Detailed 1914 Maps Of Chattanooga Now Available Online

  • Friday, October 7, 2022

Anyone with internet access can now explore maps from 1914 featuring details of Chattanooga and

surrounding areas.


Sam Hall, the curator of made the content available after months of digitization. The large book was originally owned by Patrick William St.

Charles Sr. (1905-1982). His grandson, Tony St. Charles loaned the 80 page tome so it may be shared with others.


The latest release is part of a growing collection of local historical resources launched in 2014. Mr. Hall said, “My ongoing goal is making Chattanooga area historic photos and related research documents available and interactive online.” features hundreds of pages with unique high resolution photos dating from

1865 through the 1980s. The site has grown to become the area’s largest repository of accessible

Chattanooga history.


Visit to explore for yourself.

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