All Maps are
Period Material from the Civil War, taken from original Harper's
Weekly Newspapers. Each map is approximately 11x16. I have Many
original Civil War Battle Maps not listed on this site. Please email
me with your special requests.
Map of the Conflict
a war between the states, and this original 1861 map shows it all!
This is the most collected of all Civil War maps from Harper's
Weekly. It is titled, "MAP Showing the Comparative area of the
Northern and Southern States, East of the Rocky Mountains, 1861."
This is an awesome map that will make a
stunning display when framed and placed in your office or study. It
is full of rich historic details. Oklahoma is labeled, "the
Indian Territory", and shows Fort Gibson. Northern States are shown
in gray, and Southern States are shown in white. The lettering on
the map is very ornate. Canada is labeled, "British
America". This map is in extra fine condition.
Map of Mobile
and New Orleans
is a nice map from 1861 showing the Gulf of Mexico Coast Line. It
includes the Gulf of Mexico, and the mouth of the Mississippi River.
It shows parts of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. The
map has a number of landmarks, including Mobile Bay, Pensacola Bay, Fort
Pickens, Mississippi Sound, the Pearl River, Lake Ponchartrain and
Timbalier Bay. Inset to the side of the map is a fascinating story
titled, "The Coast Line From the Mississippi Mouth to
Pensacola". The story starts out, "The accompanying map
will shed light on the discussions which are taking place in political and
commercial circles with regard to the effects of the establishment of a
Southern Confederacy upon trade". The story describes the
region as it was at the time.
Battle Map of Virginia
is on of the best, original Battle Maps of Virginia to be
found. It shows Virginia as it looked in 1861. The map also
shows Maryland, and parts of Delaware, North Carolina, Kentucky, and
Pennsylvania. The map is captioned, "Map Showing the New
Boundaries of Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware, as proposed by Secretary
Cameron." The map shows the major rail lines. The print also has a really
nice picture and story on the Eriksson Steel-Clad. The print is in
very good condition, with area of light foxing in the lower margin.
Virginia Battle Map
is a very detailed battle map from 1864 of Virginia. It shows
Richmond and the surrounding area, and is captioned, "Map
illustrating General Grant's Campaign in Virginia". The print
shows details of Wagon Trails, Railroad Lines, and Geographical
features. Map covers a fairly wide area, including Hicksford,
Fredericksburg, Halifax, Lynchburg, Staunton and Culpeper. A very
displayable map with rich historic content.
is a very detailed battle map of Fort Sumner printed within days
of the start of the Civil War. Given that Sumner was the first
battle of the Civil War, this is a particularly important map. Print is
captioned, "Map of Charleston Harbor, showing Fort Sumter and the
Confederate batteries. Lots of great historic detail including
geographic landmarks and positions of the Confederate army.
Kentucky Battle Map
is a really nice 1862 Civil War Battle map from the pages of Harper's
Weekly. The map shows the entire state of Kentucky, and includes the
Northern half of Tennessee, and parts of Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and
virginal. The map includes an inset enlargement of Louisville and Vicinity
in the upper left of the print. The map includes significant details
on the wagon trails and geographical landmarks in the area. This is
a highly collectible and displayable print.