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A Sketch of the Military Topography of Baltimore and its Vicinity and of Patapsco Neck to North Point

Tracing Copy (Captured form Rebels). Portions of Penna. and Maryland [and West Virginia].

Central Virginia showing Lieut. Gen'l. U.S. Grant's Campaign and Marches of the Armies under his Command in 1864-5. Engineer Bureau, War Dept....Prepared by Order of the Secretary of War For the Officers of the U.S. Army under the command of Lieut. Gen. U. S. Grant.

[A panel of eight sketch maps.] Mountain Passes Practicable for Wagons from Cumberland Gap to Winters' Gap.

Topography of the Battlefield of Cool-Harbor, [sic] Va....constructed form Recgnocainces made under Direction of Maj. N. Michler, Corps of Engr., U. S. A., by Maj. J. E. Weyss, U. S. V., Princ. Assistant, Engr. Dept., Army of P[otomac].

[Sketch showing the route of march of the 14th Army Corps from Atlanta to Savannah, November 16 to December 9, 1864.]

No. 2. Siege Operations at Spanish Fort, Mobile Bay, by the U.S. Forces under Maj. Gen. Canby. Captured by the Army of West Miss. on the Night of April 8 & 9th, 1865. Drawn by order of Maj. McAlester, Chief Engineer, Army & Division West Miss., under direction of Lt. S.E. McGregory, Commanding Topographical Party.

Martenet's Map of Kent County, Maryland

Topographical Sketch of the Battle Field of Stones River near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, December 30th, 1862, to January 3d, 1863. Major General W. S. Rosecrans Commanding the Forces of the United States, General Braxton Bragg Commanding the Forces of the Enemy. Sheet No. II. Position of the U.S. Troops on the 31st of December 1862. Surveyed under the Direction of Capt. N. Michler, Corps of Topographical Engrs., U.S.A., by Major J. E. Weyss.

Map of Red River and the Country South [and east of Alexandria]. Surveyed under the direction of Capt. E. Gottheil, Chief Engineer, Dist. Wesn. La., Head Quarters, Engineer Department, Dist. Western Louisiana.

Aransas Pass, Texas, Taken by the Union forces under Maj. Gen. Banks, Nov. 17th., 1863 . . . shows the position of the bar, also the Rebel batteries, each mounting 1-20 lb. Parrot gun. [By] Charles Hosmer, Sub-Asst., U.S. Coast Survey.

Map of East Tennessee from Knoxville to Rogersville. Compiled from authentic maps, from valuable information furnished by Wm. R. Palmer, Col., com'd'g. Anderson Cavalry, & from surveys & reconnoissances made in te winter of 1863 & 1864, under direction of Lt. Col. N. Bowen, Capt. of Eng's., U.S.A

Sketch of the Site of the O[pe]rations of the 10th, 11th, & 12th, July 1861, at Rich Mountain near Beverly, Randolph Co., [West] Virginia, between the U. S. Forces under Major Gen. Geo. McClellan and the Confederate troops, by Lieut. O. M. poe, U. S. Topl. Engrs.

...The Fifth Epoch of the Atlanta Campaign Embracing the region from the Chattahoochie [sic] river south to include Jonesboro and Lovejoys [sic] Station. Exhibiting, in connection, the passage of the Chattahoochie [sic] river, the Siege of Atlanta, and the operations at Jonesboro and Lovejoys [sic] Station, also the lines of works erected by the contending forces, and the lines of marches...

Sketch of Paducah and Vicinity. [By] John Rziha, Captain, 19th Inf., U.S. Army.

Map of the State of Virginia [and Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, and parts of adjoining States]. Compiled [by W. L. Nicholson] from the best authorities and printed at the Coast Survey Office. A. D. Bache, Supdt., 1862.

Sketch Shewing the Relative Positions of the Enemy's Works & Our Batteries During the Attack [on New Madrid, Mo.,] on the 13th of March 1862, Maj. Genl. John Pope Commanding the Army of the Mississippi, by F. Tunica, Engr.

Map of Montgomery County, Maryland. Compiled in the Bureau of Topographical Engineers from the latest and best authorities, Sept. 1862.

Sketch of the position of C. S. Forces Around Williamsport, Md., under Com. of Maj. Gen. J. E. B. Stuart, Sep. 19th, 62. By Wm. W. Blackford, Capt., Corps Engrs. [Confederate].

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.

Pensacola & Vicinity. Prepared by Order of Capt. P. C. Hains, Act. Chief Engineer, [Department of the Gulf], Under direction of Lt. H. C. Prevost, Adjt. Compiled from Maps & Information obtained by C. D. Elliot, Asst. C. E., Major D. C. Houston, Chief Engineer of Dept. Litho. by Lt. McGregory; transferred and printed by W. Probert, August 1864.

Plan of Siege Operations Against Fort Morgan by the U.S. Forces, under Maj. Genl. Gordon Granger, Aug. 1864. Capt. John C. Palfrey, Corps of Engrs., Lt. A. H. Burnham, [and] Lt. Chs. J. Allen, Corps of Engrs., in charge of works. Surveyed and Drawn by Capt. W. H. Wheeler [and] Lt. S. E. McGregory, Co. A., 96 U.S.C.I. Engr. Troops. Litho. in the Office of the Chief Engineer, Dept. of the Gulf.

Limit of Territory Controlled by U.S. Forces, Novr. 1864

Campaign Maps Exhibiting the...Line of March of The Army of Georgia From Goldsboro, N.C., to Avens Bridge, N.C., From Surveys, Topographical Engineers, Army of Georgia...1865.

Plan [and cross sections] of Fort Fisher carried by assault by the U.S. Forces commanded by Maj. Gen. A. H. Terry, Jan. 15, 1865; surveyed under the Direction of Bvt. Brigadier General C. B. Comstock, Chief Engineer, by Otto Jul. Schultze, Private, 15th Rgt., N.Y.V. Engineers.

[Rough sketch of the battlefield of Cross Keys, Va., June 8, 1862, compiled by Jed. Hotchkiss, 2d Army Corps, Confederate Army of Northern Virginia.]

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