Title/Content of Map: Mouths of Roanoke River Showing Scene of Naval Operations Connected with the Capture of of Plymouth, N.C. April 1864Date Printed: 1881Cartographer: Naval War Records OfficeSize (inches): 12 x 7
Old nautical map from 1881 depicting Union defenses near Plymouth N.C. on the Roanoke River during the attack of Confederate ironclad gunboats in 1864. Notable features Batchelors Bay, Warren Neck, Fort Gray, Fort Wessells, Fort Williams, and the location of the wreck of the USS Southfield. From "Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the Rebellion". United States. Naval War Records Office, United States. Printed by The Norris Peters Co., Photo-Litho, Washington, D.C.
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