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Map Illustrating The First Epoch of the Atlanta Campaign Embracing the region from the Tennessee River to the Oostanaula River, showing the positions held and lines of works erected by the enemy, also the lines of works erected by the United States forces, the lines of march traversed by them, and their relative location in line of battle when attacking the enemy

Map Illustrating The First Epoch of the Atlanta Campaign Embracing the region from the Tennessee River to the Oostanaula River, showing the positions held and lines of works erected by the enemy, also the lines of works erected by the United States forces, the lines of march traversed by them, and their relative location in line of battle when attacking the enemy

Battlefields in front of Nashville where the United States forces commanded by Major General Geo. H. Thomas defeated and routed the Rebel army under General Hood, December 15th & 16th, 1864

Battlefields in front of Nashville where the United States forces commanded by Major General Geo. H. Thomas defeated and routed the Rebel army under General Hood, December 15th & 16th, 1864

Map showing the system of Confederate fortifications on the Mississippi River at Island no. 10 and New Madrid, also the operations of the United States forces under General John Pope against these positions

Map showing the system of Confederate fortifications on the Mississippi River at Island no. 10 and New Madrid, also the operations of the United States forces under General John Pope against these positions

Map showing the system of Confederate fortifications on the Mississippi River at Island No. 10 and New Madrid, also the operations of the United States forces under General John Pope, against these positions /

Map showing the system of Confederate fortifications on the Mississippi River at Island No. 10 and New Madrid, also the operations of the United States forces under General John Pope, against these positions /

Sheet No. 1. Map of the Battle Field of Chickamauga, September 19th, 1863, Between the United States Forces commanded by Maj. Gen. W. S. Rosecrans and the Confederate Army under Gen. Braxton Bragg. Compiled under the direction of Col. W. E. Merrill, Chief Engr., Dept. of the Cumberland, by Edward Ruger...Published by authority of the Hon. Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army.

Sheet No. 1. Map of the Battle Field of Chickamauga, September 19th, 1863, Between the United States Forces commanded by Maj. Gen. W. S. Rosecrans and the Confederate Army under Gen. Braxton Bragg. Compiled under the direction of Col. W. E. Merrill, Chief Engr., Dept. of the Cumberland, by Edward Ruger...Published by authority of the Hon. Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army.

Battlefields in front of Nashville where the United States forces commanded by Major General Geo. H. Thomas defeated and routed the Rebel army under General Hood, December 15th & 16th 1864 /

Battlefields in front of Nashville where the United States forces commanded by Major General Geo. H. Thomas defeated and routed the Rebel army under General Hood, December 15th & 16th 1864 /

Battlefields in front of Nashville where the United States forces commanded by Major General Geo. H. Thomas defeated and routed the Rebel army under General Hood, December 15th & 16th, 1864 /

Battlefields in front of Nashville where the United States forces commanded by Major General Geo. H. Thomas defeated and routed the Rebel army under General Hood, December 15th & 16th, 1864 /

Battlefields in front of Nashville where the United States forces commanded by Major General Geo. H. Thomas defeated and routed the Rebel army under General Hood, December 15th & 16th 1864 /

Battlefields in front of Nashville where the United States forces commanded by Major General Geo. H. Thomas defeated and routed the Rebel army under General Hood, December 15th & 16th 1864 /

Battlefield in front of Franklin, Tennessee, where the United States Forces commanded by Major General J. M. Schofield severely repulsed the Rebel Army under General J. B. Hood, November 30th, 1864. Compiled under the Direction of Col. W. E. Merrill, Chief Engr., D. Cd., by Edward Ruger, Supt., Topl. Engr. Office, Milty. Divn. Tenn....Surveys made by Major James R. Willett, 1st U.S.V.V. Engrs., and Major I. J. S. Remington, 74st Illinois V. V. Infy.

Battlefield in front of Franklin, Tennessee, where the United States Forces commanded by Major General J. M. Schofield severely repulsed the Rebel Army under General J. B. Hood, November 30th, 1864. Compiled under the Direction of Col. W. E. Merrill, Chief Engr., D. Cd., by Edward Ruger, Supt., Topl. Engr. Office, Milty. Divn. Tenn....Surveys made by Major James R. Willett, 1st U.S.V.V. Engrs., and Major I. J. S. Remington, 74st Illinois V. V. Infy.

