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[Map of the Manassas battlefield area in Northern Virginia /

[Map of the Manassas battlefield area in Northern Virginia /

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Shows roads, railroads, fortifications, settlements, farmhouses with owners' names, and woodlands. Does not show troop positions or movements.
Relief shown by contours (10-ft. intervals), hachures, form lines, and spot heights.
Wall map believed to have been used by the author after the Civil War for lecture purposes.
Signed in ms. on verso.
Title from R.W. Stephenson's Civil War maps, 2nd ed., 1989.
Pen-and-ink (red/black [broad nib]), watercolors, and col. pencils (blue/green/brown).
Originally drawn on 9 sheets.
Imperfect: Sheets halved, mounted on cloth backing, darkened, missing small sections at right edge.
LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.), 564.5
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Includes index[?] grid numbers at ends of red grid lines.





Hotchkiss, Jedediah, 1828-1899.


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