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Blue-line.; Probably produced either by the Alabama Highway Department or the U.S. Bureau of Roads.; Originally dated 12-31-66. Original date lined through and 5-1-67 written above.; Shows roads open to public, under construction and preliminary location of future roads..
[no publication information given] (publisher)
1967
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February 14, 1942; Highway conditions, shown in red, indicate roads closed and detour necessary, roads under construction and detour advisable, and roads under construction and traffic maintained.; Rules of the road given in lower part of map.
Alabama State Highway Dept (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1942
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April 18, 1942; Highway conditions, shown in red, indicate roads closed and detour necessary, roads under construction and detour advisable, and roads under construction and traffic maintained.; Rules of the road given in lower part of map.
Alabama State Highway Dept (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1942
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In upper right margin: 22.; Prime meridian: Washington.; Relief shown by hachures.; The state capital, which moved to Montgomery in 1846, is shown to be at Tuscaloosa.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; Includes legend.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in ... 1846 by H.N. Burroughs... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; Decorative border.
S.A. Mitchell (publisher)
Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868. (creator)
Burroughs, H. N. (contributor)
1846
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Variant title: Alabama highways, Civil War centennial, 1861-1961.; Panel title: Alabama Civil War centennial official highway map, 1961.; Includes 7 inset maps, text, and color illustrations.
Alabama State Highway Dept (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1961
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Lists "Approximate mileages for principal through routes"; Shows types of paving used on state and county roads.; Shows approximate population of cities and towns in 1920 census.
State Highway Department] (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1929
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Inset: Approximate mileage for principal through routes.; On verso: Interesting trips through Alabama: historic points along the highways / by Peter A. Brannon -- Important rules: rules and regulations governing road patrol duty, to which the attention of the public is especially called -- Index: principal cities & towns -- Road numbers.; Copyright, General Drafting Co., In., 6 Church St., New York
State Highway Commission (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
Brannon, Peter A. (Peter Alexander), 1882-; General Drafting Company. (contributor)
1930
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Mileage table, indexes to cities and counties in Alabama and Mississippi, and advertisements on verso.
General Drafting Co (publisher)
Standard Oil Company. (creator)
General Drafting Company. (contributor)
1933
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On verso: "Alabama, rich in scenic beauty and natural resources, welcomes you" (with 12 illus.); Important rules; Index, principal cities & towns.; Copyright, General Drafting Co., Inc., 21 West St., New York
State Highway Commission (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
General Drafting Company. (contributor)
1934
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February 14, 1942; Highway conditions, shown in red, indicate roads closed and detour necessary, roads under construction and detour advisable, and roads under construction and traffic maintained.; Rules of the road given in lower part of map.
Alabama State Highway Dept (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1940
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Includes legend, color illustrations, index to cities and towns, and mileage chart.; Insets: Principal highways of the southeastern states traverse Alabama -- Mobile -- Gadsden -- Birmingham -- Montgomery.; Text, color illustrations and panel on verso.
Alabama State Highway Dept (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1941
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Title at head of map: Alabama.; Illustrated with text on verso.; Includes index, city maps of Montgomery,Mobile, Birmingham, Gadsden and Tuscaloosa.; Indicates type of surface on state highways and county roads.
State Highway Department (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1953
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Includes legend, color illustrations, and mileage chart.; Insets: Mobile -- Tuscaloosa -- Anniston -- Birmingham -- Montgomery -- Gadsen -- Huntsville.; Panel title: Alabama, take a fun break!; Text, color illustrations and panel on verso.
Alabama State Highway Dept (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1970
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"Status of construction as of May 1973."; Includes index, mileage diagram, table of state parks and facilities, inset maps of: Birmingham -- Montgomery -- Tuscaloosa -- Gadsden -- Huntsville -- Anniston -- Mobile.; Text, tourist information, and color ill. on verso.
