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About this map

Map developed by members of the Madison County 4-H GeoTech Club:

  • Nezzie Covington
  • Anna Farlessyost
  • Will Farlessyost
  • AJ Jackson
  • Sierra Kindley
  • Cullen Owen
  • Morgan Owen
  • Sylas Owen
  • Drew Yost

Provider
Madison County 4-H GeoTech Club
Date created
2007
Location
North Carolina
License
This map copyright ©2007. All Rights Reserved

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  • North Carolina in the New Nation: Primary sources and readings explore North Carolina in the early national period (1790–1836). Topics include the development of state government and political parties, agriculture, the Great Revival, education, the gold rush, the growth of slavery, Cherokee Removal, and battles over internal improvements and reform. (Page 7.6)

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map of the Buncombe Turnpike

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The Buncombe Turnpike through North Carolina’s mountains was built between 1824 and 1828 along the Drovers’ Road, so called, because drovers used the road to lead herds of animals (droves) to market. The Turnpike was an important road until the 1880s, when a railroad was built along the same route. This map shows only the portion of the route.

This map was developed using GIS data in the summer of 2007.