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97 Rare Civil War Maps of Virginia - V2

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This CD contains 97 rare antique maps and descriptive pages representing fascinating details about Virginia and its vicinity during the Civil War in MrSid format. This format allows you to see the entire map or drill down for the smallest details. If you printed one of these maps at full size, it would be about 36"x36" or larger (way more than can fit on a computer screen) so you can imagine how much detail they all have. (MrSID software is included on the CD.)

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

Map of the northern portion of Hanover County, Va., showing fortifications on the South Anna River near Taylorsville]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Shows the names of some residents.
Map of Hanover County, Va.]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Shows fortifications near Mechanicsville, describes several bridges across the Chickahominy River as destroyed, and gives the names of some residents.
Map of Hanover County, Va.]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Shows the names of some residents.
Map of part of Henrico and Chesterfield Counties, July 12th, 1862 / Albert H. Campbell Capt. P. Engrs., & Chf. Top. Dept. Campbell, Albert H. (Albert Henry), 1826-1899. NOTES Shows the names of some residents.
White House to Harrisons Landing Prepared by command of Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan U.S.A., commanding Army of the Potomac. Compilation under the direction of Brig. Gen. A. A. Humphreys, by Capt. H. L. Abbot, Top Engrs. Engraved by W. H. Dougal. Abbot, Henry L. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1862] NOTES Scale ca. 1:63,360. Shows fortifications, towns, roads, railroads, houses, names of residents, vegetation, drainage, and relief by hachures.
Sketch of roads and streams in Highland County, Va., and Pendleton County, W. Va.]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861] NOTES Relief shown by hachures.
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.
Highland Co., & notes at foot of North Mt. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Includes names of some residents.
Map of parts of Highland County, Va., and Pendleton County, W. Va.]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861] NOTES Relief shown by hachures.
Williamsburg to White House Prepared by command of Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan, U.S.A., commanding Army of the Potomac. Compilation under the direction of Brig. Gen. A. A. Humphreys, by Capt. H. L. Abbot, Top. Eng'rs. Engraved by W. H. Dougal. Abbot, Henry L. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1862] NOTES Scale ca. 1:63,630. At head of title: Campaign maps, Army of the Potomac, map no. 2. Shows fortifications, towns, roads, houses, names of residents, vegetation, drainage, and relief by hachures.
Hydrographic reconnaissance of James River, Virginia, from entrance to City Point / by Com'r W.T. Muse & Lieuts. R. Wainwright & J.N. Maffitt, U.S.N. Assts. Coast Survey from 1854 to '59. United States Coast Survey. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Coast Survey, [1862] NOTES General nautical chart. Depths shown by soundings and contours.
Jetersville and Sailors Creek / from surveys under the direction of Bvt. Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Maj. of Engineers : by command of Bvt. Maj. Genl. A. A. Humphreys, Brig. Genl. & Chief of Engineers. Michler, N. (Nathaniel), 1827-1881. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, D.C. : Office of the] Chief of Engineers, 1867. NOTES Scale 1:21,120; 3 in. to 1 mile. Relief shown by hachures.
Jetersville and Sailors Creek. [1865] From surveys under the direction of Bvt. Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Maj. of Engineers, by command of Bvt. Maj. Genl. A. A. Humphreys, Brig. Genl. & Chief of Engineers. Surveyed & drawn by Maj: J. E. Weyss, assisted by F. Theilkuhl, J. Straser & G. Thompson. Photolith. by the N.Y. Lithographing, Engraving & Printing Co., Julius Bien, Supt. 1867. Michler, N. (Nathaniel), 1827-1881. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l.], 1867. NOTES Scale 1:21,120. In this issue, the map is printed on a yellow background with the Appomattox River colored green. Shows entrenchments, roads, "Richmond and Danville R.R.," drainage, vegetation, hachures, houses, fences, and names of residents.
Jones Point, Potomac River, near Alexandria, Virginia / surveyed for the Engineer Department, April 1863, by A.M. Harrison, assistant ; copied from the archives of the U.S. Coast Survey for the Engineer Department, J.E. Hilgard, asst. U.S. Coast Survey in charge of office. Harrison, A. M. (Alexander Medina), 1829-1881. CREATED/PUBLISHED 1863. NOTES Relief shown by contours, hachures, and spot heights.
