Peninsular Campaign Richmond Virginia Union Confederate army 1867 Civil War mapBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
Johnson's Map of the
Vicinity of Richmond,
and Peninsular Campaign
Showing also the interesting localities
along the James, Chickahominy and York Rivers.
Compiled From the Official Maps
of the War Department
(Civil War map of Virginia- Chesapeake Bay- Hampton Roads- James River)
Issued New York, 1867 by A.J. Johnson.
Lovely mid-19th century antique engraved and lithographed map with original hand color.
Map identifies numerous railroads, and tracks the movement of the Union and Confederate Armies through the region.
As always, with very narrow blank margins due to the size of the printed plate.
In attractive well preserved condition; edges toned, minor light surface age wear and overall gently uniform paper toning as typical. Overall the printed area is clean, well preserved and very attractive.
Original fold line as issued.
Sheet measures c. 18" x 26 1/2".
Engraved area measures c. 17 1/2" x 25 1/2".
Tooley's Dictionary of Mapmakers , v. 2, p. 443, noting the succession of the firm's imprints, this one onoly occuring after 1866.