Maps pertaining to Richmond, VA and vicinity during the American Civil War


1867 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Map of Richmond, made under the direction of Maj. Nathaniel Micheler and Capt. Peter S. Michie (National Archives, Record Group 77, Map G 204, #55 & 57)

Map of Richmond from the Official Records Atlas, Plate LXXXIX, #2. Prepared in 1864 by A. D. Bache for the U. S. Coast Survey.

Map of Richmond and vicinity, from the Official Records Atlas, Plate LXXVII, #1. Prepared by MG Nathaniel Micheler (USA), 1867.

Map of the defenses of Richmond & Petersburg, from the Official Records Atlas, Plate C, #2. Prepared by Nathaniel Micheler, 1865.

Vicinity of Richmond map, from the Official Records Atlas, Plate XCII, #1. Prepared by Capt. A. H. Campbell (CSA).

Richmond Civil War Centennial Committee Map of Richmond.

"Draft of Richmond & James River - Taken by a Paroled Prisoner." (National Archives, Record Group 77, Map G 156)

Map of Richmond from Harpers Weekly, August 9, 1862 entitled: "The City of Richmond, Virginia - Drawn by a Refugee just Escaped from Secessia."

Map of the vicinity of Richmond by a Confederate Topographical Engineer showing the positions of the battery defenses around the city.

Map of the vicinity of Richmond showing the positions of the battery defenses around the city.

Map of Richmond, showing the known locations of the wartime hospitals.

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