This Knox County map hangs on the walls inside the Knox County Archives. Its origins and details of publication are unknown to us, but it can be determined that it was created sometime between 1870 and 1878 based on the existing Civil Districts and information determining when each was created found in the Knox County Court Minute Books.
The popular 1895 Vance, Coffee and Pill Map of Knox County has been digitized and made available for viewing at the Library of Congress website. This map can be viewed onsite or downloaded to your personal computer for viewing at home.
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