Gouverneur Kemble Warren Papers, 1848-1882
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Quantity: 65 boxes and 58 Extra-Large Folders (ca. 36 cubic ft.)
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Acquisition: Gift of Emily B. Warren, June 1936; accretion received October 1964 (accession no. SC14113)
Processed by: Russell McClintock, Student Intern, Siena College, 1994. Stereographs added August 1999 by Doreen Hotaling. Revised January 2000

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Biographical Note:

Gouverneur Kemble Warren was born January 8, 1830 in Cold Spring, New York. He entered the United States Military Academy at West Point at the age of sixteen, graduated second in his class in 1850, and was assigned to the Army Corps of Topographical Engineers.

From 1850 to 1853 Warren served on several important survey expeditions, including surveys of the lower Mississippi delta in 1850-1851 to explore methods of flood prevention, and of the upper Mississippi rapids in 1853 to facilitate navigation of this vital trade route. From 1853 to 1855 he assisted in a government study to determine the best possible transcontinental railroad route, examining reports of all explorations west of the Mississippi back to Lewis and Clark. As part of this analysis, Warren began work on the first comprehensive map of the trans-Mississippi United States.

In 1855 Lt. Warren served as chief topographical officer in General William S. Harney's expedition against the Sioux in southern Nebraska Territory (present-day Nebraska and South Dakota). His topographical report of the region won him much acclaim in Congress and led to greater responsibility in future explorations. In 1856 Warren commanded a successful survey mission in northern Nebraska Territory along the Missouri River and sixty miles up the Yellowstone (in present-day North Dakota and eastern Montana). This was followed in 1857 with a dangerous survey of the Niobrara River and the Sioux-occupied Black Hills. These three expeditions were integral both to the Pacific Railroad report and to the building of military roads into the Nebraska Territory.

Warren spent the following year in Washington compiling his findings into official reports and completing his map of the United States from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean, which accompanied Secretary of War Jefferson Davis's final report to Congress on the results of the transcontinental railroad route investigation. From 1859 to 1861 he served as an assistant mathematics professor at the United States Military Academy at West Point.

In May 1861 Warren was given a leave of absences from the academy to accept the offer of a lieutenant-colonelcy in the 5th New York Volunteer Regiment. By the end of the month Warren and his regiment were stationed outside Fortress Monroe, Virginia, seeing their first action at Big Bethel Church on June 9. Warren spent the remainder of the year drilling his regiment and utilizing his engineering skills in the construction of the Baltimore and Washington defenses. In October he was promoted to colonel of volunteers and given full command of his regiment.

In General George B. McClellan's 1862 Peninsula campaign Warren led his regiment at the siege of Yorktown before being given command of a brigade. He was slightly wounded at Gaine's Mill on June 27. At Malvern Hill on June 29 his command repulsed a Confederate division and was engaged the next day at Harrison's Landing. On August 30 Warren fought at the second battle of Bull Run, earning praise for a strategic holding maneuver in which he lost over fifty percent of his command. Understrength, his brigade was held in reserve at Antietam in September and Fredericksburg in December. On September 26 Warren was promoted to brigadier-general of volunteers.

General Warren was appointed Chief Topographical Engineer, Army of the Potomac, on February 3, 1863, and served mainly as an advisor to General George Hooker at Chancellorsville in early May. On May 12 he was named chief engineer.

In the midst of a Confederate attack on the Union left at Gettysburg on July 2, 1863, Warren realized that Little Round Top, a low mountain which commanded the entire Union left flank, was left unoccupied. Acting quickly, he virtually commandeered a regiment of troops from Syke's corps and rushed them to the top just in time to repulse a Confederate charge, thus saving the Union flank and most likely the battle. Warren was wounded again in the subsequent defense of Little Round Top. In August he was promoted major-general of volunteers and given temporary command of the wounded General W.S. Hancock's II Corps.

Warren repulsed a heavy Confederate attack at Bristoe Station in mid-October. However, his last-minute cancellation of an assault at Mine Run on November 30 began to raise doubts about his willingness to act offensively, doubts which would linger, and eventually resulted in his removal from command.

Warren was given permanent command of V Corps on March 23, 1864, in time for General Grant's long Wilderness Campaign. Warren and his new corps were engaged at the Wilderness, Spotsylvania, and Cold Harbor in May and June, losing over 12,000 of the 28,000 troops in the command within a 43- day period. On June 18 they were involved in the unsuccessful initial assaults on Petersburg, then took part in the long siege which followed. On July 30 Warren's corps was one of those scheduled to participate in the assault which was to follow the explosion of a huge mine placed in a 75- foot tunnel under the Petersburg defenders. Although personal enemies tried to implicate him in the failure of his plan, Warren showed conclusively that he could not make his assault because IX Corps remained between his corps and the breach until after the Confederates had recovered from the explosion. In August and December, Warren earned distinction with his independent commands against the Weldon Railroad, a vital supply line to Petersburg.

The February 1865 engagement at Dabney's Mill served as prelude to the controversial battle at Five Forks from March 29 to April 1, in which General Philip H. Sheridan, under Grant's authority, removed Warren from command of V Corps. Grant and Sheridan both felt that Warren was overcautious in committing his troops offensively, and when Warren was delayed by conflicting orders in reinforcing Sheridan at Five Forks, Sheridan took the opportunity to remove him.

The friction between Grant and Warren lay in their conflicting ideas on the handling of troops. Grant, aware of his great numerical superiority over the Confederate army, constantly took the offensive without regard for casualties because he knew that he could afford to take losses much more easily than the Confederates could. Warren, on the other hand, was unwilling to attack unless he could be reasonably sure of victory without the loss of a large number of his men.

After his removal from command, General Warren was given command first of Petersburg and the Southside Railroad and then of the Department of Mississippi, before resigning his volunteer commission on May 19, 1865. He remained in the regular army, however, as a major.

In addition to preparing official maps and reports of his Civil War campaigns, Major Warren spent 1866-1867 conducting surveys of the Mississippi River system. In 1869 he planned and built the Rock Island Bridge over the Mississippi. Throughout the 1870s he engaged in extensive bridge-building and harbor-improvement projects on the Mississippi, along the Atlantic Coast, and in the Great Lakes. On March 4, 1879 he was promoted to lieutenant-colonel of engineers.

Throughout the post-war period, Warren never ceased in his efforts to obtain an investigation into his removal from command at Five Forks. Finally, in December 1879, President Hayes ordered a court of inquiry. The court convened in January 1880 and closed in July 1881 to consider a verdict. The verdict reached in November 1882 exonerated Warren of all major accusations related to the Five Forks affair. However, Warren would never know his name had finally been cleared: he died on August 8, 1882 of "acute liver failure" related to diabetes.

Warren left his wife, Emily Chase Warren, whom he had married on June 17, 1863, a son, Sydney, and a daughter, Emily.

Scope and Content Note:

The papers of Gouverneur Kemble Warren are of great value to scholars because he meticulously recorded and saved an extensive volume of material that presents much insight into his impressive thirty-two year military career. The papers are arranged generally chronologically in six series:

1) Correspondence,
2) Official Reports and Military Papers,
3) Printed and Bound Materials,
4) Letterbooks,
5) Newspaper Clippings, Scrapbooks, and Photographs, and
6) Maps.

The papers are of particular interest for their in-depth information into three areas.

The first is nineteenth-century Western exploration and surveying by the Army Corps of Topographical Engineers, as documented in the journals, official reports, and maps of Warren, his superiors, and assistants. Of particular interest are a study of the various possible transcontinental railroad routes, which involved Warren's creation of the first comprehensive map of the United States west of the Mississippi in 1857; survey expeditions of the lower Mississippi's flood plains and rapids, and extensive explorations of the vast Nebraska Territory (which covered what is today Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, much of Montana, and part of Wyoming).

The second covers General Warren's Civil War years, during which he rose from lieutenant colonel of the Fifth New York Volunteer Regiment to major-general in command of the Fifth Corps, Army of the Potomac. He saw action at Second Bull Run, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, the Wilderness, Cold Harbor, and Petersburg, among many other battles. His carefully preserved files of all these include exhaustive research into Five Forks, the last major battle of the war, after which Warren was relieved of his command.

The third covers the inner workings of a late-nineteenth-century military court of inquiry, recorded here in correspondence, notes, newspaper clippings, official reports, and testimony from Warren's inquiry into his removal at Five Forks.

For these and other areas, the Warren papers are an important source for historical research into many aspects of the United States military in the years surrounding and including the Civil War.

The Warren Papers also include personal correspondence of his wife, Emily Chase Warren and their daughter Emily Warren.  Many of these letters offer insights into his personal life as husband and father as well as recollections about his military career.

In addition, this collection includes 615 stereographs. Subjects depicted include Native Americans of the Colorado River Valley, railroad building on the Central Pacific and Pennsylvania railroads, and scenery and natural features of many areas of the U.S., especially the Rocky Mountains and Minnesota.

Box and Folder List

Papers | Stereographs | Maps

Papers
Box Folder Contents
Correspondence
1 1-12 Letters from G.K. Warren to Emily C. Warren, 1862-1868
2 1-12 Letters from G.K. Warren to Emily C. Warren, 1869-1881 & undated
3 1 Envelopes with cancelled stamps, addressed to Emily C. Warren, 1880-1881
3 2 Letters from Emily C. Warren to G.K. Warren, 1863-1882 & undated
3 3-7 Letters from G.K. Warren to family and friends, 1848-1882
3 8 Drafts of letters from G.K. Warren to the President and Secretary of State regarding a court of inquiry
3 9-12 Letters incoming to G.K. Warren, 1851-1871
4 1-6 Letters incoming to G.K. Warren, 1872-1882
4 7-8 Outgoing letters written by G.K. Warren (mostly undated drafts)
4 9 G.K. Warren's receipts from the Stevens House (a New York City boarding house), January 1880-August 1881
4 10-11 Letters from Sylvanus Warren to G.K. Warren, 1848-1858
4 12 Letters from William J. Warren to G.K. Warren, 1852-1882
5 1 Letters of Emily C. Warren to family and friends, 1863-1919
5 2-14 Letters incoming to Emily C. Warren, 1880-1929
6 1-3 Letters incoming to Emily C. Warren, undated
6 4-6 Letter from G.K. Warren to Albert Stickney (Warren's attorney for the court of inquiry), 1880-1882
6 7 Letters from A. Stickney to G.K. Warren, 1880-1882
6 8 Letters outgoing from A. Stickney, 1881-1911
6 9-10 Letters incoming to A. Stickney, 1863-1911
6 11 Correspondence between Emily C. Warren and A. Stickney, 1882-1917
6 12 Letters from General A.A. Humphreys to A. Stickney, 1882
7 1 Letters to and from Sylvanus Warren, 1835-1855
7 2 Various financial records concerning the Sylvanus Warren estate
7 3 Letters incoming to William J. Warren, 1857-1876 & undated (most concerning the death of Robert Warren in 1876)
7 4-6 Contributions to the Warren Fund (a collection for the assistance of Warren's widow and family), 1882-1884
7 7-8 Correspondence among Warren's family and friends, 1864-1911 (regarding family news as well as Warren's death)
7 9-10 Letters to and from Miss Emily Warren (daughter), 1912-1946 (many regarding Warren's life and career)
7 11 Letters incoming to Miss Emily Warren, 1933 (regarding Taylor's biography of Warren)
7 12-14 Notes and memos of Mrs. and Miss Emily Warren regarding Warren
7 15 Miscellaneous printed material collected by Miss Emily Warren, some regarding the Civil War or Warren's career
8 1-2 Letters of Charlotte Cushman (a popular actress of the day) to A.S. Chase (Warren's father-in-law), 1830-1875 & undated
8 3-4 Invitations and calling cards, undated
8 5 G.K. Warren autographs, 1846-1849; 1850 West Point class standing
8 6 Chase Family Genealogy (compiled by Miss Emily Warren)
8 7-14 G.K. Warren's correspondence regarding the court of inquiry (including drafts, partial letters and personal notes)
9 1 Cancelled checks written by Warren, 1879-1881
9 2 G.K. Warren's last will and testament, and additional financial information
Official Reports and Military Papers
Western U.S. Land Survey Expeditions
9 3 W.H. Hutton. Report of Yellowstone expedition, 1856. Journal for June 28-October 27, 1856. (MB/FM,973.7092,W288,201-11459 RL 1)
9 4 Alfred Sully. Report of expedition from Fort Rigely [Ridgely, Minn.] to Fort Peirre [Pierre, Nebraska Territory], August 25-September 22, 1856
9 5 William D. Smith. Report of expedition from Fort Randall to Fort Kearney, October 2-21, 1856
9 6-7 J. Hudson Snowden. Journal, June 27-November 15, 1857 (Snowden was a member of Warren's 1857 Nebraska expedition) (MB/FM,973.7092,W288,201-8949, RL 2)
9 8 J. Hudson Snowden. Journal, Fort Laramie to Fort Randall, September 12-October 31, 1857 (At Fort Laramie Snowden, Lt. McMillan, and Dr. Moffitt separated from the main party, reuniting on October 15) (MB/FM,973.7092,W288,201-8949, RL 2)
9 9 P.M. Engel. Report of a reconnaissance to Laramie Peak, August 22-27, 1857. Also includes report of a reconnaissance near the mouth of the Niobrara River, October 30-November 1, 1857
9 10-12 G.K. Warren. Meteorological Report for Nebraska Territory, 1857
9 13 Dr. Samuel H. Moffitt. Medical report for 1857 Nebraska expedition
9 14 D.P. Woodbury. Report of examination of Grand Island, 1847
9 15 G.K. Warren. Draft of a report on the tributaries of the Niobrara River and the Nebraska Territory, written January 29, 1858
9 16 Memo to Captain Simpson regarding a map drawn by Warren

Notes regarding navigation of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers, March 23, 1858

Annual Report of Capt. A.A. Humphreys, T.E., in charge of the Office of Explorations and Surveys, War Dept., December 1858

10 1 Various notes regarding Native Americans, explorations, and surveys
10 2 Notes of introduction for individual Native Americans, 1852-1855
10 3-5 Sketches from the 1856 and 1857 expeditions
10 6 Prints depicting Western scenes and landscapes, by Gustavus Sohon, 1858 (11 items)
10 7 Mississippi and Missouri rivers flood plain map title page, in several different languages
Civil War Years
10 8 G.K. Warren's checkbook kept while Chief Topographical Engineer, Army of the Potomac, March-April 1863
10 9 Orderly book, Chief Topographical Engineer, February-June 1863. Record of the daily business of the camp
10 10 Copies of two letters from Warren, June 25, 1864, and August 27, 1864

Franco-German War song

U.S. Calvary chain of command (undated)

Regulations for the care of field works, and the government of their garrisons

10 11 G.K. Warren's report on II Corps at Auburn and Bristoe, October 14, 1864

General Meade's report to General Grant for May 4-November 1, 1864, the Wilderness Campaign

