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(Map of Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Georgia): Map Exhibiting the Campaigns of the Army of the Cumberland while under the command of Maj. Gen. WS Rosecrans

by Ruger, Edward (from "History of the Army of the Cumberland...Atlas")

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Robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati, 1875. Near fine lithograph, original color. Shows convergence of major forces in "Murfreesboro" TN, with details of main lines of operations, subordinate lines of operations, lines of march of all regional forces. Topographically quite detailed. This stri king map is from the 3 volume (including the atlas) work "History of the Army of the Cumberland, Its Organization, Campaigns, and battles...." by Thomas B Van Horne. 37x43cm..

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  • Bookseller: The Prime Meridian: Antique Maps & Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 806
  • Title: (Map of Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Georgia): Map Exhibiting the Campaigns of the Army of the Cumberland while under the command of Maj. Gen. WS Rosecrans
  • Author: Ruger, Edward (from "History of the Army of the Cumberland...Atlas")
  • Publisher: Robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati, 1875
  • Keywords: maps, Kentucky,Tennesee, Alabama, Georgia, civil war, Cumberland, union, confederacy, cartography, battle maps
  • Bookseller catalogs: A. Maps--Southeast US; F. Books--Civil War;

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