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Collection Number: 00276

Collection Title: Jeremy Francis Gilmer Papers, 1839-1894

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Size 2.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 1,550 items)
Abstract Jeremy Francis Gilmer (1818-1883) was a United States Army Engineer, 1839-1861, and Confederate Chief of Engineers. Personal and military papers of Gilmer include a series of official army papers, 1851-1859, relating to the construction of fortifications on the Georgia and Florida coast; a diary, 1841-1842, at Fort Schuyler, N.Y.; letters, 1861-1864, from Gilmer to his wife Louisa Fredericka Alexander Gilmer, and other Civil War papers; a Confederate order book, 1863-1864, at headquarters, military district of Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina; family correspondence with Lawton, Alexander, and Porter relatives in Georgia, including letters received by wife and daughter Louisa Porter Gilmer; and extensive group of Civil War maps, including both manuscript maps and printed maps with manuscript annotations and engineers' drawings of military construction.
Creator Gilmer, Jeremy Francis, 1818-1883.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Jeremy Francis Gilmer Papers #276, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Alternate Form of Material

Digitized versions of 162 maps and drawings from Series 5 of the Jeremy Francis Gilmer Papers

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Acquisitions Information
Received from Mary Haskell Minis before 1940; addition of 7 May 1843 letter from Conway Barker of La Marque, Tex., May 1969; addition of 1846 Santa Fe map (facsimile) from John W. Reps of Ithaca, N.Y., May 1974; addition of 5 September 1853 letter from Julia Sweet Newman of Battle, Mich., February 1989; addition of 1864 telegraph from B & L Rootenberg, November 2006.
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Jeremy Francis Gilmer was born in Guilford County, N.C., on 23 February 1818. He entered the United States Army as a Second Lieutenant of Engineers in July 1839 after graduating from the United States Military Academy. He continued as an United States Army Engineer, constructing fortifications and conducting surveys until 1861, when he resigned in support of the southern cause. In September 1861, Gilmer was appointed Major of Engineers in the Confederate States of America Army and served as Chief Engineer of the staff of General A. S. Johnston until the general's death at the battle of Shiloh on 6 April 1862, where Gilmer was also severely wounded.

After his recovery, Gilmer served for a short time with the Army of Northern Virginia. On 9 August 1862, he was assigned to the Office of Chief of Engineer Bureau in Richmond, Va., and promoted to the rank of Colonel of Engineers. Promoted to Major General on 20 August 1863, Gilmer was ordered to Charleston, S.C., to direct the defense of the city. He returned to Richmond in June 1864, where he directed the Engineer Bureau until the end of the War. In the fall of 1865, Gilmer was elected a director of the Georgia Central Railroad and later served as president pro tem. In 1866, he was elected president of the Savannah Gas-Light Company, an office he held along with director, Georgia Central Railroad, until his death on 1 December 1883.

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Personal and military papers of military engineer Jeremy Francis Gilmer of Guilford County, N.C., include a series of official army papers, 1851-1859, relating to the construction of fortifications on the Georgia and Florida coast; a diary, 1841-1842, at Fort Schuyler, N.Y.; letters, 1861-1864, from Gilmer to his wife Louisa Fredericka Alexander Gilmer, and other Civil War papers; a Confederate order book, 1863-1864, at headquarters, military district of Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina; family correspondence with Lawton, Alexander, and Porter relatives in Georgia, including letters received by wife and daughter Louisa Porter Gilmer; and 158 Civil War maps, including both manuscript maps and printed maps with manuscript annotations and engineers' drawings of military construction.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Antebellum Military Records, 1851-1860.

About 1,050 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Primarily applications and rosters for the United States Army Corps of Engineers.

Folder 4

1851 #00276, Series: "2. Antebellum Military Records, 1851-1860." Folder 4

Folder 5

1852 #00276, Series: "2. Antebellum Military Records, 1851-1860." Folder 5

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Folder 6

Folder 7

1853 #00276, Series: "2. Antebellum Military Records, 1851-1860." Folder 6-7

Folder 8

1854 #00276, Series: "2. Antebellum Military Records, 1851-1860." Folder 8

Folder 9-13

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Folder 13

1855 #00276, Series: "2. Antebellum Military Records, 1851-1860." Folder 9-13

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Folder 21

1856 #00276, Series: "2. Antebellum Military Records, 1851-1860." Folder 14-21

Folder 22-30

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Folder 30

1857 #00276, Series: "2. Antebellum Military Records, 1851-1860." Folder 22-30

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Folder 38

1858 #00276, Series: "2. Antebellum Military Records, 1851-1860." Folder 31-38

Folder 39

1859 #00276, Series: "2. Antebellum Military Records, 1851-1860." Folder 39

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. Post-War Papers, 1866-1895 and undated.