10 12 Special and tri-monthly reports of casualties, February 20, 1864-February 7, 1865
10 13 Report of the purchase of an unspecified liquid, listing "officer purchasing" and "surgeon approving," March 1-15, 1865
10 14 A.F. Waud. Sketch of Beverly Mansion, headquarters of V Corps, 1864
10 15 G.K. Warren. Memo regarding maps of Five Forks, and a statement on two maps used in the court of inquiry
10 16 Military map of Strasburg and its vicinity, June 1862
Folders 17-21 file with Extra-Large Manuscripts
10 17 EL [Sketch of Emily Chase Warren?]
10 18 EL Sketch of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, [Colorado and New Mexico] ca. 160 x 16 cm.
10 19 EL Geologic Sketch of Black Hills, Dakota Territory
10 20 EL Geologic Sketch of Niobrara Range, Nebraska Territory
10 21 EL Sketch sheet
10 22 EL Profile of the Route from Omaha City to Fort Laramie
11 1 Original map data, Fredericksburg, February 1863. Includes both original sketches and corrections of existing maps, used in the preparation of official campaign maps
11 2-4 Original map data, Morrisville. 1863
11 5 Original map data, Dumfries. 1862-1863 Virginia Campaign
11 6 Original map data, Culpeper. 1863
11 7 Original map data, Fredericksburg region
11 8 Original map data, north of Orange to the Alexandria Railroad and east of Bull Run. 1862-1863
Battle of Five Forks and the Warren Court of Inquiry
11 9 List of maps mounted for G.K. Warren, 1878
11 10 Loose notes related to roll maps found in the cartographic collection, ca. 1862-1865
11 11-14 Correspondence between G.K. Warren and various Confederate officers, 1866-1880
12 1 G.K. Warren. Memo regarding the case and examination of General Sheridan
2 Argument on behalf of General Sheridan, respondent, at court of inquiry, by Asa Bird Gardner (Sheridan's counsel at the inquiry)
12 3-9 A. Stickney's notes on Warren's defense
12 10 G.K. Warren. Memo regarding certain points as to Warren's operations, March 31 and April 1, 1865

G.K. Warren. Memo regarding criticism of Grant's last movement

G.K. Warren. Memo regarding the chronology of the Five Forks battle

12 11 Index to the published records of the Inquiry (2 copies)
12 12 Lists of witnesses

G.K. Warren's diary August 20-November 1, no year given

12 13-14 Dispatches brought by General J.L. Chamberlain (V Corps brigade commander at Five Forks) before the Warren court of inquiry, March 28-April 4, 1865
13 1-2 Dispatches brought by General J.L. Chamberlain before the Warren court of inquiry, April 5-18, 1865
13 3-7 Reports of various organizations in V Corps on activities at the battle of Five Forks
13 8-10 Copy of Warren's official report, movements of March 29-April 1, 1865
13 11 2 lists of documents concerning the Five Forks battle

Copy of critique of A. Stickney's account of the Five Forks battle

3 scraps of paper with quotes on truth and falsehood, written by Warren

13 12 Several pamphlets related to courts-martial and courts of inquiry
13 13 Empty envelopes preserved for information regarding the inquiry written on them
14 1 Copies of dispatches from Meade to Warren, 11:45 pm, March 31, 1865
14 2-14 Dispatches sent during Five Forks, from General Webb's files
15 1-3 Dispatches sent during Five Forks, from General Webb's files
15 4-7 Dispatches sent during Five Forks, from General Warren's files
15 8-10 Dispatches sent to and from General Humphreys during Five Forks
15 11-13 Dispatches sent by Grant during Dinwiddie Court House and Five Forks
15 14 Dispatches sent to and from Meade's headquarters during Five Forks
16 Three bundles of printed testimony form the court of inquiry

One bundle "General Orders, Army of the Potomac 1863-April 1864"

One bundle "Index to General Orders 1862"

17 1-3 Printed testimony from the court of inquiry
17 4 General Orders #132, November 23, 1882. Facts and opinions regarding the inquiry. This is the final recommendation of the court of inquiry to President Arthur. 3 copies, one including a statement by General W.T. Sherman giving his opinion of the findings

Report of operations of II Army Corps, March 29-April 9, with significant margin notes

Post-War Military Career
17 5-6 Topographical sketches made by Warren along the Mississippi River, 1866
17 7-8 Reports and notes regarding the upper Mississippi River by G.K. Warren and his assistants
17 9-10 G.K. Warren. Post-war engineering reports and memos
11 G.K. Warren. "Geographical Surveys in the United States," 1877

Circular on Western bridges, December 21, 1868

Warren report on Western rivers (incomplete)

17 12 U.S. Army Special Orders pertaining to G.K. Warren, 1870-1881
17 13 Official receipts and lists of surveying instruments
18 1 House of Representatives Document No. 194 (43rd Congress, 1st Session). St. Louis & Illinois bridge across the Mississippi River

House of Representatives Document No. 76 (43rd Congress, 2nd Session). Minnesota rivers

18 2 House of Representatives Document No. 91 (44th Congress, 2nd Session). Navigation of the Mississippi River (3 copies)
18 3 Senate Document No. 32 (35th Congress, 2nd Session). Report of the Secretary of War, communicating … a copy of the topographical memoir and map of Col. Wright's late campaign against the Indians in Oregon and Washington Territories, 1859. pp 1-82

Part of the above report, Section 13. Report of the Chief Topographical Engineer, November 22, 1856. pp 357-374

18 4 Senate Document No. 91 (47th Congress, 1st Session). Memorial of Fitz-John Porter (2 copies, one including a letter from Porter to Senator Sewell and Representative Bragg)

Various congressional reports and bills concerning Porter

Various congressional bills regarding military appropriations

Various congressional reports and bills concerning Emily C. Warren's pension

Special Order No. 277, December 9, 1879, ordering Warren's court of inquiry

18 5-8 Miscellaneous papers and pamphlets relating to G.K. Warren's post-war life and career
18 9 G.K. Warren obituary notice

News clippings relating the dedication of Warren's Gettysburg monument, 1888

Printed Reports
18 10 James Hall. Observations upon the carboniferous limestones of the Mississippi valley, March 1857

A.A. Humphreys. A reply to certain portions of the Minority Report of the Hon. Z. Kidwell, of the House of Representatives, Member of the Select Committee Upon the Pacific Railroad, December 1856 (2 copies)

A.A. Humphreys. Letter to the Hon. W.M. Gwin. In relation to the railroad to the Pacific by the 35th and 32nd Parallels, April 15, 1858 (2 copies)

18 11 A.A. Humphreys and G.K. Warren. An examination by direction of the Hon. Jefferson Davis, Secretary of War, of the reports of explorations for railroad routes from the Mississippi to the Pacific, made under the orders of the War Department in 1853-1854 and of the explorations made previous to that time, which have a bearing upon the subject, 1855
Bound Volumes
19 1-3 G.K. Warren. Journal, 1851-1853 (lower Mississippi flood plains, Louisville, upper Mississippi rapids)
19 4 G.K. Warren. Journal of survey of rapids of the upper Mississippi, June 10-December 13, 1853 (MB/FF,973.7092,W288,201-8949 Box 19, Fld 4)
19 5 G.K. Warren. Journal while on Sioux expedition, April 21-December 2, 1855. (MB/FM,973.7092,W288,201-11459 RL 1)
19 6 G.K. Warren. Journal, 1856 (Nebraska expedition). (MB/FM,973.7092,W288,201-11459 RL 1)
19 7 G.K. Warren. Official journal, commanding explorations in Nebraska, 1857. (MB/FM,973.7092,W288,201-11459 RL 1)
8 G.K. Warren. Preliminary report of explorations of Nebraska and Dakota, 1855-1857 (Washington, 1875)
19A 9 G.K. Warren. Partial journal, 1866
19A 10 G.K. Warren. Miscellaneous notes, ca. 1866-1870, regarding railroads and bridges
19A 11 G.K. Warren. Journal, 1869-1873. Mostly engineering notes, only a few diary entries
19A 12 G.K. Warren. Partial journal, 1880
19A 13 Edgar W. Warren. Journal, June 27-November 16, 1857 (a brother of Warren and member of the Nebraska expedition). (MB/FM,973.7092,W288,201-11459 RL 3)
19A 14 W.H. Hutton. Topographical sketches made under the direction of Lt. G.K. Warren, U.S.T.E., summer 1856; notes of survey from Fort Union, N.T., up the Yellowstone River, July 22-August 18, 1856. (MB/FM,973.7092,W288,201-11459 RL 3)
19A 15 J.H. Snowden. Survey book made under the direction of Lt. G.K. Warren, T.E., June 27-November 14, 1857 (South Pass expedition). (MB/FM,973.7092,W288,201-11459 RL 3)
19A 16 Specimen of the manifold letter book (with a few addresses in the back)
Letterbooks
20 1-8 Volume 1. April 23, 1861-February 3, 1863: Big Bethel, Hanover Courthouse, Gaine's Mill, Malvern Hill, Groveton, Antietam, Fredericksburg
21 1-5 Volume 2. February 1-May 1, 1863: Falmouth
21 6-7 Volume 3. May 1-June 28, 1863: Chancellorsville
22 Volume 5. August 8-October 14, 1863: Bristoe Station
22A Volume 4. June 28 August 8, 1863: Gettysburg
23 Volume 6. October 15-December 31, 1863: Mine Run
23 Volume 7. January 1-May 1, 1864: Culpeper
23 Volume 7a. May 1-7, 1864: Wilderness
24 Volume 7b. May 8-13, 1864: Spotsylvania
24 Volume 7c. May 13-21, 1864: Spotsylvania
Also, Report of the 5th Corps, A.P., Genl. Grant's Campaign from Culpeper to Petersburg. As seen by W.A. Roebling, Maj. and A.D.C., 1864, 154 pp.
25 Volume 8. May 21-27, 1864: North Anna
25 Volume 9. May 28 - June 1, 1864: Bethesda
25 Volume 10. June 2-5, 1864: Bethesda
26 Volume 11. June 6-18, 1864. Petersburg
26 Volume 12. June 19-July 4, 1864: Petersburg
26 Volume 13. July 5-18, 1864: Petersburg
27 Volume 14. July 18-30, 1864: Petersburg
27 Volume 15. July 31-August 16, 1864: Petersburg
27 Volume 16. August 17-21, 1864: Weldon Railroad
28 Volume 17. August 22-September 5, 1864: Globe Tavern
28 Volume 18. September 6-29, 1864: Globe Tavern
28 Volume 19. September 30-October 13, 1864: Peeble's Farm
29 Volume 20. October 13-31, 1864: Hatcher's Run
29 Volume 21. November 1-December 14, 1864: Destruction of Weldon Railroad
29 Volume 22. December 14-February 7, 1865: Dabney's Mill
30 Volume 23. February 8-March 27, 1865: Fort Stedman
30 Volume 24. April 2-September 25, 1865: Surrender of Lee's Army; Department of the Mississippi
30 Volume 25. March 28-April 1, 1865: Five Forks (contains official file)
31 Volume 26. Five Forks: Letters, memos, clippings, April 1, 1865-May 3, 1866
31 Volume 27. Five Forks: Letters, memos, clippings, March 1-October 6, 1866 (mostly concerning the publication of Warren's pamphlet)
31 Volume 28. Five Forks: Letters, memos, clippings, April 25, 1867-May 20, 1879
32 Volume 29. Five Forks: Correspondence, June 10, 1879-February 27, 1880
32 Volume 30. Five Forks: Correspondence, March 4-May 30, 1880
33 Volume 31. Five Forks: Correspondence, June 1-October 30, 1880
33 Volume 32. Five Forks: Correspondence, November 2, 1880-February 16, 1882
33 Volume 33. Five Forks: Correspondence, 1880-1881, arranged according to various topics
34 Volume 34. Five Forks: Correspondence, 1880-1881, arranged according to various topics
34 Volume 35. Five Forks: Correspondence, 1865-1881; also personal notes and memos
35 Volume 36. Five Forks: Notes and memos, map information. Correspondence, January 23-April 14, 1880
35 Volume 37. Five Forks: "Complete set of Confederate correspondence and memoranda of conversations," April 1878-October 1880
36 Volume 38. Five Forks: Correspondence with A. Stickney, January 16, 1880-April 6, 1882
36 Volume 39. Five Forks: Correspondence with W.J. Warren, January 13, 1871-June 27, 1882
36 Volume 40. Five Forks: Correspondence with A.A. Humphreys, July 6, 1865-March 24, 1882
37 Volume 41. Five Forks: Correspondence with Col. L.L. Langdon, recorder at the court of inquiry, April 14, 1880-October 21, 1881
37 Volume 42. Five Forks: Pamphlet by G.K. Warren giving an account of V Corps at Five Forks (with pencil notes), 1866. Also Warren's official report to Meade for March 29-31, 1865 and press copies of Webb dispatches
38 1 Large map of the Petersburg/Five Forks area
38 Volume 43. Five Forks: "Presentation of map information preliminary to the Warren court of inquiry." Contains annotated maps
38 Volume 44. Five Forks: Clippings concerning the Inquiry, December 13, 1879-July 14, 1880
39 Volume 45. Five Forks: Clippings regarding the inquiry, September 29, 1880-April 2, 1882
39 Volume 46. Correspondence File: Military and personal correspondence, June 1865-December 1867 (Military and personal matters not related to the Five Forks battle or the court of inquiry. Mostly regarding the Corps of Engineers and public works).
39 Volume 47. Correspondence File, 1868-1869
40 Volume 48. Correspondence File, 1870-1871
40 Volume 49. Correspondence File, 1872-1874
40 Volume 50. Correspondence File, 1875
41 Volume 51. Correspondence File, 1876
41 Volume 52. Correspondence File, November 25, 1876-July 12, 1877
41 Volume 53. Correspondence File, July 31-November 26, 1877
42 Volume 54. Correspondence File, November 21, 1877-May 18, 1878
42 Volume 55. Correspondence File, April 22-November 30, 1878
42 Volume 56. Correspondence File, December 5, 1878-June 22, 1879
43 Volume 57. Correspondence File, June 23-November 1879
43 Volume 58. File of miscellaneous personal correspondence, 1867-1882
43 Volume 59. 2nd Bull Run: Correspondence and clippings, August 29, 1862-August 22, 1878, regarding the trial of Fitz-John Porter (includes correspondence with Porter)
44 Volume 60. 2nd Bull Run: Correspondence and clippings, August 5, 1878-April 3, 1879
44 Volume 61. 2nd Bull Run: Correspondence and clippings, April 3, 1879-March 24, 1882
44 Volume 62. Bull Run Battlefield, Official Survey, 1878; correspondence and notes regarding Warren's 1878 survey
45 Volume 63. 5th New York Volunteer Regiment: papers relating to the 5th NY, December 29, 1865-June 6, 1881. Much of this file is concerned with activities of the 5th NY Volunteer Veteran Association
45 Volume 64. Chancellorsville: Correspondence and notes (MB/FF,973.7092,W288,201-8949 Box 45 V. 64)
45 Volume 65. Official circulars; correspondence regarding maps; campaign information; Corps of Engineers memoranda, etc., 1865-1880
46 Volume 66. Gettysburg: Correspondence, clippings, notes. Many letters to and from various officers and military historians, May 1866-July 1878
46 Volume 67. Gettysburg, October 1879-February 1882. Mostly newspaper clippings
46 Volume 68. General Grant's Hamburg remarks: Newspaper clippings and some correspondence concerning statements Grant made to the press while touring Europe in 1878 which caused excitement in the U.S. due to their critical attitudes about the conduct of the war, July 24, 1878-January 31, 1880
47 Volume 69. Preparation of Gettysburg campaign map: Correspondence and notes regarding various maps of the area, January 8-July 2, 1879
47A Volume 70. Commendations, May 6, 1863-December 31, 1865. Some messages of congratulations to Warren; laudatory clippings; mostly commendations of others made by Warren
47A Volume 71. Commendations, January 2, 1865-December 27, 1867
48 Volume 72. Commendations, January 4, 1868-January 28, 1882
48 Volume 73. Applications, August 9, 1866-September 16, 1869. Letters of introduction addressed to Warren and solicitations for positions with Warren. This volume is indexed
48 Volume 74. Applications, July 28, 1870-May 1, 1876
49 Volume 75. Applications, May 23, 1876-December 9, 1880
49 Volume 76. Invitations, 1865-1874. Personal correspondence and printed invitations for celebrations, dinners, reunions, etc.
49 Volume 77. Invitations, 1874-1879
50 Volume 78. Invitations, 1880-1882
50 Volume 79. Sunday Herald Washington. A series of articles entitled "The Army of the Potomac," August 7, 1881-March 19, 1882. Some correspondence which reveals original source of the series. Extensive margin notes by Warren
50 Volume 80. "Grant-isms," January 1869-December 1879. Newspaper clippings which pertain to General U.S. Grant
51 Volume 81. "Grant-isms," 1880
51 Volume 82. "Grant-isms," 1881
51 Volume 83. "Grant-isms," 1883
52 Volume 84. Miscellaneous newspaper clippings
Volume 85. A collection of newspaper clippings about politics, belonging to A. Stickney, given to the Warren family
Newspaper Clippings
53 1-6 Miscellaneous newspaper clippings
54 1 Newspaper clippings concerning the fiftieth Gettysburg anniversary
54 2 Philadelphia Weekly Times, February 24, 1883, including an article on the Five Forks battle (2 copies)
54 3 Newspaper clippings concerning Warren and his career
54 4 Tree leaf from the Five Forks battlefield
Scrapbooks
54 Scrapbook: the Warren property at Cold Spring, New York. Letters, financial information, sketches, 1867-1872
54 Scrapbook: newspaper clippings related to the Civil War, including poetry and stories of men in battle, ca. 1882
55 Scrapbook: newspaper clippings concerning Warren's death. Biographical sketches, especially relating to Five Forks
55 Scrapbook: newspaper clippings on Warren's heroic deeds and his monument
55 Scrapbook: compiled by Mary Tilden Chase during the Warren court of inquiry. Extensive file of newspaper clippings
Hardbound Books
56 Abbot, Henry L. Memoir of Gouverneur Kemble Warren, Read Before the National Academy, April 17, 1884
56 The Holy Bible, Old and New Testaments. (New York: American Bible Society, 1864). Autographed by G.K. Warren, 1863
56 Comstock, J.L. A System of Natural Philosophy. (New York: Robinson, Pratt, 1842). Autographed by G.K. Warren, 1843
56 Cooper, Ellwood. Forest Culture and Eucalyptus Trees. (San Francisco: Cubery & Co., 1876). Autographed by G.K. Warren, with inscription card (pasted) reading "To General Warren, with compliments of author through Luther E. Sleigh."
56 Cross, Jeremy L. The True Masonic Chart or Hieroglyphic Monitor with the History of Freemasonry, by a brother. (New York: A.S. Barnes, 1854)
56 Davies, Charles. Elements of a Descriptive Geometry. (New York: A.S. Barnes, 1846)
56 Dedication Services at the Unveiling of the Bronze Statue of Major-General G.K. Warren at Little Round Top, Gettysburg, Penn. August 8, 1888. (Brooklyn: Eagle Press)
56 Haskell, Charles H. Engineers and Mechanics Pocketbook, 26th ed. (New York: Harper, 1870). Autographed by G.K. Warren
56 Homer. The Iliad of Homer, trans. by Alexander Pope. (London: Routledge, Warne, & Routledge, 1864). Autographed by Maj. Gen. G.K. Warren
56 Marcou, Jules. Geology of North America. (Zurich, 1858) (paperback). Inscription: "General G.K. Warren, Corps of Engineers USA from the author Jules Marcou"
57 Ossian. The Poems of Ossian, trans. by James MacPherson. (Boston: Phillips, Sampson, & Co., 1850)
57 Sappho. A Tragedy in Five Acts, after the German of Franz Grill Parger, by Edda Middleton. (New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1858). Autographed by owner, Chas. L. Locke, a Confederate soldier, with explanation by G.K. Warren of how he got possession of it
57 Shakespeare, William. The Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare. (Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1858). Autographed by Col. G.K. Warren, 1862
57 Swinton, William. Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac, 1861-1865. (New York: Charles B. Richardson, 1866). Inscription: "To Gen. G.K. Warren with affectionate regards of the author"
57 U.S. Military Academy Cadet Register, 1847-1850. Official register of officers and cadets, West Point, New York. Autographed by G.K. Warren
57 U.S. Military Academy Official Register of Officer and Cadets. 8 booklets: 1847 (pp 12-23), 1848 (2 copies, signed by G.K. Warren), 1849, 1850, 1851, 1852, 1854
57 Warren, Gouverneur K. Report on the Transportation Route Along the Wisconsin and Fox Rivers, in the State of Wisconsin Between the Mississippi River and Lake Michigan. (Washington: Government Print Office, 1876). Copies of letters to Gen. Parke and Gen. Humphreys inserted concerning three summarizing paragraphs to be included in the report
57 Warren Court of Inquiry, Argument of Mr. Albert Stickney, Counsel for General Warren. First session, December 1, 1879; last session July 30, 1881. Inscription: "To Col. Saml. R. Honey, with a map, compliments G.K.W."
Photographs
58 Civil War Portraits. Several Civil War generals, as well as family and friends of Warren
59 Portraits of Civil War generals and politicians, mostly Union

