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61 Civil War Maps of Connecticut, Washington DC, Florida, Ohio and WV

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This CD contains 61 rare historic maps and descriptive pages representing fascinating details about Connecticut, Washington DC,
Florida, Ohio and West Virginia
and its vicinity during the Civil War in MrSid format. This format allows you to see the entire map on your computer screen or drill down to see the smallest details. The original maps are often quite large, as much as 36" long or larger and quite detailed. With the MrSID software, you can manipulate the map to print the entire map in great detail or zoom into a portion of the map in full detail for viewing or printing. You could even bring the images to a local print shop to have the maps reprinted in their full size. (MrSID software is included on the CD.)

To give you a sample of the detail you can expect in these maps, here is an example based on a panoramic map of Washington, DC.

The table below shows the description and a small image of each map on this fascinating civil war history CD.

Connecticut

New Haven Harbor Founded upon a trigonometrical survey under the direction of F. R. Hassler, Superintendent of the survey of the coast of the United States. Triangulation by James Ferguson and Edmund Blunt, Assistants. Topography by C. M. Eakin, W. M. Boyce & J. Farley, Assistants. Hydrography by the party under the command of G. S. Blake, Lieut. U.S. Navy. Final reduction for engraving by Jno. B. Gluck, Draughtsman. Engraved by Sherman & Smith, N.Y. Electrotype copy no. 4 by S. Siebert, U.S.C.S. 1846. . United States Coast Survey. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, U.S. Coast Survey, 186-] NOTES Scale 1:30,000. Harbor chart annotated in red to show the sector of fire for guns situated at Oyster Point and Fort Hale, Connecticut. Information added to chart probably reflects the situation during the Civil War.
New Haven Harbor Founded upon a trigonometrical survey under the direction of F. R. Hassler, Superintendent of the survey of the coast of the United States. Triangulation by James Ferguson and Edmund Blunt, Assistants. Topography by C. M. Eakin, W. M. Boyce & J. Farley, Assistants. Hydrography by the party under the command of G. S. Blake, Lieut. U.S. Navy. Final reduction for engraving by Jno. B. Gluck, Draughtsman. Engraved by Sherman & Smith, N.Y. Electrotype copy no. 4 by S. Siebert, U.S.C.S. 1846. . United States Coast Survey. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, U.S. Coast Survey, 186-] NOTES [Scale 1:30,000]. Another copy with annotations. Harbor chart annotated in red to show the number and sectors of fire for guns situated at Oyster Point and Fort Hale, Connecticut. Guns at Oyster Point are numbered 1 to 5 and those at Fort Hale, 1 to 15. Information added to the chart probably reflects the situation during the Civil War.