Map of King William County, Va. / surveyed & under the direction of Captain John Grant, P.A.C.S. ; A.S. Barrows principal assis't eng. ; made under the direction of A.H. Campbell, Capt. P.E. & Chf. Top. Dept., scale 1 3/5 in. to one mile or 1:40,000 ; approved by him Jan. 22nd 1863 ; reduced from above by Jed. Hotchkiss, Capt. Top. Eng. 2nd Corps, August 27th 1863, to 1/80,000 scale. Hotchkiss, Jedediah, 1828-1899. NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Shows the names of some residents.
Preliminary map of northern Virginia embracing portions of Loudoun, Fauquier, Prince William, and Culpeper counties]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Shows Loudoun County region, including parts of Fauquier and Prince William counties, and a small section of Culpeper County, and gives names of some residents.
Map of Louisa County and part of Hanover County, Va.]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Shows place names and names of many residents in Louisa County only.
Map of Madison County, Va.]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Relief shown by form lines. Show names of some residents.
tch of the road from Madison northward to Dulaney's in Madison County, Va.]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Shows the names of some residents.
Map of the battle of Malvern Hill, showing, approximately, positions of brigades and batteries. [July 1, 1862]. Wells, Jacob. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1885] NOTES Scale ca. 1:23,500. From Century illustrated monthly magazine, v. 30, Aug. 1885. p. 617. Gives names of commanders, roads, drainage, vegetation, relief by hachures, houses, and names of residents. Brief description of the battle appears below the map.
Manassas National Battlefield Park, Virginia. Showing action of first battle, July 21, 1861. United States. National Park Service. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington], Polygraphic Company of America, 1942. NOTES Scale ca. 1:126,720. Map illustrates National Park Service's descriptive leaflet entitled "Manassas National Battlefield Park, Virginia." Inset: Second battle, August 1862. 5 x 5 cm.
Manassas National Battlefield Park, Virginia. Showing action of first battle, July 21, 1861. United States. National Park Service. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington], Government Printing Office, [1943?] NOTES Scale ca. 1:90,000.
Manassas National Battlefield Park, Virginia. United States. National Park Service. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington] U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1971. NOTES Scale ca. 1:48,000.
Map of the Manassas battlefield area in Northern Virginia / signed] Major Jed. Hotc[hk]iss, Staunton, Va. Hotchkiss, Jedediah, 1828-1899. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-?] NOTES Shows roads, railroads, fortifications, settlements, farmhouses with owners' names, and woodlands. Does not show troop positions or movements. Relief shown by contours (10-ft. intervals), hachures, form lines, and spot heights.
Battle field of Bull Run, Va. July 21st 1861. Showing the positions of both armies at 4 o'clock, P.M. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1861] NOTES Scale ca. 1;30,000. Indicates troop positions and names of commanders, roads, drainage, vegetation, houses, names of residents, and relief by hachures.
Seat of war, Manassas and its vicinity Engraved by J. Baumgarten. Printed and for sale at the office of the Richmond Enquirer. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1861] NOTES Scale ca. 1:322,000. Confederate imprint. Shows "battle ground, July 18th," "battle ground July 21st," roads, railroads, towns, and drainage. "Blue Ridge," "Thorough Fare Mountains," and two unnamed mountains are indicated by hachures. Troop positions are not given. Roads, railroads, bridges, and distances are described in a brief text below the map.
First Manassas. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Includes some troop positions, and lists of Confederate regiments engaged in the battle of Manassas, with the names of their commanders.
Map of the seat of war showing the battles of July 18th & 21st 1861 Lith. by A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore. Corbett, V. P. CREATED/PUBLISHED Washington, 1861. NOTES [Scale ca. 1:115,000]. Includes flags, drawings of four ships in the Potomac River, additional place names, and camp sites (such as "rebel camp" at Annandale)
Map of the seat of war showing the battles of July 18th & 21st 1861 Lith. by A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore. Corbett, V. P. CREATED/PUBLISHED Washington, c1861. NOTES [Scale ca. 1:115,000]. Map of northern Virginia showing troop camps, entrenchments, forts, batteries, roads, railroads, street pattern of Washington and Alexandria, towns, drainage, vegetation and some indication of relief by hachures.
Map of the seat of war showing the battles of July 18th & 21st 1861 Lith. by A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore. Corbett, V. P. CREATED/PUBLISHED Washington, 1861. NOTES [Scale ca. 1:115,000]. Houses of Vanderweckins, Cary, and Hall in northern Virginia are identified as having been "burnt by rebels Sept. 13th."