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166 items.

Digitized versions of 162 maps and drawings from Series 5 of the Jeremy Francis Gilmer Papers

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Descriptive information is comes directly from the maps or has been created from information on the maps.

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Gilmer Map Number 1: Map of Spanish Fort and Vicinity: drawn under the direction of Lieutenant Colonel V. Sheliha (24-5/8" x 35-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.1 Alabama and the Gulf Maps " OP-276/176

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Gilmer Map Number 2: Mobile Defences: Sketch to accompany Progress Report, dated 15 March 1863 (16-3/4" x 27-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.1 Alabama and the Gulf Maps " OP-276/177

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Gilmer Map Number 3: Map of Mobile Bay and surrounding area, including waterways, showing channel markings for 6' and land marks with notations (21" x 29-5/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.1 Alabama and the Gulf Maps " OP-276/178

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Gilmer Map Number 4: Redoubt: For defence of Ditch a Chemin-de-ronde with Bastionettes under cover of Counter scarp, circa 2 December 1863 (20" x 29-7/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.1 Alabama and the Gulf Maps " OP-276/179

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Gilmer Map Number 5: Citadel and proposed gallery: Lieutenant Colonel V. Sheliha (7-1/2" x 19-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.1 Alabama and the Gulf Maps " OP-276/180

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Gilmer Map Number 6: Redoubt B (19-1/2" x 25-7/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.1 Alabama and the Gulf Maps " OP-276/181

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Gilmer Map Number 7: Redoubt C: Drawn under the direction of Lieutenant Colonel V. Sheliha, Chief Engineer, Department of the Gulf (20-1/2" x 22-1/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.1 Alabama and the Gulf Maps " OP-276/182

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Gilmer Map Number 8: Plan of Battery McIntosh, Mobile, Ala., defences (24-1/4" x 29") #00276, Subseries: " 5.1 Alabama and the Gulf Maps " OP-276/183

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Gilmer Map Number 9: Redoubt H (23-3/4" x 34-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.1 Alabama and the Gulf Maps " OP-276/184

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Gilmer Map Number 10: Redoubt I (22-1/2" x 23-7/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.1 Alabama and the Gulf Maps " OP-276/185

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Gilmer Map Number 11: Plans/map of officer and soldier quarters and magazine within a single area (19-1/4" x 24-7/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.1 Alabama and the Gulf Maps " OP-276/186

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Gilmer Map Number 90: Topographical map of the vicinity of the Grand Rapids Red River, 1864 (17-3/8" x 22-5/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/187

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Gilmer Map Number 91: Coast of Texas and its defences, 1864, Brownsville to Sabine City, cloth map (26-3/8" x 49-1/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/188

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Gilmer Map Number 97: Eastern portion of Galveston Island and its defences, cloth map (29-5/8" x 47-7/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/189

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Gilmer Map Number 141: Obstruction: Galveston Harbour Main Channel (15-5/8" x 22-5/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/190

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Gilmer Map Number 144a: Obstruction between Pelican Island and the Main Island (9-3/4" x 17-1/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/191

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Gilmer Map Number 144b: Letter C: Proposed casemate at Fort Point and Channel Markings for Gulf of Mexico in that area (21-3/8" x 33-1/2") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/192

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Gilmer Map Number 144c: Letter D: Detailed drawings of casemate, circa 1865 (9-1/4" x 14-1/2") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/193

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Gilmer Map Number 177: Environs of Shreveport and its defences, 1864 (23-1/4" x 26-1/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/194

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Gilmer Map Number 179: Environs of Dooley's Ferry, Ark., 1864 (19-1/4" x 24") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/195

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Gilmer Map Number 180: Vicinity of Fulton, Ark., 1864 (26-3/8" x 32-7/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/196

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Gilmer Map Number 181A: Plan of the two gun battery at Fulton, Ark., 1864 (10-3/4" x 17-5/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/197

