Civil War Map Print - Siege Of Fort Pulaski River - 1862 - 30.25 X 23
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Civil War Map Print - Siege Of Fort Pulaski River - 1862 - This is an exquisite full-color Reproduction printed on high-quality paper or canvas.
Print Size: 23.00 x 30.24 inches
Sites and Townships Specific To This Map Are: Savannah River, Cockspur, Tybee Roads, Lassaletto Creek, Wilmington Island, Queen Island, Jones Island, Turtle Island, Wright River, Mud River, Wilmington Narrows, Long Island, and Venus Point.
The following towns are featured: Fort Pulaski
This Map is Situated in: Georgia
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This is a very high quality, photo-grade, 7 mil thick paper. It is considered a "matte" finish, however it does have a slight sheen to it. It is a very nice paper and produces extremely attractive maps.Matte Art Paper
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