Washington DC

Part of map of portions of the milit'y dept's of Washington, Pennsylvania, Annapolis, and north eastern Virginia / compiled in the Bureau of Topographical Eng'rs, War Department &c. Washington, D.C. Oct. 6th, 1862 ; copied in Engr. Bureau C.S.A. Sept. 6th, 1864 [by] Wm. L. Sheppard, Dftsmn. ; forwarded to Lieut. Genl. J.A. Early Sept. 6th 1864. . United States. Topographical Bureau. NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Shows Washington D.C. region, including western part of Maryland and northeastern Virginia. Does not show Pennsylvania with the exception of Gettysburg.
A map of Fairfax County, and parts of Loudoun and Prince William Counties, Va., and the District of Columbia / copied by J. Paul Hoffmann, Top'l. Office, A.N.Va. ; approved S. Howell Brown, 1st Lt. Engs. Troops, in chg. Topl. Dept. A.N.V., March 29th 1864. . Hoffmann, J. Paul. NOTES Relief show by hachures. Shows western Washington D.C. region, including fortifications and names of some residents. Title derived from Stephenson's Civil War maps, 1989.
Part of map of portions of the milit'y dep'ts of Washington, Pennsylvania, Annapolis, and north eastern Virginia / compiled in the Bureau of Topographical Eng'rs, War Department &c., July 1861. . United States. Topographical Bureau. OTHER TITLES Map of portions of the milit'y dep'ts of Washington, Pennsylvania, Annapolis and north eastern Virginia NOTES Relief shown by shading. Shows Washington D.C. region, including western part of Maryland and northeastern Virginia. Does not show Pennsylvania with the exception of Gettysburg. Probable Confederate copy of Bureau of Topographical Engineers original.
Distance maps. Map of the Atlantic states, showing 50 mile distances from Washington. Map of the battleground [at Manassas] showing 5 mile distances from Washington. Map of the Fortress Monroe, showing 1 mile distances from the fortress. . Louis Prang and Company. CREATED/PUBLISHED Boston c1861. NOTES Various scales. Imperfect. Left center portion is missing. Each map indicates forts, towns, railroads, and rivers. Insets: Position of forces at Bull Run. 8 x 8 cm.-Fortress Monroe, Old Point Comfort, Virginia. 8 x 8 cm. Population statistics given in side borders.
Map of the seat of war! . Louis Prang and Company. CREATED/PUBLISHED Boston c1861. NOTES Various scales. Containing a map of the vicinity of Washington, Baltimore, Harper's Ferry and Annapolis, with five mile distance lines from Washington. Map showing the railroad routes, coast lines and forts, between Boston and Norfolk harbor; map of Norfolk harbor, Fort Monroe and vicinity, with 1 mile distance lines from Ft. Monroe; Map of the vicinity of Richmond. Small map of the Atlantic states, showing the R.road connections; diagram of the camp at Cairo. Plan of Haper's Ferry! Portraits of Gen. B.F. Butler, the late Col. E. Ellsworth, &c.
Map of the seat of war! . Louis Prang and Company. CREATED/PUBLISHED Boston c1861. NOTES Another issue. Various scales. Containing a map of the vicinity of Washington, Baltimore, Harper's Ferry and Annapolis, with five mile distance lines from Washington. Map showing the railroad routes, coast lines and forts, between Boston and Norfolk harbor; map of Norfolk harbor, Fort Monroe and vicinity, with 1 mile distance lines from Ft. Monroe; Map of the vicinity of Richmond. Small map of the Atlantic states, showing the R.road connections; diagram of the camp at Cairo. Plan of Haper's Ferry! Includes portraits of Andrew Jackson and Gen. Winfield Scott rather than those of Gen. B. F. Butler and Col. E. Ellsworth.
Topographical map of the District of Columbia / surveyed in the years 1856 '57 '58 & '59 by A. Boschke ; engraved by D. McClelland, Washington, D.C. . Boschke, A. CREATED/PUBLISHED Washington : D. McClelland, Blanchard & Mohun, 1861. NOTES Partial cadastral map showing some householders' names, individual buildings, and vegetation. Relief shown by contours and hachures. Depths shown by contours and soundings. Also covers Virginia shoreline zone. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1861, by D. McClelland, Blanchard & Mohun, Hugh B. Sweeny, and Thos. Blagden, in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the District of Columbia." Oriented with north toward the upper left.
Catalogue of points of historic interest : [Washington D.C. and metropolitan area] / selected and marked by the Committee on Marking Points of Historic Interest for the Thirty-Sixth National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, Washington, 1902. . Grand Army of the Republic. Committee on Marking Points of Historic Interest. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington?] : The Committee, [1902?] NOTES Shows Civil War hospitals and fortifications. Panel title. Includes text, directory of committee members, and ill. Descriptive index to points of interest and directories on verso. Map showing location of war-time hospitals -- Map of fortifications and defenses of Washington.
