A must-have for civil war buffs, this April 1961 map is based on a map on which General Grant marked his proposed lines of operation, and it portrays the country as it was charted in 1863. Features: Inset map showing the major offensives; Copious information about the war, officers, and specific battles; Color-coded notes to differentiate events that occurred before and after April 1, 1863; Hundreds of place names; Railroads and roads; Natural features.
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25" x 19"
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