Chancellorsville - 1867 
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Antique Military Maps and Views Civil War
Antique hand-colored Civil War battle map published by the US War Department. Shown on this map is the area in Virginia near Chancellorsville where the Battle of Chancellorsville took place. Very detailed and includes homesteads, mills, farms, and churches, as well as Chancellorsville. Chancellorsville is known as Lee's "perfect battle" because his risky decision to divide his army in the presence of a much larger enemy force resulted in a significant Confederate victory. The victory, a product of Lee's audacity and Hooker's timid decision-making, was tempered by heavy casualties, including Lt. Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson. This map is dated 1867 and possibly by Bien, although the lithographer is not specifically noted. Very good restored condition. This map has been archivally cleaned, deacidified, and rebacked. Measures approx. 19.75 x 34 inches to the neatline. **NOTE- because this map requires extra insurance for shipping, an additional charge will appear on your card after your original purchase. If you would like to know what that charge will be, please contact us.**
Antique Civil War Battle Map
CIV032
Antique
Maker: Bien / US War Dept
$250.00



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