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Scarce 1895 map, "The Battle Fields In Front of Nashville, Tenn., where the United States forces, commanded by Major-General Geo. H. Thomas, defeated and routed the rebel army under General Hood, December 15th and 16th 1864." Surveyed and drawn under the direction of Gen. Tower by M. Peseux, C.S. Mergell, United States War Department. Issued as part of The Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate armies of the Civil War. Shows positions of troops commanded by Generals Hood, Schofield, Cruft, Wood, Smith, Steedman and others in relation to major thoroughfares such as Hillsboro Pike, Granny White Pike, Charlotte Pike, Franklin Pike and Murfreesborough Pike, and summarizes the events of the two day battle. 12" x 10-1/4". Condition: Light toning; seam is joined with document tape.