Map of the seat of war showing the battles of July 18th & 21st 1861 Lith. by A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore. Corbett, V. P. CREATED/PUBLISHED Washington, 1861. NOTES [Scale ca. 1:115,000]. Another issue. Additional details added such as "Camp Sprague," "U.S. Hospital," "Soldier's Home," and other place names in the northern part of Washington, D.C.
Map of the seat of war showing the battles of July 18th, 21st & Oct. 21st 1861 Lith. by A. Hoen & Co., Balto. Corbett, V. P. CREATED/PUBLISHED Washington, c1861. NOTES Scale ca. 1:115,000. Map of the battles of first Manassas and Ball's Bluff, showing troop camps, entrenchments, forts, batteries, positions during engagements, roads, railroads, street pattern of Washington and Alexandria, towns, drainage, vegetation, and some indication of relief by hachures. Insets: Leesburg to Harpers Ferry. Scale ca. 1:400,000. 9 x 9 cm. -- Map from the mouth of Occoquan River to Richmond showing rebel batteries on the Potomac River. Scale ca. 1:810,000. 16 x 18 cm.
Sketch of the country occupied by the Federal & Confederate Armies on the 18th & 21st July 1861 Taken by Capt. Saml. P. Mitchell, of 1st Virginia Regiment. Lithographed by F. W. Bornemann, Charleston, S.C. Mitchell, Samuel P. CREATED/PUBLISHED Richmond, W. Hargrave White, [1861?] NOTES Scale not given. Confederate imprint. Shows troop positions, notes concerning battle, roads, "Orange & Alexandria R.R.," vegetation, houses, names of residents, and drainage. Inset: [Sketch of the environs of Bull Run from Washington to Fredericksburg.] 12 x 9 cm.
Second Manassas campaign. July 1-Aug. 30, 1862]. Webb, Willard, 1903- CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1862] NOTES Various scales. Maps indicate "Jackson's flank march showing ultimate position behind R.R. grade," and positions of troops on July 1, Aug. 17, Aug. 20, Aug. 29, sunset Aug. 30, and at the "close of battle," Aug. 30. Maps are accompanied by a list of the "organization" of the opposing forces, "approximate losses, the Rappahannock to the Potomac," and a brief description of the campaign.
Position of troops at sunset August 28th, 1862. [Second Manassas battle] Bowen & Co., lith., Philada. Pope, John, 1822-1892. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, Government Printing Office, 1866] NOTES Scale 1:126,720 ("half an inch to the mile"). Map indicates roads, railroads, place names, drainage, and troop positions.
Map showing the positions of both armies August 27th, 1862 at night. [Second Manassas battle] Bowen & Co., lith., Philada. Pope, John, 1822-1892. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, Government Printing Office, 1866] NOTES Scale 1:190,080 ("3 miles to 1 inch"). Map indicates roads, railroads, place names, drainage, and troop positions.
Battlefield of Manassas, Va. close of the action August 29th, 1862 Bowen & Co., lith., Phila. Pope, John, 1822-1892. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, Government Printing Office, 1866] NOTES Scale 1:25,344 ("2 1/2 inches to one mile"). Map indicates roads, railroads, place names, drainage, relief by hachures, and troop positions.
Map of the battlefield of Bull Run, Virginia. Brig. Gen. Irvin McDowell commanding the U.S. forces, Gen. [P.] G. T. Beauregard commanding the Confederate forces, July 21st 1861 Compiled from a map accompanying the report of Brig. Genl. McDowell and a map made under the direction of Genl. Beauregard. Published by authority of the Hon. the Secretary 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, 1877. NOTES Scale 1:21,120. Gives roads, railroads, hachures, vegetation, drainage, villages, houses, fences, and names of residents. "Dotted lines near Centreville indicate sites of [Union] bivouacs on the night of July 20th. Full lines denote the position of the forces on the next day at the commencement of the engagement at Sudley's Springs; blue marking the United States Forces, and red the Confederates."
Map of battle-field of Manassas, Va., giving positions and movements of troops, August 30th, 1862 From surveys made in June 1878 by authority of the Hon. Secretary of War by Bvt. Maj. Gen. G. K. Warren, Major of Engineers, U.S.A., assisted by Capt. J. A. Judson, C.E. (A. A. Gen. "King's Divison") and H. D. Garden, C.E., of Warrenton, Va. J. A. Judson, del. Julius Bien, photo lith., N.Y. Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1878] NOTES Scale 1:63,360. "Positions of troops were given in testimony before the Army Board at West Point, and laid down on maps by the witnesses and officers present on the field." "The Federal troops are shown in blue; the Confederate troops in red." "The red arrows show the route of the Confederate troops, Aug. 30th, p.m." Map has been annotated in red ink to show "Rickett's route on 29th," "Porter 9:20 a.m. 29th," and "Porter's corps 9:30 a.m. 29."
