Our Nation's Camp Ground, Washington, D.C. Ca 1861 - Outstanding, hand-colored engraved map with patriotic vignettes and a magnified street map of downtown Washington, D.C. Published By Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning, 156 William Street, N.Y. with two inset maps of the Mid-Atlantic States and Washington and six inset pictures. The Mid-Atlantic map has full county color and the Washington inset has partial color. Inset pictures include: two drawings entitled "Star Spangled Banner" and "The Outrage On The American Flag At Fort Sumter"; three figures including a man holding the U.S. flag, Justice captioned "Justice Disarmed" and Liberty wrapped in the flag with the caption "Liberty Weeping"; and one drawing of citizens saluting the flag, constitution & laws. Quote at top reads, "If any one attempts to haul down the American Flag shoot him on the spot."--Gen. John A. Dix.
Author: Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning. Date: 1861
Short Title: Our Nation's Camp Ground.
Publisher: Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning
Publisher Location: New York Frame measures 32 ¼” x 22 ¼” actual map 25” x 15 ½”
In excellent condition! Framed and ready for display.
Inventory Number: DCU 026