to Mt. Oglethorpe, GA. Publication No. 8. [First edition stamped on spine]. Washington, D.C.: 1937.Arnold Guyot. The Earth and Man; Lectures on Comparative Physical Geography, in its Relation to the History of Mankind. Boston: Gould and Lincoln, 1873.Gerald Broughton, Lowrey, Jr. “Benton MacKaye’s Appalachian Trail as a Cultural Symbol.” ...
Dates: 1860 - 2004
Identifier: SM 86-02
Content Description The collection consists of eleven (11) maps concerning the Cherokee Indians, especially that part of the Cherokee Nation in north Georgia in the 1830s. There is also a list of changes in Cherokee population and property holdings as reflected in the censuses of 1809 and 1824.
Dates: 1985 - 1986
Identifier: MSS 17-03
Content Description This collection contains papers and possessions from the estate of journalist and author John A. Parris (1914-1999). For biographical information on Parris, please see MSS 00-06 John Parris.
Dates: 1853 - 1996
Identifier: MSS 80-01
Scope and Contents Zebulon Weaver (1872-1948) was a lawyer and U.S. Representative from western North Carolina. He was born in the Weaverville area of Buncombe County, NC. He was educated in the local schools, including Weaver College, and also studied law at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Admitted to the bar in 1894, Weaver practiced law in Asheville, NC, prior to entering politics.Weaver served in the North Carolina House of Representatives (1907-1909) and the state Senate...
Dates: 1850 - 1960