Map of fortifications and defenses of Washington. . Hodasevich, R. A. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1865?] NOTES In left lower margin: Taken from a map issued by the War Department in 1865.
Map of the defences of Washington. . CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1865?] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. In lower margin below title: (From Atlas accompanying Official Records).
Potomac River (in four sheets): Sheet no. 4, from Indian Head to Georgetown From a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A. D. Bache, Superintendent of the survey of the coast of the United States. Triangulation by A. D. Bache, Supdt., C. Ferguson, C. Hosmer and C. H. Boyd, Sub-Assts. Topography by A. M. Harrison, C. M. Bache, Assts., J. Mechan, C. Hosmer and C. H. Boyd, Sub-Assts. Hydrography by the parties under the command of Lieut. comdr. T. S. Phelps, U.S.N. and C. P. Patterson Assis. Redd. drng. by H. Lindenkohl and L. Karcher. Engd. by A. Maedel and A. Petersen. 1864 . United States Coast Survey. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l.] 1864. NOTES Scale 1:40,000. "No. 391" in upper left corner of map. "Electrotype copy no. 1, by G. Mathiot, U.S.C.S." is printed in the upper margin. Information concerning lighthouses, tides, soundings, and the geographic coordinates of the Capitol dome is given in the lower right corner.
Map of portions of Virginia and Maryland, extending from Baltimore to Strasburg, and from Washington to Gettysburg, with concentric circles at 5-mile intervals centering on Washington and on Baltimore. . CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Date and title derived from Stephenson's Civil War maps, 1989.
Army map of the seat of war in Virginia, showing the battle fields, fortification, etc. on & near the Potomac River Drawn by J. G. Bruff. Lith. of P. S. Duval & Son, Philada. . Bruff, Joseph Goldsborough, 1804-1889. CREATED/PUBLISHED New York and Washn., D.C., J. Disturnell and Hudson Taylor, c1861. NOTES Scale ca. 1:183,000. Map of the Potomac River and vicinity from Harpers Ferry to Swan Point showing towns, roads, railroads, names and boundaries of counties, drainage, and relief by hachures. Principal Union and Confederate positions are marked by small flags or underlined in blue and red respectively. List of 33 forts defending Washington is in the right corner.
Topographical map of Virginia between Washington and Manassas Junction. . Magnus, Charles. CREATED/PUBLISHED New York, Chs. Magnus, [1861?] NOTES Scale ca. 1:270,000. Indicates Union and Confederate positions at "battle of Bull Run, July 21st 1861," Union encampments, towns, roads, the street pattern of Washington, railroads, rivers, and relief by hachures. Inset: Leesburg to Harpers Ferry. 4 x 5 cm. "Panoramic view of the fortifications around Washington" (12 x 20 cm.) appears above the map.
Map of n. eastern Virginia and vicinity of Washington / compiled in Topographical Engineers Office at Division Head Quarters of General Irvin Mc Dowell, Arlington, January 1th [sic] 1862, from published and manuscript maps corrected by recent surveys and reconnaissances ; engraved on stone by J. Schedler ... N.Y. . United States. Corps of Topographical Engineers. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1862] NOTES Shows forts and batteries in the District of Columbia and immediate vicinity. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings. At head of title: Surveys for military defences. "Additions & corrections for Rappahannock and Rapid Ann Rivers and their vicinity ..." added to data used in compilation.
Army map of the seat of war in Virginia, showing the battle fields, fortifications, etc. on & near the Potomac River. Drawn by J. G. Bruff. Lith. of P. S. Duval & Son, Philada. . Bruff, Joseph Goldsborough, 1804-1889. CREATED/PUBLISHED New-York and Washn., D.C., J. Disturnell and Hudson Taylor, 1862. NOTES Scale ca. 1:183,000. Map of the Potomac River and vicinity from Harpers Ferry to Swan Point showing towns, roads, railroads, names and boundaries of counties, drainage, and relief by hachures. Principal Union and Confederate positions are marked by small flags or underlined in blue and red respectively. List of 34 forts defending Washington is in the lower right corner.

