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(lithograph, American Civil War): Harper's Ferry, Virginia

By Illustrated London News

London: Illustrated London News, 1861. This is a small b&w view, issued, of the environs of Harper's Ferry Virginia. The image measures 7 x 9 inches (page measures16 x 11inches margins). This is dated Saturday, May 25, 1861. The image is clean and in very good condition.. First Thus.

$75.00

(Map of Mississippi-- 2 separate maps): 1. Environs of Vicksburg (Mississippi) 2. Vicksburg (SOLD AS SET)

By Vorzet (from the Comte de Paris' "History of the Civil War in America")

Jos. H. Coates & Co., Philadelphia, 1888. VG (slight browning) chromolithographs of this area of Pennsylvania. The larger map of the Vicksburg environs shows detailed roads, waterways, and railroads. Some individual landholders are shown. The 2nd map, that of Vicksburg, is smaller and less detailed, but still shows railroads, a small city plan and moderate topography. These maps are from Volume III of the Comte de Paris' multivolume work. Vorzet's original maps were done in French, but this item is from the first American edition, wi th the map information in English. This American edition was published in 4 volumes, as opposed to the 8 volumes of the French edition. The Comte was banished from France during the production of this work, and the final volumes (vol. 3 & 4) of the American edition was delayed until 1888. The larger map (1) is 21x30cm; the smaller image (2) is 21x19.5cm..

$95.00

(Map of Virginia): Fredericksburg

By Vorzet (from the Comte de Paris' "History of the Civil War in America")

Jos. H. Coates & Co., Philadelphia, 1876. Near fine, detailed chromolithograph of area of this area of northern Virginia. Railroad lines are shown, as is a small city plan of Fredericksburg. Numerous individual landowners are shown, along with moderate topographic detail (Rappahannock River ). This map is from Volume II of the Comte de Paris' multivolume work. Vorzet's original maps were done in French, but this item is from the first American edition, with the map information in English. This American edition was published in 4 volume s, as opposed to the 8 volumes of the French edition. The Comte was banished from France during the production of this work, and the final volume (vol. 4) of the American edition was delayed until 1888. The map listed here is 16.5x16cm..

$60.00

(Map of Virginia-- Civil War, Second Manassas): Map of Route and Positions of First Corp, Army of Va., Maj. Gen. Sigel, Comg., From July 7th to Septr. 10th 1862

By Pope, Major General John (Major Franz Kappner, Chief of Engineers)

Washington (DC): House of Representatives, 1863. VG with minor fold browning and 1 or 2 small crease tears at fold junctions. A large map showing the First Corps' route from Middletown, Va. to the defenses of Washington, DC. Names of individual residents are listed along the march line. Much more detail than might be apparent from initial visual inspection of map. Map # 461 from RW Stephenson's "Civil War Maps". 58x89cm. (The ORIGINAL & ENTIRE 256pp. of Gen. Pope's report to the Secretary of War is included with this map, although it has been disbound: 37th Congress, 3d Session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 81). First Edition.

$425.00

(Map of Tennessee): Fort Donelson

By Vorzet (from the Comte de Paris' "History of the Civil War in America")

Jos. H. Coates & Co., Philadelphia, 1875. VG with minimal offsetting, small chromolithograph of Fort Donelson, with Dover and Gen. Grant's Headquarters clearly indicated. There is some topographical detail here. This map is from Volume I of the Comte de Paris' multivolume work. Vorzet's ori ginal maps were done in French, but this item is from the first American edition, with the map information in English. This American edition was published in 4 volumes, as opposed to the 8 volumes of the French edition. The Comte was banished from F rance during the production of this work, and the final volume (vol. 4) of the American edition was delayed until 1888. The map listed here is 15.5x12cm..

$45.00

Civil War Newspaper Maps: A Historical Atlas

By Bosse, David

The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 1993. 1st ed, 4vo, HB, 162pp, as new but for a few minor tears in dust jacket from previous storage. 45 b&w newspaper maps, from northern dailies, are shown. Scholarly discussions include the mapmakers, newspaper map enterprise, map production, design and appearance, contemporary criticism, published record and accuracy. This is an interesting book. (3 copies available at above price.).

