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Topographical map, Georgia Fort Sumter National Monument
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Circa 1862
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Siege of Charleston, 1780, seat of war, North and South Carolinas, 1781 Fort Sumter National Monument Siege of Charleston, 1780. Seat of War - North and South Carolina, 1781.
Drawing of Battery Hays on Morris Island, siege operations against the defenses of Charleston Harbor, South Carolina, 1863 Fort Sumter National Monument This drawing outlines batteries on Morris Island during the siege of Charelston. Battery Strong, Battery Stevens, Battery Reno, Left Wing and Advanced Gun. See left panel of digital identifier smt_illustrations1_047 for published map detail of this area. Most likely drawn by Colonel T.B. (Thomas Benton) Brooks of the Union Army.
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Multiple Civil War maps of Charleston, South Carolina, and Belmont, Missouri Fort Sumter National Monument Map of the Defenses of Charleston City and Harbor. Plan of Belmont, January, 1862. The Battle near Belmont, Missouri, Nov. 7th, 1861. From: Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies 1861-1865.
Plan of the portion of the siege operations against the defense of Charleston Harbor showing the left batteries, Charleston, South Carolina, 1861-1865 Fort Sumter National Monument Siege operations against the defenses of Charleston Harbor showing the left batteries: 1) Batteries erected against fort Wagner prior to July 18th 1863, 2) Part of the breaching batteries erected against Fort Sumter used also against Fort Wagner and Battery Gregg. Section of approaches [illustration of various batteries]. Sketch showing the operations of the Army of the Potomac from Nov. 26 to Dec. 3, 1863. Plan of a portion of the siege operations against the defenses of the Charleston Harbor prior to the capture of Fort Wagner, Sept. 7, 1863.
Maps, Charleston at its defenses, 1863, New Berne, N. C., and defenses, 1864, Positions occupied by Army Corps in the Battle of Atlanta, G.A., 1864 Fort Sumter National Monument Map of Charleston and its defenses, Nov. 18th 1863. Map of New Berne N.C. and defenses, July 1864. Diagrams illustrating the 1st and 7th positions occupied by the 4th division, 17th Army Corps during the battle of Atlanta, G.A., July 22, 1864.
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Circa 1864
Maps, atlas to accompany official records of the Union and Confederate armies, 1861-1865 Fort Sumter National Monument Multiple images: Map of route and positions, First Corps, Virginia Army commanded by Major General Sigel, 1862. Map of operations, Drawn by Captain Blackford, Stuart 's Cavalry, Groveton, 1862. Map of route taken by Scouting party, Commanded by Major General J E B Stuart, Drawn by Captain Blackford, 1862. Map to accompany report of Major General J E B Stuart of operations of Cavalry Division, Drawn by Captain Blackford, 1862. Map of Cavalry expedition to Catlett 's station, Commanded by Major General Stuart, 1862 Map of the engagement, Secessionville, James Island, South Carolina, 1862. Map, Department of the gulf, Grand lake region, Prepared by order of Major General N P Banks, 1863. Diagram, Position of 3rd Brigade, Battefield, 1862. Diagram, Battlefield, 1862.
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Circa 1862

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