Florida

Military map no. 54, prepared as basis for additional surveys prepared under direction of Capt. P. C. Hains, U.S.A., Act. Chief, Engineer Dept. of the Gulf. Drawn for stone by Helmuth Holtz. . Hains, Peter C. (Peter Conover), 1840-1921. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l.], Printed by W. Pro[bert, 1864?] NOTES Scale 1:380,160. General map of southern Alabama and West Florida showing roads, railroads, towns, drainage, and a few names of residents along the Tensaw River.
Preliminary chart of main entrance to Charlotte Harbor, Florida From a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A. D. Bache, Superintendent of the survey of the coast of the United States. Triangulations by Lieuts. J. C. Clark & W. R. Terrill, U.S.A. Assts. Topography by F. W. Dorr, C. Fergunson & C. T. Jardella, Sub-Assts. Hydrography by the party of E. Cordell, Acting asst. . United States Coast Survey. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, U.S. Coast Survey], 1863. NOTES Scale 1:40,000. From its Report of the Superintendent of the Coast Survey, showing the progress of the survey during the year 1864 (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1866). Map 28. "No. 28" in upper left corner. Inset: Sketch of Charlotte Harbor, Florida. Scale 1:400,000. 18 x 12 cm.
Preliminary chart of Escambia and Santa Maria de Galvaez [i.e., East] Bays, Florida From a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A. D. Bache, Superintendent of the survey of the coast of the United States. Triangulation and topography by F. H. Gerdes, Asst. Hydrography by the party under the command of Lieut. Comdg. T. S. Phelps. U.S.N. Assist. . United States Coast Survey. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, U.S. Coast Survey], 1861. NOTES Scale 1:30,000. United States Coast Survey, no. 489. General chart showing soundings and coast vegetation. Chart is based on "long[itude] east from Public Square, Pensacola."
Map of Fernandina region, Florida. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-?] NOTES Scale not given.
Sketch showing the positions of the beacons on the Florida reefs erected by Lieut. James Totten, U.S. Army, Assistant, U.S.C.S. . United States Coast Survey. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, U.S. Coast Survey, 1861] NOTES Scale 1:400,000. (Its no. 464) At head of title: U.S. Coast Survey, A. D. Bache, Supdt. "No. 464 price 15 cents" is printed in the upper margin. Inset: Plan of beacons devised by Lieut. James Totten, U.S. Army, Assistant, U.S.C.S. 29 x 16 cm.
Preliminary edition of general chart of the coast no. X, Sraits of Florida from Key Biscayne to Marquesas Keys From a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A. D. Bache, Superintendent of the survey of the coast of the United States. . United States Coast Survey. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, U.S. Coast Survey, 1862] NOTES Scale 1:400,000. From its Report of the Superintendent of the Coast Survey, showing the progress of the survey during the year 1863 (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1864). Map 14. "No. 14" is in the upper left corner.
Preliminary chart of western end of Florida Reefs including Tortugas Keys. . United States Coast Survey. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, U.S. Coast Survey], 1864. NOTES Scale 1:200,000. From its Report of the Superintendent of the Coast Survey, showing the progress of the survey during the year 1863 (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1864). Map 17. "No. 17" is the upper left corner. At head of title: U.S. Coast Survey, A. D. Bache, Supdt.
Key West harbor and its approaches. From a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A. D. Bache, Superintendent of the survey of the coast of the United States. Triangulation by J. E. Hilgard, Assistant. Topography by L. H. Adams, Sub-Asst. Hydrography by the party under the command of Lieut. John Rodgers, U.S. Navy Assistant. Redd. drng. by E. K. Knorr. Engd. by E. Yeager, E. F. Woodward, and H. M. Knight. Published 1855. . United States Coast Survey. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, U.S. Coast Survey], 1864. NOTES Scale 1:50,000. United States Coast Survey, no. 469. General chart of Key West and environs showing soundings, lights, channels, and island vegetation. Inset: Sub-sketch of Key West harbor. Scale 1:30,000. 19 x 17 cm. Includes sailing directions.
