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Diagram showing the Position of Our Works at and about Brashear City, from Surveys and Notes by Maj. A. Elfield and Capt. H. L. Wheeler with additions by B. Von Reizenstein, del.

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.

Camp Nelson and Its Defences, Jessamine Co., Ky. Surveys, made by order of Lt. Col. J. H. Simpson, Chief Eng., Dept. of the Ohio, during the winter of 1863 & 1864, under the direction J. R. Gilliss, Ast. U. S. Eng., by Messrs. R. Moore, F. T. Hampton, & C. Slayton.

Map of the Channels, Shoals, &c. near Fort Jefferson, Tortugas. Reduced from Surveys made in 1845-46 by Major H. Bache, Topl. Engrs. Drawn under the direction of 1st Lieut. H. S. Putnam, Topl. Engrs., by H. G. Webber, C. E., May 1862.

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

Map of Cumberland-Gap and Vicinity laid down from Surveys, made by Capt. Sidney S. Lyon, acting Topographical Engineer, under Order of Genl. G. W. Morgan, commd'g. 7th Div., Army of the Ohio. Showing the location of the works constructed by the enemy and those erected by the forces of the United States.

Map Showing the Position of Williamsburg From Surveys made by command of Maj. Genl. Geo. B. McClellan, comd. the Army of the Potomac...Compiled and drawn By direction of Brig. Genl. Humphreys by Capt. J. Hope...May 30th, 1862.

Route of the Expedition, Oct. 22nd, 1862, with the Battle grounds of Pocotaligo & Coosawhatchie. Prepared form Sketches on the Ground by Captain Eaton, Lieut. Edwards & Lieut. Mehles, Corps of Vol. Engrs. Compiled from U.S. Coast Surveys

Map of the Battlefield of Champion's [sic] Hill, May 16th, 1863 ... Engineers' Office, Dept. of the Tenn., Capt. C. B. Comstock, Chief Engr. From Surveys by F. Tunica, Asst. Engr., and Sketches by Brig. Genl. A. P. Hovey & Capt. A. Hickenloper [sic]. Drawn by H. A. Ulffers, Asst. Engr.

Map of the Shenandoah & Upper Potomac Including Portions of Virginia, [West Virginia], and Maryland. Compiled from Surveys made under the Direction of 1st Lieut. John R. Meigs, U. S. Engrs., Chief Engineer Dept. West Virginia, and from other reliable authorities, 1864.

Map Showing the Route of the Army During the Red River Campaign in the Spring of 1864. Surveys & Reconnoissances by Osw. Dietz, Civil Engineers, [and] Lieuts. Miles & McGregory.

Battlefield in front of Franklin, Tennessee, where the United States Forces commanded by Major General J. M. Schofield severely repulsed the Rebel Army under General J. B. Hood, November 30th, 1864. Compiled under the Direction of Col. W. E. Merrill, Chief Engr., D. Cd., by Edward Ruger, Supt., Topl. Engr. Office, Milty. Divn. Tenn....Surveys made by Major James R. Willett, 1st U.S.V.V. Engrs., and Major I. J. S. Remington, 74st Illinois V. V. Infy.

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.

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