Take the journey to “where America happened” with National Geographic's Journey Through Hallowed Ground Map. This 180-mile long, 75-mile wide swath of land stretching from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to Monticello, Virginia, represents a remarkable historical and cultural landscape. Within it lies the single largest concentration of Civil War battle sites in the country, the homes and birthplaces of nine U.S. presidents including three of the first five, Native American settlements, thirteen national parks, and more. In addition to Civil War sites, this detailed map includes sites from the French and Indian War and Revolutionary War as well as points of interest from World War I and World War II history, and the struggle for civil rights.
What sets National Geographic maps apart from traditional maps are the rich detail, craftsmanship, and depth of information provided in a colorful and user-friendly format.
In addition to its historical significance, the Journey Through Hallowed Ground is a scenic landscape of farms, vineyards, woodlands, rivers, streams, rolling hills, and mountain vistas. Exploring the region’s treasures is made easy with a clearly marked road network that includes the Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Scenic Byway, other scenic byways, highways, passenger railroads, Civil War era railroads, railroad stations, airports, and scenic trails. National and state parks, county seats, historical or rural districts and visitor centers are noted as well.
Our bestselling Battles of the Civil War poster map is printed on the reverse detailing the four bitter years that saw 3 million Americans take up arms against each other. This comprehensive map shows major land campaigns, Union and Confederate troop movements, major Union naval campaigns, roads, railroads, battle outcomes and their impacts on the war, dates of capture by Union forces and more. Two inset mapsBattle for the Capitals and Turning Points of the Waras well as a timeline of battles with map location, casualties and impacts of battles are included. Created with the assistance of the National Park Service, Civil War Preservation Trust, American Battlefield Protection Program, Naval Historical Center, Virginia War Museum, National Museum of Civil War Medicine, and the U.S. Naval Academy, this poster map is a must-have for any Civil War history enthusiast.
National Geographic is a renowned authority in cartography. For over 120 years the Society's maps have helped spread geographic knowledge around the globe. A vast database allows National Geographic to combine the latest data gained by space-age technology with innovative digital mapping techniques to create state-of-the-art political, physical, and thematic maps. The Society's meticulous research and attention to detail have established a standard of achievement that is unparalleled.
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