$28.00

(Map of Tennessee): Map of the Battlefields in front of Nashville, Commanding US Forces, Maj. Gen. GH Thomas. Commanding rebel Forces, Gen. JB Hood. Dec. 15th & 16th 1864

By Ruger, Edward (from TB Van Horne's "History of the Army of the Cumberland...Atlas)

robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati, 1875. Near fine lithograph, original color. Compiled from Gen. Tower's map. Fairly extensive detail for such a small map, with lines of works and positions of various forces color coded. Small city plan of Nashville, mainly indicating the Capitol. Railroa d lines shown.. From the "History of the Army of the Cumberland Its Organization, Campaigns, and Battles Written at the request of Major-General George H. Thomas..." by Thomas B. Van Horne. 20x22cm..

$60.00

(Map of Maryland): Antietam (Maryland)

By Vorzet (from the Comte de Paris' "History of the Civil War in America")

Jos. H. Coates & Co., Philadelphia, 1876. VG+ detailed chromolithograph of this area of Maryland. There is detailed topography here, along with a small city plan of Sharpsburg. Many individual landowners are shown. This map is from Volume II of the Comte de Paris' multivolume work. Vorzet's original maps were done in French, but this item is from the first American edition, with the map information in English. This American edition was published in 4 volumes, as opposed to the 8 volumes of the French edition. The Comte was banished fr om France during the production of this work, and the final volume (vol. 4) of the American edition was delayed until 1888. This map is 19x25cm..

$75.00

(Map of Virginia): Hampton Roads

By Vorzet (from the Comte de Paris' "History of the Civil War in America")

Jos. H. Coates & Co., Philadelphia, 1875. Near fine small chromolithograph of Hampton Roads waterways between Hampton and Portsmouth/Norfolk. This is a fairly simple map, from Volume I of the Comte de Paris' multivolume work. Vorzet's original maps were done in French, but this item is from the first American edition, with the map information in English. This American edition was published in 4 volumes, as opposed to the 8 volumes of the French edition. The Comte was banished from France during the production of this work, and the fin al volume (vol. 4) of the American edition was delayed until 1888. The map listed here is 15.5x12.5cm..

$45.00

The Wilderness Campaign May-June 1864 (vol. IV of Papers of the Military Historical Society of Massachusetts)

By The Military Historical Society of Massachusetts

The Military Historical Society of Massachusetts, Boston, 1905. VG, HB, no DJ (as issued), 471pp including index, with 6 b&w folding maps in rear (From the Rapidan to the James, The Wilderness, Spottsylvania Court House, The North Anna, The Totopotomoy, Cold Harbor). All the maps are in excellent conditon (there are a few minor marginal tears, none crossing neatlines of map). This book contains 16 separate essays read before the society between 1887 and 1899. The cover is a bit bumped and rubbed, with minor fraying at ends of spine, but the binding is tigh t..

$225.00

(Map of Virginia): Environs of Warrenton (Virginia)

By Vorzet (from the work of the Comte de Paris)

Porter & Coates, Philadelphia, 1886. Near fine, extensively detailed, chromolithograph. There are locations and names of individual creeks, rivers (including portion of Potomac), communities, mountains (including Bull Run Mountain)and hills, railroads (finished and unfinished). This ma p was published in the Comte de Paris' "The Battle of Gettysburg: From the History of the Civil War in America". The book containing the map offered here was published as a separate volume, after the multivolume series, and included expanded militar y details with documentation included. The basic 3 chapters are as published with the larger earlier series. Vorzet's maps have been reproduced from the French text, and all information is printed in English. 23x32cm..

$80.00

(Map of Tennessee): Map of the Battlefield of Stone River, Near Murfreesboro, Tenn. December 30th 1863. ...Gen WS rosecrans... Gen Vraxaton Bragg

By Ruger, Edward (from TB Van Horne's "History of the Army of the Cumberland...Atlas)

robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati, 1875. VG+ lithograph, original color. Fairly extensive detail for such a small map, with lines of works and positions of various forces color coded. Individual landowners designated. From the "History of the Army of the Cumberland Its Organization, Campai gns, and Battles Written at the request of Major-General George H. Thomas..." by Thomas B. Van Horne. 20.5x12.5cm..

