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Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
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#101. Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
As Major General William T. Sherman advanced towards Atlanta in June of 1864, he was stalled at Kennesaw Mountain by Confederates led by General Joseph E. Johnston. A stalemate caused Sherman to attack Cheatham Hill and Pigeon Hill, which he felt were vulnerable. Sherman failed, causing him to revert to his previously successful flanking maneuvers.
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The large park map features 20' contour intervals, hiking trails, earthworks, historical markers, and all other relevant features. This product also includes a detail map of the Atlanta Campaign, a simple troop movement map, and a complete Organizational Chart.
Price:$7.95
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Shiloh National Military Park
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#102. Shiloh National Military Park
44,000 Confederate soldiers, led by General Albert S. Johnston took Major General Ulysses S. Grant's forces by surprise in early April of 1862. Thirteen hours of bloodshed on April 6 included the death of General Johnston. Grant was reinforced that night with the arrival of the Army of the Ohio, and a brutal counter-attack on April 7 prevented a possible shift of power to the Confederacy.
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The second map in the series features the locations of over 150 monuments and over 550 markers and tablets. Historic fields and farm roads highlight this detailed topo map. Also included are index maps and an Organizational Chart.
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Gettysburg National Military Park
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#104. Gettysburg National Military Park
General Robert E. Lee, eager to move the fighting north, advanced into Pennsylvania in June of 1863. After suffering heavy losses over the three day battle, Lee retreated back to Virginia. Another example of an indecisive victory strategy-wise, Gettysburg was a great morale booster for the North. In November, President Lincoln traveled from Washington and issued the Gettysburg Address.
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Over 435 monuments and 416 markers and tablets highlight this very detailed park map. Both 1863 and modern tree lines, historic and modern roads, and 10' contour intervals help define the battlefield. Three index maps, simple troop movement maps, and an Organizational Chart are also included.
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Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park
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#106. Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park
This park memorializes the battles of Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, the Wilderness, and Spotsylvania Court House. No other area of comparable size witnessed such heavy and continuous fighting. Within a 17 mile radius there were over 100,000 American casualties over the course of the Civil War.
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This publication features highly detailed topo maps of all four battlefields. An index map includes other points of interest such as Salem Church and the Stonewall Jackson Shrine. Each topo map features monuments, interpretive hiking trails, earthworks, and other points of interest.
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Antietam National Battlefield
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#107. Antietam National Battlefield
Fought in September of 1862, Antietam was tactically a draw, but strategically, was a great Union victory. Soon after the Battle of Antietam, President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. England and France, who were near to official recognition of the Confederacy, drew back. September 17, 1862 was the single bloodiest day of the Civil War, with Union losses numbering 12,410, and Confederate losses at 10,700.
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The large topo map features the location of 96 monuments and 215 markers and tablets. Trails, historic farms and hospitals, and modern and historic tree lines are also featured. An Order of Battle Chart as well as other index maps are also included.
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