[Map of the First Battle of Bull Run]
Shows the movement of the Union and Confederate forces as their positions changed over the course of July 21, 1861, during the First Battle of Bull Run. Sneden illustrates the battle over the countryside in Prince William and Fairfax counties, Va.
Fords on Occoquan and Bull Run : [Northern Virginia].
Covers Occoquan River from Bland's Ford to entrance of Bull Run and covers Bull Run from entrance of Cub Run to mouth. Shows fords, military roads, common roads, H.Q. Manassas Station, settlements, wooded areas, and streams. Pen-and-ink (red and black) and watercolors (blue and light green). "For Col. Harrston" handwritten in lead pencil below legend. In ink handwriting on cloth backing: Col. Harrston. Oriented ...
[Map of part of Fairfax and Prince William Counties, Virginia].
Shows roads, railroads, towns, etc. from Fairfax Station to the north to Dumfries on the south and the Potomac River on the east to Manassas Station on the west. Relief shown by hachures. Title derived from Stephenson's Civil War maps, 1989. Transferred from the Jubal Anderson Early Papers in the Manuscript Division, L.C. LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 536.3 Red and black ink ...
Route of 3rd Corps from Cattlet's [sic] to Greenwich, Va.
The maps shows the location of the Union III Corps under Sickles and Confederate troops under A.P. Hill between Catlett's Station and Manassas Junction, Va. The Manassas Gap and the Orange and Alexandria railroads are also indicated, and also shown is the location of the skirmish that took place at Auburn earlier in the day.
Sneden, Robert Knox
Military reconnaissance of Virginia
Head Qrs. Dept. N. E. Virginia
Shows Fairfax County and parts of Loudoun and Prince William counties, Virginia. Also shows fortifications in the environs of Washington and names of some residents. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings. In upper margin: 211, L. Sheet 19. Date and scale from Stephenson's Civil War maps, 1989. Sun print annotated in pen-and-ink roads (red), railroads (blue), and a few additional place names ...
Young, J. J. - McDowell, Irvin - Whipple, Amiel Weeks - Putnam, Haldimand Sumner - United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Surveys & reconnaissances in the vicinity of Budd's Ferry, Charles Co., Md.
Relief shown by hachures. In upper lefthand corner: 211, L. Sheet 5. In lower righthand corner: Transferred from Office of Chf. Engr., Defenses of Washington, to Engr. Dept., Jan'y 1866. Shows roads, drainage, houses, names of residents along the Potomac River, "Hd. Qrs. Genl. Hooker's Dvn.," "Hd. Qrs. Sickles Brgd.," breastwork and battery at Budd's Ferry, and the location of batteries in Prince William ...
Williamson, R. S. (Robert Stockton) - Williamson, R. S.
[Map of parts of Fauquier, Prince William, and Rappahannock counties, Va.].
Part of Loudon Co., Va. 1/2-inch scale
LC Land ownership maps, 1255 Relief shown by hachures. Shows the names of some residents. Date and title from Stephenson's Civil War maps, 1989. Pen-and-ink on tracing linen, mounted on cloth. LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.), H34 Available also through the Library of Congress web site as raster image. In pencil on verso lower left: 208.
This undated map of Prince William County, Va., also indicates Ewell's route and Lee's position at the start of the battle.
The platt of Safford [i.e. Stafford] from the mouth of upper Machotich to the mouth of Chappawamsick
The platt of Stafford from the mouth of upper Machotich to the mouth of Chappawamsick
Pen-and-ink on tracing paper, mounted on cloth. Oriented with north to the right. In ink in top right corner: 11-D crossed out. Map stamped in lower right margin: U.S.C. & G. Survey. Library and Archives no. 374.; map stamped in lower right corner U.S.C. & G. Survey. Library and Archives no. 1324 (in blue ink); blue bordered label torn off in lower right corner. ...
Route from Manassas to Centreville, August 28th to 31st.
Depicts the path General Samuel Heintzelman took during August 23rd to 31st from Manassas Junction in Prince William County, Va., traveling toward Centreville in Fairfax County, Va., directly before and during the Second Battle of Manassas or Bull Run.