Map of battle-field of Manassas, Va., giving positions and movements of troops August 30th, 1862 From surveys made in June, 1878, by authority of the Hon. Secretary of War, by Bvt. Maj. Gen. G. K. Warren, Major of Engineers, U.S.A., assisted by Capt. J. A. Judson, C.E. (A. A. Gen. "King's Division") and H. D. Garden, C.E., of Warrenton, Va. J. A. Judson, del. Julius Bien, photo lith, N.Y. Judson, J. A. (John Andrew) CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1878] NOTES Scle 1:63,360. "Positions of troops were given in testimony before the Army Board at West Point, and laid down on maps by the witnesses and officers present on the field." Indicates four positions of the Union and Confederate troops, roads, railroads, towns, vegetation, drainage, houses, and names of residents. The names of the principal field commanders are listed below the map title.
Map of battle-grounds of August 28th, 29th, & 30th 1862 in the vicinity of Groveton, Prince William Co., Va. Made by the authority of the Hon. G. W. McCrary, Secretary of War. Surveyed in June 1878 by Bvt. Maj. Gen. G. K. Warren, Major of Engineers, U.S.A. assisted by Capt. J. A. Judson, C.E. (A. A. Gen. "King's Division") and H. D. Garden, C.E., (late Capt. & A. A. Gen. Confed. Army). Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington], U.S. Army, Engineer Department, [1878] NOTES Scale 1:21,120. Base map of the battlefield of Second Manassas showing roads, railroads, houses and names of residents, drainage, and vegetation. Troop positions are not indicated.
Topographical map of the Bull Run battle-field. [1861]. Harris, D. B. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1884] NOTES Scale ca. 1:27,000. From Century illustrated monthly magazine, v. 29, Nov. 1884. p. 82. "The original of this map was made for General Beauregard, soon after the battle, from actual surveys by Captain D. B. Harris, assisted by Mr. John Grant. It is here reproduced by the Courtesy of General H. L. Abbot, U.S.A., from a photograph in his possession." General map of the battlefield showing roads, drainage, vegetation, houses, and names of residents. Troop positions are not noted.
General map of the battle-field of Manassas. [July 16-21, 1861] Struthers, Servoss & Co., Engr's., N.Y. Struthers, Servoss & Co. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1885] NOTES Scale ca. 1:105,000. From Century illustrated montly magazine, v. 30, May 1885. p. 103. Indicates troop positions, rivers, roads, railroads, towns, houses, and names of residents.
Plan of the Bull Run battle-field. [July 21, 1861]. Meeker, Edwin J. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1885] NOTES Scale ca. 1:37,000. From Century illustrated monthly magazine, v. 30, May 1885. p. 95. Shows "Griffin's battery," "Ricketts' battery," "Griffin and Ricketts last position," "Imboden's first position," and "Imboden's second position."
Relative positions of forces at sunset, Aug. 26, 1862. [2nd Manassas campaign]. Wells, Jacob. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1886] NOTES Scale ca. 1:520,000. From Century illustrated monthly magazine, v. 31, Jan. 1886. p. 446. Map extends from White Plains south to Kelley's Ford, and from Orlean east to Manassas Junction.
Second battle of Bull Run. Positions of troops Aug. 30, 1862. Wells, Jacob. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1886] NOTES Scale 1:62,000. From Century illustrated monthly magazine, v. 31 Feb. 1886. p. 611. "Map of the last day's fighting," showing the first and last position of the troops, roads, railroads, towns, rivers, houses, names of residents, hachures, and vegetation.
Second battle of Bull Run. Position of troops at sunset, Aug. 29, 1862. Wells, Jacob. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1886] NOTES Scale ca. 1:62,000. From Century illustrated monthly magazine, v. 31, Jan. 1886. p. 456. Indicates position of troops, cavalry and skirmishes, roads, railroads, towns, rivers, houses, names of residents, hachures, and vegetation.
