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Differs from G3980 1865 .L5 CW 259.5 : lacks names of cartographer and litographer.
On verso in ink: Portions Alabama, Mississippi, etc., U.S. Coast Survey. 1865. 1in = 10ms., No. 4. 1865 sett [sic] 6 sheets.
Stamped on verso: Gilbert Thompson.
Sheet 4 of a 6-sheet series of maps used by Gilbert Thompson during the Civil War. In addition to this sheet the Geography and Map Division has sheet 1 (see entry no. 508.5), sheet 3 (see entry no. 305a.6), sheet 5 (see entry no. 129.3) and sheet 6 (see entry no. 129.55).
Title supplied from bibliography.
Description derived from published bibliography.
LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.), 259.6
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Lindenkohl, A.
United States Coast Survey.


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