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|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Map, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
O M Poe; Ernest F Hoffmann; H A Ulffers; William Babcock Hazen; John Rziha; Henry Erastus Noyes; Calvin D Cowles; United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.; United States. War Department.; Julius Bien & Co.; David Rumsey Collection.; Cartography Associates.
|In:||United States. War Department|
|Notes:||Ancillary maps: Map showing the route of march of the 2d Division, 15th Army Corps from November 12th to December 21st 1864 : accompanying report of Maj. Gen. W.B. Hazen, U.S. Army. Scale [ca. 1:740,000] -- Rebel defenses in front of the 14th and 20th Army Corps before the evacuation of Savannah, Ga. / John Rziha, Capt. 19th U.S. Infty. ; accompanying report of Maj. Gen. H.W. Slocum, U.S. Army. Scale [ca. 1:50,000] -- Map of the city of Selma, Ala. and its defenses : captured by assault by the Cavalry Corps, M.D.M., April 2d. 1865, Bvt. Maj. Gen. J.H. Wilson, comdg. / surveyed and drawn by Capt. H.E. Noyes, 2d U.S. Cavalry, A.D.C. Scale [ca. 1:31,680].
Scanned raster image of original: 1 map : hand col. ; 42 x 38 cm.
Original in the David Rumsey Collection; scanned by Cartography Associates.
|Contents:||Inset maps: Fort Thunderbolt, Fort Tattnall --
Bastion on the line of defense across Whitemarsh Island --
Battery on Turner's Rocks --
Works at eastern point of Whitemarsh Island --
Fort McAllister --
Causten's Bluff, Fort Lee.
|Other Titles:||Map showing the route of march of the 2d Division, 15th Army Corps from November 12th to December 21st 1864.
Rebel defenses in front of the 14th and 20th Army Corps before the evacuation of Savannah, Ga.
Map of the city of Selma, Ala. and its defenses.
|Responsibility:||compiled under the direction of Bvt. Lieut. Col. O.M. Poe, Capt. of Engrs., U.S.A. from captured maps, Coast Survey maps and surveys made during the progress of the siege ; drawn by Maj. E.F. Hoffman, A.D.C. and Capt. H.A. Ulffers, A.A.G. ... Sept. 17, 1881 ; Julius Bien & Co., Lith., N.Y.|