A correct map of Pensacola Bay showing topography of the coast, Fort Pickens, U.S. Navy Yard, and all other fortifications from the latest Government surveys. J. Weiss lith. . Weiss, Jacob. CREATED/PUBLISHED Philadelphia, Jacob Weiss, [186-] NOTES Scale ca. 1:62,000.
Sketch of Pensacola Navy Yard and Fort Pickens from U.S. coast surveys. By W. A. Williams, Civil Engineer. . Williams, W. A. CREATED/PUBLISHED Boston, L. Prang & Co., [186-] NOTES Scale ca. 1:31,000. Indicates fortifications, half-mile distance circles centered on Fort Pickens, beacons, roads and streets, vegetation, and a few soundings.
Preliminary chart of St. Augustine harbor, Florida Triangulation by B. Huger, Jr., Sub-Assist. Topography by F. W. Dorr, Sub-Assist. Hydrography by the party under the command of Lieut. Comdg. A. Murray, U.S.N. Assist. Redd. drng. by F. Fairfax & S. B. Linton. Engd. by E. H. Sipe & J. G. Thompson. Lith. of Bowen & Co., Philada. . United States Coast Survey. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, U.S. Coast Survey], 1862. NOTES Scale 1:30,000. From its Report of the Superintendent of the Coast Survey, showing the progress of the survey during the year 1862 (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1864). Map 33 At head of title: U.S. Coast Survey, A. D. Bache, Supdt. "No. 33" is in the upper left corner.
Birds eye view of Florida and part of Georgia and Alabama Drawn from nature and lith. by John Bachmann. . Bachmann, John. CREATED/PUBLISHED New York, John Bachmann, c1861. NOTES Scale not given. At top of map: Panorama of the seat of war. "Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1861 by John Bachmann." Tables of distances from Key West and Tallahassee appear in the lower margin. View of Florida and the environs showing towns, roads, railroads, forts, and rivers.
Northern part of Florida Drawn by H. Lindenkohl. Compiled and published at the United States Coast Survey Office, A. D. Bache, Superintendent. 1864. . Lindenkohl, Henry. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l.], United States Coast Survey Office, 1864. NOTES Scale 1:633,600. General map of northern Florida and southern Georgia extending from Altamaha Sound, Georgia, to 290 North lattitude.
St. Mary's River and Fernandina harbor, Florida From a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A. D. Bache, Superintendent of the survey of the coast of the United States. Triangulation by Capt. J. H. Simpson and Lieutenant A. W. Evans, U.S.A. Assistants. Topography by A. M. Harrison, Assistant. Hydrography by the party under the command of Lieut. S. D. Trenchard, U.S.N. Assist. 1857. Resurvey of bar by C. O. Boutelle, Asst. in 1862. Redd. drng. by P. Witzel. Engd. by A. Maedel and R. F. Bartle. Bowen & Co. lith., Philada. . United States Coast Survey. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, U.S. Coast Survey, 1862] NOTES Scale 1:20,000. From its Report of the Superintendent of the Coast Survey, showing progress of the survey during the year 1862 (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1864). Map 31. "No. 31" in the upper left corner.
Charts of Savannah River, Pensacola Bay, and Key West. Showing the positions of the several fortifications. From the United States Coast Survey From the United States Coast Survey. . Smith, Jim (Jim C.) CREATED/PUBLISHED New York, c1861. NOTES Scale not given. [1] Savannah River from U.S. Coast Survey. Scale ca. 1:63,360. 18 x 26 cm. [2] [Pensacola Bay] Scale ca. 1:80,000. 18 x 23 cm. [3] Chart of Key West, Florida. Scale ca. 1:125,000. 22 x 20 cm. Each chart indicates fortifications, place names, "line of 18 feet depth of water," and a few soundings.

