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Federal fort no. 11, Atlanta, GA. New line of defenses, looking towards no. 12.

↑ Parent: Atlas to accompany the official records of the Union and Confederate Armies published under the direction of the Hon. Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War Maj. George B. Davis U.S.A. Mr. Leslie J. Perry Mr. Joseph W. Kirkley Board of Publication Compiled by Capt. Calvin D. Cowles 23d. U.S. Infantry Part XXXII. General topographical maps of the theatre of war.

Collection: Osher Collection

Name: Federal fort no. 11, Atlanta, GA. New line of defenses, looking towards no. 12.

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Alternative Title: Federal fort no. 12, Atlanta, GA. New line of defenses, looking towards city hall (North-East).; Federal fort no. 12, Atlanta, GA. New line of defenses, looking towards no. 11.; Federal fort no. 13, Atlanta, GA. New line of defenses, looking towards no. 12.; Federal fort no. 19, Atlanta, GA. New line of defenses, looking North. Augusta R. R. in foreground.; Federal fort no. 19, Atlanta, GA. New line of defenses, looking South. Augusta R.R. in foreground.; Rebel fort South of Chattanooga R.R., Atlanda, GA.; Rebel fort Atlanta, GA. Between Peach Tree Street and Chattanooga Railroad.; Rebel fort on Chattanooga R.R. Atlanta, GA. Potter's House.; Rebel fort on Peach Tree Street, Atlanta, GA.; Casemated battery on salient of rebel line, near White Hall. Looking North towards Chattanooga R.R. 2 miles S. W. of Atlanta, GA. Federal fort no. 7. New line seen through trees on right of picture.; Rebel battery, Peach Tree Street, Atlanta, GA.

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