COLTON'S PLANS OF U.S. HARBORS SHOWING THE POSITION & VICINITIES OF THE MOST IMPORTANT FORTIFICATIONS ON THE SEA-BOARD AND IN THE INTERIOR. FROM U.S. SURVEYS AND OTHER AUTHENTIC SOURCES.

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J. H. Colton


Colton's Plans of U.S. Harbors Showing the Position & Vicinities of the Most Important Fortifications on the Sea-Board and in the Interior. From U.S. Surveys and other authentic sources.

Lithograph, 1862
Segmented folding map, overall 20 1/8 x 30 3/8" (51 x 79.6 cm)
Very good condition. Original color.
LOCATION: New York City

Inventory Number: 85640
Price: $1,500.00
Publisher : Published by J.H. Colton, 172 William St. New York.
Important map of the primary seaports in the United and Confederate states shown during the early years of the war. 23 maps on one sheet. They are: The Mississippi River from Cairo to New Orleans; St. Louis and vicinity; Cairo and vicinity; Memphis and vicinity; Ft. Smith and vicinity; Fernandina [Florida] and vicinity. Louisville and vicinity; Washington, D. C. & vicinity; New York and vicinity; Washington, Manassas Junction, Harpers Ferry, Baltimore, Annapolis &c. &c; Norfolk, Fortress Monroe, James River, Richmond, Petersburgh [sic]; &c; Savannah and vicinity; Mobile harbor, Alabama; New Orleans and delta of the Mississippi, Louisiana; Charleston harbor and its approaches, S. Carolina; Plan of Ft. Sumter; Hampton Roads and Norfolk Har., Virginia; Beaufort and vicinity, N. Carolina; Key West and Tortugas, Florida Reefs; Galveston and vicinity, Texas; Vicinity of the Rio Grande; Entrance to Pensacola Bay, Florida; Wilmington and vicinity, N. Carolina. Title surrounded by two U.S. Flags with a red liberty cap on top of the flag staff. Printed by Lang & Laing, 117 Fulton St. New York.Segmented into 16 sections and mounted on linen and tipped in original hard covers. Lacking applied label on cover. Maps , Historical

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