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Gilmer Map Number 181B: Plan of the three gun battery at Fulton, Ark., 1864 (17-5/8" x 21-1/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/198

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Gilmer Map Number 184: Camden and defences, Shreveport, 19 May 1864 (17-5/8" x 21-3/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/199

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Gilmer Map Number 185: Approaches to Camden, Shreveport, 17 May 1864 (17-5/8" x 21-3/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/200

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Gilmer Map Number 189: Mansfield, 8 April 1864, with enemy lines and division positions marked (7-7/8" x 12-1/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/201

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Gilmer Map Number 192: Fort DeRussy and vicinity, (16-5/8" x 20-3/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/202

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Gilmer Map Number 196: Fort DeRussy on Red River, La., 1864 (17-1/2" x 21-1/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/203

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Gilmer Map Number 198A: Sketch of Red River obstruction at Shreveport defences, La. (12-7/8" x 15-3/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/204

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Gilmer Map Number 198B: Red River obstruction at Shreveport, La., 1864 (12-7/8" x 15-3/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/205

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Gilmer Map Number 199: Jenkins Ferry, 30 April 1864 (10-5/8" x 12-1/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/206

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Gilmer Map Number 200: Pleasant Hill, 9 April 1864, photocopy (5" x 7-3/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/207

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Gilmer Map Number 234: Fort on Pelican Spit (14" x 21-3/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/208

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Gilmer Map Number 235: Redan on Oyster Creek (12-3/4" x 17-1/2") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/209

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Gilmer Map Number 236: South Battery (15-1/4" x 21-5/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/210

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Gilmer Map Number 237: Plan of Fort Bankhead (14" x 16-1/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/211

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Gilmer Map Number 238: Fort Point (14-1/4" x 14-7/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/212

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Gilmer Map Number 242: Fort Sabine (13-5/8" x 14-1/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/213

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Gilmer Map Number 243: Fort Magruder (12-3/8" x 12-3/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/214

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Gilmer Map Number 244: Plan of Fort Debray, Matagorda Island (12-1/2" x 14-1/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/215

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Gilmer Map Number 245: (D.) Redoubt on Oyster Creek Road (8-7/8" x 12-3/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/216

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Gilmer Map Number 246: Boat Bridge across East Union Canal (8-7/8" x 12-3/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/217

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Gilmer Map Number 247: (F.) Map showing locations of works at the mouth of the Brazos River (8-7/8" x 12-3/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/218

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Gilmer Map Number 248: Sketch of Texas and Louisiana shore with land and channel markings, including obstructions in the channel (14-1/4" x 16-1/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/219

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Gilmer Map Number 250: (B.) Fort Velasco: on the east side of the mouth of the Brazos River (11" x 14-1/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/220

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Gilmer Map Number 251: (A.) Fort Quintana on the west side of the mouth of Brazos River (13-3/8" x 14") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/221

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Gilmer Map Number 252: (C.) Fort on bend of river (8-5/8" x 14") #00276, Subseries: "5.2 Trans-Mississippi Maps " OP-276/222

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Gilmer Map Number 301: Defences at Rainbow Bank and Roanoke River, N.C. (13-1/2" x 17-1/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/223

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Gilmer Map Number 302: Plan of fortification around Weldon (23-7/8" x 27-7/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/224

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Gilmer Map Number 303: Plan of fortification at Garysburg, N.C., two miles from Weldon (15-1/4" x 22-1/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/225

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Gilmer Map Number 304,Part 1: Plan of the defensive works at Halifax, N.C. (14" x 22") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/226A

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Gilmer Map Number 304, Part 2: Plan of the defensive works at Halifax, N.C. (14" x 22") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/226B

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Gilmer Map Number 305: Field Map Sheet No. 3, 28 July 1863, Wilson north to Rocky Mount east to Tarboro south by Tar River (34-3/4" x 50-3/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/227

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Gilmer Map Number 306: Sketches of Lieutenant Koerner's topographical survey between Neuse and Tar Rivers (14-1/2" x 18-1/2") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/228

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Gilmer Map Number 307: Goldsboro-Wilson-Smithfield area (16" x 17-3/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/229

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Gilmer Map Number 308A: Bentonville area (19-1/4" x 21-1/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/230

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Gilmer Map Number 308B: Louisburg north to Halifax south to Battleboro area (16-3/8" x 20-5/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/231

