Maps Camp McDonald; a school of Instruction for the 4th Brigade Georgia Volunteers

Format Maps
Contributors McClellan, I.
Dates 1917
Location Camp McDonald
United States
Language English
Subjects Army
Camp McDonald
Camp McDonald (Ga.)
Civil War
Confederate States of America
Georgia Infantry Brigade
United States
Camp McDonald; a school of Instruction for the 4th Brigade Georgia Volunteers
Contributor Names
McClellan, I. B.
Created / Published
Atlanta, c1917.
Subject Headings
-  Camp McDonald (Ga.)--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Maps
-  Confederate States of America.--Army.--Georgia Infantry Brigade
-  United States--Georgia--Camp McDonald
-  Scale 1:2400.
-  LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 149
-  "Lithographed and sold for the benefit of the Georgia volunteers."
-  Pictorial map showing parade grounds, tents, buildings, hospitals, streets, relief by hachures, and the names of principal officers.
-  "The Georgia Military Institute was organized at Marietta, Georgia, in 1851, by Colonel A. V. Brumby; chartered at the session of the General Assembly in the winter of 1851-1852, and modeled after the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. During the war between the states Camp McDonald was established, including the Georgia Military Institute grounds and extending to Big Shanty (now called Kennsaw). Here recruits for the Confederate army were drilled by the cadets and new regiments organized. During the campaign from Dalton to the sea in 1864 the Georgia Military Institute cadets served with great credit. Camp McDonald was destroyed by Sherman and the school was never revived.-Joseph Tyrone Derry."
-  Description derived from published bibliography.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress web site as raster image.
1 map, col., 33 x 54 cm.
Call Number
G3924.K4:2C3S5 1917 .M4
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 dcu
Digital Id
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