Relative positions of forces at sunset, Aug. 28, 1862. [2nd Manassas Campaign]. Wells, Jacob. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1886] NOTES Scale ca. 1:550,000. From Century illustrated monthly magazine, v. 31, Jan. 1886. p. 447. Map of the environs of Manassas Junction.
Relative positions of forces at sunset, Aug. 27, 1862. [2nd Manassas Campaign]. Wells, Jacob. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1886] NOTES Scale ca. 1:570,000. From Century illustrated monthly magazine, v. 31, Jan. 1886. p. 447. Map extends from White Plains south to Fayetteville, and from Orlean east to Fairfax Station.
The first battle of Bull Run. July 21, 1861. Washington, Dec 26, 1895. National Tribune (Organization) CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1895] NOTES Scale not given. (National Tribune War Maps. No. 1. Supplement to the National Tribune, Washington, D.C., Dec. 26, 1895.) Union position colored blue and "1st position of enemy" colored red. Indicates hachures along the Bull Run and its tributaries, roads, railroads, towns, and drainage. Includes portraits of General McDowell, Slocum, Ricketts, and Griffin. "The story of the battle, by John McElroy" appears below the map. This includes a description of the battle, the organization of the Union army, and a table giving the number of Union casualties by regiment and division.
Battle of Bull Run. Robertson, H. C. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Chicago, R.O. Evans and Co., c1898] NOTES Scale ca. 1:176,000. Wall map showing the location of 1st Manassas and Balls Bluff battlefields, railroads, principal towns, roads, and rivers. Includes an outline of events; views of Fort Sumter, Harper's Ferry and "Stonewall Jackson at Bull Run"; and a portrait of Jackson.
Map of the positions of the Fourth Alabama Regt. during the battle of Stone Bridge / [drawn by Capt. Porter King, C.S.A., 20-21 July 1861] King, Porter. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861] NOTES Relief shown by hachures.
Plan of Bull Run / [drawn by Capt. Porter King, 4th Alabama Regt., 18-21 July 1861]. King, Porter. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861] NOTES Shows 1st battle of Bull Run.
Sketch of the vicinity of McDowell, Va.]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1862?] NOTES Relief shown by hachures.
Plan of the battle of Mechanicsville, June 26 [1862]. Wells, Jacob. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1885] NOTES Scale ca. 1:36,000. From Century illustrated monthly magazine, v. 30, June 1885. p. 300. Gives troop positions, batteries, roads, rivers relief by hachures, and a few houses and names of occupants. A brief description of the battle appears below the map.
Pencil sketch of the route of scouting party from Monterey, Highland County, Va. toward Beverly, Randolph County, W. Va.]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861] NOTES Pencil on paper, mounted between transparent paper. Report on road conditions in ink with pencil additions on verso.
Map of Montgomery County, Virginia / taken from actual survey made by topographical party in charge of Lieut. C.S. Dwight, Engineer Corps P.A.C.S. ; A.M. Smith, asst. eng. ; S.W. Hill C.E. del. June 1864. Hill, S. W. NOTES Relief shown by form lines. Shows the names of some residents.
Map of Montgomery County, Va.]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Shows the names of some residents.
Map of Nelson and Amherst counties, Va.] / Lt. C.S. Dwight. Dwight, C. S. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Shows the names of some residents.
Topographical sketch of the New Market, Va., battlefield of May 15, 1864, made under the direction of B. A. Colonna, Cadet Captain, "D" Co., Corps of Cadets, V.M.I. in action, and late Assitant in Charge, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey Office, by B. Allison Colonna, June 24 to Sat., July 2, 1910, inclusive. Colonna, B. Allison. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l.], c1912. NOTES Scale 1:15,840. "The sketch is of the battlefield as it was in May, 1864. The woods, orchards, houses and other cultural features and the places where certain ones fell are from lifelong residents of New Market who were there on the day of the battle." Inset: [Sketch of part of the Woodstock, Virginia, sheet of the U.S. Geological Survey] 30 x 14 cm. (triangle shape) Indicates roads, contour lines, hachures, drainage, vegetation, and "Cadet Camp Whitwell, May 16, 1864."
