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Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Georgia, Alabama.
1880
World Atlas
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Full Title County map of the states of Georgia and Alabama. (with) Savannah, Georgia. (with) City of Atlanta, the capitol of Georgia. Entered ... 1879 by S. Augustus Mitchell ... Washington. (1880)
Note Hand colored with 2 insets. Shows settlements, railroads, rivers, etc. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus Jr …
Georgia, Alabama.
1884
World Atlas
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus Jr.
Full Title County map of the states of Georgia and Alabama. (with) Savannah, Georgia. (with) City of Atlanta, the capitol of Georgia. Copyright by S. Augustus Mitchell 1884.
Note Hand colored with 2 insets. Shows settlements, railroads, rivers, etc. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Poe, Orlando M.
Map illustrating the Siege o …
1864
Separate Map
Authors Poe, Orlando M.
Full Title Map illustrating the Siege of Atlanta, Ga. by the U.S. Forces, under Command of Maj. Gen. W.T. Sherman from the passage of Peach Tree Creek, July 19th 1864 to the commencement of the movement upon the Enemy's Lines of communication south of Atlanta, August 26, 1864 ... Reduced and engraved in the Engineers Bureau, War Dept. from an original prepared under the directions of Cap. O.M. Poe, Corps of Engs. and Senr. Engr. on Genl Sherman's Staff. Edw. Molitor, Lith.
Note Separate issue on heavy paper, shows positions of Union and Rebel forces around the city: "The red Figures indicate the surface elevation at these points, above the plane of reference, which is taken at 50 ft below the Water-table of the City Hall." Plate 88:1 in "Atlas to Accompany..."
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Georgia, Alabama.
1890
World Atlas
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Full Title County map of the states of Georgia and Alabama. (with) Savannah, Georgia. (with) City of Atlanta, the capitol of Georgia. Copyright 1887 by Wm. M. Bradley & Bro. (1890)
Note Hand colored with 2 insets. Shows settlements, railroads, rivers, etc. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
U.S. War Department, Chief o …
Military Operations of the A …
1874
Separate Map
Authors U.S. War Department, Chief of Engineers
Full Title Map IV illustrating the Military Operations of the Atlanta Campaign. Embracing the region 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 the investment of Atlanta. 1864. Maj. Genl. W.T. Sherman ... Genl. J.E. Johnston and J.B. Hood ... Compiled by Authority of the Secretary Of War ... 1874. Authorities Surveys made by J.T. Dodge and H.H. Ruger ... under the direction of Captain O.M. Poe ... Am. Photo-Lithographic Co. N.Y. (Osborne's Process.)
Note Map four. Colored in blue lines to indicate to indicate Union Forces and red lines to indicate Confederate Forces.
U.S. War Department, Chief o …
Map V illustrating the Milit …
1877
Separate Map
Authors U.S. War Department, Chief of Engineers
Full Title Map V illustrating the Military Operations of the Atlanta Campaign. This map includes the region from the Chattahoochee River south to Jonesboro and Lovejoy's Station, and exhibits the Works of the United States and Confederate Forces. 1864. Maj. Genl. W.T. Sherman ... Genl. J.E. Johnston and J.B. Hood ... Compiled by Authority of the Hon. The Secretary Of War ... 1877. Authorities. Surveys made by J.T. Dodge & Edw. Ruger ... under the direction of Major O.M. Poe ... Am. Photo-Lithographic Co. N.Y. (Osborne's Process.)
Note Map five of the series. Colored in blue lines to indicate to indicate Union Forces and red lines to indicate Confederate Forces.
Bush, H. M., United States. …
Vicksburg-Meridian, Miss.
1895
Military Atlas
Authors Bush, H. M., United States. War Department
Full Title Map of the country between Vicksburg and Meridian, Miss. showing the route followed by the Seventeenth Army Corps under the command of Maj. Gen. J.B. McPherson in February, 1864. Surveyed by Lt. H.M. Bush and assistants S. Davis and S.W. Dunning under the direction of Capt. A. Hickenlooper, Chf. Engr. (with) Sketch of the city of Atlanta and line of defenses. L.P. Grant, Capt. Engs. (with) Sketch of battery. L.P. Grant, Capt. Engs. (with) Map of Smith's Island, N.C. Prepared under the direction of Capt. Wm. H. James, Chf. Engr. by Lieut. B.L. Blackford, Top. Engr., Nov., 1863. Accompanying letter of Maj. Gen. W.H.C. Whiting, C.S. Army. Julius Bien & Co., Lith., N.Y. (1891-1895)
Note Col. map with 3 ancillary maps. Relief shown by hachures.
