Sullivan County Manuscript Collection 0074
Archives and History Division
Sullivan County Department of Archives and Tourism
3425 Highway 126, Suite 100
Blountville, Tennessee 37617
William Henry Harrison Gaines Maps Collection
Sullivan County Manuscript Collection 0074.
William Henry Harrison Gaines
Material in English.
Archives and History Division, Sullivan County Department of Archives and Tourism, Blountville, Tennessee.
Maps were donated by Charles L. Newland, Kingsport, TN.
The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted materials.
Shelia Steele Hunt processed the collection and developed the finding aid in September 2008.
ACCESS AND RESTRICTIONS
There are no restrictions on use of this manuscript collection for research purposes. It is the responsibility of the individual user to ascertain copyright restrictions, obtain permissions and to prepare proper citation and credit statements. The researcher assumes all legal responsibility for observing laws of copyright and common law literary rights.
This collection should be cited as:
William Henry Harrison Gaines Maps. MSS 0074, Archives and History Division, Sullivan County Department of Archives and Tourism, Blountville, Tennessee.
SCOPE AND CONTENT
The William Henry Harrison Gaines Maps Collection is comprised of two (2), undated historic maps for Sullivan County. One map is a map of early schools, and the other a map of early post offices. The maps are believed to have been made circa 1900, as they were used by William Henry Harrison Gaines who died in 1910.
William Henry Harrison Gaines (1836-1910) was born in the Arcadia section of Sullivan County, Tennessee to John Strother Gaines and Letitia Dalton Moore. William married in 1887 to Maria A. Seneker (1853-1934), and he served as a postmaster in the county.
Post offices--Tennessee--Sullivan County--c. 1900.
1. Map, approx. 10” x 26-3/4”, Sullivan County, Tennessee schools, c.1900.
Map, approx. 27” x 54”, Sullivan County, Tennessee post offices, c.1900.
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