631 x 981 mm. (24 x 38 in.), slight wear to edges, minor browning along folds. Sherman's routes outlined and annotated in red, imprint ruled out and inscribed "Capt. Preston F. West" -- Manuscript map of Northern Georgia. 1863. 269 x 612 mm. (10 x 24 in.), blue, black, and red inks on linen, minor browning along folds. Inscribed at lower left, "Official W. Le B. Jenney Cap. a.d.c. Engr 15th ac Oct. 16th 1863" -- Manuscript map of the Seat of War in South Carolina. 543 x 682 mm. (21 x 26 in.), black and blue inks, blue wash on linen, minor staining along folds. Inscribed, "Comd'g Officer. 3rd Div. 15th A.C. H. Klosterman Chief Eng. 15th A.C." -- Battlefield of Chattanooga with the Operations of the National Forces under the Command of Maj. Gen. U.S. Grant during the battles of Nov. 23. 24. & 25. 1863. N.p., n.d. 610 x 475 mm. (24 x 18 in.), minor dampstaining. A UNIQUE CARTOGRAPHIC RECORD OF SHERMAN'S GREAT CAMPAIGNS. Documenting the Chattanooga Campaign, the Atlanta Campaign, the March to the Sea, and the Carolinas Campaign, these fine maps detail Sherman's movements from 1863 to 1865. Much of William T. Sherman's fame stems from the series of military campaigns he planned and executed during the second half of the Civil War. This group of maps provides both an overview of his movements during these key operations, as well as detailed views of various aspects of the campaigns. The manuscript maps on linen were very likely drawn in the field for the use of staff officers, while the map inscribed by Sherman after the war serves as a vivid reminder of the scope of his military achievements. (5) " /> [SHERMAN, WILLIAM TECUMSEH]. Military Map Showing the Marches of the United States Forces under the command of Maj.Gen'l W. T. Sherman U.S.A. during the years 1863, 1864, 1865.... St. Louis, 1865. <I>837 x 1296 mm. (32.7/8 x 51.1/8 in.), some outline coloring, minor dampstaining, some small tears along folds</I>. INSCRIBED BY SHERMAN, "With compliments of W.T. Sherman Li. Genl. Saint Louis Mo. September 21 1868" -- No. 5 Map of Chattanooga and Vicinity...Chattanooga, 1863. <I>631 x 981 mm. (24 x 38 in.), slight wear to edges, minor browning along folds</I>. Sherman's routes outlined and annotated in red, imprint ruled out and inscribed "Capt. Preston F. West" -- Manuscript map of Northern Georgia. 1863. <I>269 x 612 mm. (10 x 24 in.), blue, black, and red inks on linen, minor browning along folds</I>. Inscribed at lower left, "Official W. Le B. Jenney Cap. a.d.c. Engr 15th ac Oct. 16th 1863" -- Manuscript map of the Seat of War in South Carolina. <I>543 x 682 mm. (21 x 26 in.), black and blue inks, blue wash on linen, minor staining along folds</I>. Inscribed, "Comd'g Officer. 3rd Div. 15th A.C. H. Klosterman Chief Eng. 15th A.C." -- Battlefield of Chattanooga with the Operations of the National Forces under the Command of Maj. Gen. U.S. Grant during the battles of Nov. 23. 24. & 25. 1863. N.p., n.d. <I>610 x 475 mm. (24 x 18 in.), minor dampstaining</I>. A UNIQUE CARTOGRAPHIC RECORD OF SHERMAN'S GREAT CAMPAIGNS. Documenting the Chattanooga Campaign, the Atlanta Campaign, the March to the Sea, and the Carolinas Campaign, these fine maps detail Sherman's movements from 1863 to 1865. Much of William T. Sherman's fame stems from the series of military campaigns he planned and executed during the second half of the Civil War. This group of maps provides both an overview of his movements during these key operations, as well as detailed views of various aspects of the campaigns. The manuscript maps on linen were very likely drawn in the field for the use of staff officers, while the map inscribed by Sherman after the war serves as a vivid reminder of the scope of his military achievements. (5) | Christie's