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Map of that portion of the Battle Field of Antietam occupied by the troops under Maj. Gen. Burnside, made by order of Maj. Gen. McClellan from surveys made under the supervision of Capt. R. S. Williamson, Top'l. Eng'r., on Staff of Maj. Gen. Burnside, by H. C. Fillebrown [and] E. S. Waters, Civ. Eng'rs.

Gen. Louis D. Watkins and wife

Staff of Gen. Sherman accompanied by ladies

Map of Field of Occupation, Army of the Potomac, [from Dumfries south to Port Royal and west to Chancellorsville]. Prepared by order of Gen. Hooker from reconnoisances made under Capt. R. S. Williamson, Lt. N. Bowen, Gen. D. P. Woodbury, and others. Corrected April 10, 1863, [and signed] G. K. Warren, Brig. Genl., Vols.

State of Louisiana showng Theatre of Operations of the Forces under command of Maj. Gen. Banks during the months of March, April, May, June, and July and ending with the Reduction of Port Hudson, July 8th, 1863. Prepared by Order of Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks; D. C. Houston, Major & Chief Engineer. August 1863. Drawn by B. von Reizenstein. Photographed by Walter Ogilvie.

Sheet No. 1. Map of the Battle Field of Chickamauga, September 19th, 1863, Between the United States Forces commanded by Maj. Gen. W. S. Rosecrans and the Confederate Army under Gen. Braxton Bragg. Compiled under the direction of Col. W. E. Merrill, Chief Engr., Dept. of the Cumberland, by Edward Ruger...Published by authority of the Hon. Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army.

Map of Route [from Little Rock to Camden via Arkadelphia, and return] pursued by Army commanded by Maj. Gen. Fredk. Steele From March 24th till May 2nd, 1864. Drawn, May 1864 by Lt. Fred. Sommer, Engineer Staff of Maj. Gen. Steele.

Gen. Alfred Gibbs

Gen. John A. Campbell

Gen. John A. Rawlins

Gen. William S. Harney

Gen. Amos B. Eaton

Gen. John Sedgwick

Gen. Henry W. Slocum

Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside

Gen. Thomas C. Devin

Gen. Quincy A. Gillmore

Gen. James S. Negley

Gen. James W. Denver

Gen. Horatio G. Wright

Gen. Phillip R. DeTrobriand

Gen. James S. Negley

Gen. John Pope

Gen. Abraham Zabriskie

Gen. Abraham Zabriskie

Hon. George C. McKee, Miss. Also Brig. Gen.

Gen. Quincy A. Gilmore

Gen. Andrew Porter

Gen. Alexander Hays

Gen. John A. Logan

Gen. Robert Cowdin

Gen. John A. Campbell

Gen. James H. Van Allen

Gen. Daniel E. Sickles

Gen. George G. Meade

Gen. Joseph Bartlett

Gen. George G. Meade

Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks

Hon. George R. Latham, W.Va., Brig. Gen

Gen. James W. Denver

Gen. Quincy A. Gilmore

Gen. Franz Sigel

Gen. Asahel W. Hubbard, Iowa

Gen. James H. Van Allen

Gen. William B. Hazen

Gen. Fitz John Porter

Gen. Frederick Winthrop

Gen. Andrew Porter

Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside

Gen. Benjamin F. Butler

Gen. Wesley Merritt

Gen. "Stonewall" Jackson, C.S.A.

Gen. John A. Campbell

Gen. Phillip Kearny

Gen. Joseph Hooker

Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks

Gen. James W. Denver

Gen. David Hunter

Gen. John Sedgwick

Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside

Gen. Gouverneur K. Warren

Headquarters of Gen. Grant, Chattanooga, Tenn

Gen. Henry W. Slocum

Gen. John S. Witcher

Gen. George G. Meade

Gen. Jacob D. Cox

Gen. Edward W. Hinks

Gen. Charles Griffin

Gen. Joseph B. Carr

Gen. John H. Ketchum, N.Y.

Gen. Emory Upton

Gen. George S. Greene

Gen. William S. Harney

Gen. Hiram G. Berry

Gen. Nash Lyon

Gen. Jacob D. Cox

Gen. Martin D. Hardin and Gen. Merritt

Gen. "Stonewall" Jackson, C.S.A.

Gen. Jacob D. Cox

Gen. Daniel E. Sickles

Gen. Napoleon B. Buford

Gen. Andrew Porter

Gen. Quincy A. Gilmore

Gen. Abram Buford, C.S.A.

Gen. Andrew Porter

Maj. Gen. E.V. Sumner

Gen. Lewis Cass Hunt

Gen. James H. Ledlie

Gen. George H. Thomas

Gen. Joseph Hooker

Gen. Alfred Gibbs

Gen. James B. Fry

Gen. Alfred Gibbs

Brig. Gen. John A. Rawlins

Gen. Joseph Hooker

Gen. William B. Franklin

Gen. Ormsby M. Mitchell

Gen. Abner Doubleday and staff of six

Gen. George Morrell

Gen. William Stough

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