Format Maps
Contributors Maynicke, Frank
Dates 1862
Location Camp Greble
Norfolk
United States
Virginia
Language English
Subjects 19th Century
Army
Camp Greble (Norfolk)
Camp Greble (Norfolk, Va.)
Civil War
D.
Greble, John Trout
History
Maynicke, Frank
Military Life
New York Infantry Regiment, 99th
Norfolk
Norfolk (Va.)
United States
Virginia
Title
Camp Greble near Norfolk, Va. of the 99th N.Y.S.V. [September 2, 1862]
Contributor Names
Maynicke, Frank, d. 1864.
Created / Published
[S.l. : s.n.], 1862.
Subject Headings
-  Greble, John Trout,--1834-1861
-  Maynicke, Frank,--d. 1864
-  United States.--Army--Military life--History--19th century
-  United States.--Army.--New York Infantry Regiment, 99th (1861-1865)
-  Camp Greble (Norfolk, Va.)
-  Norfolk (Va.)--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
-  United States--Virginia--Camp Greble (Norfolk)
-  United States--Virginia--Norfolk
Notes
-  Twenty-four locations are indexed including "Sutter & Gunmaker, "Photograph Shop," "House for Knapsacks," and "Bowling Alley." Tents of officers and various companies are identified as are cooking houses.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress web site as a raster image.
-  Camp Greble was named in honor of Lieutenant John Trout Greble killed at the Battle of Big Bethel, Virginia (June 10, 1861) and the first Union Army officer to die in the Civil War. In 1861, Frank Maynicke, a native-born Prussian, enlisted as a private in the New York State Volunteers (N.Y.S.V.). He was eventually transferred to Company F of the 99th N.Y.S.V., serving in the Union Coast Guard. In January 1864, he was captured near Smithfield, Va., and was a prisoner of war in Richmond, Va., and Andersonville, Ga.
-  Purchased from William Reese Company, New Haven, Conn., 14 November 2000. Accessioned 21 February 2001.
-  Manuscripts
Medium
1 map : hand col., in part, drawn in pencil, index in ink ; 25 x 39 cm. on sheet 35 x 43 cm.
Repository
Virginia Historical Society, P.O. Box 7311, Richmond, VA 23221-0311 USA vau
Digital Id
gvhs01 vhs00398 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.ndlpcoop/gvhs01.vhs00398


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