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The Petersburg Campaign #112 | Trailhead Graphics - Inc.

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Between June 1864 and April 1865 - the longest siege in American warfare - Grant's Union army relentlessly isolated and cut Confederate General Robert E. Lee's supply lines. Daily fighting, including some major skirmishes was a way of life for both armies. Finally, on the night of April 2, realizing his 37-mile trench line was extremely vulnerable, Lee evacuated Petersburg. The final surrender at Appomattox Court House was but a week away. Map Features: A regional topographic map of the entire Petersburg area, from City Point to Five Forks is the highlight of this publication. The reverse side features several highly detailed, nicely scaled maps - including Pamplin Historical Park, all National Park Service areas, and Civil War Preservation Site properties. This map is perfect for exploring this area crucial to America's history.

ISBN: 9781883271107
Publication date: 2007
Folded dimensions: 9.45 x 4.33 in. / 24 x 11 cm
Unfolded dimensions: 23.23 x 31.89 in. / 59 x 81 cm