Maps Seven Days battle on Chickahominy 25th June to 1st July 1862.
Humphreys, Benjamin Grubb
Seven Days' Battles, Va
Seven Days' Battles, Va.
- Seven Days battle on Chickahominy 25th June to 1st July 1862.
- Contributor Names
- Humphreys, Benjamin Grubb, 1808-1882.
- Archer family.
- Created / Published
- [S.l. : s.n., 1862].
- Subject Headings
- - Seven Days' Battles, Va., 1862--Maps
- - United States--Virginia--Richmond Region
- - Seven Days' Battles, Va
- - "During the fight at Malvern Hill the Yankee gun boats fired into the combatants injuring both sides equally, 3 1/2 miles."--Page caption.
- - "The stained lines indicate the Yankee lines from White Oak Swamp to Mechanicsville and the lines of their retreat to their gun boats on James River. The stained dots on Chickahominy are pontoon bridges placed by the Yankees for their army to cross. The Yankee lines consist of fires, fortifications, redoubts, turretts, and rifle pits and immense abatis."--Page caption
- - Map accompanies letter, 1862 July 29, of Humphreys, at Amelia Springs, Va., to Richard Thompson Archer, Claiborne County, Miss.
- - Available also through the Library of Congress web site as a raster image.
- - In the Archer family papers, 1771-1918. Section 13.
- - Manuscripts
- 1 map : pen-and-ink and watercolor ; 24 x 18.5 cm.
- Virginia Historical Society, P.O. Box 7311, Richmond, VA 23221-0311 USA vau
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