Military map showing the marches of the United States forces under command of Maj. Genl. W. T. Sherman, U.S.A., during the years 1863, 1864, 1865.

Military map showing the marches of the United States forces under command of Maj. Genl. W. T. Sherman, U.S.A., during the years 1863, 1864, 1865.

Military map showing the marches of the United States forces under command of Maj. Genl. W. T. Sherman, U.S.A., during the years 1863, 1864, 1865.

Military map showing the marches of the United States forces under command of Maj. Genl. W. T. Sherman, U.S.A., during the years 1863, 1864, 1865.

Map illustrating the Battle of Bentonsville, N.C., fought March 19th, 1865, between the United States Forces Commanded by Maj. Gen. H. W. Slocum and the Rebel Forces Commanded by Gen. Jos. E. Johnston, and the operations of March 20th & 21st under direction of Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman resulting in the retreat of the rebels. Compiled under direction of O. M. Poe, Br. [Bvt.] Col., U.S.A., by Major E. [F.] Hoffmann.

Map illustrating the Battle of Bentonsville, N.C., fought March 19th, 1865, between the United States Forces Commanded by Maj. Gen. H. W. Slocum and the Rebel Forces Commanded by Gen. Jos. E. Johnston, and the operations of March 20th & 21st under direction of Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman resulting in the retreat of the rebels. Compiled under direction of O. M. Poe, Br. [Bvt.] Col., U.S.A., by Major E. [F.] Hoffmann.

Battlefield in front of Franklin, Tenn. where the United States Forces, consisting of the 4th. & 23d. Corps and the Cavalry Corps M.D.M., all under the command of Maj. Gen'l J.M. Schofield, severely repulsed the Confederate Army, commanded by Lt. Gen'l Hood, November 30th, 1864 : published by authority of the Ho. Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1874 /

Battlefield in front of Franklin, Tenn. where the United States Forces, consisting of the 4th. & 23d. Corps and the Cavalry Corps M.D.M., all under the command of Maj. Gen'l J.M. Schofield, severely repulsed the Confederate Army, commanded by Lt. Gen'l Hood, November 30th, 1864 : published by authority of the Ho. Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1874 /

Battlefield in front of Franklin, Tenn. where the United States Forces, consisting of the 4th. & 23d. Corps and the Cavalry Corps M.D.M., all under the command of Maj. Gen'l J.M. Schofield, severely repulsed the Confederate Army, commanded by Lt. Gen'l Hood, November 30th, 1864 : published by authority of the Ho. Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1874 /

Battlefield in front of Franklin, Tenn. where the United States Forces, consisting of the 4th. & 23d. Corps and the Cavalry Corps M.D.M., all under the command of Maj. Gen'l J.M. Schofield, severely repulsed the Confederate Army, commanded by Lt. Gen'l Hood, November 30th, 1864 : published by authority of the Ho. Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1874 /

Battlefield in front of Franklin, Tenn. where the United States forces, consisting of the 4th & 23rd Corps and the Cavalry Corps M.D.M., all under the command of Maj. Gen'l. J. M. Schofield, severely repulsed the Confederate army, commanded by Lt. Gen'l Hood, November 30th 1864

Battlefield in front of Franklin, Tenn. where the United States forces, consisting of the 4th & 23rd Corps and the Cavalry Corps M.D.M., all under the command of Maj. Gen'l. J. M. Schofield, severely repulsed the Confederate army, commanded by Lt. Gen'l Hood, November 30th 1864

Map of the battle field of Carnifex Ferry, Gauley River, West Va., Sept. 10th 1861 : United States forces commanded by Brig. Gen. W.S. Rosecrans.

Map of the battle field of Carnifex Ferry, Gauley River, West Va., Sept. 10th 1861 : United States forces commanded by Brig. Gen. W.S. Rosecrans.

