Complete set of five 19th century maps illustrating the Civil War Atlanta campaign (note that one map is in very poor condition). U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: "Map[s] Illustrating the Military Operations of the Atlanta Campaign, 1864. Compiled by the authority of the Hon. Secretary of War in the office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S.A." New York: U.S.A. American Photo-Lithographic Co., [1874-1877]. Original outline color, sheet sizes 40-1/2" x 30". Ref. Stephenson 131. Map I – from the Tennessee River to the Oostanuala River. Extremely fragile condition with multiple tears. Map II – from Resaca on the North to Ackworth on the south; exhibits the work of the United States and Confederate forces, 1877. 27 x 24 º image. Losses to upper half of right margin and a small portion of upper left margin, foxing/staining to upper margin. Map III – from Rome, Kingston, Cassville on the north to Dallas and Marietta on the south; exhibits the works of the United States and Confederate forces. Scattered chipping to margins, couple of light stains in lower left margin 21-3/4" x 30-1/2" image. Map IV – from Pine, Lost and Kennesaw Mountains south to include Atlanta and its environs, exhibiting the lines of operations at Pine, Lost and Kennesaw Mts., at Smyrna camp ground, along the Chattahoochie River, and in the investment of Atlanta. 1874. 23 3/4 x 25 1/4 image. Very good condition. Map V- from the Chattahoochee River south to Jonesboro and Lovejoy's Station; exhibits the works of the United States and Confederate forces. 1877. 24 1/2" x 25 1/2" image. Small stain in far right margin, minor edge chips. Condition: See item description. Condition: See item description.
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