NY Tribune Civil War rare newspaper maps Aug. 1861 Battle Bull Run Casualty listBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
The Tribune War Maps - New York Tribune, August 16th 1861
(North America, United States, Civil War, Battle Maps, Antique Newspaper).
Issued 1861, Aug. 16, New York by the New York Tribune.
Rare Civil War-era series of newspaper maps, depicting 16 different strategic theaters and battlegrounds during the early years of the Civil War.
Includes a detailed Union casualty list from the Battle of Bull Run with battle field diagram map. This was the first major battle of the Civil War that resulted in a Confederate victory and this extensive casualty list with map appeared just 3 weeks after the event occurred.
Maps include: Map of Eastern Virginia; Map from Cairo to Memphis TN; Strategic map of the Seat of War; Acquia Creek and its Environs (Potomac River near Fredericksburg); Seat of War in Missouri; District of Columbia; Seat of the War in the West; Position in Western Virginia, Fort Monroe and Norfolk; Harper's Ferry and the Region around; Battle Field of Bull Run; Map of New Orleans and Mississippi Delta; Baltimore and its points of Attack and Defense, Seat of War in Northern Virginia (with distances) and a small diagram of Great Bethel and its Batteries.
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Damp stained, edge tears, uniform paper age toning, old fold lines- rare in any condition.
Sheets measures c. 21 1/2" H x 16 7/8" W