War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate XXI

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate XXI
Virginia Union University
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Rough Sketch of Reconnaissance — Sketch of the Battle of New Market, VA. — Map illustrating the Battle of Hanover, VA. — Engagement near Hanover court-house, VA. — Reconnaissance made on the afternoon of May the 23rd 1862 — Battle of Mechanicsville, VA. — Map of March from Mount Airey to Old Chruch, VA. — Skirmish between two rebel batteries and Battery B, 1st Md. Arty. — Map to accompany the report of Brig. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart, C.S. Army Commanding Pamunkey expedition to the enemy’s rear June 13, 14 and 15, 1862 — Malvern Hill, VA. Morell’s Division July 1st 1862 — Topography of the Battle-field of Cross Keys, VA. — Engagement near Hanover Court-House, VA. May 27 1862 — Map of route and positions First Corps, Army of Virginia — Created by Kappner, Pilsen — BU identifier 19wor_atlas_v1_021 — For more information on this collection, visit contentdm.baylor.edu/cdm4/index_19wor.php?CISOROOT=/19wor

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate CVII

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate CVII
Virginia Union University
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Rebel Lines. Mobile Defenses. Battery McIntosh, water battery — Siege of Petersburg, Va., from July 9th to July 31, 1864. Field Battery. Constructed under the direction of Major J.C. Duane, Chief Engineer, by Capt. G.H. Mendell, U.S. Engrs, assisted by Capt. F. Harwood, U.S. Engrs., Capt. G.L. Gillespie, U.S. Engrs., and Lieut. W.H.H. Benyaurd, U.S. Engrs. Headquarters Army of the Potomac, Engineer Department, October 20, 1864 — Rebel Lines. Mobile Defenses. Fort Sidney Johnston, N on Lieut. Col. V. Sheliha’s line of works. Drawn by order of Maj. McAlester, Chief Engineer Army and Division West Mississippi, under direction of Lieut. S.E. McGregory, Com’dg. Top. Party. H. Holtz, Del. — Siege of Petersbug, Va., from July 9th to July 31st, 1864. Siege Battery and Mortar Battery Constructed under the direction of Major J.C. Duane, Chief Engineer, by Capt. G.L. Gillespie, U.S. Engrs. Headquarters Army of the Potomac, Engineer Department, October 20, 1864 — Rebel Lines. Mobile Defenses. Redan Nos. 7 and 8 between redoubts G and F and E. — Siege of Petersburg, Va., From July 9th to July 31, 1864. Fort Prescott. Constructed under the direction of Major J.C. Duane, Chief Engineer, by Capt. G.L. Gillespie, U.S. Engrs. Headquarters Army of the Potomac, Engineer Department, October 20, 1864 — Drawings of Rifle Projectiles used by the U.S. Forces in the Virginia Campaign of 1864 / Drawings of Rifle Projectiles used by the Rebels in the Virginia Campaign of 1864 — Siege of Petersburg, Va., from July 9th to July 31st, 1864. Field Battery Constructed under the direction of Major J.C. Duane, Chief Engineer, by Lieut. H.H. Benyaurd, U.S. Engrs. Headquarters Army of the Potomac Engineer Department, October 20, 1864 — Created by Michler, Abbot, McAlester, McGregory — BU identifier 19wor_atlas_v2_107 — For more information on this collection, visit contentdm.baylor.edu/cdm4/index_19wor.php?CISOROOT=/19wor

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate CXXXV-C

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate CXXXV-C
Virginia Union University
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Map of the Battle-field of Baker’s Creek. May 16th, 1863 — Map of Tete De Pont and Battle of Big Black Bridge May 17th 1863 — Field Works at Franklin, Tenn. Occupied by the 23rd and 4th Corps during engagement of Nov. 30th 1864. Maj. Gen. J.M. Schofield, Com’d’g. — Map of a part of Virginia exhibiting the Routes of Genl. W.W. Averell, in his three Expeditions of August, November & December, 1863. — Map of the Vicinity of New Creek Sta. B & O R.R. — Created by Luckett, Sheppard, Twinning, Meigs — BU identifier 19wor_atlas_v2_135-C — For more information on this collection, visit contentdm.baylor.edu/cdm4/index_19wor.php?CISOROOT=/19wor

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate II

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate II
Virginia Union University
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Sketch of works east of Fort Johnson as seen from Fort Sumter — Appearance of the Works at Cumming’s Point — Sketch of Fight at Rich Mountain, W. VA. — Sketch of Rich Mt. Battle-Field — Map of Part of West Virginia, found among Lieut. Col. J.M. Heck’s papers. — Camp Garnett and vicinity, Rich Mt. Randolph Co. VA.– Created by T. Seymour, O.M. Poe, Jed Hotchkiss — BU identifier 19wor_atlas_v1_002 — For more information on this collection, visit contentdm.baylor.edu/cdm4/index_19wor.php?CISOROOT=/19wor

