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    U.S. War Department. General Map of Charleston Harbor South Carolina Showing Rebel Defenses and Obstructions. U.S. Coast Survey, C.G. Krebs, 1865. 26.75" x 24". Hand colored map was prepared under direction of Rear Admiral J. A. Dahlgren illustrating the shore line and fortifications in the Charleston Harbor. With inset chart at lower left titled, "Armament of Rebel Forts".

    Condition: Bright colors, usual folds, tiny chips where folds intersect due to wear. Tape repairs on verso. Very fine condition.


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    March, 2018
    17th Saturday
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