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Gilmer Map Number 308C: Area between Roanoke River (Weldon) and Tar River including and northwest of Rocky Mount (16-1/4" x 18-1/2") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/232

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Gilmer Map Number 308D: Raleigh-Goldsboro-Rocky Mount area (16-3/8" x 18-1/2") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/233

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Gilmer Map Number 309: Neuse, Dover, and Trent rivers: the river roads (24" x 35") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/234

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Gilmer Map Number 310: Reconnaissance of the country between Newbern and Goldsboro between the Trent and the Neuse rivers (17-7/8" x 23-1/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/235

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Gilmer Map Number 311: Map of Confederate Point, New Hanover County, N.C., 1864. (12-3/4" x 28-1/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/236

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Gilmer Map Number 312: Topographical map showing the fortifications and roads in the vicinity of the Cape Fear, 1863, map in two parts (Part 1: 21-5/8" x 25-3/4"; Part: 21-7/8" x 27-1/4"; Parts 1 and 2 together: 21-3/4" x 52-1/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/237

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Gilmer Map Number 313: Map of the vicinity of Wilmington, District of Cape Fear (13-1/2" x 17-1/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/238

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Gilmer Map Number 314: Smith's Island, Cape Fear District (21-1/4" x 29-1/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/239

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Gilmer Map Number 315: Map of "Bald Head" and Cape Fear (16" x 31-3/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/240

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Gilmer Map Number 316: Map of the country adjacent to Smithville (17-3/4" x 29-3/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/241

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Gilmer Map Number 317: Map showing the entrenchments around Wilmington, 1863 (25-7/8" x 37-3/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/242

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Gilmer Map Number 318: Map of country between Cape Fear River and Topsail Sound: Defences of Wilmington (24" x 29-1/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/243

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Gilmer Map Number 319: Map of a part of Brunswick County (27-1/4" x 31-3/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/244

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Gilmer Map Number 320A: Fort Fisher and adjoining fortifications, 1863 (20" x 28-1/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/245A

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Gilmer Map Number 320B: Fort and adjoining fortifications, 1863, with note (19-1/2" x 29-3/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/245B

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Gilmer Map Number 321: Plan of magazine being constructed at Wilmington, N.C., 1863 (16-5/8" x 22-5/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/246

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Gilmer Map Number 322: Fort Caswell, April 1863 (20-1/4" x 30") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/247

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Gilmer Map Number 323: Casemate covered with railroad iron erected at Fort Caswell by order of Brigadier General W. H. C. Whiting, Confederate States of America, 1863 (20" x 30") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/248

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Gilmer Map Number 324: Chart of the obstructions in the Cape Fear and Brunswick rivers and the batteries commanding them (14-3/8" x 19-1/2") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/249

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Gilmer Map Number 325: Sawyer obstructions in Cape Fear River, circa 1863 (17-3/8" x 20-1/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/250

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Gilmer Map Number 326: Map of parts of Brunswick and New Hanover counties showing the approaches to Wilmington, N.C., circa 1864 (31-3/4" x 39") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/251

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Gilmer Map Number 327: System of breast-heights for defence by light artillery and infantry suggested as an improvement on cremaillers, with note, circa 1864 (16-5/8" x 28-1/8") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/252

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Gilmer Map Number 328A: Copy 1: Map of a part of eastern North Carolina from a map in progress, 1864, Virginia line to Neuse and Swift River (30-5/8" x 37") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/253A

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Gilmer Map Number 328B: Copy 2: Map of a part of eastern North Carolina (30-3/4" x 37") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/253B

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Gilmer Map Number 329: Map of the reconnaissance of the South Carolina mountain passes in connection with those of western North Carolina and east Tennessee by John R. Niernsee and John McRae, Special Military Commission (21" x 24-3/4") #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/254

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Number not used #00276, Subseries: "5.3 North Carolina Maps " OP-276/255

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Gilmer Map Number 401: Topographical sketch of the Battlefield of Chickamauga, Walker County, Ga., 18-20 September 1863 (19-1/8" x 27-7/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.4 Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Northern Georgia Maps " OP-276/256

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Gilmer Map Number 402: Topographical sketch of the Battlefield of Chickamauga (23-7/8" x 30-1/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.4 Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Northern Georgia Maps " OP-276/257

