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“The Best War Map Ever Made” Ezra Carman & the Atlas of the Battlefield of Antietam by Jamesina Thatcher December 2013
Ezra Carman m Figure 1
John C. Stearns Figure 2
Henry Heth Figure 3
Michler Map 1867 Figure 4
Hachure Figure 5
Stearns & Heth Morning Lines, 1893 Figure 6
Stearns & Heth Regular Army Positions, 1893 Figure 7
Stearns & Heth Antietam Base Map, 1894 Figure 8
George B. Davis Figure 9
James M. Garrett 1894 & 1908 Figure 10
H.A. Brown 1894 & 1908 Figure 11
Jas. Dinkins 1894 & 1908 Figure 12
Jas. D. Bondurant 1899 & 1908 Figure 13
Frank Palmer, 1908 Position 1 & Position 2 Figure 14
Frank Palmer Sketch of Position 1 & 2 Figure 15
James Lane 1895 & 1908 Figure 16
Confederate Avenue Figure 17
Hotchkiss “Battle Avenue” Figure 18
Marsena Patrick Figure 19
Patrick Daybreak 6 to 6:20 AM Figure 20
Patrick 6:45 to 7 AM 7:20 AM Figure 21
Patrick 7:30 AM 8 AM Figure 22
Jed Hotchkiss Figure 23
Hotchkiss Preliminary Map No. 3, 1895 Figure 24
Hotchkiss Preliminary Map No. 3, 1895 Figure 25
George W. Davis Figure 26
Emmor B. Cope Figure 27
Cope Blue print 1898 Figure 28
Cope 1898 Title & Contours Figure 29
Atlas of the Battlefield of Antietam 1904 & 1908 Figure 30
F.L. Hitchcock 1904 & 1908 Map No. 10 Noon to 12:15 PM 132nd PA Position Change Figure 31
R.B. Wilson 1904 & 1908 Map No PM 12th OH Added Figure 32
Jos. R.C. Ward 1904 & 1908 Map No. 8 9 to 9:30 AM Howard’s Brigade Intact Figure 33
J.C. Delaney 1904 & 1908 Map No. 3 6:45 to 7 AM 107th PA Added Figure 34
Sylvester Byrne 1904 & 1908 Map No. 8 9 to 9:30 AM 72nd PA Position Change Figure 35
Sylvester Byrne Map of 72nd PA Position Figure 36
James Dinkins 1904 & 1908 Map No. 8 9 to 9:30 AM Barksdale Brigade Not Changed Figure 37
Fred Barger 1904 & 1908 Map No PM Only 7th ME Position Change Figure 38
Fred Barger Map of Irwin Brigade Figure 39
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