Texas Virginia Pennsylvania Georgia - Hotchkiss 1863 - 23 x 36.96
Sites/facts specific to this historic civil war map are:This map features 9 smaller Civil War maps from the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union & Confederate Armies 1861 - 1865 and are numbered 1-9.
Map 1 is a of the Battlefield of Gettysburg and includes the Positions of Troops, Gettysburg & Hanover Railroad, Stevens' Projected Railroad, Black's Turnpike, Baltimore Turnpike, York Turnpike, Oxford Road to Hanover, Heidlersburg Road to Harrisburg,School Houses, Butts Academy, Churches, Woolen Factory, Myer's Mill, Horner's Mill, Little Marsh Creek, Marsh Creek, Rock Creek, Cemetery Hill and Named Landowners.
Map 2 is a sketch of the Battle of Gettysburg July 1 - 3 1863. Features includes Troop Positions (Early's Division July 1 - 2, Rodes Division Federal Cavalry A.M. & P.M. on July 2nd, Rodes Division July 1st, Federal Wagons, Johnson's Division, Walker's 2nd, Reg. of Stonewall, Walker 2nd, Batteries of 2nd Corps July 2, 3rd Corps July 1st, Federal Cavalry Picket, Jones' Batteries), Bonaughton Road, Baltimore Road, Chambersburg Road, Black's Turnpike, Signal Station, Toll Gate, Cemetery, Shoe Shop, Almshouses, PA College, Theological Seminary, Academy, School House and Named Landowners.
Map 3 is a sketch of the 2nd Battle of Winchester on June 13th - 15th, 1863. Features includes the Route of Hays & Gordon, Lieut. Col. Herbert & Battalion of Maryland Cavalry & Infantry & Battery June 13th, Route of Gen. Early June 14th, Early's Division 13th of June at Night, Johnson's Division June 13th & 14th at Night, Line of Retreat of Federals Night of June 14th, Stonewall Brigade, Main Fort, Jones' Artillery, Fort Jackson, Fort Collier, Star Fort, Walker's Stonewall, Valley Turnpike, Turnpike to Romney, Turnpike to Martinsburg, Opequon Church, Hogg Run, Abraham's Creek, Red Bud Run, Little North Mountain, Pritchards Hill, Camp Hill, Bowers Hill, Middle Road, Buffalo Lick Road, Turnpike to Millwood, Valley Turnpike, Cedar Creek Turnpike, Cemetery, Allud's Shop, Vineyard, Lime Kiln, Hay Scales, Winchester & Potomac Railroad and Named Landowners.
Map 4 is a map featuring Marietta, Georgia. It includes Kenesaw Mountain, Lost Mountain, Brush Mountain, Railroad, Alabama Road and Named Landowners.
Map 5 is a map of the surrounding area of Dallas with the Union positions of Davis, Dodge and Logan.
Map 6 is a map of Dallas' surrounding area and features posiotions for Union Troops (Hooker, Dodge & Logan), Gen. Sherman's Headquarters, as well as the Rebel Line.
Map 7 is a sketch of Routes of the 2nd Corps A.N.V. from Fredericksburg, VA to Gettysburg, PA and return to Orange C.H. VA from June 4th - August 1st. Features include Lee's Roads, the Blue Ridge Mountains, Massanutten Mountain, Third Hill Mountains, North Mountains, South Mountain, Catactin Mountain, Bull Run Mountain, Projected Railroad, Northern Central R.R., Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Orange & Alexandria Railroad, Winchester & Potomac Railroad, Cumberland Valley Railroad, Churches, Parker's Store, Rapidan River, Rappahannock River, Hazel River, Hedgeman's River, Susquehanna River, Shenandoah River, Potomac River, Sommerville Ford, Gaines Road, Brandy Station, Mason Dixon Line, Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, Columbia Bridge.
Map 8 is a map of the Texas Coast showing Points of Occupation of Expedition under Maj. Gen. N.P. Banks. Features include locations and dates of lost Union & Confederate Ships, Gulf of Mexico, Ringgold Barracks, Fort Brown, Salt Lagoon, Padre Island, Mustang Island, Nueces River, San Antonio River, Guadalupe River and Matagorda Bay.
Map 9 is a map showing the Union Troop Positions (Davis, Dodge, Logan) surrounding Dallas.