Bachmann, John (fl. 1849-1885) Panorama of the Seat of War. Birds Eye View Of North And South Carolina And Part Of Georgia.
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One of Bachman's six lithographic views of the Confederate States in the series: "Panorama of the Seat of War." Shows the Atlantic coast from Albemarle Sound south to Savannah and inland to the Blue Ridge Mountains. All the major towns of the Carolinas are located, as well as roads, railways, and sites of military interest. Confederate forts along the coast and the Union blockade appear in detail. A flotilla is pictured attacking forts at the entrance to Hatteras Inlet. See GLC01856 for similar example.
John Bachmann (fl. 1849-1885) was a landscape draftsman and lithographer.
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