Format Maps
Contributors United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers
Dates 1864
Location United States
Virginia
Language English
Subjects Civil War
History
Maps
Military Topography
United States
Virginia
Title
[Central Virginia].
Contributor Names
United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers.
Created / Published
Washington, DC : Lith. by J.F. Gedney, [1864-.
Subject Headings
-  Military topography--Virginia
-  Virginia
-  Virginia.--History--Maps.--Civil War, 1861-1865
-  United States--Virginia
Notes
-  Relief shown by hachures.
-  Sheet 9 similar to no. 532, LC Civil War maps (2d ed.)
-  Some sheets consist of two parts joined in the middle showing towns and villages, roads and railroads, rivers and streams, and houses and names of residents.
-  The index map is a printed map entitled "Central Virginia, compiled in the Bureau of Topographl. Engrs. of the War Department for military purposes. July 1862" (entry no. 465.9)
-  This item is in the Map Collection of the Library of Virginia; please contact the Library's Archives Research Services department for more information.
-  Title from R.W. Stephenson's: Civil War maps, 2nd ed., 1989.
-  Sheet 6. [Front Royal, Upperville, White Plains, Warrenton, Gainsville and vicinity] photocopy, annotated in pencil -- Sheet 8. [Occoquan, Dumfries, Stafford C.H., and vicinity]. Ed. April 13th, 1864 (western half); Ed. April 18th, 1864 (eastern half), annotated in ink -- Sheet 9. [Culpeper County, with parts of Madison, Rappahannock and Fauquier counties]. Engr. by J. Schedler, 3 copies, one of which is annotated in pencil. Sheet 10 [Madison C.H., Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River, and vicinity] Ed. April 13, 1864 (western half), Ed. April 19, 1864 (eastern half), annotated in ink -- Sheet 11. [Fredericksburg, Port Royal, Rappahannock River, and vicinity]. Ed. April 28th, 1864 (western half) -- Sheet 12 (map 1) [Orange C.H., Gordonsville, Louisa C.H., Spotsylvania C.H., and vicinity]. Ed. April 23, 1864. -- Sheet 12 (map 2) [Orange C.H., Gordonsville, Louisa C.H., Spotsylvania C.H., and vicinity] / Engineer Dep. Hd. Qrs. Army of the Potomac. Ed. July 28, 1864, 2 copies, one photocopy, both annotated in pencil -- Sheet 16 (map 1) [Hanover C.H., King William C.H., and vicinity]. Ed. May 2nd 1864 (western half); Ed. 30 April 1864 (eastern half), annotated in pencil -- Sheet 16. (map 2) [Hanover C.H., King William C.H., and vicinity]. Ed. May 2nd, 1864 (western half only) -- Sheet 17. [Palmyra C.H., Goochland C.H., and vicinity]. Ed. March 26th, 1864 (eastern half) -- Sheet 21. (map 1) [Richmond, Charles City C.H., and vicinity]. Ed. May 19th, 1864 (western half); Ed. May 27th, 1864 (eastern half), 3 copies, annotated in pencil and ink -- Sheet 21 (map 2) [Richmond, Charles City C.H., and vicinity] (eastern and western halves), photocopy, annotated in pencil -- Sheet 21 (map 3) [Richmond, Charles City C.H., and vicinity] (northern section of eastern and western halves), photocopy, annotated in pencil; attached to sheet 16 [Hanover C.H., King William C.H., and
-  vicinity] (southern section of eastern and western halves), photocopy, annotated in ink.
-  LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.) 501.7
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
-  Sheet 6 (lva00104), c. 1, source unknown, Aug. 1968; sheet 8 (lva00105), c. 1, source unknown, Aug. 1968, c. 2 negative photocopy, LVA; sheet 9, c. 1 (lva00106), c. 2 (lva00107), c. 3 (lva00108), source unknown, Aug. 1968, c. 4-5, source unknown, c. 6, photocopy, LVA, c. 7, negative photocopy, LVA; sheet 10, c. 1 (lva00139), R & M Books, March 1967, bcf, c. 2, negative photocopy, LVA; sheet 11 (lva00140), c. 1, source unknown, Aug. 1968, c. 2, negative photocopy, LVA; sheet 12, map 1, c. 1 (lva00141), source unknown, Aug. 1968, c. 2, negative photocopy, LVA; map 2, c. 1 (lva00142), source unknown, Aug. 1968; c. 2 (lva00143), photocopy, source unknown, Aug. 1968; sheet 16, map 1, c. 1 (lva00144), Jan. 1954, Argosy Books, i, c. 2 negative photocopy, LVA; map 2, c. 1 (lva00145), source unknown; sheet 17 (lva00146), c. 1, source unknown, Aug. 1968, c. 2, negative photocopy, LVA; sheet 21, map 1, c. 1 (lva00147), c. 2 (lva00148), c. 3 (lva00149), source unknown, Aug. 1968, c. 4, negative photocopy, LVA; map 2, c. 1 (lva00150), source unknown, Aug. 1968; map 3, c. 1 (lva00151), source unknown, Aug. 1968.
-  Conservation: restored 1954, June 1967 or Nov. 1968; all maps conserved by Etherington Conservation Center, 2003.
-  Digital image available: 26 x 40.25 in. or smaller.
-  Library also has a photocopy of the index map annoted to show sheet lines and numbers.
-  Library has sheets 6, 8-12, 16, 17, and 21.
-  Map sheets cover central Virginia.
-  Previously filed as: 755 M6 1861-1865 1864.
-  Sheet 6 map accession no. 2618 (1968); sheet 8 map accession no. 2616 (1968); sheet 9, c. 1 map accession no. 2615 (1968), c. 2 5261X, c. 3 5262X, c. 4 5263X, c. 5 5264X; sheet 10 map accession no. 2613 (1968); sheet 11 map accession no. 2611 (1968); sheet 12, map 1, c. 1 map accession no. 2609 (1968), c. 2 2610 (1968) (neg. photostat, LVA); map 2, c. 1 map accession no. 5259X, c. 2 5260X; sheet 16, map 1 map accession no. 1523 (1954), map 2 map accession no. 5265X; sheet 17 map accession no. 2607 (1968); sheet 21, map 1, c. 1 map accession no. 2605 (1968), c. 2 5256X, c. 3 5257X; map 2 map accession no. 5258X; map 3 map accession no. 5266X.
-  Some maps have titles written in manuscript on verso.
Medium
maps : col. ; on sheets 68 x 100 cm. or smaller.
Call Number
G3880 s63 .U5
Repository
Library of Virginia Richmond, VA 23219-8000 USA vau For copies contact: Archives Research Services.
Digital Id
g3880m glva001 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.ndlpcoop/g3880m.glva001
Library of Congress Catalog Number
2003621224
http://lccn.loc.gov/2003621224


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