One of the earliest obtainable maps of Tennessee. Shows early counties, rivers, mountains, Indian Villages, military reservations and many topographical details. Nashville appears, as does Clerksville, although the primary detail in the map is along the major rivers. Delineates public roads, Indian Boundaries, Indian Towns and notes the width of rivers in yards. Wheat & Brun 657, based upon earlier maps by Reid and Carey. This map appeared in Volume IV of John Payne's New and Complete Universal Geography… published in New York by John Low at the Shakespeare Head, No. 332 Water-Street, in 1799. Following the publication of Carey's American Atlas in 1795, there were a small group of 18th Century works which included a complete set of state maps, including John Reid's American Atlas, Joseph T. Scott's Gazetteer, Carey's Pocket atlas and works by Jeddidiah Morse. This small group of maps and the few separately issued maps of the region, which are now virtually unobtainable, mark the beginnings of the indigenous cartographic publishing business in America, and are now highly soughtafter.