New Market, Va., battlefield May 15, 1864 [Surveyed in 1910-12 by B. Allison Colonna under the direction of B. A. Colonna, Cadet Captain, D Co., Corps of Cadets, Virginia Military Institute, May 15, 1864, and late asst., U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey in charge of office. Wm. E. Johnson, draftsman. Colonna, B. Allison. CREATED/PUBLISHED Washington, D.C., Norris Peters Co., photo-lith., c1914. NOTES Scale 1:15,840. "This map shows the battlefield as it was May 15, 1864. It is based on the Woodstock, Va., sheet of the U.S. Geological Survey as shown in the subsketch [inset]. The woods, orchards, houses and other cultural features are by Frank J. Bushong, the best living authority, confirmed by Mr. Hupp, of Sperryville, Va., who also pointed out on the ground the Imboden-Boyd action of May 13, 1864. The places where certain ones fell are from lifelong residents of New Market, who were there on the day of the battle, and from J. H. Dwyer, of Woodson's Missourians." Shows troop and artillery positions, roads, drainage, vegetation, and relief by contour lines and hachures. Fifty important points are keyed by number to a list to the left of the map. Inset: [Topographic map of the Shenandoah Valley extending from Rinkerton to Melrose showing events associated with the battle of New Market.] 24 x 15 cm. (irregular shape)
Vessels destroyed at Norfolk 1861. United States Coast Survey CREATED/PUBLISHED [1861?] NOTES Sketch map of "U.S. Navy Yard" vicinity at Portsmouth (Va.) showing buildings, shipbuilding docks, drydock, buoys, and locations of the scuttled U.S. ships "Pennsylvania", "Columbia", "Raritan", and "Delaware".
North Anna. [May 1864] From surveys under the direction of Bvt. Brig. Gen. N. Michler, Maj. of Engineers, by command of Bvt. Maj. Genl. A. A. Humphreys, Brig. Genl. & Chief of Engineers. Surveyed and drawn by Maj: J. E. Weyss, assisted by F. Theilkuhl, J. Strasser & G. Thompson. Photolith. by the N.Y. Lithographing, Engraving & Printing Co., Julius Bien, Supt. 1867. Michler, N. (Nathaniel), 1827-1881. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1867] NOTES Scale 1:21,120. In this issue, the map is printed on a yellow background with the North Anna and Little rivers colored blue. Union entrenchments are colored blue, and Confederate entrenchments red. Indicates roads, railroads, drainage, vegetation, hachures, houses, fences, and names of occupants.
Michler, N. (Nathaniel), 1827-1881. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1887] NOTES Scale ca. 1:67,000. From Century illustrated monthly magazine, v. 34, June 1887, p. 292. "Union works are marked . . . U" and "Confederate works are marked . . .C." Shows roads, houses, names of residents, relief by hachures, drainage, mills, towns, railroads, and vegetation.
Preliminary chart of North Landing River (head of Currituck Sound), Virginia & N. Carolina. 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. J. S. Hassler, Assistant. Topography & hydrography by John Mechan, Asst. Redd. drng. by F. Fairfax. Engd. by J. G. Thompson. Bowen & Co. Lith., Philada. United States Coast Survey. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, U.S. Coast Survey], 1861. NOTES Scale 1:40,000.
Fords on Occoquan and Bull Run : [Northern Virginia]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Covers Occoquan River from Bland's Ford to entrance of Bull Run and covers Bull Run from entrance of Cub Run to mouth. Shows fords, military roads, common roads, H.Q. Manassas Station, settlements, wooded areas, and streams.
Map of the battle-field of Gaines's Mill, showing approximately the positions of infantry and artillery engaged. (The topography from the official map.) [June 27, 1862]. Wells, Jacob. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1885] NOTES Scale ca. 1:33,000. From Century illustrated monthly magazine, v. 30, June 1885. p. 317. Indicates names of commanders, roads, relief by hachures, houses, names of a few residents, drainage, and vegetation.
Survey of Orange County, Virginia / made under the direction of A.H. Campbell, Capt. Prov. Eng. & Pr. Top. Dep. by Lieut. Isard [sic], C.S.P.E. ; traced from a map now in progress, April 1863 ; approved April 8th 1863 by Albert H. Campbell, Capt. Prov. Engr., Chief Top. Dep. Izard, Walter. NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Shows the names of some residents.
Sketch of a portion of Orange County, north and west of Gordonsville to Rapidan Station]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Shows the names of some residents.
Map of parts of Orange, Louisa, and Spotsylvania counties, Va.]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Shows the names of some residents.
Map of Orange County, Va.]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Shows the names of some residents.
Orange County, Va. / by Lt. Walter Izard P.E. Izard, Walter. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Shows the names of some residents.
Sketch of a portion of Orange County, Va. showing roads between Orange Court House, Gordonsville, and Liberty Mills]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Relief shown by hachures.