$40.00

(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")

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..

$100.00

(Map of Tennessee): Map of the Battle of Chickamauga, Commanding US Forces Maj Gen WS Rosecrans, Commanding Rebel Forces General Braxton Bragg, Sept 19th and 20th 1863

By Ruger, Edward (from TB Van Horne's "History of the Army of the Cumberland...Atlas)

robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati, 1875. Near fine lithograph, original color. Fairly extensive detail for such a small map, with moderate topography. Individual landowners designated and positions of various forces color-coded. From the "History of the Army of the Cumberland Its Organizat ion, Campaigns, and Battles Written at the request of Major-General George H. Thomas..." by Thomas B. Van Horne. 12.5x20cm..

$45.00

Soldiering with Sherman: The Civil War Letters of George F. Cram

By Bohrnstedt, Jennifer Cain (editor); Burton, Orville Vernon (introduciton

DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press , 2000. New book, 210pp with index. Detailed and literary letters of George Cram and his movements during the Civil War. Sherman later helped with the mapping of the transmississippi west, including work with the Union Pacific Railroad. Cram cofounded a large map publishing house, still in existence today. The book's endpapers are maps showing his routes of travel during this conflict. His comments reflect on many social issues of the times. . First Edition. Cloth. As New/As New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$32.00

(Map of Tennessee, Kentucky): Map Exhibiting the Chattanooga & East Tennessee Campaigns in conjunction. Commanding the Unites States Forces...Chattanooga Maj. Gen. US Grand, Commanding...East Tennessee Maj. Gen. AE Burnside

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

Robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati, 1875. Near fine lithograph (small central crease tear repaired on verso), original color. Extensively referenced Authorities. Extensive topography and Lines of March.This striking map is from the 3 volume (including the atlas) work "History of the Army o f the Cumberland, Its Organization, Campaigns, and battles...." by Thomas B Van Horne. 42x47cm..

$125.00

(Map of Kentucky): Map of the Battlefield of Logan's Crossroads, or Mill Springs, January 19th 1862...Gen. GH Thomas..Gen GR Crittenden

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

Robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati, 1875. VG lithograph, original color. This is color coded for "Designations of Positions of Forces", including "US" and "Rebel", 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. 20.5x12.5cm..

$40.00

(Map of Tennessee): Map of the Field of Shiloh, Near Pittsburgh Landing, Tenn. Showing the Positions of the US Forces under the Command of Maj. Genl. US Grant and... DC Buell...April, 1862

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

Robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati, 1875. VG lithograph, original color (actually this is near fine, but there is a small tear at the left upper neatline with a tiny amount of paper loss). This is color coded for the daily movements of Grant's and Buell's forces, from the 3 volume (includi ng the atlas) work "History of the Army of the Cumberland, Its Organization, Campaigns, and battles...." by Thomas B Van Horne. 20.5x12.5cm..

$60.00

(Map of Tennessee): Battlefield of Chattanooga with the operations of the National Forces under the command of Maj. Gen. US Grant during the battles of Nov. 23 24 & 25, 1863

By Ruger, Edward (from TB Van Horne's "History of the Army of the Cumberland...Atlas)

robert Clarke & Co., Cincinnati, 1875. Near fine lithograph, original color. Very detailed daily notes on positions of opposing forces, Authorities for map preparation, and route explanations. Small city plan of Chattanooga. Railroad lines shown.. From the "History of the Army of the Cu mberland Its Organization, Campaigns, and Battles Written at the request of Major-General George H. Thomas..." by Thomas B. Van Horne. 24x20cm..

$70.00

(chromolithograph) Antietam

By Prang (American Lithographic Company)

Boston: American Lithographic Co., 1887. Near fine striking chromolithograph from this well-known series. Prang coined the term "chromolithography" in the 1860s, and was the subject of a more recent book by K. McClinton (Clarkson N. Potter Inc., NY). These "chromos" were popular decoration s in many Victorian homes.The large image is 38x54cm..

$350.00

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