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Secession of the Southern States 1861 Wall Map

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Secession of the Southern States 1861 Wall Map

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Laminated
36" x 48" - $85.00
48" x 60" - $125.00
60" x 80" - $225.00
Secession of the Southern States 1861 Wall Map
Item#: MDC1 H SSS
Leading up to the U.S. Civil War, the secession of the South was a very significant moment in U.S. history.

An excellent reference and education tool from Maps.com, this map shows the area from Maine down to Florida, and as far west as Dakota and Texas.

Different shaded areas include: free states and territories, border states that remained in the Union, slave states that seceded before the attack on Fort Sumner, and slave states that seceded after the attack on Fort Sumner.

Not available in any store! Maps.com large format laminated US History maps are an invaluable source of clear and attractive historical information. You can even write on and erase on the map, with a dry erase marker! Each map has been designed to be colorful, easy to read, and informative, without sacrificing necessary detail or accuracy.

 

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This map requires 7 business days to print and laminate prior to shipping.

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