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General topographical map. Sheet II, Plate CXXXVII. (West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland)


  • PUBLISHER: U.S. War Department's Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Washington: Gov't. Printing Office, 1891-95. Printed by Julius Bien & Co.

  • MEDIUM: Multi-stone lithograph,

    DATE: 1891-95.

  • EDITION SIZE: 16 1/2 x 27 1/2" (420 x 696 mm) plus margins.

  • DESCRIPTION: A detailed map of part of West Virginia, most of Virginia and Maryland, showing Huttonsville, WV on the far left, Washington, DC near the top, the Atlantic coast from Lewes, Delaware to Norfolk, VA., with Richmond near the center. This map appeared in the United States War Department's "Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies." Richard Stephenson in his book "Civil War Maps" wrote, "This is the most detailed atlas yet published on the Civil War. It consists of reproductions of maps compiled by both Union and Confederate soldiers." The maps is this publication are greatly detailed showing topography, troop placements and movements, and other information that deals with the Civil War. Drawn on a scale of ten miles to the inch.


  • CONDITION: Good condition.

  • REFERENCE: LC, Civil War maps (2nd ed.), 99.

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