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Gilmer Map Number 403: Map of the country travelled by Major D. Winter's Pontoon train in an expedition to the Mississippi River for the purpose of crossing the command of Lieutenant General R. Taylor (16-1/8" x 27-3/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.4 Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Northern Georgia Maps " OP-276/258

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Gilmer Map Number 404: Design for a Pontoon train, 22 December 1862 (17-1/2" x 23") #00276, Subseries: " 5.4 Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Northern Georgia Maps " OP-276/259

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Gilmer Map Number 405: Pontoon carriage (13" x 22-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.4 Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Northern Georgia Maps " OP-276/260

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Gilmer Map Number 406: Drawing of Federal Pontoon boat (16-1/4" x 22-1/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.4 Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Northern Georgia Maps " OP-276/261

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Gilmer Map Number 407: Pontoons (22-5/8" x 24-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.4 Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Northern Georgia Maps " OP-276/262

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Gilmer Map Number 408: Map of Port Hudson and its defences, 30 October 1862, including descriptive list of batteries (25-7/8" x 36-3/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.4 Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Northern Georgia Maps " OP-276/263

Oversize Paper OP-276/264

Gilmer Map Number 409: Plan of Port Hudson and its defences (26-1/4" x 33-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.4 Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Northern Georgia Maps " OP-276/264

Oversize Paper OP-276/265

Gilmer Map Number 410: Map of the battlegrounds of Shiloh, 6-7 April 1862; Corinth, 3-4 October 1862; and Davis's Bridge, 5 October 1862 (25" x 35-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.4 Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Northern Georgia Maps " OP-276/265

Oversize Paper OP-276/266

Gilmer Map Number 411: Map of a portion of east Tennessee, circa 1863 (30-7/8" x 49-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.4 Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Northern Georgia Maps " OP-276/266

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Oversize Paper OP-276/267A

Gilmer Map Number 501: Map of the state of Virginia reduced from the Nine Sheet Map of the state, in conformity to Law by Herman Boye, 1828, corrected by order of the Executive, 1859, including geological remarks (31-1/2" x 49") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/267A

Oversize Paper OP-276/267B

Gilmer Map Number 502: Map of a portion of eastern Virginia, Blue Ridge west, James River south, Rappahanock River north to Rappahanock County (35-1/2" x 38-3/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/267B

Oversize Paper OP-276/268

Gilmer Map Number 503: Map of the vicinity of Petersburg, 1864 (24-1/4" x 36-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/268

Oversize Paper OP-276/269

Gilmer Map Number 504: Map of Greene (18" x 18-1/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/269

Oversize Paper OP-276/270

Gilmer Map Number 505: Drawn from a sketch taken on the Battle Ground by W. Bonner, 31 July 1861 (17-1/2" x 23-1/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/270

Oversize Paper OP-276/271

Gilmer Map Number 506: Part of Spotsylvania (26-3/4" x 37-1/2"; map not square) #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/271

Oversize Paper OP-276/272

Gilmer Map Number 507: Sketch of area around Culpepper Court House, bounded south by Rapidan River, west by Robinson River, with camps and infantry lines, etc. drawn in (9-7/8" x 15-5/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/272

Oversize Paper OP-276/273

Gilmer Map Number 508: Sketch of area around Falmouth east to Potomac River (12-1/4" x 15") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/273

Oversize Paper OP-276/274

Gilmer Map Number 509: Map of parts of Orange, Spotsylvania, Caroline counties, Va. (17-7/8" x 21-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/274

Oversize Paper OP-276/275

Gilmer Map Number 510: Military map of the county in the occupation of the Corps of the Army of the Potomac made by order of General Beauregard (32-1/4" x 34-1/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/275

Oversize Paper OP-276/276

Gilmer Map Number 511: Map of the Rappahanock River from Fredericksburg to its source (29-3/8" x 33-5/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/276

Oversize Paper OP-276/277

Gilmer Map Number 512: Map of Danville defences (27-3/4" x 28-1/4") [probably drawn by Charles Chaky DeNordendorff in 1863] #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/277

Oversize Paper OP-276/278

Gilmer Map Number 513: Frame for a pile driver for driving piles obliquely at the Tree Hill Bridge, James River, 1863 (13-3/4" x 15-1/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/278

Oversize Paper OP-276/279

Gilmer Map Number 514: Map of James River and the adjoining county, from Chuckatuck Creek to City Point (22-3/4" x 32-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/279