Map of the battle field of Carnifex Ferry, Gauley River, West Va., Sept. 10th 1861. United States forces commanded by Brig. Gen. W. S. Rosecrans

Map of the battle field of Carnifex Ferry, Gauley River, West Va., Sept. 10th 1861. United States forces commanded by Brig. Gen. W. S. Rosecrans

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - The American soldier passing through Glasgow finds a true Red Cross welcome at the American Red Cross "Club for United States forces," 54 Bothwell Street

American Red Cross - Headquarters & Buildings - The American soldier passing through Glasgow finds a true Red Cross welcome at the American Red Cross "Club for United States forces," 54 Bothwell Street

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - American soldiers and sailors who touch European soil first of all at Glasgow, Scotland, find a bit of home awaiting them in the American Red Cross Club for United States forces at 54 Bothwell Street

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - American soldiers and sailors who touch European soil first of all at Glasgow, Scotland, find a bit of home awaiting them in the American Red Cross Club for United States forces at 54 Bothwell Street

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - Glasgow welcomes the American Soldier: Interior of the American Red Cross Club-room for the United States Forces. The hostesses are American women living in Glasgow, members of the American Red Cross Care Committee

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - Glasgow welcomes the American Soldier: Interior of the American Red Cross Club-room for the United States Forces. The hostesses are American women living in Glasgow, members of the American Red Cross Care Committee

Map illustrating the first epoch of the Atlanta Campaign : embracing the region from the Tennessee River to the Oostanaula River, showing the positions held and lines of works erected by the enemy, also the lines of works erected by the United States forces, the lines of march traversed by them and their relative location in line of battle when attacking the enemy, commanding United States forces, Major-General W. T. Sherman, commanding rebel forces, Lieut. General J. E. Johnston /

Map illustrating the first epoch of the Atlanta Campaign : embracing the region from the Tennessee River to the Oostanaula River, showing the positions held and lines of works erected by the enemy, also the lines of works erected by the United States forces, the lines of march traversed by them and their relative location in line of battle when attacking the enemy, commanding United States forces, Major-General W. T. Sherman, commanding rebel forces, Lieut. General J. E. Johnston /

Lieutenant General Charles L. Donnelly, Commander of United States forces in Japan and the 5th Air Force, arrives at the change of command ceremony for Fleet Air, Western Pacific (COMFAIRWESTPAC). Commodore Willis I. Lewis Jr. assumes command of COMFAIRWESTPAC from Rear Admiral James W. Austin

Lieutenant General Charles L. Donnelly, Commander of United States forces in Japan and the 5th Air Force, arrives at the change of command ceremony for Fleet Air, Western Pacific (COMFAIRWESTPAC). Commodore Willis I. Lewis Jr. assumes command of COMFAIRWESTPAC from Rear Admiral James W. Austin

TSGT John Paulus of the 435th Tactical Airlift Wing's airlift control element (ALCE) conducts a radio check near the Ras Nusrani airfield. Paulus is part of a nine-man detachment sent to Egypt to coordinate aircraft operations connected with the arrival and departure of United States forces serving with the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) peacekeepers on the Sinai Peninsula

TSGT John Paulus of the 435th Tactical Airlift Wing's airlift control element (ALCE) conducts a radio check near the Ras Nusrani airfield. Paulus is part of a nine-man detachment sent to Egypt to coordinate aircraft operations connected with the arrival and departure of United States forces serving with the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) peacekeepers on the Sinai Peninsula

Airmen from the 435th Tactical Airlift Wing's airlift control element (ALCE) and the 4th Mobile Aerial Port Squadron set up a tent near the Ras Nusrani airfield. The airmen are in Egypt to coordinate aircraft operations connected with the arrival and departure of United States forces serving with the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) peacekeepers on the Sinai Peninsula

Airmen from the 435th Tactical Airlift Wing's airlift control element (ALCE) and the 4th Mobile Aerial Port Squadron set up a tent near the Ras Nusrani airfield. The airmen are in Egypt to coordinate aircraft operations connected with the arrival and departure of United States forces serving with the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) peacekeepers on the Sinai Peninsula

Airmen from the 435th Tactical Airlift Wing's airlift control element (ALCE) and the 4th Mobile Aerial Port Squadron gather for a group photograph at the Ras Nusrani airfield. The airmen are in Egypt to coordinate aircraft operations connected with the arrival and departure of United States forces serving with the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) peacekeepers on the Sinai Peninsula