Sketch: "Coble and Lugger" (fishermen)

2 post-battle photographs, Fredericksburg, May 3, 1863

Box missing before 8/3/05

60 A volume of photographs from Photographs Illustrative of Operations in Construction and Transportation, as Used to Facilitate the Movements of the Armies of the Rappahannock … by Herman Haupt, 1863
61 A collection of photographs illustrating Brig. Gen. Herman Haupt's experiments in improving efficiency in railroad destruction
62 Portraits of G.K. Warren and others. Views of the G.K. Warren monument
Stereographs
Box Item # Series # Contents
Indians of the Colorado Valley
63 1 1 The arrow maker and his daughter
63 2 2 Group of men in full dress
63 3 3 Chu-ar-ru-um-peak and his friends
63 4 4 Chu-ar-ru-um-peak shooting a rabbit
63 5 5 U-wa, wife of Chu-ar-ru-um-peak, chief of the Kai-vav-its
63 6 7 Woman grinding
63 7 8 Ku-ra-tu
63 8 10 Ku-ra-tu and Mu-pates
63 9 11 Ta vo-kok-i, or The Circle Dance (Summer costume)
63 10 12 Ta vo-kok-i, or The Circle Dance (Winter costume)
63 11 13 The basket maker
63 12 14 Group of women in full dress
63 13 16 Showing the Wi-geav, or Feather head dress
63 14 17 Ka-ni-ga, the camp ground
63 15 19 Game of wolf and deer
63 16 20 "One-little, two-little, three-little Injuns"
63 17 21 The water carriers
63 18 22 The seed gatherers
63 19 23 The mother
63 20 24 Inquiring for the water pocket
63 21 26 Proud of their grandson
63 22 27 Won-si-vu, or Young Antelope
63 23 28 Won-si-vu and Ku-ra-tu
63 24 29 The white rabbit skin
63 25 30 Ku-ra-tu at rest
63 26 31 Won-si-vu at rest
63 27 32 The necklace
63 28 33 Chu-ar-ru-um-peak and family
63 29 35 Summer home under a cedar
[published by Wm. B. Holmes, N.Y., N.Y.]
63 30 36 Summer home under a cedar
[not same picture as Wm. B. Holmes' #35]
63 31 37 A bush for a home
63 32 38 Waiting for the kettle to boil
63 33 41 Moak Shin-au-av, chief of the U-ai Nu-ints
63 34 42 The hunter
63 35 43 Nu-nu-shi-unt, the dreamer
63 36 44 Ta-peats
63 37 45 The kahn, or tent
63 38 46 Mo-kwi-uk and his daughter
63 39 47 Kwi-toos and his son
63 40 48 Mon-su and Su-vu-it
63 41 49 The little hunter and his sweetheart
63 42 50 Tau-gu, great chief of the Pai-utes
63 43 52 Ai-at-tau-a (beautiful man), chief of the Mo-a-pa-ri-ats
63 44 53 Wu-nav-ai gathering seeds
63 45 54 Tau-um-pu-gaip, sub-chief of the Mo-a-pa-ri-ats
63 46 55 San-o-kuts
63 47 56 Pan-a-mai-tau-a
63 48 57 "Five and three are eight"
63 49 58 Met on the road
63 50 59 Jim-mi-jim-mi and Pi-ka-whi
63 51 60 Cutting fringe
63 52 61 The brother chiefs
63 53 63 An-ti-naints, Pu-tu-siv, and Wi-chuts, sitting
63 54 64 An-ti-naints and Wi-chuts
63 55 65 Si-gav and An-ti-naints
63 56 66 Ko-mo-hoats
63 57 67 Kai-ar
63 58 68 Kai-ar, in calico
63 59 70 Two old "boys"
63 60 71 The old gamblers
63 61 72 Ka-ni
63 62 73 Ka-ni, sleeping
63 63 74 Ta-noats, sub-chief of the Nu-a-gun-tits
63 64 76 Visiting the settler
63 65 77 Breaking up camp
63 66 78 Ash-tish-kel, a chief of the Navajos
63 67 79 On a trading expedition
63 68 80 Terraced house in Oraibi, a pueblo in Northern Arizona
63 69 81 A street scene in Oraibi
63 70 82 The chief's house, in the town of Oraibi
63 71 83 A back street in the town of Oraibi
63 72 84 "Harvest Home"
63 73 85 House of Tal-ti, chief of the council, in the town of Oraibi
63 74 86 Ancient ruins on the cliffs of Glen Canyon; front view
63 75 87 Ancient ruins on the cliffs of Glen Canyon; back view
63 76 94 Tau-ruv, sitting
63 77 104 The maiden
63 78 107 The boy in the cedar
63 79 111 The watch tower
63 80 116 The present of a necklace
63 81 117 The old man comes on the scene
63 82 6 View in Dutch Ravine, 32 miles from Sacramento
63 83 8 Approaching Bloomer Cut from the West
63 84 9 Bloomer Cut, 800 feet long, looking East
63 85 11 Bloomer Cut and Embankment, looking East
63 86 18 High embankment near Auburn
63 87 22 Road east of station at Auburn
63 88 25 High embankment, Auburn Ravine
63 89 26 Auburn Ravine, Placer County
63 90 29 Trestle in Clipper Ravine, near Clipper Gap
63 91 32 View above Clipper Gap, Placer County
63 92 33 Locomotive Nevada at Colfax, Placer County
63 93 34 Locomotive Atlantic at Colfax, Placer County
63 94 35 Depot at Colfax. 500 feet long. 55 miles from Sacramento
63 95 42 Long Ravine Bridge from below. 120 feet high
63 96 43 Cape Horn and Railroad from the West. Height above ravine 1,400 feet
63 97 44 American River and Canyon from Cape Horn
63 98 45 Sawmill and Cut, East of Cape Horn
63 99 46 Deep Cut at Trail Ridge. Length 1,000 feet
63 100 51 Bear River Valley, near Gold Run. You Bet and mines in the distance
63 101 52 Bear River Valley, near Gold Run. Little York mines in the distance
63 102 56 Rounding Cape Horn. Road to Iowa Hill from the river, in the distance
63 103 58 Secret Ravine. Iowa Hill in the distance. 61 miles from Sacramento
63 104 59 Hornet Hill Cut, West of Gold Run. 50 feet deep
63 105 60 Train in Dixie Cut. Gold Run Station, Placer County
63 106 61 Hydraulic Mining at Gold Run, Placer County
63 107 62 Embankment below Dutch Flat, Placer County
63 108 65 Forest View, near Dutch Flat, Placer County
63 109 66 Sandstone Cut, near Alta, Placer County
63 110 67 Alta from the South. Altitude 3.635 feet. 69 miles from Sacramento
63 111 70 Blasting at Chalk Bluffs above Alta. Cut 60 feet deep
63 112 72 Culvert at Canyon Creek. 185 feet long-12 feet span
63 113 76 Giant's Gap, American River. 2,500 feet perpendicular, 72 miles from Sacramento
63 114 78 Green Bluffs. 1,500 feet above American River. 71 miles from Sacramento
63 115 79 View West of Prospect Hill. 75 miles from Sacramento
63 116 80 Prospect Hill from Camp 21. 75 miles from Sacramento
63 117 84 View at China Ranch. 75 miles from Sacramento
63 118 118 Fort Point Cut. 70 feet deep, 600 feet long
63 119 88 Horse Ravine Wall and Grizzly Hill Tunnel. 77 miles from Sacramento
63 120 90 Bank and Cut at Sailor's Spur. 80 miles from Sacramento
63 121 91 Owl Gap Cut. 900 feet long, 45 feet deep. 80 miles from Sacramento
63 122 92 Heath's Ravine Bank. 80 feet high, 82 miles from Sacramento
63 123 93 Black Butte and Crystal lake. 90 miles from Sacramento
63 124 102 Hieroglyphic Rocks, on the Yuba River, near Crystal Lake
63 125 106 New Hampshire Falls in Yuba River. Summer view. 96 miles from Sacramento
63 126 109 Summit Valley. Altitude 6,960 feet. Emigrant Mountain and railroad pass in distance
63 127 113 Castle Peak from Grant's Butte. Western Summit
63 128 119 Laborers and Rocks, near opening of Summit Tunnel
63 129 123 Lakeview Bluff, 350 feet high from the Wagon Road
63 130 125 Donner Lake from Summit, Lakeview Bluff on the right
63 131 129 Donner Lake, with Crested Peak and Mt. Lincoln in distance
63 132 131 Donner Lake, with Pass in distance. Altitude above lake 1,126 feet
63 133 132 Donner Lake, Peak and Pass from Wagon Road
63 134 134 Dry Creek Bridge, 17 miles from Sacramento
63 135 135 Locomotive on trestle, near American River
63 136 136 Train and curve, Jenny Lind Flat
63 137 139 Locomotive on turntable
63 138 153 Hog's Back Cut, 60 feet deep; 2 miles above Alta
63 139 156 Prospect Hill Cut, 150 feet deep, 74 feet wide
63 140 157 Railroad West from Fort Point, 76 miles
63 141 158 Across Blue Canyon, looking East
63 142 159 Blue Canyon embankment, 75 feet high
63 143 161 Across Blue Canyon, looking West
63 144 162 Lost Camp Spur Cut, 80 miles from Sacramento
63 145 164 Emigrant Gap, snow plow and turntable
63 146 167 Emigrant Gap, looking East. Yuba Mountains in distance
63 147 168 Bear Valley, 85 miles from Sacramento
63 148 169 Valley North Fork of Yuba, above Emigrant Gap, Old Man Mountain
63 149 171 Miller's Bluffs, near Crystal Lake. Old Man Mountain in distance
63 150 173 Echo Point and Rattlesnake Mountain
63 151 174 Railroad below Cisco and Crystal Lake
63 152 183 Main Street, Upper Cisco. 5,911 feet elevation
63 153 186 View of the South Yuba, below Cisco
63 154 190 Summit of Castle Peak, from the Northwest
63 155 191 Summit Valley, from Emigrant Mountain, looking West
63 156 197 Summit Tunnel, before completion. Width, 12 feet; height 18 feet
63 157 198 East Portal Summit Tunnel, Western Summit, length 1,660 feet
63 158 204 Heading of East Portal, Tunnel No. 8, from Donner Lake Railroad, Western Summit
63 159 205 Railroad on Pollard's Hill, 1,100 feet above Donner Lake
63 160 208 Coldstream Valley, Western Summit of Sierras
63 161 210 Loaded Teams from Cisco
63 162 214 Emigrant Gap Ridge, 84 miles long. Old Man Mountain, Red Mountain and Castle Peak in distance
63 163 215 Bear Valley and Yuba Canyon, from Emigrant Gap
63 164 216 View at Shady Run. 73 miles from Sacramento
63 165 221 Truckee River below Truckee Station, looking West toward Donner Lake
63 166 226 Interior of Bridge over First Crossing of the Truckee River
63 167 227 Profile Rock, near the First Crossing of the Truckee River
63 168 228 Truckee River entering the Eastern Summits, Tunnel No. 14, 134 miles
63 169 234 Railroad wharves at Sacramento City
63 170 236 Cathedral Rocks, Truckee River
63 171 237 Crested Peak, from Grant's Butte
63 172 238 Cloud View, Donner Lake
63 173 240 Engine house and train. Rocklin, 22 miles from Sacramento
63 174 241 Engine house and turntable. Rocklin, 22 miles from Sacramento
63 175 242 West of Clipper Gap. Placer County
63 176 244 Cut near New England Mills. 49 miles from Sacramento
63 177 245 Railroad around Cape Horn. From the Canyon
63 178 246 Constructing Snow Cover. Scene near the Summit
63 179 247 Frame of Snow Covering. 90 miles from Sacramento
63 180 248 Lower Cascade. Near Long Side Track
63 181 249 Lower Cascade Bridge. Above Cisco
63 182 250 Upper Cascade. 98 miles from Sacramento
63 183 251 Upper Cascade Bridge. Above Cisco
63 184 252 Snow Gallery around Crested Peak. Timbers 12 x 14 in., 20 in. apart
63 185 253 Crested Peak, from Railroad. Roof of Snow Gallery
63 186 254 Inside view of Snow Gallery at Summit. Bolting the frame to the rocks
63 187 255 From Tunnel No. 10, looking West. Building wall across the ravine
63 188 256 Crested Peak and Tunnel No. 10. Eastern Slope of Western Summit
63 189 257 Tunnel No. 12. Strong's Canyon
63 190 258 Castle Peak, from Railroad. Above Donner Lake
63 191 259 Coldstream Valley, East of Donner Lake
63 192 260 Mist rising from Donner Lake. Early Morning View
63 193 261 Railroad around Crested Peak. View from foot of Donner Lake
63 194 263 Scene at Truckee. Nevada County
63 195 264 Truckee River, at Truckee Station. 15 miles from Lake Tahoe
63 196 265 Boca. Crossing of Little Truckee
63 197 266 View of Truckee River. Near Camp 24
63 198 267 View near the state line. Truckee River
63 199 268 Boundary Peak and Tunnel No. 15. 137 miles from Sacramento
63 200 269 Tunnel No. 15. Looking East, toward Nevada
63 201 270 Tunnel No. 15. Near Camp 24
63 202 [stereograph damaged at edges]
Photo of cleared hill, large pine tree
Central Pacific Railroad – Nevada
63 203 271 Bridge near state line. 138 miles from Sacramento
63 204 272 Second Crossing of Truckee River. Near Camp 24
63 205 273 Bridge at Eagle Gap. Truckee River
63 206 274 Bridge over Truckee River. Eagle Gap
63 207 275 Eagle Gap. Truckee River
63 208 276 View near Verdi. Truckee River
63 209 278 Bridge below Verdi. Truckee River
63 210 279 Fourth Crossing of Truckee River. 147 miles from Sacramento
63 211 280 Granite Quarry. Near Reno
63 212 281 Reno and Washoe Range in distance. From Base of Sierra Nevada Mountains
63 213 282 [stereograph damaged on left side] Piute squaws and children
63 214 283 Piute Indians
63 215 284 Freight depots at Reno. 154 miles from Sacramento
63 216 285 Scene at depot. At Reno
63 217 286 Virginia Street, from the bridge. Reno
63 218 287 Entering Lower Canyon of Truckee River
63 219 289 Truckee Meadows. Sierra Mountains 20 miles distant
63 220 292 Below Camp 37. Lower Canyon of Truckee
63 221 295 Scene on Bank of Truckee River. Lower Canyon of Truckee
63 222 296 Basaltic Rocks. Lower Canyon of Truckee
63 223 299 Truckee River and R.R. at Lime Point. Sierra Nevada Mountains 35 miles distant
63 224 300 Pleasant Valley. Lower Canyon of Truckee
63 225 302 Pleasant Valley, looking East. Lower Canyon of Truckee River
64 226 304 Looking West from Red Bluffs. Lower Canyon of Truckee
64 227 304 Same as Item # 226
64 228 305 Red Bluffs, Lower Canyon of Truckee. 178 miles from Sacramento
64 229 309 Turntables at Wadsworth. 188 miles from Sacramento
64 230 312 Alkali Flat. Construction Train in distance
64 231 314 Brown's Station. 234 miles from Sacrament
64 232 315 Water Train opposite Humboldt Lake
64 233 320 Winnemucca Town and Peak. 334 miles from Sacramento
64 234 320 Same as Item # 233
64 235 322 Advance of Civilization. Scene on the Humboldt Desert
64 236 325 Car of Superintendent of Construction. End of Track
64 237 328 Powder Bluff. West end of Ten Mile Canyon
64 238 329 Second Crossing of Humboldt River. 430 miles from Sacramento
64 239 332 Team Camp - evening view. End of Track
64 240 333 Curving Iron. Ten Mile Canyon
64 241 334 Humboldt Gate. Ten Mile Canyon
64 242 337 The Palisades-Ten Mile Canyon. 435 miles from Sacramento
64 243 338 First construction train passing the Palisades. Ten Mile Canyon
