7 results, ordered by Publication Date

Chart of South Carolina-Georgia coast, rushed into print for the Civil War?

A trove of information, this chart includes immensely detailed soundings; navigational hazards; navigational aids such as lighthouses and light ships; and sailing directions. Also provided is detailed topographical and cartographical information on the adjacent coastal regions, at times extending well inland. An earlier version of this chart printed on thin paper were bound in the Report […]

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[Lith. of Julius Bien], Map of the Rebel Fortifications at Columbus Ky. Surveyed under the direction of Brig. Genl. Geo. W. Cullum Chief of Staff & Engineers Dept. of the Mississippi. [New York? 1862.]

Union map of Confederate Fortifications at Columbus Kentucky (1862)

Rare plan showing the Confederate fortifications at Columbus, Kentucky, a focal point of action in the Western Theatre early in the Civil War. Located on the east bank of the Mississippi, Columbus offered a strategic location, with high bluffs overlooking the river and lying at the northern terminus of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. It […]

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Lith. by A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore, MAP OF APPOMATTOX COURT HOUSE AND VICINITY. Showing the relative positions of the Confederate and Federal Armies at the time of General Lee’s Surrender, April 9th, 1865. Baltimore: Henderson & Co., 1866.

Rare map of the positions at Lee’s surrender at Appomattox

A most attractive and unobtainably rare map of the Confederate and Union positions at Appomattox Court House on April 9, 1865, the date on which Robert E. Lee surrendered of the Army of Northern Virginia. By early April 1865 Lee’s army had been whittled down by battle, sickness, hunger and desertion to fewer than 30,000 […]

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