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[Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies 1861-1865, Plate CXXXIII]

Description: Map shows fortifications, troop locations, structures, vegetation, geographic features, roads, landowners, and railroads. [1.] "Map illustrating the Battle of Averasborough, N.C. : fought March 16th, 1865, between the Divisions of Gens. Ward and Jackson of the 20th Army Corps, and Carlin and Morgan of the 14th Army Corps, under the command of Maj. Gen. W.T. Sherman being present and the Rebel Forces under the command of Gen. Hardee resulting in the defeat of the Rebels / compiled under the direction of O.M. Poe Bvt. Col. ; by Maj. E.F. Hoffmann." [2.] "Map illustrating the Battle of Bentonville, N.C. : fought March 19th, 1865 between the United States Forces commanded by Maj. Gen. H.W. Slocum an the Rebel Forces commanded by Gen. Jos. E. Johnston and the operation of March 20th and 21st under the direction of Maj. Gen. W.T. Sherman resulting in the retreat of the Rebels / compiled under direction of O.M. Poe, Bvt. Col. ; by Maj. E.F. Hoffmann." [3.] "Savannah, Ga. : submitted with my report to Genl Totten of March 30th, 1862 / Q.A. Gillmore, Actg Brig Genl." [4.] "Map of Bird's Point, Mo. : from surveys in the summer of 1861." Inset [map of Bird's Point, Mo.]: "Profile of exterior work." Relief shown by hachures; by profile on inset. Scale varies.
Date: [1891..1895]
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Atlas to accompany the official records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-1865, Plate LXXXVI : [Savannah, Ga. to Washington, D.C.].

Description: Map shows troop locations, cities, towns, rivers, streams, lakes, bayous, marshes, swamps, post offices, roads, railroads, vegetation, and terrain, for area from Savannah, Ga., to Washington, D.C. Map titles: 1. Savannah River at convergence of Beaufort (SC), Effingham & Chatham (GA) counties (Savannah, Springfield, Gualamville); 2. Barnwell & Beaufort (SC) counties.; 3. Lexington & Orangeburg (SC) counties,; 4. Fairfield & Richland (SC) counties (Columbia, Winnsborough).; 5. Lancaster, Chesterfield, Kershaw, & Chester (SC) counties.; 6. towns from Chesterfield Courthouse and Cheraw, SC to Rockingham and Fayetteville, NC.; 7. Fayetteville to Goldborough (now Goldsboro), NC.; 8. Wake & Harnett (NC) counties (Raleigh, Smithfield).; 9. Raleigh north to Franklinton.; 10. Oxford, NC north of the Roanoke River to Greensborough, VA.; 11. Meherrin River north to the Appomattox River (VA).; 12. Richmond area.; 13. Fredericksburg, VA area.; 14. Stafford C.H. north thru Dumfries up to Bull Run.; 15. Alexandria, Centreville and Georgetown & Washington, D.C.; 16. Smitihfield, VA to Goldsborough and Everettsville, NC.; 17. Bottom's Bridge, VA. Topographic map shows cities, towns, rivers, streams, lakes, bayous, marshes, swamps, post offices, roads and railroads, with comments on vegetation and terrain, for Northeast Georgia up to Washington, D.C. Relief shown by hachures. Scale varies.
Date: [1891..1895]
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library