Ohio

Bird's eye view of Camp Chase near Columbus, Ohio. Drawn by A. Ruger. . Ruger, A. CREATED/PUBLISHED Cin[cinnati] Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co. [186-] NOTES Perspective map not drawn to scale.
Camp Dennison : taken from Old Aunt Roady's Hill / drawn by Johnson in the Zouave Lt. Guard, Company A. . Johnson. CREATED/PUBLISHED Cincinnati : Gibson & Co. Lith., [186-] NOTES Bird's-eye view.
Map showing the military defences of Cincinnati, Covington and Newport Constructed under the direction of Brig. O. M. Mitchell, by Col. Charles Whittlesey in 1861: repaired and extended under the direction of Major Genl. H. G. Wright commanding Department of the Ohio, by Maj. J. H. Simpson, Chief Topogl. Engr. of the Dept. Bvt. Capt. W. E. Merrill, & Lieut. J. A. Tardy, Corps of Engs., and Col. Chas. Whittlesey, in 1862. Complied by order of Maj. Genl. H. G. Wright commanding Department of the Ohio, chiefly from surveys made under the direction of Maj. J. H. Simpson by W. H. Searles, G. A. Aschbach, O. P. Ransom, and J. R. Gillis, in Septr. & Octr. 1862. Published by authority of the Hon. the Sec. of War, in the office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army. . United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l.], office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1877. NOTES Scale ca. 1:16,000. Detailed map showing batteries and rifle pits, common and military roads, turnpikes, city streets and names, bridges, ferries, rural houses and names of some residents, drainage, vegetation, towns, and relief by hachures.
Army camp at Gaylord's Grove, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio / drawn by A. Ruger ... Ohio ; Beck & Pauli Lith., Milwaukee, Wis. . Ruger, A. CREATED/PUBLISHED Madison, Wis. : J. J. Stoner, [188-?] NOTES Perspective map not drawn to scale. LC copy annotated in pencil: Gaylord's Grove, Carihoga Falls, O., old army camp. LC copy imperfect: Pieces missing along edge. "Bird's-eye-view." Probably drawn by the author while serving in Ohio Volunteers during the Civil War.
View of Johnson's Island, near Sandusky City, O. Sketched by Edward Gould. . Gould, Edward. CREATED/PUBLISHED Cincinnati, O., Middleton, Strobridge & Co., lithographers c1865. NOTES Not drawn to scale. Perspective drawing showing fortifications, prison, buildings, and vegetation. Principal buildings are keyed by number to a list in the lower left corner.