64 244 338 Same as Item # 243
64 245 339 Alcove in Palisades. Ten Mile Canyon
64 246 340 Indian viewing railroad from top of Palisades. 435 miles from Sacramento
64 247 341 View across river and canyon. From top of Palisades
64 248 342 [sic] Shoshone Indians. Ten Mile Canyon
64 249 342 [sic] Shoshone Indians. Ten Mile Canyon
64 250 Scene on railroad track with people grouped around locomotive
64 251 Train on track
64 252 Winding river
Views on the Colorado River (Published by Wm. B. Holmes, N.Y., N.Y.)
64 253 121 One of the Rapids
64 254 131 View of the Wall
64 255 132 Crags of Mille - Crag Bend
64 256 134 Scene on the River
64 257 135 Island Monument
64 258 136 Side Canyon
64 259 140 View on the river
64 260 141 Repairing boats at mouth of Dirty Devil River
64 261 152 Water pocket in a glen
64 262 153 Side Gulch
64 263 162 One of the glens
64 264 162 Same as Item # 263
64 265 163 River bank
64 266 164 Boulders
64 267 171 Beautiful Glen
64 268 172 Mirror Water Pocket
64 269 173 One of the glens [different than Item # 263]
64 270 177 Tam-a-nump Canyon
64 271 190 The Boat
64 272 191 Looking up the river
64 273 193 Head of the canyon
64 274 198 Granite Buttresses
64 275 198 Same as Item # 274
64 276 200 A Little Vegetation
64 277 202 Looking up the river [different than Item # 272]
64 278 204 Boulders [different than Item # 266]
64 279 208 Side Canyon, Ta-peats River
64 280 213 Cataract in a cleft
64 281 216 Across the canyon
64 282 219 Mu-av Canyon
64 283 220 The Canyon, seen from To-ro-weap Valley
64 284 223 Wai-yu-ni Toom-pin Woo-neir
64 285 224 Moo-av Canyon
64 286 225 The Poised Rock
64 287 226 Moo-av Canyon, from Side Gulch
64 288 227 The Chasm of the Colorado
64 289 231 The Canyon, from To-ro-weap Valley
64 290 232 Wi-gam A-na-ka-ra
Views on the Colorado River (Published by J.W. Powell and A.H. Thompson)
64 291 175 Alcove
64 292 177 Side Gulch
64 293 177 [sic] Side Gulch [different than Item # 292]
64 294 196 Walls of Granite
Views on Green River
64 295 1 Green River Station, Union Pacific Railroad
64 296 2 Ready to Start
64 297 20 Francis' Creek
64 298 25 Snow Creek
64 299 32 Winnie's Grotto (looking out)
64 300 42 Wheat Stack (looking up the river)
64 301 42 Same as Item # 300
64 302 44 Cliff of the Harp (looking down the river)
64 303 61 Echo Rock
64 304 73 Mouth of Bishop's Creek
64 305 79 Swallow Cave
64 306 81 Looking out of Swallow Cave
64 307 84 Crags
64 308 85 Dod's Cabin
64 309 88 Sumner's Amphitheatre
64 310 88 Same as Item # 309
64 311 89 Light-House Rock
64 312 94 Portage at Log Cabin Cliff
64 313 99 Dellenbaugh's Butte
64 314 100 Trinalcove
64 315 109 Old River Bend
64 316 115 Shin-ou-av Too-weap
64 317 116 [sic] Shin-ou-av Too-weap [different than Item # 316]
64 318 237 Center of Horse-shoe Canyon
64 319 240 Low Water
64 320 240 Same as Item # 319
64 321 242 The Gate of Lodore
64 322 243 The Canyon from Above
64 323 245 Reflected Cliff
64 324 248 Cliffs of Lodore
Views on Kanab Creek
64 325 4 Pa-vai-o-wits (Lower Lake in Lake Canyon)
64 326 5 Lower Pa-ro-gunt (Largest Cave Lake)
64 327 6 Upper Pa-ro-gunt (Dripping Cave Lake)
64 328 56 The Fern Shower Bath
64 329 57 Marble Pinnacle
64 330 70 View down the canyon
64 331 74 The Shadow
64 332 75 Kanab Canyon Wall
64 333 78 Near the mouth of the canyon
64 334 79 The Abandoned Boats
64 335 80 Ragged Walls
Views on the Rio Virgen
64 336 20 Lower Cascades
64 337 21 Mouth of the Narrows (looking down)
64 338 22 Mouth of the Narrows (looking up)
64 339 23 Pa-roo-noo-woo-peap (Heart of Singing Water Canyon)
64 340 24 Alcove Wall
64 341 25 The Over-hanging Wall
64 342 26 Tower Walls
64 343 27 Head of the Narrows
64 344 28 The Last of the Colodion
64 345 Towers of the Virgen
Views on the Servier River
64 346 41 Pilling's Cascade, Bullion Canyon
64 347 43 The Race, Bullion Canyon (looking down)
64 348 44 Upper Fall, Bullion Canyon
64 349 45 Renshaw's Cascade, Bullion Canyon
64 350 46 The Race, Bullion Canyon (looking up)
64 351 47 Mary's Veil in Bullion Canyon
Views in Southern Utah
64 352 89 Crags near Mount Colob
64 353 92 Near View of Colob Cliff
64 354 99 Colob Cliff in the distance
64 355 109 Water Pocket
64 356 113 Bee Lake
Views on Vermillion Creek
64 357 115 Fantastic Rocks
64 358 116 Rock Spire
64 359 117 The Tower
Views on the Colorado River
64 360 178 Boulders
64 361 183 The Shadow
64 362 184 The Spanish Bayonet
64 363 186 Cliff between Marble and Side Canyon
U.S.G.S. Series - Unnumbered Cards
64 364 The Teapot
64 365 Alcove Wall
64 366 Amphitheatre Cliff
64 367 Island Park
64 368 View on Tantalus Creek - Aquarius Plateau
64 369 Eroded Sandstone - Colob Plateau, Utah
64 370 Colob Valley, Utah
64 371 Side Gulch of Glen Canyon - Colorado River
64 372 View in Grand Canyon - Colorado River
64 373 View in Glen Canyon - Colorado River
64 374 Grand Canyon, near Mouth of Little Colorado - Colorado River
64 375 Ashley's Fall - Green River
64 376 Canyon of Ashley's Fork - Green River
64 377 Twin Pinnacle on Ashley's Fork
64 378 Chimney Rocks - Green River
64 379 Flaming Gorge - Green River
64 380 Hell's Half Mile, Canyon of Lodore - Green River
64 381 Side Wall of Red Canyon - Green River
64 382 Sunset in the Canyon, Canyon of Lodore - Green River
64 383 Triplet Falls, Canyon of Lodore - Green River
64 384 Triplet Falls - Green River
64 385 Side Gulch in Marble Canyon
64 386 Carved Rocks on Vermillion Creek - Wyoming Territory
64 387 View of Brush Creek - Uinta Mountains
64 388 Native Americans sitting around a campfire
64 389 Two young Native American girls at river's edge
64 390 Native Americans on horseback
64 391 Native Americans and tepee
64 392 Large group of Native Americans in eclectic western dress
64 393 Steep Alcove
64 394 Rock Crags
64 395 River scene, steep canyon walls
64 396 Fallen tree across river
U.S. Geological Survey of the Territories
64 397 Arched Falls, Middle Creek
64 398 Cascades, Head of Middle Creek (View 1)
64 399 Upper Canyon of Middle Creek
64 400 Cascades, Head of Middle Creek (View 2)
64 401 Mystic Lake
64 402 View on Middle Creek
64 403 Falls on Gardiner River (View 1)
64 404 Falls on Gardiner River (View 2)
64 405 Tower Falls
64 406 Bridger Canyon (View 1)
64 407 Bridger Canyon (View 2)
64 408 Bridger Canyon (View 3)
64 409 Bridger Canyon (View 4)
64 410 Trail in the Woods
64 411 Shadow Lake on the Yellowstone Divide
64 412 Mammoth Hot Spring (View 1)
64 413 Mammoth Hot Spring (View 2)
64 414 Mud Puffs
64 415 Hot Spring
64 416 Hot Spring Basin
64 417 Crater of a geyser
64 418 Steam jet
64 419 View in Upper Fire Hole Basin
64 420 "Old Faithful" in eruption
64 421 Crater of Old Faithful
64 422 Crater of Grand Geyser
64 423 The Grotto
64 424 Castle Geyser in eruption
64 425 Castle Geyser
64 426 Upper Basin
64 427 Great Tetons of Snake River
64 428 The Three Tetons
64 429 Teton Range - East (View 1)
64 430 Teton Range - Southeast
64 431 Teton Range - South (View 1)
64 432 Teton Range - South (View 2)
64 433 Teton Range - East (View 2)
64 434 Left fork of Teton River (View 1)
64 435 Left fork of Teton River (View 2)
64 436 Teton Canyon (looking down)
Views of the Rocky Mountains and Vicinity
64 437 286 View of Pine Bluff and editorial party, U.P.R.R.
64 438 289 Mount Pisgah, Summit of Black Hills
64 439 290 Red Sand Stone Rocks, Laramie Plains (1)
64 440 291 Red Sand Stone Rocks, Laramie Plains (2)
64 441 292 Red Sand Stone Rocks, Laramie Plains (3)
64 442 293 Red Sand Stone Rocks, Laramie Plains (4)
64 443 297 View on the Overland Stage Route, Virgina Dale
64 444 301 View of Canyon and Long's Peak
64 445 Rock Formation
Gems of Minnesota Scenery (Unnumbered Cards)
65 446 City of St. Paul, Minn. River scene (1). Verso: Scene in India - Men having tea
65 447 City of St. Paul, Minn. River scene (2)
65 448 City of St. Paul, Minn. River scene (3)
65 449 Magnesium limestone mine in St. Paul
65 450 Same as Item # 449
65 451 Bridge over Mississippi at St. Paul. 1,790 feet long, 90 feet above low water
65 452 Unidentified bridge
65 453 View at Minneapolis, below Falls of St. Anthony - Stone building in foreground, river and log flumes in background
65 454 Same as Item # 453
65 455 View at Minneapolis - Frozen waterfalls and structure
65 456 View at Minneapolis - Falls of St. Anthony
65 457 Suspension bridge at Minneapolis (1)
65 458 Suspension bridge at Minneapolis (2)
65 459 Refugees from the Indian massacre of 1862, at dinner on a prairie
65 460 Red River cart(s) and people
65 461 Dog sled train from Pembina, 49 degrees North Latitude
65 462 Big Lake
65 463 Lake Como (1)
65 464 Lake Como (2)
65 465 Crow Wing River - 2 small groups of people sitting at river's edge; a European-American group and a Native American group
65 466 White Bear Lake - European-Americans in treed camp setting
65 467 White Bear lake - same subject as Item # 466
65 468 Sandstone bluff near Ft. Snelling
65 469 Road leading to Ft. Snelling
65 470 Ft. Snelling, at Junction of Mississippi and Minnesota rivers (1)
65 471 Ft. Snelling, at Junction of Mississippi and Minnesota rivers (2)
65 472 Ft. Snelling, at Junction of Mississippi and Minnesota rivers (3)
65 473 Falls of Apple River (1)
65 474 Falls of Apple River (2)
65 475 Castle Rock, near Northfield
65 476 Diamond Falls, near St. Croix River
65 477 Falls of St. Anthony (1)
65 478 Falls of St. Anthony (2)
65 479 Falls of St. Anthony (3)
65 480 Falls of St. Anthony (4)
65 481 Falls of St. Anthony (5)
65 482 Falls of St. Anthony (6)
65 483 Falls of St. Anthony (7)
65 484 Falls of St. Anthony (8)
65 485 Falls of St. Anthony (9)
65 486 Falls of St. Anthony (10)
65 487 Falls of St. Anthony (11)
65 488 Falls of St. Anthony (12)
65 489 Falls of St. Anthony (13)
65 490 Falls of St. Anthony (14)
65 491 Log Flume on River
65 492 Sulphur Spring - near Falls of St. Anthony. Verso: Scene in India-Hillside with dwellings, people sitting on path
65 493 Bridal Veil Waterfall
65 494 Fawn's Leap Waterfall
65 495 Fountain Cave (looking out)
65 496 Fountain Cave (looking in)
65 497 Sugar Loaf Bluff
65 498 Minne-ha-ha Waterfall
65 499 Minne-ha-ha Waterfall – in Winter (1)
65 500 Minne-ha-ha Waterfall – in Winter (2)
65 501 Minne-inne-o-pa Falls
65 502 Red Wood River Falls
65 503 Silver Cascade Falls
65 504 Silver Cascade Falls - in Winter
65 505 Vermillion Falls (1)
65 506 Vermillion Falls (2)
65 507 Vermillion Falls (3)
65 508 Willow River Falls
65 509-529 The Dalles of St. Croix - assorted scenes of riverside
65 530 Rocky drop-off behind a house
65 531 Same as Item # 530
65 532 Waterside scene - Man in canoe and buildings on shoreline
65 533 Waterside scene - Buildings on shoreline across bay
65 534 Unidentified building
The Black Hills
65 535 805 Inyan Kara, altitude 6,000 feet
65 536 806 Floral Valley
65 537 807 View from our first camp in the Hills, looking north
65 538 810 Castle Creek Valley, looking East
65 539 811 Lime Stone Peak and Castle Creek Valley
65 540 819 Harney's Peak at ten miles distance, altitude 9,400 feet
65 541 820 Pulpit Knob, altitude 8,700 feet
65 542 822 Gold Quartz Mountain, altitude 3,600 feet
65 543 825 The Granite Range from Turkey Rock
65 544 827 Organ Pipes and Harney's Peak
65 545 828 From top of Beaver Mount over Agnes Peak
65 546 836 Golden Valley Gulch
65 547 840 Spectre Canyon
65 548 851 Bear Butte near Custer Peak
Scenes of the Mississippi River at Dubuque, Iowa
65 549-559 Assorted riverside scenes
Scenes of the St. Charles Bridge, Missouri
65 560-563 Assorted scenes of railroad bridge that crosses the Missouri River
Views of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin
65 564-565 2 scenes from the Wisconsin River Improvement Project
Gems of Wisconsin Scenery
65 566 Pulpit Rock
65 567 Waterfall at south fork of the Kinni-kinnick
65 568 Waterfall at north fork of the Kinni-kinnick
Instantaneous Views - May 1876
Dynamite Blasts at Ahnepee Harbor, Wisconsin
65 569-570 2 scenes of harbor
Rock Island, Illinois
65 571 Draw Pier, Government Bridge
65 572 New Bridge from the Island
Continuation Views of the Construction of the Ohio River Bridge
65 573-576 Assorted views of dams and piers
Purviance's Stereographs on the Pennsylvania Central Railroad
65 577 Silver Spring, near Spruce Creek
65 578 On the Conemaugh, below Johnstown
65 579 View in Jack's Narrows
65 580 The Allegheny Tunnel, at the summit
65 581 Coatesville Bridge
65 582 Suspension Bridge, Pittsburgh
65 583 Machine shops, Altoona (Interior)
65 584 Horse Shoe Curve, above Altoona
65 585 Rock Cut near Huntingdon
65 586 Susquehanna Bridge, near Harrisburg
65 587 View on the Wissahickon (1)
65 588 View on the Wissahickon (2)
Edgartown, Massachusetts
65 589-600 Assorted views of the waterfront
Random Cards
65 601 Unidentified ferryboat
65 602-603 Sioux Falls, Dakota
65 604-605 Improvement of Cochecho River, Dover, New Hampshire
65 606 End of Track. Near Humboldt Lake
65 607 Coehouse or Brentonhouse, now demolished
65 608 Old Marchant House (Rhode Island?)
65 609 Sculpture of a satyr
65 610 Study in Skeleton Leaves
65 611 Allegorical Painting, U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.
65 612 Close-up of Large Coral
65 613 Unidentified Building
65 614-615 Scaffolding, Hoists and Laborers

