- Great Smoky Mountains National Park and vicinity.
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- Liberia and its vicinity.
- [Topographical map of part of Washington D.C.].
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- Route of the Tenth New York Cavalry from Culpeper to Gettysburg ...
- Map of the northern part of Virginia and West Virginia
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- Communist China railroads and selected roads, June 1961.
- A map of Kentucky from actual survey
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- This map of the peninsula between Delaware & Chesopeak Bays,...
- Arlington, Massachusetts, 1884.
- The city of New York.
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- [Map of Chancellorsville battlefield, May 3-4, 1863].
- [Plan of Fort Henry and its outworks.]
- [Preliminary sketch of the battle of Gettysburg
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- Anderson, Madison County, Indiana.
- Peruuiae avriferæ regionis typus
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- San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.
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Scale 1:30,000. LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 117.1 Harbor chart annotated in red to show the sector of fire for guns situated at Oyster Point and Fort Hale, Connecticut. Information added to chart probably reflects the situation during the Civil War. "Transferred from Office Chf. Engr. [Defenses] of Washington, to Engr. Dept. Jan'y ." Description derived from published bibliography. Available also through the ...
- Contributor: United States Coast Survey
- Date: 186?