|Title:||[Environs of Vicksburg, Mississippi, 1863]. |
|Author:||U.S. Coast Survey, A.D. Bache, supdt. United States Coast Survey. Fendall C. & Strausz A. |
|Features:||One sheet containing four maps:
(1) Haines Bluff, Miss showing the position of attacking gunboats, April 30-may 1, 1863. (2) Yazoo River defenses at Walnut Hills near Vicksburg, Miss. occupied by the U.S. navel forces, May 20, 1863. (3) Vicksburg and Vicinity. (4) Survey of a canal connecting Walnut Bayou with the Mississippi River. |
|Comments:||General Note: Civil War map. |
Title Note: Titles are: Yazoo River defenses at Walnut Hills, near Vicksburg, Miss. : occupied by the U.S. Naval Forces, May 20, 1863 / surveyed for Rear Admiral D.D. Porter, commanding Mississippi flotilla, by sub. asst., C. Fendall -- Haines Bluff, Miss. : showing the positions of the attacking gunboats, April 30th, May 1st, 1863 / sketched by C. Fendall ... under direction of Rear Admiral D.D. Porter -- Vicksburg and vicinity / surveyed by C. Fendall & A. Strausz, under the direction of Real Admiral D.C. Porter -- Survey of a canal connecting Walnut Bayou with the Mississippi River : dug by the U.S. Forces under Genl. Grant in April 1863 / surveyed by C. Fendall & A. Strausz.
Repository Note: From the Joseph R. Hawley papers in LC Manuscript Division.
|Repository:||Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division|
|Publisher:||[Washington, D.C.] U.S. Coast Survey|
|Size (inches):||31 X 19|