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Pictorial map of the seat of war, showing parts of the states of Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and North Carolina Map of Appomattox Court House and vicinity, 1866 Map of the Main Battlefields, Routes, Camps and Head Qrs., in the Gettysburg, Wilderness and Appomattox campaigns
Colton's new topographical map of the states of Virginia, Maryland and Delaware, 1864 District of Columbia and the Seat of War on the Potomac, 186-? History of the Civil War in the United States, 1860-1865 by J. Kellick Bathurst
Hughes military map of Richmond & Petersburgh [sic], VA, 1864 Map of the battle field of Spottsylvania Military map of south-eastern Virginia by A. Lindenkohl, 1864
Map showing the operations of the Army of the Potomac under command of Maj. Gen. George G. Meade from March 29th to April 9th 1865 Panorama of the seat of war. Birds eye view of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia, by John Bachmann Plan of 2nd battle of Bull Run Shewing movements of troops from 27 Aug. to Sept. 1 by Robert Knox Sneden
The battle of Chancellorsville Sunday, May 3rd, 1863 by S.B. Robinson Map of the battle of Chancellorsville, Saturday, May 2nd 1863 Map of the battle of Chancellorsville, Sunday, May 3rd
Topographical map of Virginia between Washington and Manassas Junction Magnus' Historical War Map, One Hundred & Fifty Miles Around Richmond The Seat of War: Birds eye view of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia by J. Schedler
The approaches from Washington, to Richmond From surveys supplied by officers of the army, 1862 Magnus's county map of the United States during the War of the Rebellion, 1862 Map of the southern states, including rail roads, county towns, state capitals, county roads..., 1861
Bacon's military map of the United States shewing the forts & fortifications, 1862 Bacon's steel plate map of America, political, historical & military, 1863 Colton's new railroad & county map of the United States, the Canadas &c., 1862