Civil War Maps and Drawings
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|Jetersville and Sailors Creek. [1865
||Lloyd's new county map of the United States and Canadas showing battle fields, railroads, &c., compiled from the latest goverment surveys & other reliable & official sources, drawn and engraved by Schonberg & Co., New York.
||Lloyd's map of the lower Mississippi River from St. Louis to the Gulf of Mexico; compiled from Government surveys in the Topographical Bureau, Washington, D.C.
|Line of rebel works, Smith's Island, N.C. Evacuated January 16th, 1865. Taken possession of by naval and military forces January 17th, 1865. Surveyed by J. S. Bradford, U.S. Coast Survey, A.D.C. to Admiral D. D. Porter
||LLoyd's new map of the Mississippi River from Cairo to its mouth
||The key to East Virginia showing the exact relative positions of Fortress Monroe, Rip Raps, Newport News, Sewalls [sic] Point, Norfolk, Gosport Navy Yard and expressing the soundings of every part of Hampton Roads & Elizabeth River
|Map of Appomattox Court House and vicinity. Showing the relative positions of the Confederate and Federal Armies at the time of General R. E. Lee's surrender, April 9th 1865.
||Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Georgia.
||Lloyd's new military map of the border & southern states; drawn by Edward S. Hall.
|J. H. Colton's topographical map of the seat of war in Virginia, Maryland &c.
||J. H. Colton's topographical map of North and South Carolina. A large portion of Georgia & part of adjoining states. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1861 by J.H. Colton.
||J. H. Colton's map of the southern states. Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. Showing also part of adjoining states & territories locat
|Interesting bird's eye view of the seat of war. Showing parts of the states of Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and North Carolina; and also the coast line from Cape Henry to Fort Pickens, with the United States blockading fleet.
||Ideal map of Gettysburg battlefield
||History of the Civil War in the United States, 1860-1865
|Key West harbor and its approaches.
||Map illustrating the defence of Savannah, Ga. and the operations resulting in its capture by the army commanded by Maj. Genl. W. T. Sherman. Dec. 21st 1864
||(No. 2) Map of the battlefield of Antietam
|Map of Amherst Co. Virginia
||Map of Allatoona, New Hope Church and vicinity.
||Map of Albemarle County, north of the Virginia Central Railroad, and a portion of Augusta County along the south fork of the Shenandoah River].
|Map illustrating the operations of the U.S. forces against Vicksburg.
||Map illustrating the operations of the Seventh Division under Brig. General G. W. Morgan at Cumberland Gap, Tennessee, during a portion of the year 1862
||Lloyd's new map of the United States, the Canadas and New Brunswick, from the latest surveys, showing every railroad & station finished to June 1863, and the Atlantic and Gulf coasts from the United States Superintendant's official reports of the Coast Su
|Map illustrating the first epoch of the Atlanta Campaign :
||Lloyd's new map of the United States, the Canadas, and New Brunswick, from the latest surveys showing every railroad & station finished to June 1862 and the Atlantic and Gulf coasts from the United States Superintendent's official reports of the Coast Sur
||Map and directory of Camp Patterson Park [Baltimore, Maryland] One Hundred and Tenth Regiment of New York Volunteers. Col. D. C. Littlejohn, commanding
|Magnus's county map of the United States, showing the forts, railroads, canals, and navigable waters. Published to trace the progress of operations by the government, as they occur, during the War of the Rebellion.
||Lloyd's topographical map of Georgia from state surveys before the war showing railways, stations, villages, mills, &c.
||Lloyd's official map of the state of Kentucky compiled from actual surveys and official documents, showing every rail road & rail road station with the distances between each station. Also the counties and county seats, cities, towns, villages, post offic
We proudly offer this extensive collection of Historic Civil War Maps. Maps in this collection include various references of reconnaissance, field sketches, troup activities, fortifications and other activity during the country's Civil War era. Please note many maps are hand drawn from the field.
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