Oversize Paper OP-276/280

Gilmer Map Number 515A: Sketch of part of Charles City County (21-1/2" x 25-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/280

Oversize Paper OP-276/281

Gilmer Map Number 515B: Map of part of Charles City County (19-3/4" x 24-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/281

Oversize Paper OP-276/282

Gilmer Map Number 516: Map of the vicinity of Drewery's Bluff (16-1/4" x 19-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/282

Oversize Paper OP-276/283

Gilmer Map Number 517: Plan of square redoubt (20-1/8" x 20-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/283

Oversize Paper OP-276/284

Gilmer Map Number 518: Plan of Batteries at Fort Clifton, Appomattox River (18-5/8" x 22-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/284

Oversize Paper OP-276/285

Gilmer Map Number 519: Drawing of Fort Monroe (23-1/4" x 27-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/285

Oversize Paper OP-276/286

Gilmer Map Number 520: Fort Boyloin, 1861, and topographical drawing of immediate area around fort (23-7/8" x 27-3/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/286

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Gilmer Map Number 521: Plan of defenses at Drewery's Bluff on James River, circa 1863 (25" x 37-5/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/287

Oversize Paper OP-276/288

Gilmer Map Number 522: Map of area around Richmond northeast to James City County and northwest to Hanover County, including Charles City County (21-7/8" x 28-7/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/288

Oversize Paper OP-276/289

Gilmer Map Number 523: A part of Henrico County from York River Railroad to Central Road, June 1862 (17-1/2" x 20-3/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/289

Oversize Paper OP-276/290

Gilmer Map Number 524: Sketch map of King William County (16" x 24-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/290

Oversize Paper OP-276/291

Gilmer Map Number 525: Vicinity of Petersburg (east), 1862 (16-1/4" x 20") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/291

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Gilmer Map Number 526: Drawing of the Chickahominy River (12-3/8" x 17-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/292

Oversize Paper OP-276/293

Gilmer Map Number 527: Sketch of the area around Chickahominy River (10-1/4" x 15-3/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/293

Oversize Paper OP-276/294

Gilmer Map Number 528: Sketch of area around Richmond to Chickahominy River with directions "From the Capitol" to different bridges (12-3/8" x 17-3/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/294

Oversize Paper OP-276/295

Gilmer Map Number 529: Sketch of the country on the west side of the James River between Warwick Bar and Drury's Bluff (14-1/4" x 23-3/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/295

Oversize Paper OP-276/296

Gilmer Map Number 530: Richmond section south from Drury's Bluff north to Upper Chickahominy Bridge (10-5/8" x 16-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/296

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Gilmer Map Number 531: Malvern Hill area (13-7/8" x 23-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/297

Oversize Paper OP-276/298

Gilmer Map Number 532: Right bank of James River, Petersburg to Richmond (23" x 34-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/298

Oversize Paper OP-276/299

Gilmer Map Number 533: Battlefields of Hanover County, Sheet 1 (25-1/2" x 30-1/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/299

Oversize Paper OP-276/300

Gilmer Map Number 534: Battlefields of Hanover County, Sheet 2 (18-1/8" x 30-1/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/300

Oversize Paper OP-276/301

Gilmer Map Number 535: Area south of Chickahominy River at New Bridge, showing General Johnson's Headquarters (8-1/4" x 11-1/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/301

Oversize Paper OP-276/302

Gilmer Map Number 536: Map of area around Chickahominy River between Mechanicsville Bridge and New Bridge (11-3/8" x 17-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/302

Oversize Paper OP-276/303

Gilmer Map Number 537: Sketch of area between Chickahominy and Pamunkey rivers from Cold Harbor south to Hanover Court House (14-1/2" x 15-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/303

Oversize Paper OP-276/304

Gilmer Map Number 538: Long map of line from Rappahanock River east of Richmond south to close to James River, crossing numerous roads, last crossing the Osborne Turnpike (9-3/4" x 37-5/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/304

Oversize Paper OP-276/305

Gilmer Map Number 539: Sketch of area north of James River near Charles City Road with Colonel Wilcox's position (8-7/8" x 17-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/305

Oversize Paper OP-276/306

Gilmer Map Number 540: Sketch of the Confederates and Federal lines from Bermuda Hundred's Neck to the crossing of the Appomattox River (13-7/8" x 16-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/306