Maps originally were on rolls; original roll number is in parentheses below folder number.
Measurements are in inches; for example, 36 x 34 = 36" x 34".

Cartographic Collection
Folder Item Contents
EL1
(Roll 1)
1 [Topographic map including Warrenton, Fredericksburg, Potomac River]; black ink on cloth with some pencil additions. Scale: 1:62,500. 36 x 34
EL1
 (Roll 1)
2 [Topographic map including Warrenton, Manassas Station, Hartwood Court House]; black ink on cloth. Scale: 1:62,500. 31 x 36
EL1
 (Roll 1)
3 [Topographic map, Manassas Station to Fredericksburg]; part litho, part black and red ink on cloth). Scale: 1:62,500. 42 x 40
EL1
 (Roll 1)
4 [Topographic map, Leesburg to Manassas Station along Manassas Gap Railroad, Loudon & New Hampshire Railroad], black ink on cloth. Scale: 1:62,500(?). 31 x 34
EL2
(Roll 2)
3 composite lithographed topographic maps of eastern Virginia originally rolled together on stick. Scale: 1:62,500
EL3
(Roll 3)
[Litho sheets of Virginia, various editions in 1864, covering Alexandria, Spotsylvania Court House, Goochland Court House, Charlottesville, New Canton, Dumfries, Bolington Post Office]. Lith. J.F. Gedney, Washington, 1864
EEL4
(Roll 4)
1 [Morrisville topographic sheet], engr. by J. Schedler, 120 Pearl St., N.Y. (Five mile square) Scale: 1 inch:1 mile. 36 x 42. 4 copies
EEL4
(Roll 4)
2 [Morrisville topographic sheet], same as above without statement of engraver. One map is annotated Scale: 1 inch:1 mile. 29 x 42. 5 copies
EL5
Rolls 5 and 6
Set of the following lithographed topographic sheets for eastern Virginia, listed according to the manner of their letter designation.

E1: [Beck’s Island to Port Royal] (1 copy)

E2: [Beck’s Island to Port Royal] (4 copies)

F: Map of Eastern Virginia including portions of Spotsylvania County and adjoining counties; compiled by Capt. W.H. Paine, A.D.S. 1863.; C.A. Mallory, draughtsman. Scale: 1 inch to the mile. Prepared at Hd. Quars. Army  of Potomac April 10, 1863; lith. by J.F. Gedney, Washington) (1copy)

G: [Fredericks Hall to Chesterfield] (10 copies)

H1: [Grindstone Hill to Beck’s Island] (21 copies)

H2: [Grindstone Hill to Beck’s Island, photograph [sic]] (4 copies)

I1: [Rappahannock Station to Guy’s Old Tavern] Ed. November 12, 1863, lith. by J.F. Gedney. Scale 1 inch to 1 mile (10 copies)

I2: [Rappanhannock Station to Guy’s Old Tavern] (12 copies)J: [Warrenton to Brentsville] Some maps: Lith. by J.F. Gedney, Office of Surveys and Maps for the Army of the Potomac… November 16, 1863 (4 copies)

K: [Manassas Station to Accotink] (9 copies)

L: [Tusculum to Potomac River] (1 copy)

M: [Sperryville to Rappahannock Station] Ed. November 16, 1863 (3 copies)

N: [Washington to Warrenton] (6 copies)

O: [Burtonsville to Robertson’s Tavern] Office of Surveys and Maps for the Army of the Potomac … September 21, 1863 (1 copy)

Roll 6 originally: [Bundle of duplicate lithos: I, J, G, L, I, H, J, M, O, K, H, E, I]

