Map of Grant's Virginia Campaign


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Map of Grant's Virginia Campaign


Rebel Ironclad Ram "Tennessee"







 1. City Point.2. Bermuda Hundred.3. City Point Railroad.4. Appomattox River.5. Port Walthal.6. Union lines. 7. Rebel lines.8. Petersburg.9. Reams Station.10. Weldon Railroad.11. Richmond and Petersburg Railroad.12, Lynchburg Railroad, connecting with the Danville Railroad at Burkesville.13. Deep Bottom.14. Canal at Dutch Gap.15. Farrar's Island.I6. Rebel Gun-boats above this point.17. Fort Darling.18. Danville Railroad.--19. Richmond.20. Richmond and Fredericksburg Railroad.22, 23, 24, 25, 26. Roads leading out of Richmond.27. The Chickahominy. -28. Malvern Hill.30. Butler's lines.31. Jones's Neck.O. Norfolk Railroad.


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