Oversize Paper OP-276/307

Gilmer Map Number 541: Richmond and vicinity, 1862 (20-1/4" x 30-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/307

Oversize Paper OP-276/308

Gilmer Map Number 542: A portion of New Kent County (19-1/4" x 25") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/308

Oversize Paper OP-276/309

Gilmer Map Number 543: Preliminary map of a part of the south side of James River, vicinity of Lynchburg, March 1865 (24-1/2" x 24-3/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/309

Oversize Paper OP-276/310

Gilmer Map Number 544: Map of Hanover, Henrico, and part of Chesterfield counties, Va. (35-1/2" x 47") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/310

Oversize Paper OP-276/311

Gilmer Map Number 545: Survey and reconnaissance of a part of Henrico County, Va., from Richmond to Charles City County, June-July 1862 and revised 1864 (27-1/4" x 29-3/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/311

Oversize Paper OP-276/312

Gilmer Map Number 546: Map of vicinity of Richmond and part of the Peninsula, 1864 (31" x 40-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/312

Oversize Paper OP-276/313

Gilmer Map Number 547: Survey and reconnaissance of a part of Henrico, Va., showing the line of fortifications east and south of the city of Richmond (26-1/4" x 48") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/313

Oversize Paper OP-276/314

Gilmer Map Number 548: Map of Hanover, Henrico, and part of Chesterfield counties, southeast to Williamsburg and east to York River (46-3/8" x 52-3/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/314

Oversize Paper OP-276/315

Gilmer Map Number 549: Map of eastern Virginia, 1864, beyond Franklin, W. Va., and north to Pennsylvania (20" x 26-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/315

Oversize Paper OP-276/316

Gilmer Map Number 550: Military map of southeastern Virginia (31-1/4" x 34-1/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/316

Oversize Paper OP-276/317

Gilmer Map Number 551: Map of Surry County (35-7/8" x 57-3/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/317

Oversize Paper OP-276/318

Gilmer Map Number 552: Map of parts of Hanover and Henrico counties, Va., 1862 (48-3/4" x 57-3/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/318

Oversize Paper OP-276/319

Gilmer Map Number 553: Form of Trestle over Holstein at Seven Mile Ford and on Saltville Branch, Virginia and Tennessee Railroad (7-3/8" x 17-7/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/319

Oversize Paper OP-276/320

Gilmer Map Number 554: New Market area (15-1/4" x 15-5/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/320

Oversize Paper OP-276/321

Gilmer Map Number 555: Skeleton sketch of Lieutenant Koerner's survey of the Valley of Virginia showing the progress of surveying to 1 January 1864 in the area north of Staunton (20" x 21-7/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/321

Oversize Paper OP-276/322

Gilmer Map Number 556: Valley of Virginia north of Lynchburg, Copy 1 (21-1/4" x 24-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/322

Oversize Paper OP-276/323

Gilmer Map Number 556: Valley of Virginia north of Lynchburg, Copy 2 (21-1/4" x 24-1/2") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/323

Oversize Paper OP-276/324

Gilmer Map Number 557: Map of a portion of the Valley of Virginia County of Augusta and portion of Rockingham and Page counties. (43-1/4" x 45-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/324

Oversize Paper OP-276/325

Gilmer Map Number 558: Map of the Valley of Virginia from Staunton to the Potomac River, 1862 (36-3/4" x 66-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.5 Virginia Maps " OP-276/325

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Oversize Paper Folder 6A

Plan of furnace; specifications for United States Army Engineers uniform (sheets 1-7); plan for monument #00276, Subseries: " 5.6 Additional Maps and Ephemera " 6A

Oversize Paper OP-276/326

Plan of Santa Fe and New Mexico, drawn when Gilmer was a first lieutenant (23" x 30") #00276, Subseries: " 5.6 Additional Maps and Ephemera " OP-276/326

Facsimile produced by the National Archives

Oversize Paper OP-276/327

Savannah River Improvements: Plan and elevations of a crib for a deflecting work above King's Island, 1857 (23-1/2" x 31-7/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.6 Additional Maps and Ephemera " OP-276/327

Oversize Paper OP-276/328

Sketches of "Fancy Towers" (29" x 37-3/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.6 Additional Maps and Ephemera " OP-276/328