EL6
(Roll 7)
Map of the state of Virginia constructed in conformity to law from the late surveys authorized by the Legislature and other original and authentic documents by Herman Boye, 1825; corrected by order of the Executive by L. v. Buchholtz, 1859. No scale. (1 item consisting of 9 sheets; nos. 5 and 7 wanting)
EL7
(Roll 8)
1 Manassas Junction and vicinity; surveyed by part of the U.S. Coast Survey assigned by A.D. Bache, Supdt, to act under orders of Lt. Col. J.N. Macomb, Chf. Topl. Engr, Army of the Potomac; field work under direction of H.L. Whiting, Asst. Scale: circa. 5 ½ inches to a mile. 15 x 19.
EL7
(Roll 8)
2 Map and profile of the Orange and Alexandria Rail Road with its Warrenton Branch and a portion of the Manassas Gap Rail Road, to show its point of connection; drawn by August Faul. Ackerman Lith. (N.D.) (pencil notes). Scale: 2 miles to an inch. 16 x 48.
EL7
 (Roll 8)
3 Survey from Harpers Ferry to Winchester by Capt. J.D. Graham in 1831-32; prepared under the direction of Lt. Col. J.N. Macomb, Chf. Topl. Engr., Army of the Potomac for the use of Maj. Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, Commanding U.S. Army, Coast Survey. Scale: circa. 1 inch equals 1.2 miles. 16 x 24.
EL7
 (Roll 8)
4 [Manassas Gap Rail Road from Strasburg to White Plains] From a reconnaissance by Capt. W.H. Paine, A.D.C. Copy furnished from the records of Col. Macomb’s office for the information of Maj. Gen. McClellan, Commanding the Army of the Potomac. September 20, 1862. (photograph [sic]) No scale. 12 x 36.
EL7
 (Roll 8)
5 [Eastern Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington, Baltimore, Gettysburg, photograph [sic]) Scale: 1:200,000. 22 x 17.
EL7
 (Roll 8)
6 Topographical survey of the right bank of the Potomac River above Georgetown by parties of the U.S. Coast Survey detailed by Prof. A.D. Bache Supt. to act under orders of Lt. Col. J.N. Macomb, Chf. Topl. Engr. Army of Potomac; general supervision of field and office work by H.L. Whiting, Asst. U.S.C.S. Surveyed 1861; drawn by E. Hergesheimer, photographs by G. Mathiot & D. Hinkle. Scale: 2 inches to 1 mile. 38 x 17.
EL7
 (Roll 8)
7 Map of Fauquier County, Virginia, 1876; compiled from military surveys made during the late war and other data; and corrected with the assistance of reliable parties in the county by H.D. Garden. Scale: 1 mile to 1 inch. 48 x 36. (cut to 4 sheets)
EL7
 (Roll 8)
8 Central Virginia compiled in the Bureau of Topographical Engrs. of the War Department for military purposes, July 1862; corrections and additions October 27, 1864. (litho. or engr. (?)) Scale: 1:350,000. 27 x 32.
EL7
 (Roll 8)
9 [Maryland and Virginia from Winchester to Baltimore, litho(?); endorsed] Part of a map compiled in Topl. Bureau July 1861 by Denis Callahan. No scale. 24 x 36.
EL7
 (Roll 8)
10 Map of a portion of Stafford County, Va.; prepared by Lieut. Wm. H. Willcox, Top. Off. & A.A.D.C. Brig. Genl. Doubleday’s Staff, 1862. (photograph [sic]) Scale: 1 inch equals ¾ miles. 23 x 23.
EL7
 (Roll 8)
11 Part of the North Bank of Rappahannock River showing the approaches to Fredericksburg prepared under the direction of Capt. R.S. Williamson & 1st Lt. Nicolas Bowen - for the use of the Army of the Potomac compiled by Fred Churchill, Vol. A.D.C. December 1862; drawn by C.A. Mallory; reduced and photographed [sic] by L.E. Walker, Treasy. Dept. Scale: 1:10,000. 18 x 35.
EL7
 (Roll 8)
12 [Fredericksburg and vicinity showing location of troops, red and black ink; endorsed]: “Note this map is a mere diagram made to exhibit the approximate relative position of the troops. It is not based on instrumental reconnaissance. Author is unknown to me. February 5, 1863, GKW.” No scale. 19 x 24.
EL7
 (Roll 8)
13 Untitled topographic sheet including Hartwood, Falmouth, Brooke’s Station and Stafford Court House; pencil and ink on graph paper. No scale. 28 x 30
County maps - mounted for Warren in 1879
EL8
(Roll 9)
1 Berkeley County; compiled under the direction of Lieut. Col. J.N. Macomb - for the use of Maj. Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, Commanding U.S. Army, 1861; drawn from J.B. Kearfotts map by E. Hergesheimer; photographs [sic] by G. Mathiot & D. Hinkle by permission of Prof. A.D. Bache, Supt. U.S. Coast Survey (2 copies)
EL8
(Roll 9)
2 Map of Montgomery County, Maryland; compiled in the Bureau of Topographical Engineers from the latest and best authorities, September 1862; autographic transfer printed at the Coast Survey Office, June 24, 1863. Scale: ¼ inch to 1 mile. 17 x 21.
EL8
(Roll 9)
3 Loudon County, Virginia; compiled under the direction of Lieut. Col. J.N. Macomb - for the use of Maj. Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, 1861; drawn from R.P. Smith’s map by E. Hergesheimer; photographs by G. Mathiot & D. Hinkle by permission of Prof. A.D. Bache Supt. U.S. Coast Survey. Scale: 1 inch equals 2 miles. 18 x 19. (2 copies)
EL8
(Roll 9)
4 Part of Washington County, Md. Bureau of Topographical Engineers, September 1862. (photograph (?) [sic]) Scale: 2 inches to mile. 17 x 22.
EL8
(Roll 9)
5 Frederick County, Virginia; drawn from Chas. Varle’s map of 1809; prepared under direction of Lt. Col. J.N. Macomb - for the use of  Maj. Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, Commanding U.S. Army, 1862. (photograph [sic]) Scale: 2 miles to inch. 23 x 21.
EL8
(Roll 9)
6 Jefferson County, Virginia; compiled under the direction of Lieut. Col. J.N. Macomb - for the use of Maj. Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, Commanding U.S. Army, 1861; drawn from S.H. Brown’s map by E. Hergesheimer; photographs [sic] by G. Mathiot & D. Hinkle by permission of Prof. A.D. Bache, supt. U.S. Coast Survey. Scale: 2 miles to inch. 18 x 15.
EL8
(Roll 9)
7 Map of Jefferson County, Va.; photographed [sic] for the Bureau of Topographical Engineers October 1862. Scale: 1 mile equals 2.3 inches. 18 x 23.
EL8
(Roll 9)
8 Washington County, Maryland; compiled under the direction of Lieut. Col. J.N. Macomb … for the use of Maj. Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, Commanding Army of the Potomac 1861; drawn from Thomas Taggarts map by E. Hergesheimer; photographs [sic] by G. Mathiot & D. Hinkle by permission of Prof. Bache, Supt. U.S. Coast Survey. Scale: ½ mile to inch. 16 x 24.
EL8
(Roll 9)
9 Map of Loudon, Jefferson, Berkeley, Frederick counties, Va.; compiled under the direction of Lieut. Col. J.N. Macomb - for the use of Maj. Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, Commanding Army of Potomac 1862; photographed [sic] by D.R. Holmes. Scale: 2 miles to inch. 30 x 34.
EL8
(Roll 9)
10 Map of Carroll County; surveyed by S.J. Alartenet (ink on cloth; endorsed): “The map of Carroll Co. was not used by the Army of the Potomac in the Gettysburg campaign. Roebling (whom I sent to get it if possible) arrived with it at Gettysburg on July 2, 1863. The copy was made specially for me in great haste. G.K. Warren.” No scale. 40 x 36.
(Endorsed) General Maps of Virginia Campaign
EL9
(Roll 10)
1 Military topographical map of eastern Virginia showing the routes taken by the several Army corps & the battles fought in the present campaign of 1864 under Lt. Gen. U.S. Grant; compiled and drawn by Charles Sholl - published by Capt. R. Chauncy. Scale: circa. 1:135,000. 40 x 24.
EL9
(Roll 10)
2 Military map of south-eastern Virginia; compiled at the U.S. Coast Survey Office. H. Lindenkohl & Chas. G. Krebs, Lith. (n.d.) Scale: 1:200,000. 21 x 34.
EL9
(Roll 10)
3 [Vicinity of Richmond and south] Engineer Dept. Hd. Qtrs. Army of the Potomac, November 7, 1864, Official. No scale. 25 x 37.
EL9
(Roll 10)
4 Middle Virginia and North Carolina; compiled at the U.S. Coast Survey Office. Chas. G. Krebs, Lith. (n.d.) Scale: 1 inch equals 10 miles. 24 x 21
EL9
(Roll 10)
5 Map of the city of Richmond, Virginia from a survey by I.H. Adams, Assit [sic]. U.S. Coast Survey, 1858; with additions from Smith’s map of Henrico County, 1853; prepared at the U.S. Coast Survey Office, A.D. Bache Supt. 1864. H. Lindenkohl & Chas. G. Krebs, Lith. Scale: 1:13,500. 21 x 24. (2 copies)
EL10
(Rolls 11 and 12)
Surveys for military defenses. Map of n. eastern Virginia and vicinity of Washington compiled in Topographical Engineers Office at Division Head Quarters of General Irvin McDowell, Arlington, January 1, 1862; corrected August 1, 1862; drawn by J.J. Young, W. Hesselbach, engr. on stone by J. Schedler. Scale: 1 inch to the mile. 49 x 66. Sheets 1 and 2
EL11
(Roll 13)
Map of a part of eastern Virginia including portions of Spotsylvania Co. and adjoining counties, compiled by Capt. W.H. Paine, A.D.C. 1863. C.A. Mallory, draughtsman; prepared at Hd. Qurs. [sic] Army of Potomac; lith. by J.F. Gedney, Washington, April 10, 1863. Scale: 1 inch to the mile. 34 x 37.
EL12
(Roll 14)
Map of a part of eastern Virginia including portions of Spotsylvania Co. and adjoining counties, compiled by Capt. W.H. Paine, A.D.C. 1863. C.A. Mallory, draughtsman; prepared at Hd. Qurs. Army of Potomac April 10, 1863; photographed by L.E. Walker, Treasury Extension. Scale: 1 inch to the mile. 30 x 34.
EL13
(Roll 15)
(Endorsed) South of Petersburg, Va. Part of photograph [sic] map issued from Army of Potomac Hd. Quas. [sic] in September 1864. Engineer Dept. Hd. Qrs. Army of the Potomac, September 21, 1864. Scale: 1 inch equals 1 mile. In several different pieces
EL14
(Roll 16)
Part of the North Bank of the Rappahannock River showing the approaches to Fredericksburg, December 1862; reduced and photographed [sic] by L.E. Walker, Treasy. Dept. Scale: 1:10,000. 17 x 34 (2 copies) [See also Folder 7, Item 11]
EEL15
(Roll 17)
[Fredericksburg and area north of Rappahannock River, black ink on cloth]. Scale: circa. 4 inches equals 1 mile. 36 x 64.
EL16
(Roll 18)
[Fredericksburg and area north of Rappahannock River, black and red ink on cloth] (some pencil notes) Drawn from charts of the Coast Survey, and from actual surveys made by the officers of the Engineer Brigade, under the direction of General D.P. Woodward; copied February 10, 1863. Scale: circa. 3 inches equal 1 mile. 40 x 52.
EEL17
(Roll 19)
1 Part of the North Bank of the Rappahannock River showing the position of troops. Army of the Potomac. (colored inks on cloth; location of troops in detail) Scale: 1:20,000
EEL17
(Roll 19)
2 (Same, information a little different) Scale: 1:20,000. 32 x 60.
EEL17
(Roll 19)
3 (Same, untitled) Scale: 1:20,000. 36 x 60.
EEL18
(Roll 20)
1 Map of field of occupation of Army of the Potomac; prepared by order of Gen. Hooker from reconnaisances made under Capt. R.S. Williamson, Lt. N. Bowen, Gen. D.P. Woodbury and others; issued February 26, 1863. (red and black ink on cloth) Scale: 1 inch equals 1 mile. 31 x 40. (2 copies; one copy with GKW annotations, 1879)
EEL18
(Roll 20)
2 (rough outline map of area to north of No. 1, includes Bealeton Sta., Catlett’s Sta., and Bristersburg) Scale: 1 inch equals 1 mile(?). 27 x 37.
EL19
(Roll 21)
Topographical survey of the Rappahannock & roads from Falmouth to Richards Ferry and Hartwood; compiled from surveys made by officers of the Engineer Brigade, by order of Brig. Gen. D.P. Woodbury. (black ink on cloth) Scale: 1 inch equals 1/3 mile. 30 x 40. (2 copies)
EL20
(Roll 22)
Compilation of mining sketches from papers of the late R.C. Taylor, Mining Engineer, by Augustus McGafferty. (blue and black ink) Scale: 2 inches to one mile. 29 x 26.
EL21
(Roll 23)
1 Sketch of Fredericksburg & vicinity from reconnaissances in Office of Surveys and Maps for the Army of the Potomac. (black and blue ink on cloth) Scale: 6 inches to mile. 26 x 21.
EL21
(Roll 23)
2 Map of the vicinity of Fredericksburg from sketch of reconnaissances in Office of Surveys and Maps for the Army of the Potomac. (colored inks on cloth) Scale: 6 inches to one mile. 26 x 24.
EL22
(Roll 24)
[Region between Fredericksburg and Richmond with details on road and railroad bridges, black ink on cloth] No scale. 65 x 36.
EL23
(Roll 25)
[Fredericksburg, region south of Rappahannock to Chesterfield) W.A. Roebling, November 1862. (colored inks on cloth) Scale: 1 inch equals 1 mile. 36 x 38.
EL24
(Roll 26)
1 [Region between Rappahannock and Potomac rivers, black and red ink, n.d.] No scale. 21 x 14.
EL24
(Roll 26)
2 [Rappahannock River between Fredericksburg and Port Royal, colored inks] by A. McCafferty, asst. to Capt. W.H. Paine, December 15. Reduction of G.S. Map of Rappahannock. No scale. 20 x 7.
EL24
(Roll 26)
3 Same as Item 2, ink on cloth; however, without place names
EL24
(Roll 26)
4 [Region north of Rappahannock, west of Fredericksburg to Richards Ferry, black and red ink] No scale. 23 x 18.
EL24
(Roll 26)
5 [Outline map of mouth of Potomac River, black and red ink] No scale. 23 x 28.
EL25
(Roll 27)
Military maps illustrating the operations of the Armies of the Potomac and James, May 4, 1864-April 9, 1865. War Department, Office of the Chief of Engineers, 1869. (Contents: North Anna, Totopotomoy, High Bridge and Farmville, Antietam, Cold Harbor, Harper’s Ferry, The Wilderness, Chancellorsville [sic], Fredericksburg, Spottsylvania Court House.)
(Endorsed) Scenes of march of Army corps under Genl. Grant in Virginia, 1864
EL26
(Roll 28)
1 Map of the battle fields of the Tolopotomoy and Bethesda Church showing the field of operations of the Army of the Potomac commanded by Maj. Gen. George G. Meade U.S.A. from May 28 to June 2, 1864. Surveyed under the orders of Bvt. Col. J.C. Duane - by Bvt. Maj. C.W. Howell. J. Bien, lith. Scale: 4 inches to one mile. 27 x 30.
EL26
(Roll 28)
2 (Same, only photograph [sic] instead of litho)
EL26
(Roll 28)
3 Map of the battle-field of the North Anna showing the field of operations of the Army of the Potomac commanded by Maj. Gen. George B. Meade U.S.A. from May 23 to 27, 1864; surveyed under the orders of Bvt. Col. J.C. Duane - by Bvt. Maj. C.H. Howell. J. Bien, lith. Scale: 4 inches to 1 mile. 22 x 41.
EL26
(Roll 28)
4 (Same, photograph [sic] instead of litho)
EL26
(Roll 28)
5 Map of the battle field of Spottsylvania C.H. showing the field of operations of the Army of the Potomac commanded by Maj. Gen. George G. Meade U.S.A. from May 8 to 21, 1865 [sic] surveyed under the orders of Bvt. Col. J.C. Duane - by Bvt. Maj. C.W. Howell. J. Bien, lithographer
EL26
(Roll 28)
6 (Same, photograph [sic] instead of litho)
EL26
(Roll 28)
7 Map of the country in the vicinity of Todds Tavern with the position of the 2nd Corps Army of the Potomac May 8, 1864; surveyed under the orders of Bvt. Col. J.C. Duane - by Bvt. Maj. C.H. Howell. J. Bien, lith. Scale: 4 inches to 1 mile. 17 x 14.
EL26
(Roll 28)
8 (Same, photograph [sic] instead of litho)
EL26
(Roll 28)
9 Map of the battle fields of the Wilderness May 5, 6, and 7, 1864, showing the field of operations of the Army of the Potomac commanded by Maj. Gen. George G. Meade, U.S.A.; surveyed under the orders of Bvt. Col. J.C. Duane - by Bvt. Major C.W. Howell. J. Bien, lith. Scale: 4 inches to 1 mile. 26 x 30.
EL26
(Roll 28)
10 (Same, photograph [sic] instead of litho)
EL27
(Roll 29)
1 Harper’s Ferry; prepared by Bvt. Genl. N. Michler, Major of Engineers, from surveys under his direction by order of Brig. Genl. & Bvt. Maj. Genl. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers and under authority of the Hon. Secretary of War, 1867; surveyed and drawn by Maj. J.E. Weyss - Photo lith. - Julius Bien.

Scale: 3 inches to 1 mile. 24 x 36.

EL27
(Roll 29)
2 Antietam; prepared by Bvt. Genl. N. Michler, Major of Engineers from surveys under his direction by order of Brig. Genl. & Bvt. Maj. Gnl. A.A. Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, and under authority of the Hon. Secretary of War, 1867; surveyed and drawn by Maj. J.E. Weyss - Photo lith. - Julius Bien. Scale: 3 inches to 1 mile. 24 x 36.
EL28
(Roll 30)
1 Campaign maps, Army of the Potomac, Map No. 3, White House to Harrisons Landing; prepared by command of Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan U.S.A. Commdg. Army of the Potomac. A.A. Humphreys Brig. Gen. and Chief Top. Engrs. This map compiled by Capt. H.L. Abbot, Top. Engrs. Photographic reduction by L.E. Walker, Treasury Department. Scale: 1:40,000. 24 x 20.
EL28
(Roll 30)
2 Map of a portion of Virginia compiled from Boyes State Map under the direction of Nicolas Bowen 1st Lieut. Top’l Engrs. in charge with additions and corrections by D.H. Strother - November 1862; photographed by D.R. Holmes. Scale: circa. 9 miles to an inch. 19 x 17.
EL28
(Roll 30)
3 Campaign maps, Army of the Potomac, Map No. 2, Williamsburg to White House; prepared by command of Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan, U.S.A. Commdg Army of the Potomac. A.A. Humphreys Brig. Gen. and Chief of Top. Engrs; this map compiled by Capt. H.L. Abbot - September 1862; photographic [sic] reduction by L.E. Walker; Treasury Department. Scale: 1:40,000. 18 x 17.
EL28
(Roll 30)
4 Campaign maps, Army of the Potomac, Map No. 1, Yorktown to Williamsburg; prepared by command of Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan, U.S.A. Commdg. Army of the Potomac. A.A. Humphreys. This map compiled by Capt. H.L. Abbot, Top. Eng’rs - September 1862; photographic [sic] reduction by L.E. Walker, Treasury Department. Scale: 1:40,000. 24 x 16
EL29
(Roll 31)
Battle fields of South Mountains showing the positions of the forces of Major Genls. Burnside and Franklin and of the enemy during the battle fought by the Army of the Potomac under the command of Major Genl. G.B. McClellan, September 14, 1862; photographed [sic] by L.E. Walker, Treasury Department. Scale: 4 inches to 1 mile.
EL30
(Roll 32)
1 Battle of the Antietam fought September 16 & 17, 1862; reconnaissance of the ground occupied by the 1st Army Corps commanded by Maj. Gen. Hooker; made under the direction of Maj. D.C. Houston, Chf. Engr. by Lieut. W.A. Roebling and W.S. Long, C.E. Scale: 6 inches to 1 mile. 32 x 22.
EL30
(Roll 32)
2 Map of the “Battle of the Antietam” fought on September 16 & 17, 1862 - sketched under the direction of Capt. J.C. Duane - by Maj. D.C. Houston. Scale: 2 inches to 1 mile. 17 x 24.
EL30
(Roll 32)
3 Map of the Battle of Antietam fought on September 16 & 17, 1862 - prepared by command of Maj. Genl. Geo. B. McClellan from surveys under the direction of 1st Lt. Nicholas Bowen - 1st Lt. A.H. Cushing, October 1862. Scale 4 inches to 1 mile. 28 x 34.
EL31
(Roll 33)
[No title]. Map of the vicinity of Hagerstown, Funkstown, Williamsport and Falling Waters, Md. Accompanied Meade’s report on Gettysburg). Scale: circa. 3 inches to 1 mile. 33 x 36.
EL32
(Roll 34)
Map of the battle field of Manassas and the surrounding region showing the various actions of July 21, 1861 between the armies of the Confederate States and the United States; surveyed and drawn by W.G. Atkinson - August 1861. Scale: 1,000 feet to 1 inch. 33 x 33.
Fredericksburg, 1862-1863
EL33
(Roll 35)
1 Map of picket line of Fifth Corps Army of the Potomac, February 1863. (gray and blue ink on cloth) Scale: 300 yards to one-tenth of a foot. 16 x 30.
EL33
(Roll 35)
2 Potomac Run Bridge (by) R.S. Mackenzie, 2nd Lt. in charge of work at Potomac Run (black and red ink on cloth) Scale: 1 mile equals 6.3 inches

[Brooks Station, Va.] Charles E. Cross, 1st Lt. in charge of work at Brooks Station. Scale: 1 mile equals 6.3 inches. Size of sheet for both maps: 14 x 26.