United States. War Departmen …
Capitol, Richmond, Libby Pri …
1895
Military Atlas
Authors United States. War Department
Full Title Capitol, Richmond, Va. Front view taken May 1865. Libby Prison, north side. Taken May 1865. Libby Prison, south side, taken May 1865. (with) Post Hospital, City Point, Va., 1865. Rebel Fort, now Federal No. 7 of new lines, Atlanta Ga. (with) Federal Fort No. 7, Atlanta, Ga. New line of defenses looking towards No. 8. Federal Fort No. 8, Atlanta, Ga. New line of defenses looking towards No. 7. Federal Fort No. 9, Atlanta, Ga, new line of defenses ... (with) Federal Fort No. 10, Atlanta, Ga. New line of defenses looking toward No. 9. (with) Federal Fort No. 10, Atlanta, Ga. New line of defenses, looking east ... (with) Federal Fort No. 11, Atlanta, Ga. New line of defenses, looking towards No. 10. Julius Bien & Co., Lith., N.Y. (1891-1895)
Note Eleven sepia-toned lithographs. Some from original photographs in the Office of the Quartermaster General, U.S. Army, some accompany report of Capt. O.M. Poe.
United States. War Departmen …
Forts, batteries, Atlanta, G …
1895
Military Atlas
Authors United States. War Department
Full Title Federal Fort No. 11, Atlanta, Ga. ... looking toward No. 12. Federal Fort No. 12 ... looking towards City Hall ... Federal Fort No. 12 ... looking towards No. 11. Federal Fort No. 13 ... Federal Fort No. 19 ... looking north. Federal Fort No. 19 ... looking south. Rebel fort, south of Chattanooga R.R., Atlanta, Ga. Rebel fort, Atlanta, Ga. between Peach Tree Street and Chattanooga Railroad. Rebel fort on Chattanooga R.R., Atlanta, Ga., Potter's House. Rebel fort on Peach Tree Street, Atlanta, Ca. Casemated battery on salient of rebel line, near White Hall, looking north towards Chattanooga R.R., 2 miles S.W. of Atlanta, Ga. Rebel battery, Peach Tree Street, Atlanta, Ga. Julius Bien & Co., Lith., N.Y. (1891-1895)
Note Twelve sepia-toned lithographs. Accompany report of Capt. O.M. Poe.
United States. War Departmen …
Rebel lines, Atlanta, Ga.
1895
Military Atlas
Authors United States. War Department
Full Title Rebel lines, Atlanta, Ga. south of Chattanooga R.R. with Federal Fort No. 7. Rebel lines near Chattanooga Railroad ... showing battery silenced by our fire. Rebel line near Chattanooga Railroad ... looking across R.R. towards the south. Rebel lines near Chattanooga Railroad ... looking across Rail Road to the southwest ... Rebel lines near Chattanooga Railroad ... showing nature of obstructions. Rebel lines from Chattanooga Railroad ... Rebel lines, north side of Atlanta, Ga. Rebel lines, north side of Atlanta, Ga. between Peach Tree Street and Chattanooga Rail Road. Rebel lines east of Atlanta, Ga. looking toward Decatur. Rebel lines south-east of Atlanta, Ga., looking towards Augusta R.R. Rebel lines south-east of Atlanta, Ga. looking towards McPherson's battle-ground of July 22d. Rebel lines south-east of Atlanta, Ga. Julius Bien & Co., Lith., N.Y. (1891-1895)
Note Twelve sepia-toned lithographs. Accompany report of Capt. O.M. Poe.
United States. War Departmen …
Iron clads, Engine "Hero," r …
1895
Military Atlas
Authors United States. War Department
Full Title Position of iron clads, January 15th, 1865. Engine "Hero" destroyed partially by rebels when avacuating (sic) Atlanta, Ga. (with) Rebel lines, Atlanta, Ga. looking across Augusta R.R. to the southward. (with) Rebel line on Augusta R.R. ... looking south. (with) Rebel lines on west side of Atlanta, Ga. looking southward. (with) Rebel lines, Atlanta, Ga. (with) U.S. Rolling Mill at Chattanooga, Tenn. (with) Ruins of rolling mill and cars destroyed by rebels on evacuation of Atlanta, Ga. (with) Round-house, Chattanooga R.R. at Atlanta, Ga. (with) Potter House, Atlanta, Ga. showing effects of bombardment. Julius Bien & Co., Lith., N.Y. (1891-1895)
Note Ten sepia-toned lithographs. Some accompany report of Capt. O.M. Poe. U.S. Rolling Mill from original photograph in Office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army. Iron clads from original in archives of the U.S. Coast Survey. Ships shown: Minnesota, Wabash, Mahopac, Canonicus, Iron Sides, Monadnock, Saugus, Malvern and Brooklyn.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Georgia, Alabama.
1886
World Atlas
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Full Title County map of the states of Georgia and Alabama. (with) Savannah, Georgia. (with) City of Atlanta, the capitol of Georgia. Copyright 1886 by Wm. M. Bradley & Bro.
Note Hand colored with 2 insets. Shows settlements, railroads, rivers, etc. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
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