Alabama Highway Dept (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. Division of Surveying and Mapping. (creator)
1973
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"Status of construction as of January 1977."; Includes index, mileage diagram, table of state parks and facilities, inset maps of: Birmingham -- Montgomery -- Tuscaloosa -- Gadsden -- Huntsville -- Anniston -- Mobile.; Text, tourist information, and color ill. on verso.
Alabama Highway Dept (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. Division of Surveying and Mapping. (creator)
[1977]
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Information regarding paving conditions, mileage, tourist attractions, etc.; Not the map printed for public distribution.; January 1979.
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1979
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1997/98 ed.; "Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration."; Includes index, distance chart, local route maps, recreation directory, and tourist information.
Alabama Dept. of Transportation (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. Division of Surveying and Mapping. (creator)
1997
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Prime meridian: Washington.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; In upper right margin: 22.; Includes legend.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in ... 1850 ... in ... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; Decorative border.; Choctaw County, established in 1847, is shown; Hancock County, created 1850, is not.
Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co (publisher)
Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co. (creator)
Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868. (contributor)
1850
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Prime meridian: Washington.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; In upper right margin: 22.; Includes legend.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in ... 1850 ... in ... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; Decorative border.
Published by Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co (publisher)
Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co. (creator)
Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868. (contributor)
1853
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Prime meridian: Washington.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; In upper right margin: 22.; Includes legend.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in ... 1856 by Charles Desilver, in ... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; Decorative border.
Published by Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co (publisher)
Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co. (creator)
Desilver, Charles (contributor)
1856
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Relief shown by hachures.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1841 by H.S. Tanner in the ... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; In upper margin: Tanner's universal atlas. 18; Prime meridian: Washington.
H.S. Tanner (publisher)
Tanner, Henry Schenck, 1786-1858. (creator)
Brose, W. (contributor)
1841
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In upper right margin: 22.; Prime meridian: Washington.; Relief shown by hachures.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; Coffee County, established in 1841, is shown.; Includes legend.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in ... 1841 ... in H.S. Tanner... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; Decorative border.
S.A. Mitchell (publisher)
Tanner, Henry Schenck, 1786-1858. (creator)
Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868. (contributor)
1846
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In upper right margin: 22.; Prime meridian: Washington.; Relief shown by hachures.; The state capital, which moved to Montgomery in 1846, is shown correctly.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; Includes legend.; Decorative border.; Unlike another 1846 edition, this map has no copyright statement.
S.A. Mitchell (publisher)
Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868. (creator)
1846
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"Tanner's Universal Atlas" in center top margin.; In upper right margin: 22.; Prime meridian: Washington.; Relief shown by hachures.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; Includes legend.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in ... 1841 ... in H.S. Tanner... Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; Decorative border.; Although not published until 1844, this map's information predates others issued with same copyright date. It shows counties created from Creek and Cherokee lands in 1836, but does not include Coffee County created in 1841.
Published by Carey & Hart (publisher)
Tanner, Henry Schenck, 1786-1858. (creator)
Brose, W. (contributor)
1844
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Relief shown by hachures.; Prime meridian: Washington.; Steamboat routes with mileage on left side of map.; "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1857 by Charles Desilver in the Clerks office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania."; Decorative border.; 22
Published by Charles Desilver (publisher)
Mitchell, S. Augustus (Samuel Augustus), 1792-1868. (creator)
Desilver, Charles (contributor)
1857
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Title at head of map: Alabama highways.; Panel title: 1936 Official highway map State of Alabama; Illustrated with text on verso.; Includes index, city maps of Montgomery,Mobile, Birmingham, Gadsden and map showing principal highways of the southeast in margins.; Indicates type of surface on state highways and county roads.; "Copyright, 1935 by State Highway Department of Alabama
State Highway Department (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1936
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Shows completed projects, type of paving, projects under construction, existing roads upon which state has done no work, and projected highways.; Includes information about the "Federal Road System in Alabama".; Data corrected to Jan. 1, 1927
State Highway Department of Alabama (publisher)
Alabama. Department of Transportation. (creator)
1927
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Title at head of map: Alabama highways.; Illustrated with text on verso.; Includes index, city maps of Montgomery,Mobile, Birmingham, Gadsden and map showing principal highways of the southeast.; Indicates type of surface on state highways and county roads.; "Copyright, 1937 by State Highway Department of Alabama; Drawn by A.S. Kraus
State Highway Department (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1937
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Published between 1923 and 1926, the period of W.S. Keller's administration as State Highway Engineer.; Shows types of road surfaces, county boundaries, county seats, towns & villages, state capital, and waterways.
