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Full title: **SOLD**Plate 65. Road between Bermuda Hundred and Enemy's First Line of Intrenchments on the north and Petersburg on the south, June 1864 / Coast of Texas and its defenses, 1864 with inset of forts / plus 8 maps. Antique lithograph by Julius Bien & Co published in the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War, 1893. The atlas was published as a companion piece to the Official Records of the American Civil War. It contains maps and other images derived from materials generated by both Union and Confederate military personnel during the American Civil War. The atlas was printed in 35 parts between 1891 and 1895. Printed color indicates topography and Union or Confederate locations. The smaller maps are: two small maps of the area near Marietta GA; one small map of the area near Atlanta GA; Sketch of Defensive Works at Deep Bottom VA; Section through Dutch Gap, James River, VA; Schofield crossing the Chattahoochee; Plan of Dutch Gap Canal and Fortifications, James River, VA. The Texas map shows Matamoras to Sabine City with Corpus Christi and an inset of Galveston and includes small plans of the forts along the coast with numbers corresponding to their locations. Very good condition with mild image transfer, a few minor spots/stains and a touch of foxing, and some staining and wear to the paper edges. Some mild vertical folds that are barely noticeable. Measures approx. 16 x 27 inches to the outer border lines. **SOLD**
Item Number: CIV139