Sketch of a portion of Orange County, north and east of Orange showing the Rapidan River from Rapidan Station to Germanna Mills and the Plank Road to Robertson's Tavern at Trap]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1862] NOTES Relief shown by hachures.
Potomac, Fredericksburg, & Piedmont R.R. from Fredg., to O.C.H. 38 miles, by C. M. Braxton, [1876]. Hotchkiss, Jedediah, 1828-1899. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1876] NOTES Scale 1:48,000. Description derived from published bibliography. Sketch map of part of Virginia from Fredericksburg to Orange Court House. Shows relief by form lines, drainage, cities and towns, and the line of survey in red. Chartered as the Fredericksburg and Gordonsville Rail Road.
Petersburg National Military Park, Virginia. United States. National Park Service CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington], Government Printing Office, revised 1959. NOTES Scale ca. 1:87,000. Descriptive leaflet illustrated with a map indicating the park boundary of the route of an auto tour. The map is dated July 1959.
Petersburg National Military Park, Virginia.]. United States. National Park Service CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, Government Printing Office], rev. Jan. 1965. NOTES Scale not given.
Petersburg National Battlefield. Mar. 1967. United States. National Park Service. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1969] NOTES Scale ca. 1:40,000.
Petersburg National Battlefield, Virginia / National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. United States. National Park Service. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Washington] : The Service, [1979] NOTES Scale ca. 1:38,000.
Map showing the Federal and Confederate works during the siege of Petersburg : between the Appomattox River and Hatchers Run, June 16, 1864, to April 3, 1865]. United States. Army. Office of the Chief of Engineers. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1865] NOTES Wall map of Petersburg (Va.) vicinity showing fortifications, roads, railroads, city street network, and streams.
Isometric view of General Grant's Virginia campaign. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1864] NOTES Not drawn to scale. From Harper's weekly, v. 8, Sept. 10, 1864. p. 580. Panoramic view of the environs of the James and Appomattox rivers showing Union and Confederate lines at Petersburg, and Butler's lines at Bermuda Hundred. Points of interest are keyed by number to a legend printed in the lower margin.
The struggle of Petersburg. The lines of rebel intrenchments carried by our troops. [June 15-17,1864]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l., 1864] NOTES Scale not given. Newspaper map showing "Gen Baldy Smith's line, Wednesday, June 15th," "first line of Rebel works," "line of 2nd & 9th Corps, Thursday & Friday, June 16th and 17," "seocnd [sic] line of Rebel works," and "third line of Rebel works."
Bacon's large print war map showing 50 miles round Washington and Richmond. Bacon & Co. CREATED/PUBLISHED London, [1864] NOTES Scale ca. 1:480,000. Map of eastern Virginia and part of Maryland, showing engagements by crossed swords, fortifications surrounding Richmond, routes of the opposing armies to Petersburg, roads, railroads, towns, drainage, and relief by hachures. A few important Civil War sites are underlined in red.
Plan of enemy's battery no. 5 in front of Petersburg before the advance of U.S. Forces, June 1864 / Head quarters, Army of the Potomac, Engineer Department, October 1864, official ; surveyed & drawn by G. Thompson, U.S. Engrs. Thompson, Gilbert, 1839-1909. CREATED/PUBLISHED 1864. NOTES Ink on tracing cloth. Includes a cross section of the battery at scale 1:120.
Sketch of the entrenched lines in the immediate front of Petersburg. [1864-5] Surveyed under the direction of N. Michler, Major of Engrs., Bvt. Col. U.S.A. Prepared expressly for the guests of Jarratt's Hotel, Petersburg, Va. Michler, N. (Nathaniel), 1827-1881. CREATED/PUBLISHED Balto., A. Hoen & Co., lith., [1865] NOTES Scale ca. 1:63,360. Indicates Union and Confederate lines, names of forts, roads, railroads, street pattern of Petersburg, houses, names of residents, and drainage.
Map shewing the position of the lines in front of Petersburg, Va., occupied by the 1st Division, 9th Army Corps, April 1st 1865 Ent. accord. to Act of Congress A.D. 1865 by Andrew McCallum in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the State of Maryland. McCallum, Andrew. CREATED/PUBLISHED Baltimore, E. Sachse & Co., [1865] NOTES Scale ca. 1:16,700. Detailed map giving fortifications, picket lines, "Rebel chevaux de-frise," "Union abattis," "covered ways," roads, railroads, drainage, and vegetation. Each regiment of the 1st Division is identified, and the section of the line entrusted to it is delineated by broken lines.