West Virginia

Sketch of roads and streams in Highland County, Va., and Pendleton County, W. Va.. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Date, title and scale from Stephenson's Civil War maps, 1989. Pencil on paper mounted on cloth. Large ink blotches at right center.
Sketch of parts of Highland County, Va., and Pendleton County, W. Va.. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Includes notes and the names of a few landowners.
Map of parts of Highland County, Va., and Pendleton County, W. Va.. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861] NOTES Relief shown by hachures.
Map of the Shenandoah Valley. Hotchkiss, Jedediah, 1828-1899. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1862] NOTES Relief shown by form lines and hachures. Shows the Shenandoah Valley from Winchester to Staunton, and from the Blue Ridge to the Alleghany mountains, and includes the names of many residents. Drawn on a 3/4 in. grid.
Map of the State of Virginia compiled from the best authorities at the Coast Survey Office. A. D. Bache, Supdt. July 1863. Compiled by W. L. Nicholson. Lith by Chas. G. Krebs. . Nicholson, W. L. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l.], 1863. NOTES Scale ca. 1:887,040. General map of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and southern Pennsylvania showing cities and towns, roads, rivers, and relief by hachures. The map is overprinted in red to indicate railroads, the state name "West Virginia," and concentric circles centered on Richmond. Circles are at intervals of ten miles. A table of "Distances by Rail Roads" appears below the map title.
Map of the State of Virginia compiled from the best authorities, and printed at the Coast Survey Office. A. D. Bache, Supdt. May 1864. Compiled by W. L. Nicholson. . Nicholson, W. L. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l.], Lith. by Chas. G. Krebs., 1864. NOTES Scale ca. 1:887,040. General map of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and southern Pennsylvania showing cities and towns, roads, rivers, and relief by hachures. The map is overprinted in red to indicate railroads, the state name "West Virginia," and concentric circles centered on Washington, D.C. A table of "Distances by Railroads" appears below the map title.
Map of the lower Shenandoah Valley, Virginia / Eng. O[ffice, 2nd] Corps, A. N. Va., Sept 9th 1864. . Brown, Samuel Howell. CREATED/PUBLISHED 1864. NOTES Shows the Shenandoah Valley from the Potomac to the north to Front Royal and Strasburg to the south, including roads, drainage, railroads, and names of residents. Relief shown by shading.
Map of the State of Virginia compiled from the best authorities, and printed at the Coast Survey Office. A. D. Bache, Supdt. 1865. Compiled by W. L. Nicholson. Lith. by Chas. G. Krebs. . Nicholson, W. L. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l.], 1865. NOTES Scale ca. 1:887,040. General map of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and southern Pennsylvania showing cities and towns, roads, rivers, and relief by hachures. The map is overprinted in red to indicate railroads, the state name "West Virginia," and concentric circles centered on Richmond. Printed in blue are concentric circles centered on Washington, D.C. A table of "Distances by Railroads" appears below the map title.
Route of the New River R.R., 188-. . Hotchkiss, Jedediah, 1828-1899. CREATED/PUBLISHED [188-] NOTES Scale ca. 1:180,700.
Map of Virginia and neighboring states showing the location of battles in the Civil War 1861-1865. . Northrup, William P. CREATED/PUBLISHED Buffalo, N.Y., The Matthews-Northrup Works, c1912. NOTES Scale ca. 1:366,000. Map of eastern Virginia and parts of North Carolina, Maryland, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania, showing "battles in which New York regiments were engaged," "railroads at time of war," and "turnpikes and plank roads." Union states are colored yellow, and Confederate states are green.
Military reconnaissance in the vicinity of Gauley Bridge, Department of western Virginia, Brig. Genl. W. S. Rosecrans, comd'g., Sept. 11th to Nov. 15, 1861 By W. F. Raynolds, Capt. Top. Engr's., W. Margedant, O. V. [and] W. Angelo Powell, C. Engr. Published by authority of the Hon. the Secretary of War in the office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army. . Raynolds, W. F. (William Franklin), 1820-1894. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l.], office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1879. NOTES Scale 1:63,360. "United States forces" are colored blue, and "Confederate forces & works" are red. Shows Union headquarters, towns, roads, houses, names of residents, drainage, and relief by hachures.
Sketch of the area of the battles of Rich Mountain, July 11-12, 1861. List of distances from Garnett's camp in pen on verso, annotated in pencil.
Rough sketch of the battle of Rich Mountain, July 11-12, 1861. NOTES Relief shown by hachures.
Map of the Rich Mountain battlefield, W. Va. July 11-12, 1861. NOTES Relief shown by hachures.
Sketch of the battle of Rich Mountain, July 11-12, 1861. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861]
Battle of Rich Mt. . CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861] NOTES Relief shown by hachures.
Area of the battle of Rich Mountain, July 11-12, 1861. .
Pencil sketch of the road from Slaven's Cabin to the top of Cheat Mountain in the area of the battle of Rich Mountain, July 11-12, 1861. .
Rough sketch of the Rich Mountain battle area, extending from Beverly, W. Va. to Clarksburg. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Includes ancillary sketch of Natty Creek and annotations.
Rough sketch of the roads between Beverly, W. Va., Leadsville, Bealington, and Philippi, and Bealington and Meadowville, in the Rich Mountain area. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861]
Map to illustrate the report of Brigadier-General Hill Richardson, sc. . Richardson, James H. CREATED/PUBLISHED N.Y., [1861] NOTES Scale not given. Map of part of West Virginia and western Maryland from Romney west to Grafton, showing the battle of Corricks Ford on July 14th, routes used by Union and Confederate columns, location of bridges burned by Confederates on July 12, 14, and 15, and the "point where pursuit was abandoned by orders of Major-General McClellan."
Map of the battle field of Carnifex Ferry, Gauley River, West Va., Sept. 10th 1861. United States forces commanded by Brig. Gen. W. S. Rosecrans Published by authority of the Hon. the Secretary of War. . United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l.], Office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S.A., 1876. NOTES Scale 1:5280. "Copied from a map accompanying the report of Gen. Rosecrans." Indicates Confederate works and batteries at Camp Gauley, Union positions during attack and names of units, roads, drainage, houses, fences, vegetation, and relief by hachures.
Map showing the preliminary line of the East River Railroad, May, 1881. . Hotchkiss, Jedediah, 1828-1899. NOTES Scale 1:63,360.


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