- Lloyd, J.TView Full Item in Tennessee State Library & Archives
Map depicting major features, especially railroads, present in Tennessee during the Civil War. A large detailed section of Kentucky occupies the top part of the map, and the states surrounding Tenness…
Map of the Approaches and Defences of Knoxville Showing the Positions Occupied by the United States and Confederate Forces During the Siege Knoxville…Rockwell, Cleveland and R. H. TalcottView Full Item in Library of Congress
Additional text: "surveyed by direction of Capt. O. M. Poe, Chief Engr Dept of the Ohio, during Dec. Jan. and Feb. 1863-4."
Chattanooga and Its Approaches Map of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Its Appro(a)ches Showing the Union and Rebel Works before and during the Battles of…Dorr, F.WView Full Item in Chattanooga History Center
Map showing the city of Chattanooga and a section of the Tennessee River,as well as some of the topography, including Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge.
- Sayers, Edward BView Full Item in Vanderbilt University Libraries
Drawn in ink on oilcloth, which had been folded into pocket size at one time.
Panorama of the Seat of War. Bird’s Eye View of Kentucky and Tennessee Showing Cairo and Part of the Southern StatesView Full Item in Vanderbilt University Libraries
Color birds eye view of landscape cut through with rivers. Includes tables showing distance from Cairo to several locations. Also shows forts and cities.
- Hogane, J. TView Full Item in Tennessee State Library & Archives
Hand-drawn color map of the military prison at Johnson's Island in the bay of Sandusky, Ohio, where captured Confederate officers were held. Prison buildings and grounds are labeled. Drawn by Capt. J…
Sketch Showing Positions of Fort Henry and Fort Donelson, with the Roads Connecting the two Places Fort Henry and Fort Donelson, sketch mapLambecker, CharlesView Full Item in Library of Congress
This map, drawn in black ink, with the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers in blue, shows telegraph lines between Forts Henry and Donelson in red, the names of some landowners, directions toward cities. I…