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Lot of five Civil War maps. 1st map: Map of the Battlefield of Carnifex Ferry, Gauley River, West Va., Sept. 10th 1861. Copied from a map accompanying the report of Gen. Rosencrans, 1876. Ref. Stephenson, #694. Image 18-3/4" high by 17-1/4"wide on sheet 22-3/4" high by 19-1/2 wide. 1" tear to top margin. 2nd map: Map of the Battle of Luka, Mississippi, showing the positions of the United States and Confederate Troops on the 19th of September, 1862. Pub. 1877. Ref. Stephenson #273. Image 23-3/4"H x 28-1/4" W on a sheet 26" x 30". Scattered small margin tears and chips. 3rd map: Map of Port Hudson and Vicinity, pub. 1877. Ref. Stephenson #238. Image 33-1/2" H x 24-1/4"W on a sheet 35-1/2" x 27". Repaired 13" vertical tear running from center top, chipping at right margin, couple of spots of foxing, light creasing. 4th map: Map Showing the Military Defenses of Cincinnati, Covington, and Newport [1861-1862]. Published 1877. Ref. Stephenson #319. 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" margin loss extending into image on center left side. Image 25"H x 36-1/2" W on a sheet 27-3/4" x 39-1/4". 5th map: Map of the Battlefield near Belmont, Missouri. United States Forces Commanded by Brig. General U.S. Grant, Nov. 7th, 1861. Published 1876. Ref. Stephenson #297. Image 16" x 20" on a sheet 19-3/4" x 22-3/4". Very good condition. Note: in the 1860s and 1870s, the War Department issued many lithographed maps made fom hand drawn maps its engineers had drawn during the war. They were loose sheets of various sizes, not part of atlases or books, although some of them were similar to the maps issued in official reports. Many of them served as the basis for the maps in the official Civil War Atlas published in the 1890s. CONDITION: See item description.