Maps The seige [sic] of Petersburg, Va.

Format Maps
Contributors Stinson, J.
Dates 1908
Location Petersburg
United States
Language English
Subjects History
Petersburg (Va.)
United States
The seige [sic] of Petersburg, Va.
Other Title
Siege of Petersburg, Va.
Contributor Names
Stinson, J. B.
Created / Published
[S.l.], c1908.
Subject Headings
-  Petersburg (Va.)--History--Siege, 1864-1865--Maps
-  United States--Virginia--Petersburg
-  Scale not given.
-  LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 611
-  "The above map is made to conform to a diagram of the position of the opposing armies during the seige of Petersburg, Virginia, as gotten up by N. Michler, Major of Engineers of the U.S. Army. The position of Elliotts' and Gracies' brigades are mainly represented."
-  Map of the Richmond-Petersburg area showing forts, covered ways, "abattis," "che-val-de-frise," railroads, drainage, and roads.
-  Inset: Diagram of the "Crater" tunnel. 5 x 15 cm.
-  Description of the siege appears beneath the map.
-  Description derived from published bibliography.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress web site as raster image.
1 map, 19 x 39 cm.
Call Number
G3884.P4S5 1908 .S7
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 dcu
Digital Id
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