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Battles of the Civil War Wall Map

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Overview

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 maps — Battle for the Capitals and Turning Points of the War — as 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.

Details

  • 35.75" x 23.25"
  • Scale = 1:2,550,000
  • Map Revised - 2012

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3.0

Civil War Battles Map: Too Much Hype

By Frank

from Indianapolis, IN

About Me Geography Buff

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Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • High School Level
  • Reliable Information

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Learning reinforcement

    Comments about Battles of the Civil War Wall Map:

    It is a start in the study of the Civil War in order to gain a geographic view of the battles. Of course it is impossible to cover very much of the action in just one map of everything. I expected too much.

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