DEFENSES OF CHATTANOOGA & NASHVILLE TENNESSEE (TN)
Featured: diagrams of the defenses in Tennessee including: 1. Defenses of Chattanooga, TN, Battery Erwin, 1865; 2. Defenses of Chattanooga, TN, Battery Coolidge, 1865; 3. Defenses of Nashville, TN, Battery for Casino Hill, 1865; 4. Defenses of Nashville, TN, C
MOBILE ALABAMA CONFEDERATE DEFENSES (AL) BY BOWEN
Featured: a plat of the City of Mobile showing a few major streets. Batteries and guard stations are shown and numbered around the city. The Mobile River is also shown. Major roads into the city are shown, as is the route of the Mobile & Ohio Railroad.
ALABAMA SOUTH & FLORIDA WEST MILITARY (AL/FL) BY H
Featured: a map of the area surveyed by the Union of the area. Waterways include Mobile Bay, Bon Secour Bay, Mobile River, Black Water River, Yellow Water River, Pensacola Bay, and Santa Rosa Sound. Rail lines shown are the Mobile & Pensacola RR, Mobile & Grea
APPROACHES TO MOBILE ALABAMA (AL) BY BACHE/USCS 18
Featured: Escatawpa River, Pt. aux Chenes, Pt. aux Chenes Bay, Round Island, Light Houses, Mississippi Sound, Grand Bay, Bayou la Batre, Chickasaw Bayou, Bayou Chattigue, Mobile River, Polecat Bay, Stewarts Pavilion, Spring Hill College, Garrows Bend, Dog Rive
MISSISSIPPI ALABAMA & GEORGIA PLATE CXLVIII (MS/AL
Featured: a reference map of the States of Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia from Plate CXLVIII. It is a representation of the area from the Civil War era from the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies from 1861-1865.
CUMBERLAND THE GULF THE SOUTH MILITARY (AL/GA/FL)
Featured: A Union map of the Souithern Coastal US. Waterways include Mobile Bay, Alabama River, Natchez River, Santa Rosa Bay, Appalachicola River, and Chattahoochee River. Rail lines are the Mobile & Gera RR, Alabama & Mississippi RR, Alabama & Florida RR, an
FORT BLAKELY BATTLE ALABAMA (AL) BY US ARMY CORPS
Featured: Union forces shown in blue and Confederate in red. The battle was part of the Mobile Campaign of the American Civil War. The attack was led by Brig. Gen. John P. Hawkins. Sheer numbers breached the Confederate earthworks, compelling the Confederates