State Highway Department (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1923
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Relief shown by hachures.; Directory of Chief Cities on left margin.; Directory of Railroads operating in Alabama printed in red at bottom. Location of each is indicated by numbers printed in red on map.; Inset: Birmingham and vicinity. Scale 1 inch = 5 miles.; Base map is The Rand McNally new commercial atlas map of Alabama.; Map extends into surrounding states.; Prime meridian: Greenwich.; Verso is a shaded reproduction of map with primary roads over printed in red.; Verso map divided into 10 mile squares.
Rand, McNally & Co (publisher)
Rand McNally and Company. (creator)
1912
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Relief shown by hachures.; Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.; Decorative border.; No. XXVI; Information on the map indicates that it was engraved prior to the publication of the atlas as it lacks information past 1870.
Taintor Bros & Merrill (publisher)
Taintor Brothers & Merrill. (creator)
1870
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Text and ads on verso.; Verso: index of cities with 1930 census information.
Mid-West Map Co (publisher)
Mid-West Map Company. (creator)
[1933]
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Title at head of map: Alabama.; Illustrated with color photographs and text on verso.; Includes index.; Indicates type of surface on state highways.
State Highway Department (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1951
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January 1922; revised January 1924; Map shows sections, townships, and ranges.; Shows Paved Roads -- Metalled, Macadam or Gravelled Roads -- Graded Dirt, Top Soil, etc. Roads -- Dragged Ordinary Roads -- Private Roads.; Map notarized as being true and correct.; Compiled under the direction of C.J. Rogers, Highway Engineer.
Jefferson County Board of Revenue (publisher)
Jefferson County (Ala.). County Commission. (creator)
Rogers, C. J. (contributor)
1924
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Relief shown by hachures.; Directory of Chief Cities on left margin.; Directory of Railroads operating in Alabama printed in red at bottom. Location of each is indicated by numbers printed in red on map.; Inset: Birmingham and vicinity. Scale 1 inch = 5 miles.; Base map is The Rand McNally new commercial atlas map of Alabama.; Map extends into surrounding states.; Prime meridian: Greenwich.
Rand, McNally & Co (publisher)
Rand McNally and Company. (creator)
1914
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"November 1913" printed on map.; "Copyrighted October 1915 by the National Highways Associated, Washington, D.C."
National Highways Association. (creator)
Mulford, John C. (contributor)
1913
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Illustrated with text on verso.; Includes index, city maps of Montgomery, Mobile, Birmingham, Gadsden and map showing principal highways of the southeast.; Indicates type of surface on state highways and county roads.; "Copyright, 1937 by State Highway Department of Alabama.
State Highway Department (publisher)
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1938
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Relief shown by hachures.; "Made by the Texas Company".; Includes table of State and Federal gasoline taxes as of July 1st, 1936.; Includes index and 3 ancillary maps of Birmingham, Ala. Savannah, Ga. and Atlanta, Ga.; "Texaco road map Florida", "Cuba," "Texaco road map South Carolina and eastern Georgia" and index on verso.; The Harrison Collection of Florida Road Maps, University of South Florida, holds editions of this map for 1933, 1934, 1935 and 1936.
The Company (publisher)
Texaco, Inc. (creator)
Texas Company. (contributor)
[1936]
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Relief shown by hachures and spot heights.; Includes index, text and color illustrations.; "X. 3619."; Mileage table, text, color illustrations, map of "Birmingham and vicinity," and "Road map of Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida" on verso.; Map extends into surrounding states.
