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Chickamauga Battlefield
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#108. Chickamauga Battlefield
The first and the largest of the Civil War National Parks, Chickamauga was the site of the greatest Confederate victory in the west. Fought on September 19-20, 1863, the Union suffered approximately 16,170 casualties while the Confederates suffered approximately 18,450. The battle is famous for confusion in the Union lines which led to a gap and an intense Confederate assault, and then a courageous Union stand on Snodgrass Hill.
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This ambitious map features 209 monuments, 296 markers, and 382 tablets. Several miles of trails on a 10' contour interval topo map, with other modern and historic landmarks highlighted.
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Pea Ridge National Military Park
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#110. Pea Ridge National Military Park
During the first year of the Civil War, Missouri was a prime objective of both Union and Confederate forces. Fought on the two battlefields of Leetown and Elkhorn Tavern, March 7-8, 1862, the Battle of Pea Ridge ensured that Missouri would remain in Union control. It also paved the way for Grant's Vicksburg Campaign.
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The map of Pea Ridge NMP spotlights historic Civil War points of interest in addition to modern landmarks. Hiking and horse trails, an auto tour, and all other relevant visitor information is included to provide the visitor with a meaningful visit.
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Campaigns Across the Potomac
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#111. Campaigns Across the Potomac
Although Civil War landmarks are highlighted on this map, Harpers Ferry is far from being solely a Civil War battlefield park. This area hosted visits from Thomas Jefferson, Meriwether Lewis, and of course, John Brown. During the Civil War, between 1861 and 1865, this town changed hands eight times. Monocacy National Battlefield, which is also featured on this publication, is known as the Civil War battle that saved Washington, DC.
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In addition to large topo maps of Harpers Ferry National Historical Park and Monocacy National Battlefield, this project also features maps of South Mountain and the defense forts of Washington, DC. All the usual Battlefield America features are included.
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The Petersburg Campaign
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#112. The Petersburg Campaign
Between June 1864 and April 1865 the longest siege in American warfare Grant's Union army relentlessly isolated and cut Confederate General Robert E. Lee's supply lines. Daily fighting, including some major skirmishes was a way of life for both armies. Finally, on the night of April 2, realizing his 37-mile trench line was extremely vulnerable, Lee evacuated Petersburg. The final surrender at Appomattox Court House was but a week away.
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A regional topographic map of the entire Petersburg area, from City Point to Five Forks is the highlight of this publication. The reverse side features several highly detailed, nicely scaled maps including Pamplin Historical Park, all National Park Service areas, and Civil War Preservation Site properties. This map is perfect for exploring this area crucial to America's history.
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