EL33
(Roll 35)
3 Sketch of the location of the Eleventh Corps; A Ligowsky, Capt. A.E., 3d Div. 11th Corps. (vicinity of Stafford C.H. and Brooks Station; red, blue, black ink on cloth). Scale: four inches to the mile. 22 x 25.
EL33
(Roll 35)
4 [Aquia Creek, Va. shows line of slashing], (ink on cloth); Charles E. Cross. Scale: 1 mile is 6.3 inches. 25 x 18.
EL33
(Roll 35)
5 [Morrisville P.O. to Stafford C.H.], (black and blue ink on cloth); Franz Rappner, Major, A.D.C. Chief Engineer. No scale. 14 x 22.
EL33
(Roll 35)
6 This is a map of the Head Quarters Camp of Genl. Hooker after the battle of Chancellorsville, May & June 1863 near Fredericksburg, G.K. Warren. (black ink on cloth) Scale: 1 inch to 100 ft. 21 x 13.
EL34
(Roll 36)
1 Rappahannock River, Virginia from Fredericksburg to near Moss Neck from a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A.D. Bache, superintendent of the Survey of the Coast of the United States, 1856. Scale: 1:20,000. 30 x 19.
EL34
(Roll 36)
2 Rappahannock River, Virginia from Moss Neck to Port Royal from a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A.D. Bache, superintendent of the Survey of the Coast of the United States, 1856. Scale: 1:20,000. 30 x 19.
EL34
(Roll 36)
3 Preliminary chart of Rappahannock River Virginia from Saunders’ Wharf to Occupacia Creek from a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A.D. Bache, superintendent of the Survey of the Coast of the United States, 1856. Scale: 1:20,000. 30 x 19.
EL34
(Roll 36)
4 Preliminary chart of Rappahannock River Virginia from Occupacia Creek to Deep Creek from a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A.D. Bache ,superintendent of the Survey of the Coast of the United States, 1857. Scale: 1:60,000. 30 x 19.
EL34
(Roll 36)
5 Rappahannock River Virginia from entrance to Deep Creek from a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A.D. Bache, superintendent of the Survey of the Coast of the United States, 1861. Scale: 1:60,000. 30 x 19.
EEL35
(Roll 37)
1 Potomac River, Sheet No. 4 from Indian Head to Georgetown; from a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A.D. Bache, Superintendent of the Survey of the Coast of the United States, 1862. Aids to navigation [corrected to] 1877. Scale: 1:40,000. 29 x 43.
EEL35
(Roll 37)
2 Potomac River, Sheet No. 3, from Lower Cedar Point to Indian Head; from a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A.D. Bache Superintendent of the Survey of the Coast of the United States, 1862. Aids to navigation corrected to 1877. Scale: 1:40,000. 30 x 33.
EL36
(Roll 38)
Part of Stafford County, Va. by accurate surveys made by W.C. Margedant, Capt. A.V., March 1863 (pencil on tracing paper) Scale: 4 inches to the mile. 24 x 36.
EL37
(Roll 39)
1 Map of the battlefield of Bull Run, Virginia, Brig. Gen. Irvin McDowell, commanding the U.S. forces, Gen. G.T. Beauregard commanding the Confederate forces, July 21, 1861. 1877. (litho(?)) Scale: 3 inches equal 1 mile. 28 x 38. (2 copies)
EL37
(Roll 39)
2 Map exhibiting part of the operations of the Army of Virginia under the command of Major General John Pope. Battlefield of Cedar Mountain August 9, 1862. The positions of the troops on the night of August 27 and at sunset August 28, 1862, and the battlefield of Manassas, Va. (litho(?)). Contents: 1) Battlefield of Cedar Mountain, August 9, 1862, 2) Map showing the positions of both armies August 27, 1862 at night, 3) Position of troops at sunset August 28, 1862, 4) Battlefield of Manassas, Va. close of action August 29, 1862. Scales vary. (2 copies)
From Warren survey of Bull Run, 1879
EL38
(Roll 40)
1 Map of the three Battle-fields of First Bull Run, July 21, 1861; Second Bull Run, August 28, 29, & 30, 1862; Bristoe Station October 14, 1863; compiled by Bvt. Maj. Gen. G.K. Warren, U.S. Army in January 1879. (ink on cloth) Scale: 3 inches to 1 mile. 37 x 36.
EL38
(Roll 40)
2 [Centreville; endorsed]. Beginning of analysis of the various maps of the battlefields of Bull Run. (ink on cloth) No scale. 16 x 26. (3 copies)
EL38
(Roll 40)
3 [Groveton]; (colored inks on cloth) Scale: 400 ft. to an inch. 84 x 43.
EL38
(Roll 40)
4 [Gainesville]; (black and red ink) No scale. 15 x 23.
EL38
(Roll 40)
5 Map of vicinity of Manassas, Va. made as a supplement to Gen. Warren’s map of Battle Ground of August 28, 29, 30, 1862, to connect it with the map of the Orange & Alexandria R.R. and with the survey made at Manassas in 1862 by W.L. Whiting; surveys made under direction of Bvt. Maj. Gen. G.K. Warren - by H.A. Bentley, January 1879. (black and red ink on cloth, includes profiles of wagon road and railroad) Scale: 400 ft. to an inch. 37 x 40.
EEL39
(Roll 41)
[Endorsed: “Materials used in maps made in January 1879 and of no further use unless new material is obtained to make a new map”] (9 work sheets, pencil and ink; used to compile Bull Run battlefield map)
EEL40
(Roll 42)
Progress sheet of part of map to illustrate the Gettysburg Campaign of 1863 by G.K. Warren then chief engineer at Headquarters of Army of Potomac (1869). (colored ink on cloth) Scale: 1 mile to an inch. 46 x 43. (2 copies)
Compass surveys to accompany Gettysburg field notes, 1869
EL41
(Roll 43)
1 Survey of Rock Creek; made under direction of 1st Lt. Wm. H. Chase by Lance Corporal Keane. (pencil) Scale: 200 ft. to an inch. 6 sheets
EL41
(Roll 43)
2 Marsh Creek; surveyed under direction of 1st Lt. William H. Chase by Lance Corporal Keane, May and June 1869. (pencil) Scale: 200 ft. to an inch. 4 sheets
EL42
(Roll 44)
Compass surveys of Willoughby’s Run to accompany Gettysburg field notes, 1869. (pencil) Scale: 200 ft. to an inch. 5 sheets
EL43
(Roll 45)
[Virginia, 1864, to show routes of the 2, 5, 6, 9, 18 Corps and Cavalry in Summer 1864 around Richmond; on Army of Potomac maps of different dates], (photographs [sic]) Scale: 1 inch to a mile. 6 sheets. 12 x 19.
EL44
(Roll 46)
[Engineers Office, J.F. Gilmer, Chief Engineer, Map of Stafford County by B.L. Blackford, Asst. Engr., August 1, 1863. (ink), (in poor condition) Scale: 1:40,000.

Endorsed: Region north of Rappahannock near Fredericksburg, Va. map captured from Rebels in 1863 GKW

EL45
(Roll 47)
Photograph [sic] Gettysburg Battlefield (shows Union and Rebel lines and defenses, has an endorsement signed by J.B. Bachelder concerning “Granit[e] Spur”)
EL46
(Roll 48)
1 [Rapidan River, from Morton’s Ford to Germana Ford, shows location of forces]; (colored inks) No scale. 10 x 26.
EL46
(Roll 48)
2 Endorsed: Country between Fredericksburg, Orange C.H. & Chilesburg. (red and black ink) No scale. 10 x 29 and 6 x 14 (2 sheets)
EL46
(Roll 48)
3 [Vicinity of Stafford, C.H.]; (red and black ink) No scale. 9 x 11.
EL46
(Roll 48)
4 [Vicinity west of Fredericksburg, copy of section of map captured from the enemy; furnished General G.K. Warren U.S. Engineers]. (photograph? [sic]) Scale: 2 inches equal 5 miles. 9 x 12
EL47
(Roll 49)
Map of the Mississippi River from the Falls of Saint Anthony to the junction of the Illinois River in twenty-six sheets; compiled from the maps prepared to accompany the reports of Bvt. Maj. Genl. G.K. Warren, U.S. Army - Drawn under the direction of Brevet Lieut. Col. F.U. Farquhar - by F.S. Eastman, draughtsman, 1878. Engineer Department U.S. Army; published by authority of the Hon. The Secretary of War. Scale: 1 inch to 1 mile. 16 x 26. (26 sheets)
EL48
(Roll 50)
Report on the transportation route along the Wisconsin and Fox rivers, in the state of Wisconsin, between the Mississippi River and Lake Michigan, by Gouverneur K. Warren - being Appendix T (part 2) of the Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1876. Maps and Diagrams.

Maps and diagrams in ten plates to accompany the final report of Bvt. Maj. Gen. G.K. Warren … on the transportation route along the Wisconsin River and Fox Rivers between the Mississippi River and Lake Michigan.

EL49
(Roll 51)
Map exhibiting the lines of march passed over by the troops of the United States during the year ending June 30, 1858; prepared by order of the Hon. J.B. Floyd, Sec. War. War Dept., Office Expl. & Survey, November 1858. Litho. by Siebert & Kogge. Scale: 1:12,000,000. 18 x 20. (13 copies)
EL50 Maps related to the Battle of Five Forks.
EL51 Miscellaneous or unidentified manuscript battlefield maps
EL52 Miscellaneous printed maps related to the Civil War.
EL53 1 Tracing map of the country picketed by 3d Cav. Div. (pencil on tracing paper) No scale. 13 x 14.
EL53 2 Reduction of a sketch of the Battle of Fredericksburg, Saturday December 13, 1862, right wing C.S.A. Lt. Genl. Jackson’s Corps by Jed Hotchkiss. (pencil on tracing paper) Scale: 1 inch equals 1 mile. 10 x 7.
EL53 3 Sketch of the Battle of Fredericksburg Va., December 13, 1862. Right Wing C.S.A. Lt. Gnl. Jackson’s Corps by Jed Hotchkiss. (pencil on tracing paper) Scale: circa. 1 inch equals 2/3 mile. 15 x 10.
EL53 4 Sketch of the Battle of Fredericksburg, Saturday, December 13, 1862. Right Wing C.S.A. Lt. Genl. Jackson’s Corps by Jed Hotchkiss; reduced by A.M.C. Cafferty, February 9-10, 1863. (ink on tracing) Scale: 1 inch equals 1 mile. 10 x 8.
EL53 5 [Map showing location of troops near Fredericksburg [?] in great detail] (by) Lieut. Bowen. (black ink on tracing paper) No scale. 10 x 17.
EL53 6 Camps of Twelfth Corps [vicinity of Stafford C.H., Hope Landing, Acquia Landing], Recd. Engr. Dept. April 13, 1863. No scale. 8 x 10.
EL53 7 [Browns Island, Fredericksburg, location of several battalions along the shore] (pencil on tracing paper) No scale. 8 x 17.
EL53 8 Camp of Penningtons Horse Battery [vicinity of Falmouth], (brown ink) No scale. 9 x 7.
EL53 9 Outline of pickets of 3d Corps. F.T. Townsend. [vicinity of Falmouth]; (red and black ink on cloth) No scale. 10 x 8
EL53 10 Disposition of 8th Illinois Cavalry on picket & 3d Inda. Cav. - King George Co., Va. February 3, 1863; W. Gamble Col. 8th Ill. Cav. Not correct as to scale or distance. (red and black ink on cloth) No scale. 9 x 13.
EL53 11 Positions of Humphrey’s Division Battle of Fredericksburg, December 13-16, 1862; photographed for Bureau Topogl. Engineers by L.E. Walker, Treas. Dept.; drawn by J.J. Young. Scale: 1 inch equals 300 yards. 15 x 19.
EL53 12 Sketch of the Battle of Fredericksburg Saturday December 13, 1862 Right Wing C.S.A. Lt. Gl. Jackson’s Corps by Jed Hotchkiss, T.E. 2nd Corps A.N. Va. (photograph [sic]) No scale. 16 x 11.
EL53 13 Map of a part of the Rappahannock River above Fredericksburg and the Rapid Ann River and the adjacent country, compiled under the direction of Col. J.N. Macomb … by Capt. W.H. Paine, December 1862. Autographic transfer printed at the Coast Survey Office. Scale: 1 inch to the mile. 30 x 42 folded to 15 x 21
EL53 14 Sketch showing position of Brig. Genl. Birney’s picket line February 10, 1863; surveyed and drawn by order of Gen. Birney by J.C. Briscoe. [vicinity of Falmouth]; (pencil) Scale: 2 inches to 1 mile. 12 x 14.
EL53 15 Position of the 1st Army Corps, 1863. (ink) No scale. 12 x 16.
Maps of Nebraska, 1850s (from old Box 5, Folder 17)
EL54 1 Map of Nebraska from explorations of Lt. G.K. Warren Topl. Engrs. in 1855, 56 & 57, and other authorities; geology by F.V. Hayden, M.D. Scale: circa. 100 miles to an inch. 11 x 10.
EL54 2 Map exhibiting the lines of march passed over by the troops of the United States during the year ending June 30 - November 1858. Scale: 1:12,000,000. 19 x 21. (2 copies)
EL54 3 Geological section from the southern extremity of the Guadalupe Mountains east to the Artesian Well accompanying a letter dated April 1, 1858 from Capt. John Pope. Sen. Ex. Doc. No. 1 - Ho. Ex. Doc. No. 2-2d Sess. 35th Cong.
EL54 4 Map of Nebraska from explorations of Lt. G.K. Warren Top. Engrs. in 1855-57 and other authorities; S.H. Hutton & J.H. Snowden Asst.  Topl. Engrs. Heavy dotted lines show routes probably practicable. Scale: circa. 100 miles to an inch. 11 x 10.
EL54 5 [No title]; (north of 36° showing the different military department) Scale: circa. 40 miles to an inch
Manuscript Sketch Maps of West (from old Box 5, Folder 18)

