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Hall, E.S., New York Herald
War Maps And Diagrams. Our Naval And Military Operations At A Gla …
1861
Newspaper
Authors Hall, E.S., New York Herald
Full Title War Maps And Diagrams. Our Naval And Military Operations At A Glance. The Coast and Land Line of the Rebellious States ... The Union Blockade of the Atlantic and Gulf Coast ... The Rebel Batteries on the Mississippi ... The Forts on the Southern Sea Line. The New York Herald. New York. Saturday, November 16, 1861. (with) 17 additional maps.
Note Map without color. It shows the coast and land line of the Southern States. Map shows positions of the Union and Rebel troops.
Hall, E.S., New York Herald
Important Operations in Kentucky and Tennessee.
1861
Newspaper
Authors Hall, E.S., New York Herald
Full Title Important Operations in Kentucky and Tennessee. The Battle Ground of Gen. Nelson at Piketon--The Brilliant Victory Over the Rebels--Situation of the Bridges Destroyed by the Unionists of Tennessee--The Cumberland Gap--Positions of the Contending Armies, &c., &c., &c. New York Herald War Maps and Diagrams. (Pages) 4 and 5.
Note Maps without color. Each map has its own title: The Seat of War In Kentucky, The Fight At Santa Rosa Island, Map Of The Rebel Capital (Richmond), The Affair At Chicamacomico, Very Curious Rebel Semi-Official Pictorial View Of The Battle Of Bull Run.
Hall, E.S., New York Herald
Seven maps from the New York Herald War Maps and Diagrams.
1861
Newspaper
Authors Hall, E.S., New York Herald
Full Title Seven maps from the New York Herald War Maps and Diagrams. (Pages) 3 and 6. (see note field for titles).
Note Maps without color. Each map has its own title: The Seat Of War In Missouri. The Upper Potomac. The Scene Of Action. Fort Walker. Seat Of War Around Paducah And Columbus, Georgia. The Seat Of War In Western Virginia. The Great Naval Expedition.
Hall, E.S., New York Herald
The Seat of War in the West.
1861
Newspaper
Authors Hall, E.S., New York Herald
Full Title The Seat of War in the West. New York Herald War Maps and Diagrams. (Page) 2.
Note Map without color. Subtitle: Map of the Scene of Operations in Southeastern Missouri, Illinois and Tennessee, with the Positions of the Rebel Troops and Portions of the Federal Forces, and the Defences at Cairo and Bird's Point.
Hall, E.S., New York Herald
Our Brilliant Naval Victory.
1861
Newspaper
Authors Hall, E.S., New York Herald
Full Title Our Brilliant Naval Victory. New York Herald War Maps and Diagrams. (Page) 7.
Note Map without color. Subtitle: Sketch of Beaufort, Port Royal and Fort Beauregard and Walker--Scene of the Operations of Our Great Expedition.
Hall, E.S., New York Herald
Map of New Orleans and Surrounding Country.
1861
Newspaper
Authors Hall, E.S., New York Herald
Full Title Map of New Orleans and Surrounding Country. (with) The Lower Potomac. New York Herald War Maps and Diagrams. (Page) 8.
Note Maps uncolored.
Elmira Advertiser, G.W. & C.B. Colton & Co.
Map Of Chicago Showing The Burnt District.
1871
Newspaper
Authors Elmira Advertiser, G.W. & C.B. Colton & Co.
Full Title Supplement To The Elmira Advertiser. Map Of Chicago Showing The Burnt District. The City Of Chicago, Illinois. Published By G.W. & C.B. Colton & Co. 172 William St. New York. Entered ... 1855 by J.H. Colton & Co. ... New York.
Note This map of Chicago first appeared in Colton's General Atlas of 1870 on the same page with a map of St. Louis. Here it has been used as a separate newspaper insert to show the area burned in the fire of October, 1871. The portion of the title "Map Of Chicago Showing The Burnt District" is colored in red and overprinted on the map for dramatic effect, as is the area on the map that encompasses the burnt district. A scarce piece of ephemera.
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