Map of the railroads & canals connecting the coal estate of the Broad Mountain Improvement Co., with the Atlantic &c.
Outline map indicating the railroad network in central Pennsylvania, parts of Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey.
Oriented with the Tennessee River to the top and the East Tennessee Railroad to the east, image gives details of the difficult terrain surrounding the Confederate position on Lookout Mountain. Dotted lines sho... more
The Rebel General Joseph E. Johnston The ascent of Gauley Mountain, in western Virginia, by the Twelfth Ohio Regiment / / M. Nevin.
Two illustrations: head-and-shoulders portrait of Rebel Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, facing slightly left; and Twelfth Ohio Regiment climbing mountain.
The newly-organized Union Army of Virginia under Gen. John Pope had as its mission to draw Lee's focus and forces away from the defense of Richmond. To that end, the army began moving toward Gordonsville in Jul... more
This very detailed map shows South Mountain, Turner's and Fox's gaps, and their relationships to Boonsboro and Frost town, Md. The locations of roads and buildings, many identified by owner, are included.
The Battle of Crampton's Gap 5 miles south of Turner's Gap, South Mountain, Md. September 14th 1862.
A regional view of South Mountain in Frederick County, Md., showing the location of Crampton's Gap in relation to Sharpsburg, Middletown, Burkittsville, and Brownsville, Md. Illustrates the position of Confeder... more
Shows the area of Cedar Mountain, Culpeper County, Va., to the north and Gordonsville to the south. Fredericksburg and Stannardsville are also indicated.
Map[s] exhibiting part of the operations of the Army of Virginia under the command of Major General John Pope. Battlefield of Cedar Mountain, Aug. 9th 1862. The positions of the troops on the night of Aug. 27th and at sunset Aug. 28th 1862, and the battlefield of Manassas, Va. at the close of the action on the 29th of Aug. 1862
Shows the area between Turner's Gap and Boonsboro, Md., on September 14, 1862, as the Confederate forces advanced on Harper's Ferry and the Union Army moved to head them off at South Mountain.
[Union troops on rocks climbing to the summit of Lookout Mountain] / J.B. Linn & Co., photographers, Point Lookout, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.
Photograph shows soldiers climbing cliff to plant 8th Kentucky Infantry Regiment battle flag on the summit of Lookout Mountain during the battle on November 24, 1863.
The northern end of Lookout Mountain is the center point of this image, with the town of Wauhatchie and Lookout Creek to the left and Chattanooga Creek to the right. The Union forces are shown in the vicinity o... more