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate XVII

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate XVII
Virginia Union University
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Reconnaissance toward Lee’s Mill, VA. April 28, 1862 — Picket line of First Brigade and reconnaissance toward Lee’s Mill, VA. April 28, 1862 — Part of the map of the Military Department of Southeastern Virginia and Fort Monroe showing the approaches to Richmond and Petersburg — Created by Abbott — BU identifier 19wor_atlas_v1_017 — For more information on this collection, visit contentdm.baylor.edu/cdm4/index_19wor.php?CISOROOT=/19wor

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate XLV

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate XLV
Virginia Union University
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Map of area surrounding Browning’s Court House — Map to show lines of march of Second Army Corps and the enemy, October 14, 1863 — Map of Orange County &c., Va. embracing the details and plan of operations of Confederate and Federal forces at Mine Run and Rapidan River — Map of portions of the military departments of Washington, Pennsylvania, Annapolis and Northeastern Virginia — Map of battle-field at Bristoe fought by 2d Army Corps commanded by Maj. Gen. G.K. Warren, October 14, 1863 — Map of Missionary Ridge, Tenn. showing the positions attacked by the forces under the command of Maj. Gen. W.T. Sherman Nov. 24th and 25th 1863 — Map of area surrounding Sweet Water Town, GA — Position of the 17th Corps near Decatur, GA, July 22, 1864 — Created by McPherson, Reese, Cope — BU identifier 19wor_atlas_v1_045 — For more information on this collection, visit contentdm.baylor.edu/cdm4/index_19wor.php?CISOROOT=/19wor

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate LXIX

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate LXIX
Virginia Union University
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Map of the Battle-field of Cedar Creek, Va. — Upper Potomac from McCoy’s Ferry to Conrad’s Ferry and Adjacent Portions of Maryland and Virginia — Upper Potomac from McCoy’s Ferry to Conrad’s Ferry and Adjacent Portions of Maryland and Virginia — Map showing the march routes of the Army of Tennessee from Atlanta to Savannah — Plate Showing the Position of the 15th Army Corps — Created by Helmle — BU identifier 19wor_atlas_v1_069 — For more information on this collection, visit contentdm.baylor.edu/cdm4/index_19wor.php?CISOROOT=/19wor

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate XCIV

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate XCIV
Virginia Union University
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Map of the Battle-Field about Frederick City and the Monocacy River, Md. July 9, 1864 — Map of the Valley of Virginia from Staunton to Winchester from Surveys and Reconnaisances by P.W.O. Koerner, Lt. Engr. Made under direction of Major A.H. Campbell, Chf. Topl. Bureau, D.N.V. — Positions of the Union Hospitals at Cold Harbor, Va., May 31, June 12, 1864 — Map of Field of Operations of March 29, 30 and 31, 1865 of The Fifth Army Corps commanded by Maj. Gen. G.K. Warren — Skirmish at Salineville, Ohio, and Surrender of Brig. Gen. John H. Morgan, C.S. Army — Positions of the Union Hospitals at Spotsylvania Court-House, Va., May 9-21, 1864 — Position of the Union Hospitals at the Battle of the Wilderness, Va., May 5-7, 1864. — A map of a line of Defenses in the Alleghanies compiled from Whitcomb’s Railroad Map and Original Surveys by Lieut. Koerner’s Topographical Party under direction of Capt. C.R. Howard, C.S.E. H.J. Miller, Asst. and Drftsm. — Copy of Map furnished to Maj. Gen. G.K. Warren, Commanding The Fifth Army Corps, by means of which to conduct operations Beginning on March 29, 1865 — Created by Von Lindenberg, Koerner, Campbell — BU identifier 19wor_atlas_v2_094 — For more information on this collection, visit contentdm.baylor.edu/cdm4/index_19wor.php?CISOROOT=/19wor

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate XXVII

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate XXVII
Virginia Union University
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Part of map portions of the military departments of Washington, Pennsylvania, Annapolis and Northeastern Virginia — Map accompanying Lieutenant General Pemberton’s report of operations near Vicksburg, Miss. — Battle-fields of South Mountain — BU identifier 19wor_atlas_v1_027 — For more information on this collection, visit contentdm.baylor.edu/cdm4/index_19wor.php?CISOROOT=/19wor

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate VI

War of the Rebellion Atlas: Plate VI
Virginia Union University
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Map of the Ground of Occupation and Defense of the Division of the U.S Army in Virginia — Sketch of the Battle Field of Logan’s Cross-Roads, KY. and Sketch of the Enemies Fortified Position at and opposite Mill Springs, KY. — Sketch of Paducah, KY and vicinity — Created by A. Kilp, Captain John Rziha — BU identifier 19wor_atlas_v1_006 — For more information on this collection, visit contentdm.baylor.edu/cdm4/index_19wor.php?CISOROOT=/19wor