Original Civil War Panoramic View Map Confederate Rebel Lines Lithograph Print
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Original Civil War Panoramic View Map Confederate Rebel Lines Lithograph Print:
Original Plate of "The Official Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies,"Publishedby theResolution of the U.S. Congress of May 19, 1864 asTheOfficial Historical Record ofThe Civil War,and was Never Openly Sold, but Distributed only to Federal Depositories, University Libraries, Public Museums, & Various Private & Public Concerns, And of Which Fewer Than 1,000 Complete Atlases Remain.
A Fine Adornment of Civil War History. Impressive on Any Home or Office Wall. Imaginative & Creative Gift.
Lithograph of 1865 Rebel Lines Around Atlanta
Includes Union Iron-Clad Blockade Off North Carolina Coast, Atlanta Depot, and Confederate Locomotive "Hero."
Photographs Taken in 1865. Engraved by Julius Bien,
Original Plate of The Official Atlas to Accompany The Official Records of The Union & Confederate Armies. 175 Plates Issued in 35 Parts.
Part 26. Plate CXXIX.
Original PlateCXXIX (#129) of the 175 Issued.
Original 1894. 120-yrs-old.
Lithograph is in Good/Very Good Condition. : No writings or marks. Mild foxing. Nominal fraying. Single fold as Issued. Not a Reproduction. Original PlateCXXIX (#129) of the 175 Issued of The Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union & Confederate Armies, Commissioned with a Resolution of Congress of May 19, 1864, Published Under the Direction of the Hon. Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War, by Major George B. Davis, Leslie J. Perry, and Joseph W. Kirkley, Board of Publications. Compiled by Calvin D. Cowles, 23rd Infantry, Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, 1894; a copy of the Preface, Part Volume, & Title Page of which is Included. Engraved by Julius Bien & Co., Lithographers. A Fine Map for the Collector orMakes Quite an Impressionable Gift. I Sell Only Original Antique Maps: No copies or reproductions.Press Here to View My Collection.
Impressive on Any
Home or Office Wall.
Dimensions: 19" x 29.5"
So Large Makes Itself The Conversation of Any Room.
(#1)"Rebel Lines, Atlanta."
(#2) "Rebel Lines on Augusta Railroad, Looking South."
(#3) "Rebel Lines on West Side of Atlanta."
(#4) "Rebel Lines, Atlanta."
(#5) "U.S. Rolling Mill, Chattanooga."
(#6) "Ruins of Rolling Mills and Cars."
(#7) "Roundhouse at Atlanta."
(#8) "Locomotive Engine "Hero," Destroyed Partially by Rebels When Evacuating Atlanta."
(#9) "Position of Union Iron Clads off North Carolina Coast, January 15, 1865."
(#10) "Potter House, Atlanta, Showing Effects of Bombardment"
Imaginative &Creative Christmas, Birthday, or Other Special Occasion Gift.
The Atlas to Accompany The Official Records of the Unionand Confederate Armies was Commissioned with a Resolution of the United States Congress of May 19, 1864, by which Adjt. General E.D. Townsend was Appointed Directorship of the Collection and Preparation, and was Published by the United States Government Printing Office Between the Years 1891 and 1895 as The Historical Record of The War of The Rebellion, Constituting a Total of 175 Plates Issued in 35 Parts, of which this Plate is One, Portraying a Wealth of Knowledge and Information on Battle Lines, Division & Troop Positions, Topography, & Military Strategy. All Plates are Lithographs,Primary Colors beingGreen, Red, Blue, & Brown, with the Union Army represented in Blue&The Confederacyin Red.
Fine Adornment of Civil War History.
The sale is for the Map Itself. A Frame is Not Included. The Framed Map Pictured is a Personal Plate (#126) Featured to Show the Beauty of the Maps when Framed.
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