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Record Group Number: 900000
Series/Collection Number: M86- 14
Title, Dates: Map of Pensacola Bay, 1861.
Amount: 1.00 item 25 x 41 cm.
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Summary:     This Civil War map of Pensacola Bay depicts the city of Pensacola, the Navy Yard, and Santa Rosa Island, showing the location of fortifications and the station of the blockading squadron.  It was sketched by G. C. Rickman for Captain B. W. Powell of Company C, First Florida Infantry Regiment.
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Subject Access Fields: Pensacola Navy Yard.
Navy-yards and naval stations, American Florida
Military maps. aat
Florida History Civil War, 1861-1865
Pensacola (Fla.)
Escambia County (Fla.)
Santa Rosa Island (Fla.)
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