Map: La Louisiane

Map La Louisiane
Hand colored. Relief shown pictorially. From the author’s Grosser atlas … [1734?] Includes historical notes and inset of “Les costes de la Louisiane depuis la baye de Ascension jusques acelle de S. Joseph.” Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.


One of the oldest cities in the United States, Mobile is the seat of Mobile County in the southwestern corner of Alabama along Interstate Highway 10, on the banks of the Mobile River.

As a port city, its influences were shaped by the varied cargoes and exotic travelers that constantly passed through.

Covington County Alabama Map


The Conecuh National Forest, established in 1935, covers a large portion of the southwestern corner of the county. The Conecuh River runs through the western area of the county, and its tributary, Patsaliga Creek, runs through the northwestern section.
Every year the town of Opp stages Oppfest, an arts and antiques festival held during the last weekend of October.

Map: Clarke County Alabama 1911

Portion of a 1911 Alabama map by Rand McNally. Locations shown include: Alameda, Allenm Alma, Atkeison P.OI., Atkinshon, Barlow Ben;d, Bashi, Campbell, Carlton, Chance, Chilton, Choctaw Bluff, Clarksville, Cobbville, Coffeeville, Damon, Dickinson, Eustis, Forestdale, Fulton, Gainestown, Glendon, Glover, Gosport, Grovehill, Jackson, Manila, McEntyre, Moirvin, Nealton, Nettleboro, Nichola, Opine, Peachock, Pouncey, Pugh, Rockville, Rural, Salitpa, Scyrene, Suggsville, Suggsville Station, Tallahatta Springs, Tattilaba, Thomasville, Walker Springs, West Bend, Whatley, Winn, Woodbluff

Calhoun County Alabama Map


Calhoun County is a county in the east central part of the U.S. state of Alabama. As of the 2010 census, the population was 118,572. Its county seat is Anniston. Calhoun County is home to two major military installations, the now-decommissioned Fort McClellan and Anniston Army Depot.

Map: Alabama 1842

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Morse’s North American atlas. Other Title
Morse’s cerographic maps
Contributor Names
Morse, Sidney E. (Sidney Edwards), 1794-1871. Breese, Samuel, 1802-1873. Harper & Brothers. Created / Published
New York : Harper & brothers, [1842-5]
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