Originals in Vault; photostats in map cabinet

EL55 1 Map showing country from the Little Missouri to the Platte River, 1857, “Mr. Bordeaux’s Map,” Wheat, #907
EL55 2 Map showing the Missouri River and tributaries on the West from the L’Eauqui [sic] Court to the Powder River, 1857, “Desomet’s Map,” Wheat, # 912
EL55 3 Map showing country from the Missouri River south to the Wind River Mountains and from the Yellowstone to the L’Eau Qui [sic] Court River, 1857, “J. Jewett’s Map,” Wheat # 924
EL55 4 Map showing the Shyenne [sic] [Shayen?] River and its tributaries, 1857, “Pino’s Map, 1857,” Wheat # 932
EL55 5 Map showing trail between Fort Alexander on the Yellowstone River from the North Fork of the Shyenne and back to the Red Buttes on the Platte River, 1857, “Sketch from Mr. Alex Culbertson,” Wheat # 911
EL55 6 Map showing the Yellowstone, Green, Sweetwater and Lewis Fork (Snake) Region, 1857, “Baker’s Map,” Wheat # 904
EL55 7 Map showing White River and its tributaries on the north, “Notes on the White R. from Colin Campbell and Joe Merrivale,” Wheat # 909
EL55 8 Map showing country along Shayen [sic] and White Rivers, 1857, “Sketches from Dr. F.V. Hayden,” not in Wheat
EL55 9 Map drawn by Warren of country along the Missouri River from the Platte to the Milk River, “Gen’l Warren’s Map,” n.d., not in Wheat
EL55 10 Map drawn by Warren of country along the Missouri River from approximately 100 miles south of the Vermillion River to 30 miles north of the Bow River - forms border between Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota, n.d., not in Wheat
Pacific Railroad Maps (from old Box 5, Folders 19, 20 and 21)
EEL56 1 Profiles of routes proposed for a Pacific railroad, 1855. Profiles 1-4
EEL56 2 (Same) Profiles 5-8, and profiles of railroads constructed across the Alleghany [sic] Mountains
EEL56 3a & 3b Map of routes for a Pacific railroad compiled to accompany the report of the Hon. Jefferson Davis, 1855. Revised January 1857
EEL56 4 Map and profile No. 1 from the Red River to the Rio Grande, 1854-6
EEL56 5a & 5b General map of explorations and surveys in California, 1853 (2 sheets)
EEL56 6 General profile from Fort Smith, Arkansas, to Martinez. Near San Francisco, California, 1853-4
EEL56 7 Profiles of passes in the Sierra Nevada, 1853. (2 sheets)
EEL56 8 Map and profile of the Canada de las Uvas, 1853
EEL56 9 Map and profile of the Tejon Pass, 1853
EEL56 10a & 10b Profiles … No. 1 route near the 41st parallel, No. 2 route near the 38th & 39th parallels, 1855 (2 sheets)
EEL56 11 Map No. 1 from the western boundary of Missouri to the mouth of Trap Creek, 1855
EL57 12 Map No. 2 from the mouth of Trap Creek to the Santa Fe Crossing, 1855
EL57 13 Map No. 1 from the valley of Green River to the Great Salt Lake, 1855
EL57 14 Map No. 2 from Great Salt Lake to the Humboldt Mountains, 1855
EL57 15 Map of the territory of the United States from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean, 1854-7
EL57 16 Map No. 3 from the Humboldt Mountains to the Mud Lakes, 1855
EL57 17 Map No. 3 from the Santa Fe crossing to the Coo-Che-Ta-Pa Pass, 1855
EL57 17a Map No. 4 from Coo-Che-Ta-Pa Pass to the Wahsatch Mountains, 1855
EL57 18 Map No. 4 from the valley of the Mud Lakes to the Pacific Ocean, 1855
EL57 19 Map of passes in the Sierra Nevada from Walker’s Pass to the Coast Range, 1853
EL57 20 Map No. 2 from the Rio Grande to the Pacific Ocean, 1853-4 (2 sheets)
EL57 21 Routes in Oregon and California. Profile Sheet No. 1 from Benica to Fort Reading and from Fort Reading to Vancouver, 1855
EL57 22 Routes in Oregon and California. Profile Sheet No. 2 from the head of Des Chutes Valley to Vancouver and from Vancouver to Fort Reading, 1855
EL58 23 Map No. 1 from San Francisco Bay to the Northern Boundary of California, 1855
EL58 24 Map No. 2 from the Northern Boundary of California to the Columbia River, 1855
EL58 25 Profiles from San Francisco Bay to Los Angeles, Cal. and from the Pimas Villages to Fort Fillmore, 1854-55
EL58 26 Map No. 2 from the Pimas Villages to Fort Fillmore, 1854-55
EL58 27 Map No. 1 from San Francisco Bay to the Plains of Los Angeles, 1854-55
EL58 28 Profiles Routes near the 47th and 49th parallels
EL58 29 Map No. 3 Rocky Mountains to Puget Sound, 1853-4
EL58 30 Map No. 2 Riviere des Lacs to the Rocky Mountains, 1853-4
EL58 31 Map No. 1 St. Paul to Riviere des Lacs, 1853-4
EL58 32 Profiles of the main routes surveyed, compiled in 1855. 1856

Civil War Maps in Bound Letterbooks (Boxes 20-23)

This table is a guide to maps in the letterbooks for the Civil War years.
Dates in brackets [ ] will help locate maps in each letterbook.
Measurements are in inches; for example, 6 x 6 = 6" x 6".

Civil War Maps in Bound Letterbooks
Volume Map Contents
1 1 Notes on plan of attack upon Little Bethel & Big Bethel, June 9, 1861. (Pencil sketch on reverse of report) No scale. 6 x 6 [June 12, 1861]
1 2 [Chart, Pocosin Neck, Pocosin Flats, York Channel, York River] (black ink on cloth) Scale: 1 mile to one inch. 17 x 18 [April 26, 1862]
1 3 Reconnaissance of the position of the Rebels extending from Yorktown to the mouth of Warwick Riv. Maj. A.A. Humphreys, Chief Topographical Engr. of the Army of the Potomac, April 1862; compiled, drawn by G.K. Warren. (red, black, blue inks, pencil) Scale: 1:60,000. 10 x 13 [April 26, 1862]
1 4 [R.F. & Potomac R.R. and Virginia Central R.R., area south of Hanover Station] (pencil) No scale. 8 x 5 [May 29, 1862]
1 5 [Hanover Court House and east] (pencil sketch) No scale. 10 x 16 [May 29, 1862]
1 6 [Malvern Hill] “July 1, G.K. Warren.” (pencil, showing location of troops) No scale. 10 x 8 [July 1, 1862]
1 7 [Stafford Court House to Falmouth] “This map was made by me on picket duty preceding Burnside’s last movement in January 1863 … G.K. Warren.” (black, red, green inks, pencil) No scale. 11 x 11 (Near end of volume, with clippings)
1 8 Map of a part of eastern Virginia including portions of Spotsylvania Co. and adjoining counties; compiled under direction of Col. J.N. Macomb - by Capt. W.H. Paine, A.D.C. November 1862. Autographic transfer printed at the Coast Survey Office. Scale: 1 mile to the inch. 34 x 27 (inside back cover)
2 9 [Stafford Court House; sketch to outline area being mapped by topographers of the 11th Corps] (brown and red ink) February 17, 1863. No scale. 8 x 6 [February 17, 1863]
2 10 Map showing review of the 2d, 3d, 5th, & 6th Corps by the President, April 8, 1863 (black ink and pencil on ruled graph paper) Scale: 3 inches to the mile. 6 x 8 [April 1, 1863]
3 11 [Fredericksburg and vicinity] (lithograph, endorsed) Map of surveys made and compiled under Brig. Genl. G.K. Warren - up to time of Battle of Chancellorsville (see p. 32 of report for explanation of marks) Scale: 1:62,500[?]. 18 x 38 (end of report which is first item in this volume)
3 12 [Franklin’s Crossing on Rappahannock] Reconnaissance by Sergt. Myers June 7, 1863; (black ink on cloth; description in letter:) I transmit herewith a sketch of the position now occupied by the troops of the 6th Corps south of the Rappahannock - G.K. Warren. Scale: 4 inches to the mile. 10 x 8 [June 9, 1863]
3 13 [Morrisville, Dumfries, Manassas Station] (litho sheets pasted together, endorsed) “This map shows the surveys ordered by me right after the battle of Chancellorsville to enable us to move with the best advantage towards Centreville if the enemy moved northward. G.K. Warren.” Scale: 1:62,500. 25 x 42 [June 10, 1863]
3 14 Report on rifle pits & earthworks thrown up at Rappahannock Station and Beverly Ford, June 12, 1863 [by] W.A. Roebling. (black and red ink) No scale. 5 x 8 [June 22, 1863]
3 15 Line of Difficult Run from Little River Pike to Hunters Mill [by W.A.] Roebling. (brown and red ink) No scale. 5 x 8 [June 22, 1863]
4 16 Lloyd’s official map of the state of Virginia from actual surveys by order of the executive 1828 & 1859; corrected and revised by J.T. Lloyd to 1862 from surveys made by Capt. W. Angelo Powell of the U.S. Topographical Engineers of Gen. Rosencrans Staff. (n.d.) No scale. 14 x 18 (only portion of map) (inside front cover) Files w/Extra-Large maps – Folder EL59
5 17 Map of a part of the Rappahannock River above Fredericksburg and of the Rapid Ann River & the adjacent country; compiled under the direction of Col. J.N. Macomb - by Capt. W.H. Paine, A.D.C., December 1862. Autographic transfer, printed in the Coast Survey Office. Scale: 1 inch to the mile. (inside front cover)
5 18 Map showing position of the enemy opposed to 2d Corps and Gregg’s Cavalry on the morning of October 14 at Auburn. (red and black ink) Scale: 2 inches to the mile. 11 x 12 (with maps at end)
5 19 Map of Battle-Field at Bristoe fought by 2d Army Corps commanded by Maj. Genl. G.K. Warren, October 14, 1863; surveyed and drawn September 3, 1863(?) by Sergt. E.B. Cope. (black, red, blue inks) Scale: six inches to one mile. 19 x 24 (with maps at end)
5 20 [Warrenton to Brentsville] (litho; endorsed) “This map shows the extent of the published information of the country between Cedar Run and Brooke Run on October 14. G.K. Warren.” No scale. 14 x 20 (with maps at end)
5 21 Map to show lines of march of Second Army Corps and the enemy October 14, 1863; made from reconnaissances after the movement, G.K. Warren. (Litho, Warrenton to Brentsville) Scale: 1:62,500. 19 x 19 (with maps at end)
5 22 Auburn, Virginia, October 14, 1863. (pencil sketch showing troop locations) No scale. 10 x 14 (with maps at end)
5 23 Sketch of the Battle of Bristoe, Wednesday, October 14, 1863; prepared by order of Lt. Col. Wm. Proctor Smith, Chief Engineer, A.N.V., Topl. Office A.N. Va.; copied by J. Paul Hoffman (black, red, blue inks on tracing paper) Scale: 1:40,000. 10 x 8 (back of volume)
6 24 [Robertson’s Tavern, corrections in pencil of topography] (litho and tracing) Scale: 1:62,500. 22 x 20 [November 18, 1863]
6 25 [Robertson’s Tavern] (litho; endorsed) Map with which the army [made] the march to Mine Run, November 1863. G.K. Warren. Scale: 1:62,500. 12 x 8 [December 3, 1863]
7 26 Sketch of Morton’s Ford to accompany report of Maj. Genl. Warren, commanding 2nd Army Corps February 6. 1864; prepared by Lt. Roebling, A.D.S. (red and black ink on cloth) Scale: 2½ inches to the mile. 7 x 10 [February 6, 1864]
7 27 Brandy Station, plan of ground for proposed review of the Army of the Potomac by Genl. Grant. (red and black ink on graph paper) Scale: 2 inches to the mile. 10 x 8 [March 23, 1864]
8 28 [North Anna (river) near Quarrell’s Mill showing line of battle of 5th Corps], n.d. (colored inks on cloth) surveyed by Capt. E.B. Cope, A.D.C. Scale: 4 inches to the mile. 16 x 18 (near beginning of vol. approx. May 21)
8 29 [Position of 15th, 6, & 4th N.Y. at 9 P.M. May 21, 1864] (pencil sketch) No scale. 2 x 4 [May 21, 1864]
8 30 [Telegraph Road from Guinea Bridge to North Anna River, showing troop locations] (pencil sketch) surveyed by E.B. Cope May 22 & 23, 1864. Scale: 1 inch to 1 mile. 21 x 7 [May 22, 1864]
8 31 Plotting made by Maj. Roebling to get the direction from these [?] batteries to our front line to enfilade the enemy. May 25. (pencil sketch) Scale: 1 mile equals 10 inches. 7 x 5 [May 25, 1:30 PM]
8 32 [North Anna, showing troop positions] (pencil sketch on tracing paper) No scale. 7 x 6 [May 26, 1864]
8 33 [North Anna, directions for route for Genl. Griffin] (ink sketch) No scale. 5 x 5 [May 26, 1864]
9 34 [Vicinity, Richmond, Hanover, showing troops south of Tolopotomy Creek], other pencil notes (part litho, part photograph [sic]; endorsed) Map by which actual operations were conducted, G.K. Warren. Scale: 1 mile to an inch. 20 x 34 (inside front cover)
9 35 [Hanover Court House; vicinity Tolopotomy Creek and Pamunkey River] (pencil sketch on tracing paper) No scale. 8 x 7 [May 29, 1864]
9 36 [Bethesda Church] (2 small pencil sketches on tracing paper) Scale: 1 inch to 1 mile. 8 x 5 [May 30, 11:30 PM)]
9 37 [Bethesda Church] Sketch by Captain Cope, A.D.C. June 2, 1864, GKW. (pencil on tracing paper) No scale. 6 x 4 [June 2, 1864]
10 38 [Bethesda Church] (pencil sketch on tracing paper which accompanied June 4 9:30 PM dispatch to Humphreys to show line of 5th Corps) No scale. 9 x 8 [June 4, 9:30 PM]
10 39 [Bethesda Church, region between Pamunkey and Chickahominy Rivers] compiled by Capt. E.B. Cope, A.D.C.; drawn by C.W. Reed. (black and red ink on cloth), shows location of troops) Scale: 2 inches to 1 mile. 24 x 24 (end of volume)
11 40 [Chickahominy, White Oak Swamp] (topographic) Surveyed by Maj. W.A. Roebling A.D.C., Capt. E.B. Cope A.D.C. June 1864; drawn by C.W. Reed. (black ink on cloth) Scale: 1 inch to a mile. 10 x 8 [June 14, 1864]
11 41 [Chickahominy to James River] (photograph with pencil corrections) No scale. 18 x 34 (inside front cover)
12 42 [Petersburg] (pencil sketch to illustrate a proposed plan of operations to complete the destruction of the roads approaching Petersburg) No scale. 5 x 7 [June 23, 2 PM]
13 43 [Petersburg] (pen and ink sketch showing operations on July 13, 1864) No scale. 7 x 7 [July 13, 6:40 AM]
13 44 [Petersburg] Genl. Ferrero’s picket line July 16. (black ink sketch) No scale. 7 x 12 [July 16 11 AM]
15 45 [Petersburg] Position of 5th Corps holding left flank on Jerusalem plank road GKW. (black, colored pencils on tracing paper) Scale: 2 inches to 1 mile. 11 x 10 [August 12 9 PM]
16 46 [Petersburg; south of Bunker Hill] (black, red, blue ink on cloth) Scale: 1 inch per mile. 17 x 15 (inside front cover)
16 47 [Petersburg; location of troops August 19] (pencil sketch) No scale. 6 x 5 [August 19 12 PM]
16 48 [Petersburg]; sketch with dispatch 9 PM August 21, Warren to Ayres to show disposition of troops (pencil) No scale. 4 x 2 [August 21 9 PM]
18 49 [Weldon R.R., Globe Tavern]; report of reconnaissance by Roebling towards Boydtown plank road (pencil on tracing paper) Scale: 1 inch to 1 mile. 5 x 7 [September 15, 1864]
19 50 [Weldon R.R.] Map showing condition of Union and Rebel lines morning of September 30, 1864; surveyed by Capt. E.B. Cope A.D.C.; drawn by W.B. Hammond. (color inks on cloth) Scale: 4 inches a mile. 16 x 16 (inside front cover)
20 51 [Weldon R.R.] Map showing condition of Union lines October 27, 1864; surveyed by E.B. Cope, Capt. A.D.C.; drawn by C.W. Reed. (colored inks on cloth) Scale: 4 inches to a mile. 15 x 19 (inside front cover)
20 52 [Hatcher’s Run] Map showing operations of Fifth Corps on October 27, 1864 from reconnaissances by Capt. E.B. Cope. (black ink and pencil) Scale: 4 inches a mile. 15 x 19 (inside back cover)
21 53 [Richmond to Halifax] (engraved, endorsed) “Map with which we set out on expedition to Hicksford; G.K. Warren.” Scale: 5 miles to an inch. 18 x 8 [December 6, 1864]
21 54 [Petersburg to Hicksford] survey of road (black ink) Scale: 1 mile to 1 inch. 30 x 19 (inside back cover)
22 55 [Weldon R.R.] Camp made by 5th Corps in December 1864. (red and black ink, pencil on tracing paper). Scale: 2 inches equals 1 mile. 8 x 12 (inside front cover)
22 56 [Hatcher’s Run] Map showing the country as it was February 5, 1865. (pencil) Scale: 2 inches to a mile. 8 x 18 (at end of report for February 15)
57 Map of Hatcher’s Run and vicinity showing operations of the Fifth Corps February 5-8, 1865. (black and blue ink on cloth) Scale: 2 inches to a mile. 13 x 16 (same)
23 58 [Richmond, Petersburg] (printed map) No scale. 8 x 5 [February 22, 1865]
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