These are the Maps from our Interactive
Atlas of the Civil War on DVD-ROM. This product has one Map for
Each and Every Day of the War from Lincoln's election until the
last surrender in the Indian Territory. All maps are drawn from
our Historical GIS Database
The DVD has a complete set of
1,694 maps for the entire United States, complete sets for each
of the Confederate states except Texas (shown here), each of
the Border States, and both Northern and Eastern Virginia. The
DVD also has separate campaign maps plus detailed individual
state and unit (army level) information listing who was in command
and campaigns and battles they participated in.
Each map shows the location
of almost all skirmishes and minor actions on the day they occurred.
We do not believe that this information can be found anywhere
else at this level of detail in time.
Locations of armies are
displayed, and distinguished between stationary armies and armies
States, cities, and towns
are colored according to who was in control on that particular
day. This shows the fluid situation more clearly than maps which
show a front, or line of control. Some towns changed hands frequently
within a matter of days.
Army Departments and
their borders are shown. These are hardly ever seen on Civil
Each map also has a chronology
of what was happening on that day.
All maps are interactive
allowing you to zoom in to see the detail better.
As you roll over names
and symbols, popup information will display.
Interactive Atlas of the World
since 3000 BCE (in progress)
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We are now recommending the Opera
web browser for the best viewing of our maps. (For more information
please see help).
Roll over a name or symbol to see more information. Click here
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The Civil War in the Confederate States, December 10, 1863