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Cover: Map of the state of Virginia.
Bache, A. D.; Nicholson...
Cover: Map of the state...
1863
Pocket Map
 
Author
[Bache, A. D., Nicholson, W. L.]
Full Title
(Covers to) Map of the state of Virginia. Compiled from the best authorities at the Coast Survey Office. A.D. Bache, Supdt. July 1863. Compiled by W.L. Nicholson. Lith. by Chas. G. Krebs.
Note
General map of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and southern Pennsylvania showing cities and towns, roads, rivers, and relief by hachures. The map is overprinted in red to indicate railroads, the state name "West Virginia," and concentric circles centered on Richmond. Circles are at intervals of ten miles. A table of "Distances by Rail Roads" appears below the map title. Printed in colors, this map is probably the first U.S. Government map to show the new State of West Virginia. It is the first issue, published in July, 1863, just after West Virginia became a state on July 1, 1863. A second issue appeared in August, 1863. It was issued in substantially the same form in 1862 (Stephenson 465.45). Two other issues appeared in 1862 taken from this map: Map of Eastern Virginia and Map of Western Virginia. These were all popular maps, and Stephenson quotes the 1862 Coast Survey Annual Report as stating that 5,500 copies of the Map of Eastern Virginia alone were printed. Map is folded into textured brown cloth covers 15.5x10 with "Map of Virginia. W.S. & A. Martien, Philadelphia" in gilt.
Map of the state of Virginia.
Bache, A. D.; Nicholson...
Map of the state of Vir...
1863
Pocket Map
 
Author
[Bache, A. D., Nicholson, W. L.]
Full Title
Map of the state of Virginia. Compiled from the best authorities at the Coast Survey Office. A.D. Bache, Supdt. July 1863. Compiled by W.L. Nicholson. Lith. by Chas. G. Krebs.
Note
General map of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and southern Pennsylvania showing cities and towns, roads, rivers, and relief by hachures. The map is overprinted in red to indicate railroads, the state name "West Virginia," and concentric circles centered on Richmond. Circles are at intervals of ten miles. A table of "Distances by Rail Roads" appears below the map title. Printed in colors, this map is probably the first U.S. Government map to show the new State of West Virginia. It is the first issue, published in July, 1863, just after West Virginia became a state on July 1, 1863. A second issue appeared in August, 1863. It was issued in substantially the same form in 1862 (Stephenson 465.45). Two other issues appeared in 1862 taken from this map: Map of Eastern Virginia and Map of Western Virginia. These were all popular maps, and Stephenson quotes the 1862 Coast Survey Annual Report as stating that 5,500 copies of the Map of Eastern Virginia alone were printed. Map is folded into textured brown cloth covers 15.5x10 with "Map of Virginia. W.S. & A. Martien, Philadelphia" in gilt.
Northwestern America Showing The Territory Ceded By Russia To The United States.
Sumner, Charles
Northwestern America Sh...
1867
Gov't Report Book
 
Author
Sumner, Charles
Full Title
Northwestern America Showing The Territory Ceded By Russia To The United States Compiled For The Department of State at the U.S. Coast Survey Office. B. Peirce, Supt. Second Edition, May 1867. Drawn by A. Lindenkohl. Chas. G. Krebs, Lith.
Note
Map in full color. The Russian settlements are underlined in red. The Esquimaux settlements are underlined in blue. With two inset maps: Sitka and its approaches from the Russian and British authorities; and an untitled map showing the North Pacific Ocean including the great circle line from Hakodadi, Japan to San Francisco, California.
Official Plan of The Siege Of Yorktown Va.
Abbot, Henry L.
Official Plan of The Si...
1862
Separate Map
 
Author
Abbot, Henry L.
Full Title
Official Plan of The Siege Of Yorktown Va. Conducted by the Army of the Potomac under the command of Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan U.S.A. April 5th to May 3rd 1862. Prepared under the direction of Brig. Gen J.G. Barnard Chief Engr. by Lieut. Henry L. Abbot Top. Engrs. A.D.C. ... Lith. by J.F. Gedney, Washn. Chas. G. Krebs, Engr.
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Large scale map showing the Confederate and Union batteries with Notes and Proposed Armament of Batteries. Without color. Plate 19:2 in "Atlas to Accompany..."
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