Airmen from the 435th Tactical Airlift Wing's airlift control element (ALCE) and the 4th Mobile Aerial Port Squadron gather for a group photograph at the Ras Nusrani airfield. The airmen are in Egypt to coordinate aircraft operations connected with the arrival and departure of United States forces serving with the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) peacekeepers on the Sinai Peninsula

SSGT Dave Rauer relaxes as TSGT John Paulus monitors the radio near the Ras Nusrani airfield. The two airmen, both members of the 435th Tactical Airlift Wing's airlift control element (ALCE) are part of a nine-man detachment sent to Egypt to coordinate aircraft operations connected with the arrival and departure of United States forces serving with the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) peacekeepers on the Sinai Peninsula

SSGT Dave Rauer relaxes as TSGT John Paulus monitors the radio near the Ras Nusrani airfield. The two airmen, both members of the 435th Tactical Airlift Wing's airlift control element (ALCE) are part of a nine-man detachment sent to Egypt to coordinate aircraft operations connected with the arrival and departure of United States forces serving with the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) peacekeepers on the Sinai Peninsula

CPT Dave Remendowski, left, SSGT Dave Rauer, center, and SSGT Joe Waddington relax on the beach near the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) South Camp. The airmen, members of the 435th Tactical Airlift Wing's airlift control element (ALCE), are in Egypt to coordinate aircraft operations connected with the arrival and departure of United States forces serving with the MFO peacekeepers on the Sinai Peninsula

CPT Dave Remendowski, left, SSGT Dave Rauer, center, and SSGT Joe Waddington relax on the beach near the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) South Camp. The airmen, members of the 435th Tactical Airlift Wing's airlift control element (ALCE), are in Egypt to coordinate aircraft operations connected with the arrival and departure of United States forces serving with the MFO peacekeepers on the Sinai Peninsula

British personnel off-load equipment from a British C-130 at Kuwait International Airport. The British troops joined the United States forces in response to Saddam Hussein's advancement to the Kuwaiti border

British personnel off-load equipment from a British C-130 at Kuwait International Airport. The British troops joined the United States forces in response to Saddam Hussein's advancement to the Kuwaiti border

British troops depart a British C-130 after its arrival at Kuwait International Airport. The British troops joined the United States forces in response to Saddam Hussein's advancement to the Kuwaiti border

British troops depart a British C-130 after its arrival at Kuwait International Airport. The British troops joined the United States forces in response to Saddam Hussein's advancement to the Kuwaiti border

A truck is driven off a British C-130 at Kuwait International Airport. The British troops joined the United States forces in response to Saddam Hussein's advancement to the Kuwaiti border

A truck is driven off a British C-130 at Kuwait International Airport. The British troops joined the United States forces in response to Saddam Hussein's advancement to the Kuwaiti border

A right side view of a British C-130 from the Royal Air Force (RAF) lands at Kuwait International Airport. The aircraft is bringing passengers and equipment for their troops stationed in various parts of Kuwait. The British troops joined the United States forces in response to Saddam Hussein's advancement to the Kuwaiti border

A right side view of a British C-130 from the Royal Air Force (RAF) lands at Kuwait International Airport. The aircraft is bringing passengers and equipment for their troops stationed in various parts of Kuwait. The British troops joined the United States forces in response to Saddam Hussein's advancement to the Kuwaiti border

Egyptian soldiers load a truck and trailer onto a C-141B Starlifter aircraft during an engine running, on and off loading exercise. The troops are participating in a combined training exercise between Egyptian and United States Forces in joint planning and operations. The exercise is also organized to continue building military-to-military relationships which support regional security

Egyptian soldiers load a truck and trailer onto a C-141B Starlifter aircraft during an engine running, on and off loading exercise. The troops are participating in a combined training exercise between Egyptian and United States Forces in joint planning and operations. The exercise is also organized to continue building military-to-military relationships which support regional security

A Combat Controller from the 22nd Special Tactics Squadron, Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas looks for the drop zone from the ramp of a C-141B Starlifter aircraft. The exercise is combined training between Egyptian and United States Forces in joint planning and operations. It also was organized to continue building military-to-military relationships which support regional security