Overlay to the map of the siege of Petersburg, 1864-5]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1865?] NOTES This is an overlay designed to be used with the map of the siege of Petersburg by J.E. Weyss.
Map of the siege of Petersburg, 1864-5 / surveyed under the direction of N. Michler, Maj. of Engrs., Bvt. Brig. Genl. USA] ; surveyed & drawn by Maj. J.E. Weyss, assisted by Theilkuhl, Burchardt, Schuman, Thompson, Graham. Weyss, J. E. CREATED/PUBLISHED [Virginia : s.n., 1865?] NOTES Relief shown by hachures.
p of defenses of Petersburg, Virginia, showing the position of General Lee and his staff during the attack on Fort Stedman, March 25, 1865]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1865?] NOTES Shows part of the fortifications east of Petersburg including roads, railroads, houses, and drainage. Relief shown by contours and hachures.
Petersburg and Five Forks. [1864-1865] From surveys under the direction of Bvt. Grig. Gen. N. Michler, Maj. of Engineers, by command of Bvt. Maj. Genl. A. A. Humphreys, Brig. Genl. & Chief of Engineers. Surveyed and drawn by Maj: J. E. Weyss, assisted by F. Theilkuhl, J. Strasser & G. Thompson. Photolith. by the N.Y. Lithographing, Engraving & Printing Co., Julius Bien. Supt. 1867. Michler, N. (Nathaniel), 1827-1881. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l.], 1867. NOTES Scale 1:42,240. In this issue, the map is printed on a yellow background with rivers colored green. Detailed topographic map showing Confederate works in red and Union fortifications in blue, houses, fences, names of residents, drainage, vegetation, hachures, railroads, roads, and the street pattern of Petersburg.
The seige [sic] of Petersburg, Va. Designed by Dr. J. B. Stinson of Sherman, Texas. Stinson, J. B. CREATED/PUBLISHED [S.l.], c1908. NOTES Scale not given. "The above map is made to conform to a diagram of the position of the opposing armies during the seige of Petersburg, Virginia, as gotten up by N. Michler, Major of Engineers of the U.S. Army. The position of Elliotts' and Gracies' brigades are mainly represented." Map of the Richmond-Petersburg area showing forts, covered ways, "abattis," "che-val-de-frise," railroads, drainage, and roads. Inset: Diagram of the "Crater" tunnel. 5 x 15 cm. Description of the siege appears beneath the map.
Topographic map of the battle-field of Port Republic, Virginia, June 9, 1862 / by Jed. Hotchkiss, Top. Eng., Valley Dist. A.N.Va. Hotchkiss, Jedediah, 1828-1899. CREATED/PUBLISHED 1886. NOTES Relief shown by form lines. Shows names of residents.
Map of Prince George Co., Va. / made under the direction of A.H. Campbell, P.E. in charge of the Top. Dept. D.N.Va. by S.L. Sommers, asst. engr. ; app. July 18, 1864 by Albert H. Campbell. Sommers, S. L. NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Shows the names of some residents.
Map of Prince Edward County, Va.]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Shows five township names, but does not give any other names. Date, title, and scale derived from Stephenson's Civil War maps, 1989. Oriented with north to the bottom.
liminary map of northeastern Virginia embracing portions of Prince William, Stafford, and Fauquier counties]. CREATED/PUBLISHED [186-] NOTES Gives the names of some residents.
Rappahannock Co., Virginia / Engr. Office, 2nd Corps, Novr. 1863. Confederate States of America. Army of Northern Virginia. Corps, 2nd. Engineer Office. NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Shows the names of some residents.
Map of the Rappahannock River fron [sic] Port Royal to Richards Ferry / drawn from surveys made by officers of the Engineer Brigade and charts of the Coast Survey of the river below Fredericksburg ; under the direction of Brig. Gen. D.P. Woodbury ; extensions made since March 1863 under direction of Brig. Gen. H.W. Benham ; Sergt. John S. Vernam del'r. Vernam, John S. CREATED/PUBLISHED [1863] NOTES Relief shown by hachures. Also covers Fredericksburg city region. Shows "Lines of Gen. Hooker" at Chancellorsville, "Battle field of Gen. Sedgwick" at Salem Church, military bridges, towns, farmsteads with residents' names, wooded areas, and streams.

 

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