Map of Fort de Russy.
Relief shown by hachures. From Harper's weekly, v. 8, April 30, 1864, p. 277. LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.), 233.5 Description derived from published bibliography. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Sketch of Fort De Russy, Louisiana
Scale 1:10,000. LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 234 Shows rifle pits, breastworks, location and number of guns, roads, houses, fences, woods, and drainage. Description derived from published bibliography. Available also through the Library of Congress web site as raster image.
United States Coast Survey
Plan showing the defences of the fort on Red River,
Scale ca. 1:9,600. LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 234.2 From Report of the Secretary of the Navy, with an appendix, containing reports from officers. December, 1863 (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1863). opp. p. 482. Map of Confederate Fort De Russy, Louisiana, and vicinity. Original sketch from which this was reproduced was sent to the Secretary of the Navy by Acting Rear Adm. David ...
United States. Navy
Guide leaflets for the tour of historic Civil War defenses, Washington D.C.
Tour of the Civil War defenses of Washington, D.C.
Relief shown by contours on some maps. Title from title sheet (sheet #1). Facsims. of Civil War fortification maps of Washington D.C. Original version: [S.l. : s.n., 1861?-1865]. LC sheets imperfect: Use-worn, punch-holed in left margin, rubber-stamped on verso to indicate sheet numbers. LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.) 689 Sheets variously include notes, captions, and/or index of facilities. Available also through the Library ...
United States. Office of National Capital Parks - Barnard, J. G. (John Gross) - United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Commercial Mapping - Civil War Maps - Digital Collections
Throughout the American Civil War, commercial publishers in the North and to a lesser extent in the South produced countless maps for an eagerly awaiting public in need of up-to-date geographical information. Few families were without someone in the armed forces serving in a little-known place in the American South. Maps, therefore, were not only important sources of information, but also satisfied the patriotic ...
Union Mapping - Civil War Maps - Digital Collections
Federal military authorities were keenly aware that they were unprepared to fight a war on American soil. Any significant campaign into the seceding states could be successfully carried out only after good maps, based on reliable data from the field, had been prepared. Existing Federal mapping units, such as the Army's Corps of Topographical Engineers and Corps of Engineers, the Treasury Department's Coast Survey, ...