A Combat Controller from the 22nd Special Tactics Squadron, Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas looks for the drop zone from the ramp of a C-141B Starlifter aircraft. The exercise is combined training between Egyptian and United States Forces in joint planning and operations. It also was organized to continue building military-to-military relationships which support regional security

One-hundred Egyptian paratroopers jump out of a United States C-141B Starlifter. These Egyptians are participating in combined training between Egyptian and United States Forces in joint planning and operations. The exercise is also organized to continue building military-to-military relationships which support regional security

One-hundred Egyptian paratroopers jump out of a United States C-141B Starlifter. These Egyptians are participating in combined training between Egyptian and United States Forces in joint planning and operations. The exercise is also organized to continue building military-to-military relationships which support regional security

Sergeant Leon Guiller, USMC, is a tactical switch board operator out of Iwakuni, Japan, Marine Wing Support Squaderon 171. He coordinates all tactical phone calls for the United States Forces, at Royal Australian Air Force Base Amberley in Queensland, Australia. The U.S. and Australian defense forces are participating in the combined exercise Crocodile '99

Sergeant Leon Guiller, USMC, is a tactical switch board operator out of Iwakuni, Japan, Marine Wing Support Squaderon 171. He coordinates all tactical phone calls for the United States Forces, at Royal Australian Air Force Base Amberley in Queensland, Australia. The U.S. and Australian defense forces are participating in the combined exercise Crocodile '99

297th Army Infantry Alaskan National Guardman, Private Jed Michaels, a transportation specialist, checks his vehicle for oil before departing on a rendezvous with Alpha Company in support of Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 2001. Northern Edge is Alaska's premier joint training exercise and it lasts for two weeks. Over 10,000 Canadian and United States forces combine to practice protecting Alaska and it's borders

297th Army Infantry Alaskan National Guardman, Private Jed Michaels, a transportation specialist, checks his vehicle for oil before departing on a rendezvous with Alpha Company in support of Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 2001. Northern Edge is Alaska's premier joint training exercise and it lasts for two weeks. Over 10,000 Canadian and United States forces combine to practice protecting Alaska and it's borders

US Navy Lieutenant Minh Nguyen, Medical Officer, USS OGDEN (LPD 5), prepares to paint the multi-purpose room of the Salvation Army in Ketchikan, Alaska. LT Nguyen is one of the 10,000 military members from different military installations from all over North America participating in Exercise NORTHERN EDGE. Northern Edge is Alaska's premier joint training exercise and it lasts for two weeks. Canadian and United States forces combine to practice protecting Alaska and it's borders. (Substandard image)

US Navy Lieutenant Minh Nguyen, Medical Officer, USS OGDEN (LPD 5), prepares to paint the multi-purpose room of the Salvation Army in Ketchikan, Alaska. LT Nguyen is one of the 10,000 military members from different military installations from all over North America participating in Exercise NORTHERN EDGE. Northern Edge is Alaska's premier joint training exercise and it lasts for two weeks. Canadian and United States forces combine to practice protecting Alaska and it's borders. (Substandard image)

In swirling winds, fog and pounding rains, Private First Class Thad Mills of the 297th Army Infantry Alaskan National Guard, Alpha Company, sets up concertina wire in order to provide dock security support for the USS OGDEN (LPD 5) while deployed to Ketchikan, Alaska, during Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 2001. Northern Edge is Alaska's premier joint training exercise and it lasts for two weeks. Over 10,000 Canadian and United States forces combine to practice protecting Alaska and it's borders

In swirling winds, fog and pounding rains, Private First Class Thad Mills of the 297th Army Infantry Alaskan National Guard, Alpha Company, sets up concertina wire in order to provide dock security support for the USS OGDEN (LPD 5) while deployed to Ketchikan, Alaska, during Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 2001. Northern Edge is Alaska's premier joint training exercise and it lasts for two weeks. Over 10,000 Canadian and United States forces combine to practice protecting Alaska and it's borders

In swirling winds, fog and pounding rains, members of the 297th Army Infantry Alaskan National Guard, Alpha Company, prepare to provide dock security support for the USS OGDEN (LPD 5) (not shown) while deployed to Ketchikan, Alaska, during Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 2001. Northern Edge is Alaska's premier joint training exercise and it lasts for two weeks. Over 10,000 Canadian and United States forces combine to practice protecting Alaska and it's borders

