What do I care for the colored pins on a General’s map? It’s not a fair bargain – this exchange of my life for a small part of a colored pin…
Map showing the comparitive area of the Northern and Southern states east of the Rocky Mountains, 1861
Historical maps of Civil War battlefields Michael Sharpe San Diego, CA : Thunder Bay Press, c 2000 Hardcover. 1 atlas (144 p.) : col. ill., col. maps ; 25 x 29 cm. Includes index of maps. Clean, tight and strong binding with clean dust jacket. No highlighting, underlining or marginalia in text. VG/VG
Map of battlefield, Manassas, Va., July, 1861. Illus. in: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War, 1861 July, p. 156.
Gettysburg battlefield / Jno. B. Bachelder, del. ; Endicott & Co. lith, N.Y. Bird’s-eye view of Gettysburg battlefield, showing positions of Union & Confederate armies during the battle.
View of Charleston Harbor and its Defences Landscape with harbor and wetlands; Charleston on horizon upper left and ironclads and ships in harbor upper right. Damaged dwelling right margin. Inscribed below image to indicacte what is in image, from left to right : Rebell[sic] Bat[ter]y Woodbull; James Island; Bat[ter]y Simpkins-, Charleston; Castle Pinkey; Left Batteries; Ft. Sumter Bat Cregg; Bty Bee; Bat. Chatfield; Sullivan’s Island; Ft. Moultrie; Ft. Wagner; Union Siege Works; Iron Clads; Moultrie house.
Illustration shows map of Richmond with locations of various places, including Camp Lee, during the Civil War.