Rand McNally and Company, (creator)
Gulf Oil Corporation, (contributor)
[1941]
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Title at head of map: Alabama highways.; Illustrated with text on verso. Illustrations include a "War Speed" limit sign.; Includes index, city maps of Montgomery, Mobile, Birmingham, and map showing principal highways of the southeast.; Indicates type of surface on state highways and county roads.; Drawn by A.S. Kraus.
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1943
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Population figures given date the map between the 1920 and 1930 censuses.; Legend. Pole Markings.
Clason Map Co. (creator)
[1925?]
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Title at head of map: Alabama highways.; Illustrated with text on verso.; Includes index, city maps of Anniston, Gadsden, Montgomery, Mobile, Birmingham, and Tuscaloosa.; Indicates type of surface on state highways and county roads.; Includes chart of mileage between principal points.; Printed by The Paragon Press, Montgomery..
Alabama. State Highway Department. (creator)
1942
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January 1927; revised to Jan. 1952.; Map shows sections, townships, and ranges.; Shows Paved Roads -- Metalled, Macadam or Gravelled Roads -- Graded Dirt, Top Soil, etc. Roads -- Dragged Ordinary Roads -- Private Roads - County Property - Government Property.; Map notarized as being true and correct.; Compiled under the direction of C.J. Rogers, Highway Engineer.
Jefferson County Commission (publisher)
Jefferson County (Ala.). County Commission. (creator)
Rogers, C. J. (contributor)
1952
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January 1927; revised to Jan. 1953.; Map shows sections, townships, and ranges.; Shows Paved Roads -- Metalled, Macadam or Gravelled Roads -- Graded Dirt, Top Soil, etc. Roads -- Dragged Ordinary Roads -- Private Roads - County Property - Government Property.; Map notarized as being true and correct.; Compiled under the direction of C.J. Rogers, Highway Engineer.
Jefferson County Commission (publisher)
Jefferson County (Ala.). County Commission. (creator)
Rogers, C. J. (contributor)
1953
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January 1927; revised to Jan. 1956.; Map shows sections, townships, and ranges.; Shows Paved Roads -- Metalled, Macadam or Gravelled Roads -- Graded Dirt, Top Soil, etc. Roads -- Dragged Ordinary Roads -- Private Roads - County Property - Government Property.; Map notarized as being true and correct.; Compiled under the direction of C.J. Rogers, Highway Engineer.
Jefferson County (Ala.). County Commission. (creator)
Rogers, C. J. (contributor)
1956
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Includes index to cities and counties.; Verso: mileage chart, inset maps of Mobile and Birmingham, and map of U.S. with mileage and driving time.
H.M. Gousha Company. (creator)
1956.
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Shows roads, railroads, towns, township grid, and counties.; Includes "explanation" key to colors used.; "Base compiled from the records of the U.S. Land Office. Free use has also been made of the Atlas sheets of the U.S. Geological Survey."
Geological Survey of Alabama. (creator)
Smith, Eugene Allen, 1841-1927.; McCalley, Henry, 1852-1904.; Squire, Joseph.; Gibson, A. M.; Langdon, Daniel W., Jr.; Johnson, Lawrence C.; Julius Bien & Co. (contributor)
1894
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Date taken from acquisitions record.; Map extends into surrounding states.; Prime meridian: Greenwich.; Key shows state capital, county seats, county boundaries, electric lines, railroads and principal highways.
Rand McNally and Company. (creator)
Rand McNally and Company. (contributor)
1915
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Date based on acquisition record. Forman served as Probate Judge 1935 - 1959.; Map shows sections, townships, and ranges.; Color code and text provides information regarding roads.
Saint Clair County (Ala.). County Commission. (creator)
Forman, Madison Ward.; Padgett, V. H. (contributor)
1945
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