In swirling winds, fog and pounding rains, members of the 297th Army Infantry Alaskan National Guard, Alpha Company, prepare to provide dock security support for the USS OGDEN (LPD 5) (not shown) while deployed to Ketchikan, Alaska, during Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 2001. Northern Edge is Alaska's premier joint training exercise and it lasts for two weeks. Over 10,000 Canadian and United States forces combine to practice protecting Alaska and it's borders

In swirling winds and pounding rains, US Marine Corps Lance Corporal Daniel Kaupilla films the 297th Army Infantry Alaskan National Guard, Alpha Company as they march to the USS OGDEN (LPD 5) (not shown) in order to provide dock security support while deployed to Ketchikan, Alaska, during Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 2001. Northern Edge is Alaska's premier joint training exercise and it lasts for two weeks. Over 10,000 Canadian and United States forces combine to practice protecting Alaska and it's borders

In swirling winds and pounding rains, US Marine Corps Lance Corporal Daniel Kaupilla films the 297th Army Infantry Alaskan National Guard, Alpha Company as they march to the USS OGDEN (LPD 5) (not shown) in order to provide dock security support while deployed to Ketchikan, Alaska, during Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 2001. Northern Edge is Alaska's premier joint training exercise and it lasts for two weeks. Over 10,000 Canadian and United States forces combine to practice protecting Alaska and it's borders

In swirling winds, fog and pounding rains, Sergeant Matt Roeber of the 297th Army Infantry Alaskan National Guard, Alpha Company, helps provide dock security support for the USS OGDEN (LPD 5) (not shown) while deployed to Ketchikan, Alaska, during Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 2001. Northern Edge is Alaska's premier joint training exercise and it lasts for two weeks. Over 10,000 Canadian and United States forces combine to practice protecting Alaska and it's borders

In swirling winds, fog and pounding rains, Sergeant Matt Roeber of the 297th Army Infantry Alaskan National Guard, Alpha Company, helps provide dock security support for the USS OGDEN (LPD 5) (not shown) while deployed to Ketchikan, Alaska, during Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 2001. Northern Edge is Alaska's premier joint training exercise and it lasts for two weeks. Over 10,000 Canadian and United States forces combine to practice protecting Alaska and it's borders

297th Army Infantry Alaskan National Guard, Alpha Company march to the USS OGDEN (LPD 5) (not shown) in order to provide dock security support while deployed to Ketchikan, Alaska, during Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 2001. Northern Edge is Alaska's premier joint training exercise and it lasts for two weeks. Over 10,000 Canadian and United States forces combine to practice protecting Alaska and it's borders

297th Army Infantry Alaskan National Guard, Alpha Company march to the USS OGDEN (LPD 5) (not shown) in order to provide dock security support while deployed to Ketchikan, Alaska, during Exercise NORTHERN EDGE 2001. Northern Edge is Alaska's premier joint training exercise and it lasts for two weeks. Over 10,000 Canadian and United States forces combine to practice protecting Alaska and it's borders

Military map showing the marches of the United States forces under command of Maj. Gen'l W.T. Sherman, during the years 1863, 1864, 1865 /

Military map showing the marches of the United States forces under command of Maj. Gen'l W.T. Sherman, during the years 1863, 1864, 1865 /

Military map showing the marches of the United States forces under command of Maj. Gen'l W.T. Sherman, during the years 1863, 1864, 1865 /

Military map showing the marches of the United States forces under command of Maj. Gen'l W.T. Sherman, during the years 1863, 1864, 1865 /

Military map showing the marches of the United States forces under command of Maj. Gen'l W.T. Sherman, during the years 1863, 1864, 1865 /

Military map showing the marches of the United States forces under command of Maj. Gen'l W.T. Sherman, during the years 1863, 1864, 1865 /

Military map showing the marches of the United States forces under command of Maj. Gen'l W.T. Sherman, during the years 1863, 1864, 1865 /

Military map showing the marches of the United States forces under command of Maj. Gen'l W.T. Sherman, during the years 1863, 1864, 1865 /