I have not actually viewed this product.
I will say, however, that all the Carman maps are free to download from
the LOC website, along with many other historic Antietam maps. Free
viewers are available also. I use the Mr SID photoshop plugin, so once
an image is imported into photoshop, it can be printed or whatever
Goto http://memory.loc.gov, click on 'search' on the right, click on 'maps'
on the right, enter 'Antietam' in the search box, and you come up
with 20 some hits. Some are just park brochures. The carman maps
are entitled 'Atlas of the battlefield of Antietam'. There are
many gems. The Hotchkiss map entitled 'Antietam battlefield.
Preliminary map no. 3" is not to be missed. A nice example of
a great hachured map.
> In a message dated 9/15/2003 4:10:08 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 128thpa@... writes:
> > How can this be purchased?
> I see the CD is offered online via Antietam bookstore.
> Several rangers encouraged me to buy it and said they enjoyed using it.
> Perhaps our resident topographer (Todd) has viewed it?
> Here is the info:
> ANTIETAM CD-ROM PHOTO MAP
> By NIMA (National Imagery and Mapping Agency)
> The maps contained on this CD show the Union and Confederate unit positions
> and movements during the Battle of Antietam. Two viewers are included:
> ERDAS Imagizer will show an orientation map and corresponding imagery of
> the area; MR SID Geoviewer will display one map or image at a time.
> For use with Windows platforms and UNIX.
> PRICE: $14.95
> URL is:
> Tom Shay
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