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Stephens, Asbury Six manuscript maps of the Atlanta campaign, with ALS 5/7/1865

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC04498 Author/Creator: Stephens, Asbury Place Written: [various places] Type: Map Date: [1862-1865] Pagination: 6 maps + ALS

Summary of Content: 6 maps with 1 ALS: 1) Route of March of 2nd Division [Chattanooga to Atlanta; shows Andersonville on path] (cloth map); 2) Position of 2d Div.... July 22d 1864 near Atlanta, Ga. (small paper map); 3) [Skirmish at Eastpoint, Ga., July 27, 1864] (small paper map); 4) Plan of Rome... Georgia... Oct 8th 1864 (small paper map); 5) Position of the Fourth Division... at Ogeechee River Ga. (small paper map); 6) Position of the 4th Div.... before Columbia, S.C. Feby 16 and 17 1865; 7) Asbury Stephens ALS Petersburg, Va. 5/7/1865 2 p.

Background Information:

People: Stephens, Asbury

Historical Era: Civil War and Reconstruction, 1861-1877

Subjects: Civil WarMilitary HistoryUnion ForcesSherman's March to the SeaConfederate States of America

Sub Era: The American Civil War

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