Defenses of Washington

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Defenses of Washington


Early Civil War Map of the Defenses of Washington DC


Defenses of Washington. Map of the ground of occupation and defense of the Division of the U.S. Army in Virginia in command of Brig. Gen. Irvin McDowell. U.S. Coast Survey, A.D. Bache, Supdt. Topographical survey by the party in charge of H.L. Whiting, Asst., U.S.C.S. Field work executed during parts of June and July 1861, by F.W. Dorr and C. Rockwell U.S.C.S. (with) Sketch of Paducah, Ky. and vicinity by Captain John Rziha, 19th U.S. Infantry. (with) Sketch of the battle-field of Logan's Cross-roads, Ky. U.S. forces under the command of Brig. Gen. George H. Thomas. Forces of the enemy commanded by General G.B. Crittenden, Jan. 19, 1862. Drawn under the direction of Capt. Michler ... copied by A. Kilp. Sketch of the enemy's fortified position at and opposite Mill Springs, Ky., to which he retreated after his defeat at Logan's Cross-roads by the U.S. forces under Brig. Gen. George H. Thomas, Jan. 19, 1862 ... compiled ... by Edward Ruger ... drawn by A. Kilp ... Julius Bien & Co., Lith., N.Y. (1891-1895)


US Coast Survey


US Government Printing Office


January 19, 1862


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US Coast Survey, “Defenses of Washington,” Mapping the Civil War in Arlington, accessed July 13, 2024,

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