The Retrospect’s Nashville History Map guides you back in time for a new perspective on Music City.
One side features the exquisitely-detailed map of downtown Nashville from 1908, highlighted with 25 vintage colorized postcards and photos. Read the history of long-gone buildings, as well as those still standing, and see how the city looked over 100 years ago.
The reverse side features a self-guided walking tour of downtown. Twenty sites along the route are described with fascinating stories and historic images. Allen Forkum, editor of The Nashville Retrospect, relates his favorite tales, from the tragic to the amazing, in “A Storied Path.”
Whether you’re visiting the city or want to know more about your home town, The Retrospect’s Nashville History Map is for you. The map is 30" x 22" and ships folded. For a limited time, the $10 price includes shipping and taxes, so order yours today:
Find all of this and more in The Retrospect’s Nashville History Map.
“The map is GORGEOUS! The quality of the printing and the images are superb! I like the choices of places to highlight.”
—Dr. Carole Bucy, Davidson County Historian and Professor of History at Volunteer State Community College
“Fabulous! The design of the Nashville History Map is a work of art in itself. An invaluable, eye-catching keepsake.”
—Mike Slate, Nashville historian
“It is quite informational, well-designed, and attractive. The inclusion of the sit-ins, the Freedman's Bank, etc., displays the diversity of the history of the city. Good history lesson.”
—Dr. Bobby Lovett, author and Emeritus Professor of History at Tennessee State University
“An incredible job!”
—Bill Carey, author and publisher of Tennessee History for Kids