Oversize Paper OP-276/329

Title section of a "Tracing of the 9 & 4 Mile Roads," 1862 (19-1/8" x 27-7/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.6 Additional Maps and Ephemera " OP-276/329

Oversize Paper OP-276/330

Incomplete and unidentified sketch of area in Chesterfield County, Va., which displays elements related to the Battle of Port Walthall/Port Walthall Junction (16-1/2" x 22-3/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.6 Additional Maps and Ephemera " OP-276/330

Caption: "Copy Incomplete. Original sent to Genl Daniel by Col Stevens Order A.H.C. Capt." with penciled-in text: "[Albert H. Campbell, Captain in charge of togographical Dept., D.N.V Chief Engineer's Office]"

Oversize Paper OP-276/331

Gilmer's West Point diploma, 1839 (17-3/4" x 20-1/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.6 Additional Maps and Ephemera " OP-276/331

Oversize Paper OP-276/332

Fort Sumter, view from the southwest angle, 9 December 1863 (paper copy) (9" x 12-3/4") #00276, Subseries: " 5.6 Additional Maps and Ephemera " OP-276/332

Oversize Paper OP-276/333

Fort Sumter, view from the southwest angle, 9 December 1863 ("picture" on board background) (13-3/8" x 19-5/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.6 Additional Maps and Ephemera " OP-276/333

Oversize Paper OP-276/334

Fort Sumter, view looking from sea face, 9 December 1863 (papre copy) (8-1/8" x 13-1/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.6 Additional Maps and Ephemera " OP-276/334

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Fort Sumter, view looking from sea face, 9 December 1863 ("picture" on board background) (13-1/4" x 17-3/8") #00276, Subseries: " 5.6 Additional Maps and Ephemera " OP-276/335

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Image P-276/1,1a

Photograph of General William Tecumseh Sherman inscribed to Lulia Gilmer, 14 June 1887 (with print of Sherman, P-276/1a) #00276, Series: "7. Pictures, 1870s and undated." P-276/1,1a

Image P-276/2

Carte-de-visite of Captain Bullock #00276, Series: "7. Pictures, 1870s and undated." P-276/2

Image P-276/3

Carte-de-visite of Jessie Bullock #00276, Series: "7. Pictures, 1870s and undated." P-276/3

Image P-276/4

Carte-de-visite of General Jeremy Francis Gilmer #00276, Series: "7. Pictures, 1870s and undated." P-276/4

Image P-276/5

Carte-de-visite of Alexander Stephens #00276, Series: "7. Pictures, 1870s and undated." P-276/5

Image P-276/6

Group photograph of Custis Lee, General Jeremy Francis Gilmer, General Beauregard, and General Joseph E. Johnston (among others) #00276, Series: "7. Pictures, 1870s and undated." P-276/6

Image P-276/7

Photograph of White Sulphur Springs #00276, Series: "7. Pictures, 1870s and undated." P-276/7

Image P-276/8

Group photograph of General Wade Hampton, General Joseph E. Johnston, General William Preston Johnson, General Jeremy Francis Gilmer, and Custis Lee #00276, Series: "7. Pictures, 1870s and undated." P-276/8

Image P-276/9

Group photograph of General Longstreet, General Lee, General Gilmer, Custis Lee, and others #00276, Series: "7. Pictures, 1870s and undated." P-276/9

Image P-276/10

Group photograph of Custis Lee, General Gilmer, General Beauregard, and others taken at White Sulphur Springs, 1874 #00276, Series: "7. Pictures, 1870s and undated." P-276/10

Image P-276/11

Group photograph of General Lee, General Beauregard, and others #00276, Series: "7. Pictures, 1870s and undated." P-276/11

Image P-276/12

Print of the White House of the Confederacy #00276, Series: "7. Pictures, 1870s and undated." P-276/12

Image P-276/13

Group photograph of Confederate generals with Governor Vance at White Sulphur Springs #00276, Series: "7. Pictures, 1870s and undated." P-276/13

Image P-276/14

Group photograph at Richfield Springs, 187? #00276, Series: "7. Pictures, 1870s and undated." P-276/14

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Processing Information

Processed by: Tim Pyatt, Lynn Pritcher, October 1996, June 1997

Encoded by: Roslyn Holdzkom, May 2005

Updated by Margaret Dickson because of addition, July 2007

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