EARLY GETTYSBURG MAP

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Item Code: 801-383

Folding lithograph map of the Gettysburg battlefield with the troop positions labeled at their location. Below map is a plan for the Soldier’s National Cemetery and a statement by General Meade that reads, “I HAVE EXAMINED COL. BACHELOER’S HISTORICAL DRAWING OF THE BATTLE FIELD OF GETTYSBURG AND AM PERFECTLY SATIFIED WITH THE ACCURACY WITH WHICH THE TOPOGRAPHY IS DELIVERED AND POSITION OF THE TROOPS LAID DOWN. GEO. G. MEADE, MAJ. GENL. OF VOLS CMDR A.P.”

Map measures X 35 ½”. Edges are lightly worn with some small tears and surface dirt is present. Map is split at several of the fold creases. Very fragile.

This is a nice, vintage Gettysburg souvenir.   [sm]

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