July 3, 1862 - The New York Herald Newspaper illustrated w/map
DETAILED WARTIME MAP. THE "JAMES RIVER" THEATRE OF OPERATIONS. PAST ENGAGEMENTS SPOTTED. [Virginia] ["James River"] [Map] [1862 - July 3rd] The New York Herald (publisher). Map Of The James River And Its Banks. /serrated rule/ The New Base Of Operations Of General McClellan. 35-1/2 x 36-3/4 cm. Engraved map. Removed. Very good. Waters - Son Engr. (New York). (Thursday, July 3rd, 1862). - - - This is a graphically handsome, detailed map of the operational area described (approximately to 5 miles north of a line connecting Richmond to West Point, to 2 miles east of a line connecting West Point to Jamestown Island, to 3 miles south of a line connecting Jamestown Island to Petersburg and to 3 miles west of a line connecting Petersburg to Richmond). It describes in detail railroad routes, fortifications, rivers, and towns including those along the Pamunkey and Chickahominy rivers. It spots the locations of past armed engagements. It is supported by text including The Army of McClellan at its New Base of Operations. The map occupies approximately 75 percent of the front cover of The New York Herald for July 3rd, 1862 (No. 9428). Complete in eight pages. Bosse, #903. Lynn, #6709. Size: 22-1/4 x 15-1/2 Inches. Bookseller Inventory # 000391
Title: July 3, 1862 - The New York Herald Newspaper...
Publisher: The New York Herald, New York
Publication Date: 1862
Book Condition: Collectible - Very Good
Edition: (First Printing).
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