24 research outputs found

    Colton's map of the seat of war in Virginia : showing minutely the interesting localities in the vicinity of Richmond.

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    Relief shown by hachures.Shows some fortifications.Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.LC copy hand col. in red to show Virginia boundaries. DLC"Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year [1862], by J.H. Colton, in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York."LC copy signed in ink in upper right corner: Millard Fillmore, Augt. 4, 1862. DLCLC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 456Includes ill.LC copy fold-lined and annotated in ink on verso: Millard Fillmore. DL

    Plan af Kjöbenhavn = Plan of Copenhagen /

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    City street map showing principal buildings, administrative wards, circumferential military fortifications (ramparts/bastions/canals, moats), and port facilities.Signed in ink script on label affixed to cover title panel: City of Copenhagen, Millard Fillmore, May 8th, 1856, No. 36; and on inside of cover: Millard Fillmore, May 8, 1856.Seller's name label affixed to inside of cover.Sheet sectioned to 15 panels to enable folding; cloth hemmed.Includes index to official institutions and points of interest.Title on sheet and index in Danish and English

    Military map of south-eastern Virginia /

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    LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 490Another issue.[Indicates 5-mile concentric circles centered on Richmond, roads, bridges, railroads, towns, houses, drainage, vegetation, and some fortifications in the Richmond-Petersburg area]Map title on this and the following two issues appears outside of the top border.Fortifications and vegetation in the Richmond-Petersburg area are more extensive here than on the preceding issue.Another copy is in the Fillmore map coll. no. 256.Another copy is in the James A. Garfield papers, Manuscript Division, L.C., series 8, container no. 1.Description derived from published bibliography

    Lloyd's official map of the State of Kentucky : compiled from actual surveys and official documents, showing every rail road & rail road station with the distances between each station : also the counties and county seats, cities, towns, villages, post offices, wagon roads, canals, forts, fortifications, &c.

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    Relief shown by hachures."Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1862, by J.T. Lloyd, in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York."Sectioned and mounted on cloth backing.LC copy signed in ink in upper left margin: Millard Fillmore, Febry. 13, 1862. DLCLC copy annotated in ink on verso: No. 111-A, Millard Fillmore, March 4, 1862. DLCLC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 216.4Includes publisher's notes

    E. & G.W. Blunt's corrected map of Washington and the seat of war on the Potomac.

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    Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings.Hand col. in red to show D.C. boundary and Civil War battle locations.LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.) 677LC copy fold-lined and annotated in ink on verso: Virginia & Maryland about Washington (to date) Millard Fillmore 1862. DL

    A diagram of the triangulation for the survey of the coast of the United States made in 1817 and 1833 : and the secondary triangles made in 1833 & 1834 in Connecticut & upon Long Island.

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    Shows triangulation lines connecting base points in southwestern Connecticut, western Long Island, and New York City vicinity.Rubber-stamped at foot of title: Copyright secured according to law.Annotated/signed in ink on verso: Survey of Long Island & Connecticut s. coast, 1817, 1833, & 1834. M. Fillmore.LC copy imperfect: Use-worn, fold-lined, soiled on verso. DL

    Map of eastern Virginia /

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    LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 493.4General map of eastern Virginia showing cities and towns, roads, rivers, and relief by hachures. The map is overprinted in red to indicate railroads and concentric circles centered on Richmond and in blue to show concentratric circles centered on Washington, D.C.Another copy is in the Fillmore map coll. no. 253. DLCDescription derived from published bibliography

    Map of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware : compiled from the latest authorities.

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    Hand colored to differentiate counties and state boundaries.Relief shown by hachures.Also shows mileages along principal roads.Signed in lead-pencil on inside of cover: Millard Fillmore.Includes 4 regional insets: Vicinity of Pittsburg -- Vicinity of Philadelphia -- Vicinity of Lancaster -- Lehigh and Schuylkill coal regions.Printed "Census of 1830" population tables and publisher's advertisement on inside of cover

    Map of the seat of war showing the battles of July 18th, 21st & Oct. 21st 1861 /

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    LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 564Map of the battles of first Manassas and Ball's Bluff, showing troop camps, entrenchments, forts, batteries, positions during engagements, roads, railroads, street pattern of Washington and Alexandria, towns, drainage, vegetation, and some indication of relief by hachures.Insets: Leesburg to Harpers Ferry, scale approximately 1:400,000, 9 x 9 cm -- Map from the mouth of Occoquan River to Richmond showing rebel batteries on the Potomac River, scale approximately 1:810,000, 16 x 18 cm.Another copy is in the Fillmore map coll. no. 251.Another copy is in the Benjamin F. Wade papers, Manuscript Division, L.C., container no. 18.Description derived from published bibliography

    Eastern portion of the military department of North Carolina

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    Scale 1:350,000.LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), 306(Fillmore map coll. no. 259)Signed in ms: Millard Fillmore, March 12, 1865. DLC"Engraved in the Engineer Bureau, War Dept."Annotated on verso in black ink: Eastern portion of North Carolina, May 1862. DLCIndicates coastal fortifications, roads, railroads, drainage, canals, swamps, and towns.Insets: Entrances to Cape Fear River, North Carolina. 29 x 20 cm.-[View of] Rebel works for the defense of the New Inlet entrance to Cape Fear River. 6 x 36 cm.In this issue, the Corps of Engineer's insignia printed to the left of the map title is framed by a single line, an eagle is on a perch looking to the left, and a banner below the insignia is labeled "Essayons."Description derived from published bibliography
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